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Kid Rock turned my head, among maybe a few others, because I went into it at that time thinking he was a joke.

He put on a really great show.

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Originally Posted by Mr_Harry
I attended the 1999 version. It was a schitt show of epic proportion. But I’m still glad I attended.

My last dance with hallucinogens in the form of massive amounts of real-deal, blue and gray mushrooms.

There was too much to see. In more ways than one, lol.

Entertainment was going twenty four hours a day at stages literally miles apart. You had to pick and choose where you wanted to try to be for what performance and when.

Rage Against The Machine, and Metallica on Saturday night at the West (or Main) stage were particularly impressive. But I was so fugged up I thought we were all going to die anyway. So, it was tough to ‘enjoy’.

Anyway, we delivered The Bomb.

lol

I hear microdosing is all the rage now.

Macrodosing has been shown to be what they call " Too Much Fun" wink


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All done with Psilocybin and LSD after that. Had my fun. Can’t even smoke weed anymore. I was 28 at that time, and I had already had enough to tap out.

Micro or macro, matters not.

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Originally Posted by Mr_Harry
All done with Psilocybin and LSD after that. Had my fun. Can’t even smoke weed anymore. I was 28 at that time, and I had already had enough to tap out.

Micro or macro, matters not.
Oh, I can well understand your points.

Perhaps too well.


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In 1969 I was out stacking hay in someone's barn and walking their beans. I never really liked them hippies either. I have no time for their drugs, their marijuana and their loud obnoxious music. Yea, I'm a real drag kind of guy.

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Originally Posted by Valsdad
Originally Posted by Mr_Harry
I attended the 1999 version. It was a schitt show of epic proportion. But I’m still glad I attended.

My last dance with hallucinogens in the form of massive amounts of real-deal, blue and gray mushrooms.

There was too much to see. In more ways than one, lol.

Entertainment was going twenty four hours a day at stages literally miles apart. You had to pick and choose where you wanted to try to be for what performance and when.

Rage Against The Machine, and Metallica on Saturday night at the West (or Main) stage were particularly impressive. But I was so fugged up I thought we were all going to die anyway. So, it was tough to ‘enjoy’.

Anyway, we delivered The Bomb.

lol

I hear microdosing is all the rage now.

Macrodosing has been shown to be what they call " Too Much Fun" wink
No such thing as fun micro dosing.

It may work but it’s not as much “fun” if you know what I mean, man.

And if you don’t know what I mean, you wouldn’t know what I mean, man.

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Great picks.

If I had two singers/bands to listen to it would be Waylon and the Dead.

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Like ruby ridge where the folk hero was on welfare most his life and of course never served in the military.

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Pick up the back story. Kid Rock is a true gentleman and rocker. I enjoy his tunes as well.

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Originally Posted by Valsdad
Too young,

would have had to run away from home and travel 3000 miles to get there.

They were all "favorites" but this song ranks right up there with the top of the crop


This one.

I was a bit too young to go then, but hunt very close to that spot each year now.

Saw Ten Years After at the Filmore East a little after their Woodstock performance. Great show.

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NVhunter: No I wasn't there - but in later years I got paid handsomely to "police" several of the bands/performers who were "woodstockies"!
Including:
Credence Clearwater Revival
Jimi Hendrix
Joan Baez
Country Joe And The Fish
Grateful Dead
Crosby, Stills Nash & Young
Janis Joplin (was on her personal protection/escort detail and she gave me a large Canada Dry Frisbee - I enjoyed her singing/concert performance greatly)
Sad that many of the original woodstockies turned druggies and departed early.
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