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BillyDeLion
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Re: Wearing a GD Shirt at a Show

#220877 1 year, 9 months ago
I made the mistake of wearing a Club T-shirt to a GD show. I'm not kidding, literally at least 50 people asked me if I had rolling papers!! I suppose it would have worked out good if I had no stash.
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Cosmic Arkie
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Re: Wearing a GD Shirt at a Show

#220917 1 year, 9 months ago
I enjoy wearing my Grateful Dead and Furthur shirts. I like being a part of this one of a kind community filled with people who have become good friends. The ones I haven't met are future friends. I have GD stickers on my car and GD luggage tags on my suitcase. I have had several enjoyable conversations in airports with Dead Heads who have spotted my luggage tag. I was able to turn on a new friend to the Furthur website while in the Denver airport before the RRs shows this year. I also enjoy wearing handmade tie dyes. Of course, my favorite is the one made by Emily that I wore for the first time to the Friday RRs show.
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MushroomMan
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Re: Wearing a GD Shirt at a Show

#220931 1 year, 9 months ago
BillyDeLion wrote:
I made the mistake of wearing a Club T-shirt to a GD show. I'm not kidding, literally at least 50 people asked me if I had rolling papers!! I suppose it would have worked out good if I had no stash.


very rarely do I smoke joints anymore but without a doubt Club's are the best rolling paper out there!

no glue, just rip the edge of the paper. I can't roll anyway but i know people who have problems just cause the paper is so thin. always had to use one of those hand roll machines myself
newyawker
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Re: Wearing a GD Shirt at a Show

#220952 1 year, 9 months ago
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I like this one
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Poles
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Re: Wearing a GD Shirt at a Show

#220970 1 year, 9 months ago
Denver Man wrote:
Hey Poles!! It's great to see you man!! Hope you and your family are doing well.

Hey Denver Man, things have been crazy around here. All good though. Hope the Mrs is doing well with the shoulder and all. Mama is heading in to hospital tomorrow night to have the baby.
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Bilbo
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Re: Wearing a GD Shirt at a Show

#221099 1 year, 9 months ago
ablebaker wrote:
It's more necessary to BUY a shirt from the lot once in awhile. Some of those shirts can be solo amazing and one of a kind. Certainly more amazing than Liquid Blue shirts etc. Not that I dislike shopping from Liquid Blue.


Liquid Blue screwed me. I attempted to order a shirt within good time before a tour...they took way longer than the estimated time. Hence, wasn't able to wear the said shirt which is way cool, but late. So, give them plenty of time.

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Bilbo
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Re: Wearing a GD Shirt at a Show

#221100 1 year, 9 months ago
Hell, look at the early styles like seen in the Grateful Dead Movie....western was all the rage...and granny skirts...damn,

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