surfnburn

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    Northern California
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    looking for Bigfoot, climbing trees, making mud pies, contemplating Gumby....
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    lab coordinator and phlebotomist
  1. I miss you too, Barb! Yes! I'm going to this show. If you come on up to the Bay Area, I'll give you a deal on that 5th row seat on Ron's side of the stage.
  2. For sale face value plus fees - $154 each - 2 tickets - San Jose 10/5 19th and 5th rows PM me if you're interested. Ames
  3. I love your quote Toni! That show was so fun! I went to a FM show last tour, and they were great! Are you thinking about going?
  4. I bought one a long time ago, and I wound a silver and ceramic bead necklace around it. It looks kinda nice.
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  6. Sharon, it's my birthday weekend, too!! I'm going to try to make it. Marcia, are you going? We can finish seeing the Huntington.
  7. I visited my brother a few times over the last four years. I worked in a hospital about 8 years ago.
  8. Yeah. It's stupid. I think it's more about the writer's perception than the subject matter. She obviously doesn't know anything about song writing; ironic given that she is a writer. ......Whatevverrrr.
  9. "Jackhole" LOL Barb! Tell me it's not true. He was the one I liked best when I was a kid. Well, they were probably the most commercialized band at a time when people didn't like commercialism. I guess the Monkees have the problem that actors have when they are known only for one role. I don't think I'll check them out. I watched the Monkees reruns a million times decades ago. I love my memories of listening to their records on my turntable. I'll leave it at that.
  10. Ha..There's always a cloud of controversy over the Monkees playing live shows. (I think there was one back in the 60s too.) Davy's voice was such a big part of their songs. I wonder if they're going to get someone to replace him.
  11. I don't know if this was posted. But Mike Campbell is selling his journal from the last tour on EBay. It's a really rare piece of rock memorabilia. From what I've seen posted, it's a little glimpse into the life of a rock musician -- the life behind the music. http://www.ebay.com/sch/tazzyfund/m.html?_trksid=p4340.l2562
  12. I love this! The old steel one is interesting. it's so nice it's being played instead of sitting in a museum somewhere.
  13. You should have painted.. It's an interesting location and the light is different there. Yeah..We noticed that many knew English when we were in Europe. They liked to practice, so I could manage pretty well.
  14. What were you doing in Holland? Studying? Painting? Working? Sounds interesting. I went to Europe with my childhood friend in the 80s. It was great because she was fluent in several languages - French, Russian, Spanish, Greek... I guess American girls had a rep back then; men were always trying to talk to us; ironically, we were pretending we didn't know any languages...lol
  15. I had a little Spanish in grade school. I don't speak it but I can understand a little. I had French in college. It's a beautiful language. I don't remember much, and it's rare when i hear it spoken in California. I also learned a little Chinese which I'm relearning with my daughter. Half her family is Chinese.