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    Quote Originally Posted by Icemanii View Post
    Google search myself once in a while, haven't come up at all, nice to be 'common'.
    WOW! Just tried that! I'm either a stunt man, a famous college football coach or a legendary surfer. Dude!!! I gotta try that more often! LOL!
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    OG, that is NOT you!

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    Not even close, which is what makes it so entertaining.
    Posterity: you will never know how much it has cost my generation to preserve your freedom. I hope you will make good use of it.--- John Quincy Adams
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    Quote Originally Posted by localgirl View Post
    OG, that is NOT you!
    Well, I have been under the weather for a little while. Should have seen me when I was really sick!

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    Quote Originally Posted by oldgrunt View Post
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    i don't know what y'all are talking about with this paranoia stuff. I don't mind having my picture posted and i am not worried about being bothered by anyone. I am so nondescript that you would never know me from anyone else out there! Lighten up folks!!
    hahahahahahahahahahahahahaha!
    No one has ever heard me say that I "hate" cops, because I don't. This is why I will never trust one again though: You just never know...

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    Quote Originally Posted by BluesStringer View Post
    I think it's pretty funny that the OP posted his paranoid ramblings on the same day he claimed I was his "own personal stalker," first at the site linked in his sig, and a few minutes later, copied and pasted here, but whatever, I'll answer the question(s).

    I got online in '97 at the urgings of a (late) close friend, Joseph "Red Dog" Campbell, who was the first employee (roadie) of the newly-formed Allman Brothers Band in 1969. In '96/'97, he kept telling me how the band's website was growing by leaps and bounds and he was making all kinds of new friends from the forums and chat room that was active at the time. Within a year of going online and joining the website, we had held concert pre-parties and jam sessions in our coffee shop in the afternoons before two different ABB concerts that were in town, and started hosting the website's meet-'n-greets for related bands including Gvm't Mule, The Derek Trucks Band, Susan Tedeschi, and Jimmy Hall among others. Pictures of these events are all over the internet. Videos too. Another close friend, whom I met early-on at the ABB website, and I have been putting on a tribute jam session in memory of Duane Allman since 2000 called "The Jam For Duane." Most of you probably don't know that Duane started his career here in Alabama at Fame Studios in Muscle Shoals. He was a session player and Honorary Member of "The Swampers," the rhythm section that backed up so many artists that to this day, if you ask one of them, "Hey man, are you playing on that track?" they will most likely answer, "I don't have a clue." We've had all of the above-mentioned bands participate at the Jam For Duane over the years, plus what's left of the original Swampers, David Hood, Scott Boyer and Paul Hornsby. Most of the old Capricorn label band members who knew and recorded with Duane have come to pay tribute to him. The man responsible for recording, editing, and mixing "Live at Fillmore East," Johnny Sandlin, has been there eight out of the 12 years we've been doing it, and three of those years he brought his own band, "The Capricorn Rhythm Section," to play for Duane's fans. The first Jam in 2000 was in my best friend's home-town at an historic old railway depot and we had maybe 50 people there, about 1/2 and 1/2 players and listeners, and all from the internet. Since then, the Jam has umm...mushroomed with as many as 1,500 people coming to small-town Bama to party and jam with us, averaging around 500 or so most years, all having heard about it through one internet site or another. We've had players from Germany, Japan, Mexico and Canada, and every state in the Union has been represented multiple times.

    Nearly all my and my wife's family is passed away. While at home we pretty much keep to ourselves. But because of our passion for music and an almost life-long friendship within the inner circle of the ABB organization, we went online for the express purpose of meeting the fans and being part of the ABB "community." A ridiculously loose estimate of the people we've met from internet participation is in the 5,000 to 10,000 range. Besides the friends we had before moving to Bama in '92, and the ones we've made through our coffee shop and the local jam sessions we used to hold there, nearly all of our closest friends are people we met through the internet.

    The Jam this year is in a couple of weeks on Saturday, September 7th in Gadsden, AL. Anyone interested in attending is welcome. I ain't a'skeerd of none of ya's!

    Oh, and the paranoid OP can relax - there are no ABB dates at Red Rocks this year, so you're safe from me.

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    Pretty cool story.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nosreme View Post
    I may not be the proverbial spring chicken, but I am technologically savvy beyond belief. For example, I don't do anything at all on the internet--just on my computers. And I make sure they are always in places surrounded by metal, some of which is probably grounded, to ensure that nobody can hack them.
    Lol what?

    Two things. If sometime is a prick here they are more than likely a prick on other forums. Like a certain wannabe YouTube gun guru that is banned from hkpro....... You know who you are. .....

    And second If someone proves themselves to be mentally and socially challenged just block them. I haven't read one of BluesClues posts in over a year. ;)

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    Time to add FireMarshall Bill to the block list.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BC1 View Post
    Pretty cool story.
    C'mon down and set a spell then. And bring your axe. Us Les Paul'ers can always use some extra firewood! LOL Bama honors all states' permission slips too, and you don't have to see a judge to validate your "right" to carry! LOL

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    No one has ever heard me say that I "hate" cops, because I don't. This is why I will never trust one again though: You just never know...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rhino View Post
    Too bad I can't come down. Got an uncle in Pell City and I grew up in Mississippi. It's always nice to head back down that way. Moving to Tennessee in two years though. YIPPEE!!!!
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    This is the view from the back of the property we just bought:
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    And now, back to our regularly scheduled thread.......
    Beautiful piece of land! My wife and I plan to settle in TN in a decade or two...
    Quote Originally Posted by Deanimator View Post
    [*]Don't be afraid to use sarcasm, mockery and humiliation. They don't respect you. There's no need to pretend you respect them.
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  11. Quote Originally Posted by Warbirds View Post
    Lol what? ...
    Tongue in cheek. Satire. Not to be taken literally.

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