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Old 09-01-2020, 12:02 PM   #901
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Wait a second, you drove to the show in a totalled car??
We were in like danbury or somewhere basically 50% both ways. The insurance company offered to tow us which we declined because we were like 22 and wanted to go have fun at the show. Now that i think of it, its strange no one called the police for us. The damage wasnt that bad from the outside, just looked like the front bumper was messed up where we hit the guard rail on the left side. We also hit the guard rail on the other side of the road, but actually hit that one with the left side of the car too. Basically we did a 180 across moving traffic while missing everyone else.

They ended up saying there was a tiny crack in the chasis which is why the repairs outweighed the value of the car, thus a total loss. Or maybe its like up to 80% of the total value of the car makes it a total loss. I dont remember the specifics to be honest.

Seems crazy typing all this out, but we really wanted to go to the show i guess.
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Old 09-01-2020, 12:08 PM   #902
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We were in like danbury or somewhere basically 50% both ways. The insurance company offered to tow us which we declined because we were like 22 and wanted to go have fun at the show. Now that i think of it, its strange no one called the police for us. The damage wasnt that bad from the outside, just looked like the front bumper was messed up where we hit the guard rail on the left side. We also hit the guard rail on the other side of the road, but actually hit that one with the left side of the car too. Basically we did a 180 across moving traffic while missing everyone else.

They ended up saying there was a tiny crack in the chasis which is why the repairs outweighed the value of the car, thus a total loss. Or maybe its like up to 80% of the total value of the car makes it a total loss. I dont remember the specifics to be honest.

Seems crazy typing all this out, but we really wanted to go to the show i guess.
Dude, that is so crazy. Glad it all worked out pal. Wow!
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Old 09-01-2020, 05:46 PM   #903
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That’s a wild story. Glad you were ok man!


My parents let me do deer creek camping with buddies and dte in 2006 during finals week my junior year of high school. I live west of Grand Rapids and got lost coming back home from dte and almost ran out of gas and was out of money.. The nicest dude working at the gas station put $10 in the pump for me and got me on my way. I had nothing to look directions up after I got lost and by the time we got out of the lot it was almost midnight. So this happened probably around 2am. Didn’t make it into bed until 4:30 Wednesday morning and slept until 6:30 then went to school to do my exams

My parents were pretty cool about camping and seeing concerts when I was young. Hell of a three show run to catch as well.
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Old 09-02-2020, 09:27 AM   #904
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Thatís a wild story. Glad you were ok man!


My parents let me do deer creek camping with buddies and dte in 2006 during finals week my junior year of high school. I live west of Grand Rapids and got lost coming back home from dte and almost ran out of gas and was out of money.. The nicest dude working at the gas station put $10 in the pump for me and got me on my way. I had nothing to look directions up after I got lost and by the time we got out of the lot it was almost midnight. So this happened probably around 2am. Didnít make it into bed until 4:30 Wednesday morning and slept until 6:30 then went to school to do my exams

My parents were pretty cool about camping and seeing concerts when I was young. Hell of a three show run to catch as well.

I was also a junior in high school, camped Deer Creek and did DTE 2006, and was coming from Kalamazoo. Small world
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Old 09-02-2020, 05:51 PM   #905
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I was also a junior in high school, camped Deer Creek and did DTE 2006, and was coming from Kalamazoo. Small world
No shit. Thatís funny. Iím from grand haven. If we ever get back to seeing these guys again letís grab a beer at a show sometime!
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Old 09-03-2020, 09:40 AM   #906
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No shit. Thatís funny. Iím from grand haven. If we ever get back to seeing these guys again letís grab a beer at a show sometime!

Deal spent a bunch of time with my Aunt in Spring Lake. Itís a wonder we havenít discovered this and met up before.
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Old 09-03-2020, 10:47 AM   #907
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Deal spent a bunch of time with my Aunt in Spring Lake. Itís a wonder we havenít discovered this and met up before.
Maybe we have crossed paths and donít even know it

I havenít been to a show since I caught them in Texas in 2015. Was planning on catching them in gr and at dte this year since itís been over 5 years now. Hopefully next year then
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Old 09-04-2020, 11:45 AM   #908
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Old 09-04-2020, 01:13 PM   #909
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The Last Stop - 9/12/06
Solid performance with some nice touches from Butch in the outro I hadn't noticed before, and they hit the transition nicely. There's better Roi era versions for sure, but this is a good track
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Old 09-05-2020, 10:24 AM   #910
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I'm giving 11.30.98 DMBlive a solid listen (FLACs, headphones).

Last Stop with Tim & Bela = drool... so good
LIOG: See above

I'm looking forward to the new LT.
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Old 09-05-2020, 11:18 AM   #911
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Old 09-05-2020, 12:44 PM   #912
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Old 09-05-2020, 02:16 PM   #913
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Last Stop with Tim & Bela = drool... so good
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That warehouse is perfection
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Old 09-05-2020, 03:09 PM   #914
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Fool to Think - 9/6/02
An underrated tune I think, very good old school version
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Old 09-05-2020, 04:12 PM   #915
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Melissa (Ft. Gregg Allman) - Live at Piedmont Park 9/8/07
Watchtower - Live at Red Rocks 8/15/95
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PNP Rapunzel - Gorge 02 9/8/02
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Old 09-05-2020, 04:47 PM   #916
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Dancing Nancies studio version

Haven't heard this in a long time. Excellence.
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Two Step - 6/29/13 pretty cool Higher Ground interpolation with Dave singing
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I listened to a Gorge mix tonight!

01 - Seek Up (August 6, 2000) (18:29)
02 - Loving Wings (September 1, 2007) (09:44)
03 - You Never Know (September 6, 2002) (07:06)
04 - Crazy Easy (September 5, 2004) (05:19)
05 - Superstition (September 2, 2018) (07:19)
06 - Sugar Will (August 30, 2008) (09:23)
07 - Rooftop (September 3, 2016) (05:46)
08 - Cortez the Killer * (September 3, 2011) (18:31)
09 - Typical Situation (July 16, 1999) (12:51)
10 - Halloween (September 8, 2002) (08:32)
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11 - The Best of What's Around (July 11, 1997) (06:41)
12 - The Last Stop (August 8, 2003) (11:15)

* - with Warren Haynes on vocals & guitar
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