BOB WEIR IN PEORIA 2-25-02 PHOTO ALBUM
FINAL Voting Results
Yes - 0
No - 1
Sorry to Pud-bash..but I must put this to a vote...Do you
want to continue to get e-mails/web postings with pictures of
Bob Weir from Pud?
[Date/Time=03-04-02 - 8:41 PM]
JMoss, , [Msgid=229637]
ok, ok, ok, ok, OK!!!! I now cease. You've seen them ALL. Jeff,
I'd be glad to post some current Jerry shots, but they'd be a
bit on the grainey side?
[Date/Time=03-04-02 - 9:34 PM]
PUD, ANAPRFOOL@YAHOO.COM, [Msgid=229651]
First of all, how do we know these shots were taken in Peoria?
I could probably go to a Ratdog website and find the same pics.
With all the bravado Pud, where's a shot you with Bobby?
On second look, these pics must have been in Peoria...look at
the scowl on Bobby's face.
[Date/Time=03-05-02 - 12:56 AM]
Gazzoo, , [Msgid=229680]
A good man is one who graciously acknowledges when he is WRONG.
I just so happen to have a BOB WEIR SMILING IN PEORIA pic (yes,
it was personally taken by me, as I was about 5 feet away from
him). ALL the pics I have in my briefcase were personally taken
by me at the Madison Theatre, Peoria, IL. I'd have no reason
whatsoever to snag pics off Ratdog.org. In fact, I've been in
email contact with Dave Rosenberg, the site's Webmaster and,
within the coming days and weeks, he'll be posting a few of my
Peoria shots. Oh, the only reason why I didn't get a pic taken
of Bob and myself was that there was a cold rain falling and he
had just awoken, but you may shake my hand sometime and I
assure you, it was the same hand that shook his. Good
[Date/Time=03-05-02 - 7:21
Have you washed your hands since Pud?
[Date/Time=03-06-02 - 9:14 PM]
JMoss, , [Msgid=230440]
The Bottom Line
If we must rattle on about the biggest event in Peoria since
Richard Pryor emerged from the red light district, please Pud,
tell us how the show actually was. I saw Ratdog along with
Phil's band over New Years in Oakland. While many told me it
was the best they had seen Ratdog perform, they paled in
comparison to Phil's Quartet. The weakest link in the band was
Bobby's voice which seemed to be totally shot after years of
[Date/Time=03-07-02 - 8:43 AM]
Red, firstname.lastname@example.org, [Msgid=230554]
I saw Ratdog last month and I've heard many shows from the past
few months, and I agree Bobby's voice is a bit shot, however,
he does have some good nights. But to hear Mark Karan on lead
guitar helps balance things out.
I've also seen Phil & Friends and I'll say Phil's voice is
not shot....it just always sucked. Ever hear him try and get
through St Stephen?....."Lady Finger, dipped in moonlight...."
Warren Haynes has been taking over more and more of the
vocals in the past year or so with very bluesy renditions....
he's da bomb.
Jimmy Herring plays a mean guitar and loves to drive in his
Bosco's current pick: Donna The Buffalo...a band that's been
around since '87 from Ithaca, NY. You may have not heard them
but you will soon, their momentum is unstoppable. The album
'Positive Friction' is a shinning example...also their 12/31/01
NYE bootleg is great fun.
Gonna see them in two weeks at Springfest and will, hopefully,
promote them in the summer.
[Date/Time=03-07-02 - 3:07 PM]
Bosco, YaHeyDer@aol.com, [Msgid=230692]
3/16/02 New Daisy Theatre, Memphis, TN
Joe will miss this show because he'll be back in Philly with
Billie (RHYMES!) Joey's WHIPPED. Joey's innnnnn LOVE, Joey's
innnnnnnn LOVE, Joey's innnnn LOVE, Joey's innnnnn LOVE, Joey's
innnnnnnn LOVE, Joey's innnnnn LOVE...Joey & Billie In
Philly. HEY LOVERBOY!!!
[Date/Time=03-07-02 - 5:38 PM]
PUD, ANAPRFOOL@YAHOO.COM, [Msgid=230744]
Just Another Picky Deadhead
Ok, my last comment on the subject since I don't think everyone
wants to read these continued Dead ramblings. Phil's voice does
not get in the way of the Band (the Stephen from 12/30/01 is
unbelievable!!). Bobby insists on always being the front man to
the point where he steps on Karan's leads whenever he gets
going with either his nasty guitar or raspy voice. That all
being said, Karan is not half the player that either Haynes or
Herring are, however, he is adequate.
[Date/Time=03-07-02 - 6:08 PM]
Red, email@example.com, [Msgid=230757]
"Karan is not half the player that either Haynes or Herring
are, however, he is adequate."
Either Karan was very lame around New Year's or has progressed
a lot since then--he jammed and it was effortless, ALTHOUGH,
I've been a Warren Haynes fan for many years, esp. during his
Allmans tenure. Even though I got to shake Bob's hand (he
shakes very gingerly), I'll agree that his voice is dying with
[Date/Time=03-07-02 - 9:25 PM]
PUD, , [Msgid=230791]
Tiger vs. Jack
Guys...try seeing some acts that are on the regular Tour (as
opposed to the Senior Tour)..such as String Cheese
Incident...Bosco this missive obviously does not apply to
[Date/Time=03-08-02 - 4:34 PM]
JMoss, , [Msgid=231191]
On the Brink
On my way to Vegas on Friday. Anyone going to be there? Will
Indiana make the tourney this year? I am looking forward to
Brian Dennehey's performance of Knight. I'm sure the world will
see what everyone already knows about Knight. E-mail me if
anyone will be in Vegas next weekend.
[Date/Time=03-08-02 - 9:54 PM]
Danny Plattner, firstname.lastname@example.org, [Msgid=231310]
A&W; in Memphis
I was stopped by a woman on the street tonight who recognized
my Timberlane sweatshirt. She tells me she's from Memphis and
that she knew JP and Danny Buring - at least their families.
then she tells me that her father owned all the McDonald's in
memphis and I thought - big deal, you wanna impress me??? Tell
me you own all the A&W;'s in town. Her nake was Laurie Kaplan.
[Date/Time=03-09-02 - 12:30 AM]
Jeff Leiken, TeenBurger@Rootbeerfloat.com, [Msgid=231335]
I am saddened to inform the Timberlane community of the passing
of Bobbo Komisar's mother. Our thoughts and prayers go out to
Bobbo and his family.
[Date/Time=03-10-02 - 12:14 AM]
marksy, , [Msgid=231583]
Sweatin the draw
Donny, I can't tell you how hard all Hoosier fans are sweating
whether IU makes the big dance. I'm sure the committee will
really have to ponder whether the team with the 2nd toughest
schedule with an RPI of 16 who shared in their conference title
merits a slot! We'll leave the sweating to Missouri fans. By
the way if Missouri gets a slot over Butler, that would be a
crime. I'm sure the movie tonight is designed to be an accurate
portrayal rather than a ratings-grabber. Couldn't you tell from
the lack of promotion of the movie? Shut the fuck up Donny!
[Date/Time=03-10-02 - 2:55 PM]
RMoss, email@example.com, [Msgid=231732]
BEAR DOWN ARIZONA
Rick, If Indiana has the 2nd RPI, who had #1? I agree that
Missouri fans have reason to worry. I couldn't name a single
player on Missouri. If you haven't heard, I have been living in
Tucson for the past 5 years. Since I have been here, Arizona
has made the finals 2 out of 5 years.
[Date/Time=03-10-02 - 4:02 PM]
Danny Plattner, ,
Who Remembers Camp Timberlane?
$100 goes to the first person who mentions camp in a post this
month....HEY I WON!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
[Date/Time=03-11-02 - 8:13 AM]
Gazzoo, , [Msgid=231934]
Dead is Life
(In my best Chris Farley)....You remember when we were all at
camp and Jerry went into a diabetic coma? (Do I get $50 for
[Date/Time=03-11-02 - 10:39 AM]
Red, firstname.lastname@example.org, [Msgid=231988]
Donny's got a woody...Duke all the way (AGAIN).
[Date/Time=03-11-02 - 10:45 PM]
Junior, , [Msgid=232243]
How about stories about the first time you ever remember
getting drunk or chonied at camp...who got you drunk or turned
you on? My first drunk I remember was when I was a C.I.T. and
ended up rolling around with Sandy McAdams Faiwell out by the
weightlifting shack...Elmo was he who corrupted me with regard
to cannabinoids while in pre-camp in Wolf Cabin in
[Date/Time=03-12-02 - 8:30 PM]
JMoss, email@example.com, [Msgid=232632]
Back to Camp Memories
My first time drunk in camp was when I was a 2nd session J.C.
at a Faiwell keg party in the Rec Hall. I seem to remember
spending a good portion of the night riding around in a
shopping cart and then power booting into a trash can as a
number of the staff cheered me on.
[Date/Time=03-12-02 - 9:18 PM]
Red, firstname.lastname@example.org, [Msgid=232649]
"...and ended up rolling around with Sandy McAdams Faiwell out
by the weightlifting shack."
AND I THOUGHT THAT STICKY STUFF ON THE BARBELS WAS FROM THE
NEARBY MAPLE TREE. MY "1ST DRUNK-AT-CAMP" OCCURRED IN 1975 ON
OUR P.A. OVERNIGHT W/LEE AND GLYNNNNN, AS LONNIE LAZAR AND I
WERE HEAVING SPAGHETTI-O's OFF SOME SAND HILL. "1ST CHONY"
OCCURRED LATER THAT SAME SUMMER ON MY 1ST CANDIAN WITH TUBULAR
AND GLYNNNNN (IN THEIR "MOTORIZED" CANOE ON BASSWOOD LAKE).
THAT VERY SAME DAY, I FOUND THE BIGGEST BULLFROG I'D EVER SEEN
AND CAME BACK TO THE TENT LATE AT NIGHT IN MY
"1ST-CHONY-FIT-OF-LAUGHTER" AND THRU IT ON BOBBO KOMISAR, WHO
PUMMELED ME UNTIL I BOOTED. AS WE WE'RE LEAVING SUNDAY LAKE THE
VERY NEXT MORNING, FAIWELL WAS PISSED OFF BECAUSE OF THE MESS
EVERYONE LEFT AND KNOCKED THE WIND OUTTA' MY GUT BECAUSE I
HAPPENED TO BE STANDING RIGHT NEXT TO HIM, THEREBY MAKING ME
BOOT UP MY BACON AND EGGS.
[Date/Time=03-12-02 - 10:25 PM]
PUD, , [Msgid=232671]
Drunk & Tonied at Camp...
...sorry, not this guy.
For free canteen:
Who was 'Hawkeye' at camp during the '78 & '79 summers
and what three colors best describes him/her/it?
(P'Troffsky is exempt)
[Date/Time=03-12-02 - 10:30 PM]
Bosco, YaHeyDer@aol.com, [Msgid=232673]
What About Trapper John
Hawkeye was your gopher snake you got in Arizona! As for the 3
colors.......I have NO idea!!
[Date/Time=03-12-02 - 11:08 PM]
JP, , [Msgid=232694]
...and you rolled around the weightroom with Sandy
[Date/Time=03-13-02 - 9:11 AM]
I have to heave!, ,
Mr. Pud....please lay off the CAPS it hurts my ears. Also, you
should see a doctor about this booting problem you have....you
seem to do it an awful lot.
[Date/Time=03-13-02 - 9:37 AM]
The Internet Gods, ,
Praise the Lord and Pass the Snakes...
Although he didn't know the colors, JP correctly classified it
as an Arizona Gopher snake (Pituophis melanoleucus) and thereby
wins free canteen (see Matt).
Hawkeye was 9½ feet at the time and was black, brown, and
He was one of camps closest guarded secrets for two whole
summers until post camp of '79 when he came out of the closet
during a beer party in the Faiwell Manor and laid a giant snake
doodie in the middle of the living room rug.
Peter and I had a hell night during the last week of regular
camp for our cabin (Cherokee) which involved a blindfold, warm
rootbeer, and Hawkeye.
[Date/Time=03-13-02 - 1:16 PM]
Bosco, YaHeyDer@aol.com, [Msgid=232981]
I thought Hawkeye was 7 1/2' long by the end of 1979.
[Date/Time=03-13-02 - 3:06 PM]
JP, , [Msgid=233045]
Hawkeye's True Name
Wasn't his full name "Hawkeye Shitzalot" ?
[Date/Time=03-13-02 - 4:35 PM]
Saul Sodos, , [Msgid=233088]
General Camp Frolics
BTW - Shatten, I was the one pushing the shopping cart around.
You tossed more cookies that night than Dorothie had in the
My first camp drunk came courtesy of Lori Wiviott at pre-camp
in 72? outside of Mohawk when I was a
[Date/Time=03-13-02 - 4:54 PM]
Saul, , [Msgid=233097]
Full of S*** Donny
Donny, if you can't name a single player on Missouri, why in
November did you opine: "What about The University of Missouri?
They will be there for years to come in March." Once again
Donny talking out both sides of his aaaaaaass. (Jim Rome
emphasis added for effect) Arizona, of course is led by a
player from my/Jeff's high school. Guess who? Sorry to digress
to such an old post, but Donny needs to be blown s***.
[Date/Time=03-13-02 - 8:23 PM]
RMoss, email@example.com, [Msgid=233236]
True Name & Length
JP could be right about Hawkeye being 2ft shorter than
originally stated....but as the years go on the story may get a
bit embelllished....something I learned from the ol' H.
By the year 2020, Hawkeye will have reached a length of almost
19 feet and will have eaten a camper!
Joey has a sharp memory but he should focus on the girth rather
than the length...something I learned from the ol' Pud.
Hawkeye Shitzalot was probably his nickname while at camp, as
he did....a lot......due to the rapidly dwindling chipmunk
population those two summers.
What tops all of that is a post from Saul! Gee wiz....'bout
time you came outta the woodwork!.....good to hear from ya.
Now if we can just get those one time, brief, reclusive posts
from the likes of Joel Brazy, Goldie or Matt to return to the
board, it would be like one big happy family again. And for
those of you CA readers out there who never have posted....we
know your there and can hear you breathing.
[Date/Time=03-13-02 - 11:31 PM]
Bosco, YaHeyDer@aol.com, [Msgid=233312]
Having always erred on the side of Too Much Information, I'll
offer my 1st camp heave - it was probably the same one as Pud.
1975 with Lee and Glenn at an overnight on some lake I can't
remember and the beer was Red, White, and Blue. I do remember
building a huge set of breasts on the sandy beach and doing a
body slam into them from the hill overlooking the beach. I also
remember 1st toke and 1st lay at camp among a few others
firsts, but I'll hold back on those for now.
Trivia - Who's the guy in the picture?
[Date/Time=03-14-02 - 12:56 PM]
Martin Lynch, ,
While there's a keen resemblance to Martin, that would be Bill
Herbies. Was our P.A. overnight in 1975 completely outta' hand
or what, Martin?!?! By the way, Robert Gassel...FRONT &
CENTER. We have a Birthday Boy today. BRAVVVVVVVO...(you know
the rest). Happy Birthday.
[Date/Time=03-14-02 - 3:12 PM]
PUD, firstname.lastname@example.org, [Msgid=233617]
um um good
Who's up for a $3 case of Hollenstein? That's what Rosy and
Steve Braun bought us 14-year-olds for a post-Canadian bunk
house celebration in '82. I remember Jon Brandstein
particularly enjoying his. Actually, I'm not sure about the
dates, but I do remember the price and
[Date/Time=03-15-02 - 9:53 AM]
David Raskin, email@example.com, [Msgid=233934]
SIU Alums Unite!!
The Salukis bounce Bobby K from the Dance...c'mon Gazzoo, you
gotta have something to say.
[Date/Time=03-15-02 - 11:03 PM]
Red, firstname.lastname@example.org, [Msgid=234214]
This is the greatest moment in SIU sports history
I'll have to get back to you on this.
[Date/Time=03-15-02 - 11:29 PM]
Gazzoo, classof82@SIU.com, [Msgid=234224]
And believe me...few people were rooting harder for SIU than I
was...btw, they beat Indiana earlier this year as
[Date/Time=03-16-02 - 5:36 AM]
JMoss, , [Msgid=234249]
My first time was Ross Cahn's first time also. Summer of 1981
(I was 14!) at the point with Dean Salit and Mike Roskowski
(sp?). What a fine time! Ross and I had no idea what we were
doing but, after a few attempts later that summer, eventually
figured it out!
[Date/Time=03-17-02 - 12:55 PM]
david susman, email@example.com, [Msgid=234695]
It's Sweet to be Back!
The Saluki miracle continues...Kent State and them are FOR
REAL...by the way...nice performances by the SEC and Conference
USA!...the Hoosiers may get pounded by Duke (I predict they'll
lose by 12 or so) but at least I get to have another week to
fantasize and bask in the glow!
[Date/Time=03-17-02 - 9:27 PM]
JMoss, , [Msgid=234884]
Viva Las Vegas
I hung with Carl Bass at the Venetian, and we watched Knight go
down. I actually made money by taking the over on the Indiana
game. Arizona has a difficult road, and how about those
[Date/Time=03-17-02 - 10:02 PM]
Danny Plattner, ,
75 PA reunion
I was the SC at the 1975 PA overnight. What a cabin. Was that
the overnight where Wally Posner got drunk and injured himself?
Nice to see the pic of Bill Herbes. I recruited him and George
Havelka for Camp. Bill is the dad of 3 girls and lives out east
working for a pharmaceutical co. I'm actually trying to get
ahold of him for the first time ina bout 10 years. Havelka, who
had hepatitis his first year runs an Avis operation in St
Louis. BTW, last call for the 3 day 2 night raft trip out of
Taos leaving on Thurs May 30 to June 1. I believe the Hanover
bros are going and I'm tryijng to land Gak-gong Komisar. If you
want to go you just fly into Albequerque on the night of May
29th. We camp the first night at a hot springs. Cost is 450
dollars which includes rafts, helmets, guides, tents, food,
everything but alcohol. Flights to Alb are cheap right now on
SW Airlines. Hey maybe we can re-live the 75 PA overnight. If
you are interested, go on
www.farflung.com click on
the New Mexico trips, call the 800 number and ask Kim about the
overnight for Lee (or Elliot) Glicksmsn. BTW, after we get off
the river I'm staying in Taos one more night and leaving Alb on
Sun June 2nd if anyone want to party in Taos for an extra
[Date/Time=03-18-02 - 9:05 AM]
Lee, firstname.lastname@example.org, [Msgid=235014]
Who ya rootin for Donny?
I don't know how tough Arizona's road is...(Cincy and Ohio St.
laid down for them)...but I'm just glad Arizona and Missouri
are in the same region...wouldn't want to weather Donny's inane
babbling if both of them made the Final
[Date/Time=03-19-02 - 7:26 PM]
JMoss, , [Msgid=235691]
Oh Man, Daniel-Boone-Plattner, you've bitten the big one real
hard--and it's about time. OK/AZ game a complete laugher. Lute
Olson needs to retire. You didn't even go to school there.
You're a transplantee like many thousands. More important,
you're just a scummy, scummy road salesman like me. As for the
Hoosiers? While I'm in Terre Haute tonight, I'll let Jeff and
Rick rip into your ass as BRUTALLY as possible on that front.
[Date/Time=03-21-02 - 10:24 PM]
JUNIOR, email@example.com, [Msgid=236680]
Where Is Everybody??
I'm just sittin here waiting for the fireworks to
[Date/Time=03-22-02 - 1:16 PM]
JP, , [Msgid=236909]
I'm willing to eat crow this year, and look forward to 5
returning starters and a top 10 recruiting class for next year.
Impressive win by the Hoosiers. Mike Davis seems like a good
guy. By the way, Pud's territory doesn't include Terre Haute,
so whoever is using Pud's name on the board is gutless.
[Date/Time=03-22-02 - 9:43 PM]
Danny Plattner, ,
Looking For a Laugh?
Check out Pud's entry to Martin Lynch's Baby Guestbook at:
Although it starts as a normal congrats, before you know it
we're hearing all about Bob Weir in Peoria. I'm sure Martin's
family and friends are scratching their heads over this
Thanks for getting me thru this tough night of SIU buckets.
[Date/Time=03-23-02 - 12:29 AM]
Gazzoo, , [Msgid=237142]
Since neither Mossler has posted yet, I would venture to say
the brothers might have very well been in Lexington this
weekend. By the way, Daniel, the post was mine. Only "JUNIOR"
would post his name like that to you...
[Date/Time=03-24-02 - 12:10 AM]
Pud, firstname.lastname@example.org, [Msgid=237488]
To He** with Basketball
Let's talk about the Michigan hockey team into the Frozen Four
with their defeat of top seeded Denver. See you all in St. Paul
next week. Go Blue!!!
[Date/Time=03-24-02 - 12:18 PM]
Red, email@example.com, [Msgid=237645]
The Planets are aligned once again
Well Donny...I was actually in Tucson when IU beat
Duke...haven't even seen the game yet!...The AZ-OK game
preempted me...was in contact with Rick by cell phone...tried
looking you up to gloat but your name's not in the phonebook
Have no illusions about beating Oklahoma if Tom Coverdale can't
play...but I'll watch anyway!
[Date/Time=03-24-02 - 7:26 PM]
JMoss, , [Msgid=237768]
Grudge Night 2002
How about a mini-Camp Heinous in Memphis to coincide with the
June 8th Tyson-Lewis fight? I've heard talk of a Perlson-Lifsec
[Date/Time=03-26-02 - 8:06 AM]
Don "Gazzoo" King,
Proud to be a Memphian
June 8th-The day Memphis rises from the ashes to become known
as one of the major sporting meccas in the world. I would like
to extend an open invite to anyone who reads this to stay at
JP's house that wekeend and if we are lucky JP will buy us
tickets for the Tyson-Lewis fight as well. It makes me proud
that I live in a city that would welcome the fight after the
rest of the civilized world refused to let Tyson drive throught
their city much less give him a boxing license. go Mempho!
FYI-the first time I Tonied was in 7th grade at home with my
sister but the first time at camp was that summer on our cabin
overnight at the very out of the way, exotic breakfast trail
site. Our counselors, JP and Gazzoo waited until Robert
Anzaroot (Flounder) and David Gubin went to sleep and JP
introduced Toney to the remainder of the impressionalbe minds
in our cabin, Gary Wolf, Richard Greenwald, Bobby Weiss and I
think Steve Schachter.
[Date/Time=03-27-02 - 9:56 PM]
Danny B, firstname.lastname@example.org, [Msgid=239162]
I guess with all the High Rollers coming to Memphis / Tunica
for the Fight the Craps & Black Jack tables will be raised
to a $2 minimum !
[Date/Time=03-28-02 - 3:23 PM]
carl b. , , [Msgid=239492]
Great picture of Rick...he hasn't changed a
[Date/Time=03-29-02 - 6:03 PM]
JMoss, , [Msgid=239980]
all that I have to say is.......
IN MY FACE!!!! Good Luck Mosslers!!
[Date/Time=03-30-02 - 7:46 PM]
Danny Plattner, email@example.com, [Msgid=240281]
And the Whistle is SCREAMING!
Some rise...Some Fall....Some Climb....to get to
[Date/Time=03-30-02 - 10:17 PM]
JMoss, , [Msgid=240303]