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  posted on 3/14/2007 at 05:40 PM
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sang's big park adventure was about the funniest story I have ever read around here. Like I said at the time 'been there done that" ,and I was glad nothing really bad happened.
LOL - Totally agree with your 1st statement, Jack - Droogie is a great storyteller! Now, re: that 2nd statement...no comment (what is it...the 5th amendment I'm thinking of?)

 

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  posted on 3/14/2007 at 06:03 PM
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what is LMAO,ROFLMFAO?????


Hi dadof2, I didn't understand these either at first. I had to consult with my daughter
to find out. She gave me a link to: NetLingo.com, a dictionary of internet terms.

 

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  posted on 3/14/2007 at 06:11 PM
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--------------------------------------------------------------- ------------ Sang claims the park bench closest to Strawberry Fields!
LMAO! Spoken like one who has experience in the Sang besmirchment department! (Hope Lincoln Park doesn't get jeolous of Central Park!)



Can someone tell me why everybody here picks on Sang. Who is he anyway?

 

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  posted on 3/14/2007 at 06:22 PM
Hi All and I'm glad to be here this evening.
Last night this website just went dead. I tried to get it back several times and kept
getting messages saying site could not be accessed or something to that effect.
I could get on every other site I go to so I don't think it was my computer. Did this happen to anyone else? This morning I got right back to the site with no problem.

 

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  posted on 3/14/2007 at 06:25 PM
Hey Ruthie! Yeah...the site was down. I can't handle that....I was jonesin' BAD!!

 

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  posted on 3/14/2007 at 06:34 PM
we did about 3 3/4 pages today not bad. Anyone see Sue. Hope I can still crash with her?

 

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  posted on 3/14/2007 at 06:36 PM
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This is for everyone in the diary. My Brothers and Sisters

Easter Wishes



I must say I have never seen an Easter greeting quite like this.

 

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Hi JHawkers!

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Last night this website just went dead. I tried to get it back several times and kept getting messages saying site could not be accessed or something to that effect.

Hi Ruthie! I wasn't around last night but I read in another thread that someone was getting an error that referenced SQLServer so it sounds like a database problem to me (and depending on how they have set things up here, I can see where it could be possible to get at some sites and not others).

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Can someone tell me why everybody here picks on Sang. Who is he anyway?
LMAO - Ruthie...Sang is evil and must be stopped!!! People pick on him because, well...it's easy! (No, actually Sang is just another of the forum members - he does post in this thread sometimes. There are some funny stories floating around about Mr. Sang and that may be why he gets picked on. From what I've observed, this is a man who can dish it out, too!)

Hi Mitzi and Eric! Mr. 007 - I did see susea around earlier for awhile but can't recall when (damn oldage...)

 

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http://moreoldfortyfives.com/TakeMeBackToTheSixties.htm


Someone sent this to me ...so I thought I would share it with all of you....

 

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  posted on 3/14/2007 at 07:20 PM
UpOn We are flying into JFK arriving 4/02 in the afternoon.
Thank you for the prayers. Always need those.

Every week it seems, another doctor to see. Today it was orthopedic and I
got a cortisone shot in the knee. That knee has been a bummer for several years due to severe arthritis. The ligaments are worn away and he said I need a knee replacement.That has to wait and I'll just suffer. The other surgery must be done soon and I don't want to have two major surgeries in the same year.

I don't understand why I am faced with this all at once. I have been very healthy all my life
and was in the hospital twice. First was childbirth and second gallbladder removal. I just turned 60 years old and I hope the trend does not continue.

Has anybody here had a knee replacement?

About three weeks ago I was diagnosed with endometrial cancer, very early stages,
thank God. I have been seeing specialists and taking tests it seems like almost everyday.
The outlook is very good. This type of cancer grows slowly and is highly curable if found early. The cancer is in the uterine lining so I am having a hysterectomy on 04/10. I think the surgery scares me more than the cancer. Any comments or advice would be greatly appreciated.

Most all of the posts today were happy and funny so I hesitated to post this but I really needed to. Billy The Kid is doing good today BTW.

 

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Ruthie... just read your post.... so sorry to hear about your health problems... we are here for you... I haven't had a hysterectomy but work with many girlfriends who have either had this done or have a family member who has... Not to be frightened...Thank Goodness you went for physical and found this ...early... Prayers are being sent to you sweetie... Be strong and make up your mind to get better...stay positive, and your recovery will be speedy..

My Mom and Dad have had both knee replacements... My Mom both..My Dad did one knee and both his hips...They are healthy and very happy... My Mom will be 79 3/22 and Dad is gonna be 84 8/5.... My Mom just did the second knee this past July...she is whipping around now...and very happy to have gone through surgeries... My Dad had is done ( knee ) about 10 years ago... He use to use a cane ...he threw it out...
You are young and when you decide to do this surgery... it will be the best... They are updating and modifying the replacement parts all the time... If I needed to do it...I certainly would have it done... All the best to you Ruthie.... I will thinking of you..


Good evening to JH 'er's

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  posted on 3/14/2007 at 07:40 PM
Ruthie loving and healing vibes to you sister!!

 

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  posted on 3/14/2007 at 07:42 PM
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Someone sent this to me ...so I thought I would share it with all of you..
Hi Rainy! Thanks for the trip down memory lane! I loved growing up in the 50's and 60's - it was a simpler time. One thing that cracked me up in the video was the mention of Crysler's push-button transmissions...my 1st car was a pink Plymoth Fury with lots of chrome, big fins, and yes...push-button transmission! LOL (Wish I still had it!)

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We are flying into JFK arriving 4/02 in the afternoon.
Looks like Deb will not be meeting Ruthie in NYC...there's always next time!

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Has anybody here had a knee replacement?
Nope, but I won't be too surprised if there is one in my future. Have suffered a few falls (clumsy and live in a climate that has ICE in winter) and my left knee has taken a beating. How do the cortisone shots work for you, Ruth? Do they do a good job of alleviating the pain?

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The cancer is in the uterine lining so I am having a hysterectomy on 04/10.
Oh, Ruthie - I am sorry to hear this! I remember you posting earlier about having some surgery in your post-Beacon future but didn't realize it was this. You are right about something, though - endometrial cancer is very highly curable when found early, as is your case. My mom had endometrial cancer, detected in early stages and treated with hysterectomy, about 35 years ago...she is still going strong today into her later 70's so you have much to feel positive about for outcome. I will be thinking about you and praying for your comfort through all this. (btw - glad to hear Billy doing good and don't ever hesitate to post when you want/need to. )

 

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Can someone tell me why everybody here picks on Sang.




I ask that same question everyday..........

I don't know why - I'm such a nice guy....

 

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Hello JHawkers. I just looked up the first Diary. Linnie was the first to post. So from Linnie to our newest member Dutch, I am humbled by your response.

Ruth, you are in my prayers.

Why do we pick on Sang. Because we luv him and his one line zingers. That makes it that much easier to respond in a humerous way. Plus he has 25 stars.

 

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  posted on 3/14/2007 at 09:03 PM
ruth---i now will include you in my daily prayers--it's not easy bein sick,having surgery & all that stuff--but,you sound like you know what's going on & with the right team of doctors,all will go well.....on a lighter note,just got my Neil Young live from Massey Hall DVD---just released & hope to see it on thursday.....just got back from my younger son's basketball playoff---they won by 30,so my boy got some rest--his stats,as they have been all year were quite good & well rounded---he averaged a triple double in the regular season---well enough bragging.....good nite to all---read back the last few pages & the wackiness level seems to be going way up---good for us!!!!!---Jack---my wife is doing fine in your world of Colorado.....need to rest...see ya later......

 

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  posted on 3/14/2007 at 09:41 PM
Ruthie first off {{prayers}} to you. It's good that you caught it early.

2nd, I did a lot of running and track in high school. Not to mention 9 1/2 yrs karate (black belt so watch out ) My left knee was not feeling right. Excruciating pain to walk up stairs. I went and the doctor said is was a bad miniscus or tendons around the knee cap. Said really is no cure but if it persists than I need surgery.

Effie- your son is the next star congrats!!!

 

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  posted on 3/14/2007 at 10:19 PM
Mitzi, rainy,Deb, No1,Tyler, dadof2 Thank you so much for your good thoughts and prayers.
It really means a lot.

Deb, The cortisone injections work really well for me. I did one last year and this one exactly a year later. This time I'm also going for physical therapy, then swimming pool exercises. I'm told
if you build up the muscles around the knee you will get support for the knee. But it's putting off the inevitable.

And thanks, rainy, for sharing your Mom and Dad's experiences with knee replacement.

I'm going to bed early tonight, before midnight. Best Wishes to all.

 

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Hey ruthelane, my uncle had both knees replaced at 79 - and was very motivated to get them working so he could play golf - and he is doing very well with them..... and plays alot of golf.......

 

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  posted on 3/15/2007 at 06:09 AM
Morning All
Having a tough go of it this morning with the kids

Things will turn out ok, they always do
Then off to work for me
See ya'll later

 

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  posted on 3/15/2007 at 07:59 AM
Sorry to hear things are going rough this morning.

 

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  posted on 3/15/2007 at 08:02 AM
BDOB just posted this in the Brad Delp thread

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More details on Brad's death, and the turmoil inside the band, Boston.

http://thetrack.bostonherald.com/moreTrack/view.bg?articleid=188564&format= &page=1

Suicide confirmed in Delp’s death

Brad Delp lit two charcoal grills in the bathroom adjacent to his master bedroom and committed suicide via asphyxiation last week, according to New Hampshire police who yesterday confirmed that the lead singer of the band Boston took his own life.

“He was a man who gave all he had to give to everyone around him, whether family, friends, fans or strangers,” the singer’s family said in a statement. “He gave as long as he could, as best he could, and he was very tired. We take comfort in knowing that he is now, at last, at peace.”

Delp, 55, a Danvers native, left two sealed suicide notes taped to a door and letters to his family and his fiancée, Pamela Sullivan. But Atkinson, N.H., Police Lt. William Baldwin said the cops were not told why he took his life. Toxicology tests by the state medical examiner’s office showed that Delp died of carbon monoxide poisoning.

“It’s very sad for all of us who loved this guy,” said ex-Extreme drummer Paul Geary, a close friend of Delp and his family. “Whenever I called him for anything he’d drop everything and help, and whenever he called me it was for someone else.”

Friends said it was Delp’s constant need to help and please people that may have driven him to despair. He was literally the man in the middle of the bitter break-up of Boston - pulled from both sides by divided loyalties.

Delp remained on good terms with both Tom Scholz, the MIT grad who founded the band, and Barry Goudreau, Fran Sheehan and Sib Hashian, former members of Boston who had a fierce falling out with Scholz in the early ’80s.

Delp tried to please both sides by continuing to contribute his vocals to Scholz’ Boston projects while also remaining close to his former bandmates. The situation was complicated by the fact that Delp’s ex-wife, Micki, is the sister of Goudreau’s wife, Connie.

“Tom made him do the Boston stuff and the other guys were mad that they weren’t a part of it,” said another insider. “He was always under a lot of pressure.”

As you may know, in 1976 the band’s first album, featuring Scholz, Delp, Goudreau, Hashian and Sheehan, was the best-selling debut album in history, spawning rock staples “More Than a Feeling,” ‘Peace of Mind,’ “Foreplay/ Long Time” and ‘Rock and Roll Band.’ But shortly thereafter things deteriorated.

Scholz’ penchant for perfection and his well-chronicled control issues led to long delays between albums. As a result, Goudreau, Delp and Hashian released an album without him, which led to an irretrievable breakdown.

Scholz claimed that the other band members - with the exception of Delp - attempted to steal the name Boston. While the bitter battle raged, Delp tried to keep peace with both sides. He continued to perform with Scholz and the reconstituted Boston but also did projects with Goudreau and remained friends with the other original members.

But the never-ending bitterness may have been too much for the sensitive singer to endure. Just last fall the ugliness flared again when Scholz heard some of his ex-bandmates were planning to perform at a tribute concert at Symphony Hall for football legend Doug Flutie - and then had his people call and substitute himself and Delp for the gig, sources say.

In fact, the wounds remained so raw that Scholz wasn’t invited to the private funeral service for Delp that the family held earlier this week.

“What does that tell you?” asked another insider. “Brad and Tom were the best of friends and he’s been told nothing about anything.”

In an interview with Rolling Stone after Delp’s death, Scholz said he and Delp were “friends and collaborators for 35 years but our bond ran much deeper than just Boston.”

But Scholz also made reference to the ongoing feud in the interview when he told the rock bible that “unlike other individuals eventually involved with Boston, Brad’s down-to-earth personality never wavered.”

Police discovered Delp’s body in his southern New Hampshire home at around 1:30 p.m. last Friday. Sullivan had gone to the house after failing to reach her fiance by phone. Police said Delp was alone at the time of his death.

Some friends expressed surprise at the timing of Delp’s suicide. He had been planning to tour with Boston and to marry Sullivan this coming summer. He was also content working with his first love - a Beatles tribute band called Beatlejuice. But friends say there was a dark side.

“He was a sad character to begin with,” said one close pal. “He didn’t think highly of himself. He was always very self-deprecating. He’s always been that way, though, so there was really nothing to lead anyone to believe that he would do this.”

Delp leaves two children, Jennifer, 26, and John Michael, 22.

Tomorrow, the classic rock station WZLX will pay tribute to Delp with a special edition of “Classic Cafe” featuring his music. The show, hosted by Carter Alan, begins at noon.

 

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  posted on 3/15/2007 at 08:04 AM
When your down.. maybe this will help.

 

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  posted on 3/15/2007 at 08:05 AM
Ed---hang in there with the kids--the hardest job in the world with the most rewards possible--the kids!!!mornin to all--have a nice day.....

 

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Or This!





Allman Brothers Band Brothers @ The Beacon


Beacon Theatre
New York City, NY
March 19, 2005

01. Hot 'Lanta
02. Done Somebody Wrong
03. End of the Line
04. Maydell
05. Every Hungry Woman
06. Don't Think Twice, Its Alright
07. I Feel So Bad
08. Stormy Monday
09. The Blues is Alright
10. No One to Run With


Disc 2:

01. Tuning
02. Please Call Home
03. On Coming Traffic
04. These Days
05. In the Memory of Elizabeth Reed >
06. Drums > *
07. Bass Solo > *
08. Bass/Drums/Flute Jam >
09. In the Memory of Elizabeth Reed


Disc 3:

01. Dreams
02. Rockin' Horse >
03. One Way Out
04. E: Whippin' Post
05. Lil' Martha (exit song)


NOTES:

D1T4 No Marc Q.
D1T6 w/ Susan Tedeschi
D1T7 w/ Susan Tedeschi & Little Milton (No Derek)
D1T8-9 w/ Little Milton

D2T2-3 Gregg solo on piano
D2T4 Gregg and Warren - acoustic guitar
D2T5-9 w/ Ron Holloway on saxophone
D2T8 w/ Kofi Burbridge on flute




THANK YOU AND GOODNIGHT!

 

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