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First Set
  • Hell in A Bucket
  • Sugaree
  • Minglewood Blues
  • El Paso
  • Brown-Eyed Women
  • Deep Elem Blues
  • Queen Jane Approximately
  • Candyman
  • Picasso Moon
Second Set
  • Aeroplane Jam
  • Help on the Way->
  • Slipknot!->
  • Franklin's Tower
  • Let It Rock
  • Box of Rain
  • Feel Like a Stranger

We play next Thursday (9/17/98). 

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  • Larry M showed to play, Dave could only get one-half night in because he'll be at the Imus in the morning sho tomorrow.  Brtoman is gone for a few weeks and we keep rolling along.
  • Guests include Peter and Andy's friend Jayson whoi looks very comfortable behind the bar.
  • Johnny got his new flying carpet dress which is quite elegant as he put on quite an exhibition of freaky dancing in it.  Look for more of it tomorrow, or tonight as it may be, at the dreaded Yankee game as he shows young Mathew Gibson how to be freaky enough to be put on the Diamond Vision.  All I can say is the dres is regal and while not freaky in the sixities sense, this dress is by far his most becoming.   That is becoming one step closer to a transvestite.
  • Andy had some radiator problems on the way in so I drove by with a wedge of antifreeze for him.  I hope he made it home.  Ooops, I shouldn't call it a wedge of antifreeze or I might just get a knuckle wedge in my face.
  • Preety tired, I can't go on, highlights were the quiet El Paso, Chili Peeper Jam in Gm7-C7-Gm-C7, I thought it was another Pink Floyd thing when playing it.
  • Great timing on the food order and well done, best salad in weeks, and it made for a significant second set.  We should delegate one person a week to pick up a babkah for dessert.  That would be nice.  Delisoza Pizza again was very good, they know how to make a well done pie. 
  • www.EcoOasis.com is away for a few weeks so do as he preaches and conserve.
  • Night after the Mark McGwire 62 hommer and the Mets win as did theCubs for a tie for the wildcard.  Yanks won to clinch the division with their 102 win of the year.
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Name: Trister
Date: 9/10/98
Time: 10:18:20 AM

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Name: Trister
Date: 9/10/98
Time: 10:44:51 AM

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Thanks for the antifreeze LG..You're my hero, not my wedge. I might actually watch the Yankee game tonight to see if Freakboy wears the new Mideastern dress in the house that Babe built. Was that his complete repetoire of moves last night or could he be holding some for a special occasion? For the record, Jason looks comfortable behind any bar. Rice balls rule...they should make a rice ball wedge/they should make a rice ball wedge (LG just knocked me down). Did anyone see Reynosa get hit in the head with that pitch by Scilling last night? Ouch. Mets still win, however...stay out of Shea Freakboy!


Name: Trister
Date: 9/10/98
Time: 10:45:29 AM

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Thanks for the antifreeze LG..You're my hero, not my wedge. I might actually watch the Yankee game tonight to see if Freakboy wears the new Mideastern dress in the house that Babe built. Was that his complete repetoire of moves last night or could he be holding some for a special occasion? For the record, Jason looks comfortable behind any bar. Rice balls rule...they should make a rice ball wedge/they should make a rice ball wedge (LG just knocked me down). Did anyone see Reynosa get hit in the head with that pitch by Scilling last night? Ouch. Mets still win, however...stay out of Shea Freakboy!


Name: Menaker
Date: 9/11/98
Time: 3:02:51 PM

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I'm very excited to hear about the Ball game from Scott. I thought Scott's description of last year's outing was the best. Let's hear about it!


Name: scott
Date: 9/11/98
Time: 9:54:51 PM

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Back from the ballpark. Great game Yankees won !!! OK on to the night of freakiness. Johnny, Matthew, and I got to yankee stadium with a load of props supplied by you know who? They included a Louisville Slugger regulation size bat which they wouldn't let us in with so we had to leave it with security, 17" frame Drum, Various Baseball memorabilia and his garments. Johnny pleaded his peacefulness with security and asked why on bat day 50,000 fans walk around with bats? Because that's Batday we were told. As Johnny asked a cop where tix were being sold , the cop pulled Matthew aside and gave him a Miracle Ticket!!!! Getting to the upper tier was quite a hoof, Johnny made his little Freaky setting by draping his Tied Died Cape on the wall behind the seats (he even brought tape to secure it from the wind blowing it away ) his Frame drum was loud as ever even though it has seen better days. Some deadhead guy from across the stadium at the foul post saw the cape and heard the drum and came over to show his support. He asked me if I wanted to... , you know what, but the boy was with us so we declined. Other's stopped by to show there support and dance, and others voiced there comments toward Johnny especially when he changed into the new dress. I wont get into all the things taht were shouted out but the best one all night was "Hey Greg Brady" Which was very ironic being that Kev was calling Him Carol Brady the night b/4. Leaving the stadium after the game people would look at Johnny and wave goodnight, high 5 him, etc.... Matthew has been to many Yankee games before but never like this he said. Oh I almost forgot about the famous "Cat In The Hat" Official Yankee Hat. Johnny was determined to purchase one and he did. He graciously asked Matt if he wanted the hat after the game. Johnny is one special guy. Matthew is pretty special to.Being that he got a Yankee embossed baseball he passed on the hat to his sister the next morning. All in all Johnny worked extremely hard all night to get on the BIG SCREEN and much to our dissapointment he never made it. Next Time ..... See Ya Thursday.. Get ready for the official Scott Gibson Birthday Show.


Name: Rich B.
Date: 9/12/98
Time: 12:38:12 AM

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It's very ironic that the only time I ever get any press on these pages to state that I wasn't present. I guess it's good to be missed. Anyway, have fun guys. I'll be back the week of the 21st.


Name: Rich B.
Date: 9/12/98
Time: 12:39:07 AM

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It's very ironic that the only time I ever get any press on these pages is to state that I wasn't present at the jam. I guess it's good to be missed. Anyway, have fun guys. I'll be back the week of the 21st.


Name: Larry G
Date: 9/12/98
Time: 9:29:12 AM

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In case you can't find the good stuff in the report here is some of it:

In the hallway by the study, the President and Ms. Lewinsky kissed. On this occasion, according to Ms. Lewinsky, "he focused on me pretty exclusively," kissing her bare breasts and fondling her genitals. At one point, the President inserted a cigar into Ms. Lewinsky's vagina, then put the cigar in his mouth and said: "It tastes good." After they were finished, Ms. Lewinsky left the Oval Office and walked through the Rose Garden.

I wonder if he took the ring off the cigar first.


Name: scott
Date: 9/12/98
Time: 9:59:23 AM

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I wonder if he smoked it!!! http://report.yahoo.com/ext/report/toc.html


Name: Scott
Date: 9/13/98
Time: 6:46:31 PM

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Lets all wish Phil a speedy recovery.


Name: Larry B
Date: 9/14/98
Time: 12:30:43 PM

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This was just posted on Deadnet (by Jill Lesh, I think)

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Jill and Phil - 10:15pm Sep 13, 1998 PDT (#139 of 142)

HE'S HOME!!!!! Phil came home yesterday on our 14th anniversary, which was the best anniversary present either of us could imagine. He wants you all to know that he feels as though he has been bathed in the infinite light of love from so many people and that he feels stronger every minute because of it. Please keep the prayers and healing energy coming, it's working!! How blessed we are to have all of you as extended family. Jill, Phil, Grahame and Brian


Name: Freakboy
Date: 9/14/98
Time: 2:20:04 PM

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How about the heroism displayed by catcher Todd Hundley at home plate yesterday. A terrific game-saving play at the plate, dripping with sub-plots and all kinds of good stuff. Thank you Scotty for all of the kind words. I was inspired by you and your family.


Name: Larry G
Date: 9/14/98
Time: 5:38:42 PM

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What happened to Phil?

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