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  posted on 9/2/2009 at 11:18 AM
Going to Chicago baby! Love and Peace and the ABB! Whoo Hooo! Can't wait! Hope everbody enjoys the ride.

Caught the DTB, MOOGIS, Gov't Mule, and now finally the Brothers!


This is one thing we can all agree on, the ABB kick ASS!!

[Edited on 9/3/2009 by jerryphilbob]

 
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  posted on 9/2/2009 at 11:32 AM
See you there, Monterey........

 

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  posted on 9/2/2009 at 11:35 AM
LOL!

 

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  posted on 9/2/2009 at 11:52 AM
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This is one thing we can all agree on, the ABB kick ASS!!
but they support the CFR

 

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  posted on 9/2/2009 at 07:30 PM
But Jerry, It's OBAMAVILLE!

And my hometown....greatest city on earth - except from October until mid - June....

 

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  posted on 9/3/2009 at 10:12 AM
What an amazing show! We got all 3 songs we wanted to hear! Statesboro Blues, Black Hearted Woman (our favorite), and Mountain Jam. The venue was awesome and the weather was perfect. Widespread Panic was a great opener. I am not a huge fan, I have seen them several times, and the energy was great. I don't know that I would want to see them as the closer, but they really set the tone for the night. Derek and Warren were great when they sat in with WP.

From the first note, you could tell Gregg and the boys were on it and it was going to be a great night. We had figuered Whipping post for the closer when they played "One Way Out" for the second song. The boys from WP did a great job of adding to the ABB set. I simply love Jimmy Herring and you could tell the band really enjoyed having him on stage for Stormy Monday.

We had a great time in Chicago. We arrived at the venue early and enjoyed the lake and the Planetarium. The weather was absolutely perfect. The Chicago skyline was amazing and the people were great. We rolled in at about 3:00 and found a great place to park right across from the venue and scooted a little early during WP. We were able to roll right out without any hassles and hit 65 south easliy. All in all we couldn't have put a better setlist together if we had pulled it ourselves and the night was perfect.

We were thankful to get another chance to see the ABB and here's to a few more years of letting roll. Gregg and the band sounded great and we felt fortunate to be able to catch them for this fantastic show in the heart of Chicago.


09-10-09 ZZ Top
09-17-09 Metallica
09-24-09 Mike Gordon
10-06-09 Them Crooked Vultures (John Paul Jones, Dave Grohl, Josh Homme)
10-23-09 Gov't Mule
11-10-09 Black Crowes
11-19-09 Medeski Martin & Wood

 

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  posted on 9/3/2009 at 04:46 PM
Go ahead - I'm sure Chicago's finest would teach you some "manners"......

 

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  posted on 9/3/2009 at 05:24 PM
and when did being a community organizer, especially in poor sections of a large city, become such a bad thing?

 

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  posted on 9/3/2009 at 06:25 PM
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Make sure ya take a nice dump on Community Organizer Ave.


Come on up and give er a try. Good way to git yer noggin split open by a Chicago cop.

 

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  posted on 9/3/2009 at 06:27 PM
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But Jerry, It's OBAMAVILLE!

And my hometown....greatest city on earth - except from October until mid - June....


What a wuss, -10 keeps out the riff raff ,,, just kidding bro.

 

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  posted on 9/3/2009 at 07:19 PM
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Go ahead - I'm sure Chicago's finest would teach you some "manners"......


You could have gotten away with murder inside the venue, outside was quite a different story. Chicago's finest was all over the place writing people tickets for open container violations. They just weren't looking for beer bottles. We saw several cops checking plastic cups and anything with a lid on it. Inside Charter One, I thought there was a skunk farm? It was odd on how some things they were strict as hell and others they could have cared less about? Anyway, it was a great time and we had no hassles all day and night. The mushroom sprinkled hotdogs were the highlight of the night .



 

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  posted on 9/3/2009 at 10:37 PM
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and when did being a community organizer, especially in poor sections of a large city, become such a bad thing?


That's a code term for a 6 letter derogatory word for a black person....

 

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  posted on 9/3/2009 at 10:39 PM
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Make sure ya take a nice dump on Community Organizer Ave.


Come on up and give er a try. Good way to git yer noggin split open by a Chicago cop.


Which I have first hand experience with....

A Lotta guys (like yours truly) who thought they were tough get "reeducated" in a hurry by the CPD....

Come on up, Luke. You wouldn't last a second with a Chicago Cop.

 

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  posted on 9/3/2009 at 10:41 PM
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You could have gotten away with murder inside the venue...


Gee, too bad Barack wasn't there. You could have put your money where your Big, Fat, Mouth is.

 

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  posted on 9/3/2009 at 10:46 PM
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Gee, too bad Barack wasn't there. You could have put your money where your Big, Fat, Mouth is.


Your an idiot? Where did you get that from? Where have I EVER said anything like that? PLEASE SHOW ME WHERE. You don't speak for me A$$HOLE. So don't even try to tag me with that $hit. Go back under your rock. You freaking left wing nut!

 

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  posted on 9/3/2009 at 10:52 PM
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Gee, too bad Barack wasn't there. You could have put your money where your Big, Fat, Mouth is.


Your an idiot? Where did you get that from? Where have I EVER said anything like that? PLEASE SHOW ME WHERE. You don't speak for me A$$HOLE. So don't even try to tag me with that $hit. Go back under your rock. You freaking left wing nut!



Gee, Psycho, who ever said I was a Liberal? Did you vote for Ford and Reagan? I did.

But I didn't vote for Bush 1 after he said, "Read My Lips - No New Taxes!" And I didn't vote for his son either. Nor Al Gore, the man you love to hate almost as much as Obama.

 

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  posted on 9/3/2009 at 11:04 PM
I'm kind of surprised that jerryphilbob wasn't at the show with a huge sign
that he would point at the stage that would say, "Hey Gregg, Butch, Jaimoe, Marc,
Derek and Warren! Because of your support of Obama, you are kool-aid
drinkers and the Council on Foreign Relations controls you! You are Sheeple!
Wake up, ABB!"

 

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  posted on 9/3/2009 at 11:18 PM
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I'm kind of surprised that jerryphilbob wasn't at the show with a huge sign
that he would point at the stage that would say, "Hey Gregg, Butch, Jaimoe, Marc,
Derek and Warren! Because of your support of Obama, you are kool-aid
drinkers and the Council on Foreign Relations controls you! You are Sheeple!
Wake up, ABB!"


He didn't need to. He's got the WP where he can hide behind the keyboard. He wouldn't have the guts to take his pathetic show out in public.

 

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  posted on 9/4/2009 at 12:06 AM
Posted in Anything Goes by "Monterey Purple", apparently JPB's Alter Ego:

What an amazing show! We got all 3 songs we wanted to hear! Statesboro Blues, Black Hearted Woman (our favorite), and Mountain Jam. The venue was awesome and the weather was perfect. Widespread Panic was a great opener. I am not a huge fan, I have seen them several times, and the energy was great. I don't know that I would want to see them as the closer, but they really set the tone for the night. Derek and Warren were great when they sat in with WP.

From the first note, you could tell Gregg and the boys were on it and it was going to be a great night. We had figuered Whipping post for the closer when they played "One Way Out" for the second song. The boys from WP did a great job of adding to the ABB set. I simply love Jimmy Herring and you could tell the band really enjoyed having him on stage for Stormy Monday.

We had a great time in Chicago. We arrived at the venue early and enjoyed the lake and the Planetarium. The weather was absolutely perfect. The Chicago skyline was amazing and the people were great. We rolled in at about 3:00 and found a great place to park right across from the venue and scooted a little early during WP. We were able to roll right out without any hassles and hit 65 south easliy. All in all we couldn't have put a better setlist together if we had pulled it ourselves and the night was perfect.

We were thankful to get another chance to see the ABB and here's to a few more years of letting roll. Gregg and the band sounded great and we felt fortunate to be able to catch them for this fantastic show in the heart of Chicago.


09-10-09 ZZ Top
09-17-09 Metallica
09-24-09 Mike Gordon
10-06-09 Them Crooked Vultures (John Paul Jones, Dave Grohl, Josh Homme)
10-23-09 Gov't Mule
11-10-09 Black Crowes
11-19-09 Medeski Martin & Wood

Look familiar, JPB? Why are you so afraid to post under your "real name" in AG?

 

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  posted on 9/4/2009 at 07:11 AM
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Make sure ya take a nice dump on Community Organizer Ave.


Come on up and give er a try. Good way to git yer noggin split open by a Chicago cop.


Which I have first hand experience with....

A Lotta guys (like yours truly) who thought they were tough get "reeducated" in a hurry by the CPD....

Come on up, Luke. You wouldn't last a second with a Chicago Cop.



Well it would take the cop at least 5 seconds to get the club out and nail him in the coconut.

 

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  posted on 9/4/2009 at 11:02 AM
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Don't pat your back's so quick chillun ! If the bread was righ't.I'd leave a tailor cut/complete with a sparkler candle.And be on the train back to the airport,before your finest almost walked into it.Or rather almost slipped in it.
?!?!?!?!?!

 

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  posted on 9/9/2009 at 08:52 PM
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Posted in Anything Goes by "Monterey Purple", apparently JPB's Alter Ego:

What an amazing show! We got all 3 songs we wanted to hear! Statesboro Blues, Black Hearted Woman (our favorite), and Mountain Jam. The venue was awesome and the weather was perfect. Widespread Panic was a great opener. I am not a huge fan, I have seen them several times, and the energy was great. I don't know that I would want to see them as the closer, but they really set the tone for the night. Derek and Warren were great when they sat in with WP.

From the first note, you could tell Gregg and the boys were on it and it was going to be a great night. We had figuered Whipping post for the closer when they played "One Way Out" for the second song. The boys from WP did a great job of adding to the ABB set. I simply love Jimmy Herring and you could tell the band really enjoyed having him on stage for Stormy Monday.

We had a great time in Chicago. We arrived at the venue early and enjoyed the lake and the Planetarium. The weather was absolutely perfect. The Chicago skyline was amazing and the people were great. We rolled in at about 3:00 and found a great place to park right across from the venue and scooted a little early during WP. We were able to roll right out without any hassles and hit 65 south easliy. All in all we couldn't have put a better setlist together if we had pulled it ourselves and the night was perfect.

We were thankful to get another chance to see the ABB and here's to a few more years of letting roll. Gregg and the band sounded great and we felt fortunate to be able to catch them for this fantastic show in the heart of Chicago.


09-10-09 ZZ Top
09-17-09 Metallica
09-24-09 Mike Gordon
10-06-09 Them Crooked Vultures (John Paul Jones, Dave Grohl, Josh Homme)
10-23-09 Gov't Mule
11-10-09 Black Crowes
11-19-09 Medeski Martin & Wood

Look familiar, JPB? Why are you so afraid to post under your "real name" in AG?



Looks like JPB's real indentity has been revealed!!!!

 

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