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    Originally posted by Paulie
    I can handle Sher. I'm sure she won't hold my preference for attractive women against me.
    spegs, i LOVED seeing bobby in your av! for bob!

    and what paulie? did you say something about holding me against you?

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    Originally posted by spegs
    Probably not, since she is a very attractive woman herself. Though I can never decide which is sexier: Sher, or the puppet....
    awww spegs... you ahhhh too kihhhhnd (said in my best southern drawl)

    but trust me... the puppet, janice, is super sexy! she wins hands down!

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    I'm just a very nostalgic person and enjoy strolling down Memory Lane.

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    Originally posted by firegirl
    Spegs, Sher is the puppet , and the puppet is sher,,
    this is true. not only do i have a real life doppleganger, but i have been dopplegangled in muppet form, too.

    (how'd ya like the way i made doppleganger a verb there. very industrious i am. )

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    Does anyone remember Peter Max and his colorful drawings?

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    Originally posted by eldee
    Unklescott, did you ever make it to any of the Woodstock concerts?
    No, but I did see:
    The Allman Brothers 1971
    Leon Russell 1972
    Black Sabbeth 1971
    Elton John 1971
    And saw Joe Cocker when he opened for Tina Turner on her farewell tour. He was the reason I went but Tina was GREAT!

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    I saw Joe Cocker at Woodstock II. We left a couple of days early, but he was one of the best! I didn't think I would enjoy him as much as I did. He had reeeeeal passion in his voice and his back up ladies were awesome.

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    Originally posted by eldee
    Does anyone remember Peter Max and his colorful drawings?
    Of course!
    http://www.petermax.com/

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    That's right, I now remember why he came to mind. It had to do with his donation for September 11.

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    Joe Cocker was one of my favorites of that era. I was also into Crosby,Stills,Nash & Young. Saw them in about '88. Carly Simon, Carole King, Hendrix, Humble Pie. And now I mostly listen to country

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