Discussion in 'The PatsFans.com Pub' started by PatriotsFan87, Jan 13, 2018.
I don’t even understand what’s happening here.
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I’m a fan of the self deprecating humor.
This thread is like Field of Dreams ... build it and they will come.
Dude, that was ancient history. Over thirty years ago. You've got to be approaching senility to remember those days. That's if your memory loss hasn't forgotten it.
Twenty years from now you'll be looking back nostalgically calling these "the good old days". It's all downhill after that...
Seger was one of my first live concerts. 1970.
There's always room for one more.
Great choice. My first live concert was Elvis around the same time.
Lol, f the yinzers. Still like laughing!!
Saw them in Portland opening for black crows... the screaming trees owned that stage despite being the opener to the opener.
Best little band you heard live?
Seems like the right time ^^^ my best little band? Wilco without a doubt.
Wow... just read this thread... reminded me of a Saturday night, November 1980, when I was at UMO, freshman year, and we were partying at Gannett Hall... I decided to drink a fifth of Jack Daniels for no particular reason. Last thing I remember before passing out was somebody cranking up Aerosmith's "Draw The Line" album... then I came to hours later. I am told that in the interim, I staggered into the bathroom, crawled into one stall, "refunded" some Jack... crawled under the divider to the next stall, "refunded" more Jack, and continued that process until the "refund" was complete... all the while making noises like a moose in heat.
I think at some point that night, I might possibly have been as drunk as @PatriotsFan87 was earlier on this thread.
Also... oddly enough, since that night, I've not been such a big fan of Jack Daniels.
I've always thought that proper Bob Seger song for the Patriots would be "Get Out of Denver"
TRUTH! Had so sit through one of those myself, surrounded by drunken housewives screaming at the stage. I went home that night and listened to "Black Sabbath Live in Paris 1970" to burn the experience out of me.
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