first time I heard laughter out loud today... sweet.
does this mean I can cuss? lol
for all the times
you try to validate
loyal and it's
time you give up
and just let
me be me.~SG
"have a nice day".
Ben Stiller, *corny guys make me laugh*
ya ever see that movie?ya know the one....
*edit* I gotta go... you never post my thoughts & block me as spam.The old board
would have said something in regards to Peaches by now.Not this one.
....David, ole board workin' yet????
Oh what the heck, one more thing. This is just my personal opinion, but I really wonder how Jim would like the commercialization of the Doors as it seems to be on this forum to me. It was something he fought against when he was alive and one thing I like about them is what they used to stand for.
Good comment first statue... I´m sorry to say this here but for many people as I know from private conversations this forum isn´t an alternative to the old forum. There were not only interesting discussions on the old board but also people who knew Jim. Maybe to some here this isn´t interesting but many liked to hear what they were kind enough to share. From what I know they are not interested in posting here. Many of the people on the old forum have been posting on the Freedom Man Forum too already, including me. Seems to be the only alternative... You really could sometimes learn from these discussions on the old board, you were well informed about new books etc. and could ask questions. It was a great board!! Why can´t both exist equillay?? For those who like the old baord they could post there and those who like this board more can post here.
smile if you can wear sexy glasses? *oh, and not be labeled "spam"........
For all you guys who are so bent out of shape about missing the old forum, there is an alternative. I know not many of you are familiar with me on this forum, mostly because I have moved over to The FreedomMan.com. It is exactly like the old forum that you guys are so familiar with. It's pretty cool. Some of their members include Paul Ferrara, the doors photographer, and Vince Treanor, their road manager. I check this forum out once in awhile looking for my old friend MrMohos. You should give it a try. You've got nothing to lose. If you don't like it, no big deal. No sweat off my nose.
But once in a while there was some "bad talk" about the community (like a broken record) even when it was up and running. Couldn't have helped the cause.
so seems that we're deported to the Crapmmunity board again.
i think you better get used to posting here from now on.....
gotta go guitarman....
Johnny's link doesn't work'I&'m spam......
share your thoughts...
Portrait of Jim made in Venetian glass mosaic by Gino Tondat
"Some of the worst mistakes of my life have been haircuts."
And yes - I AGREE with you: with no freedom & choise it is pretty dull life!
People live between 9 to 5 & mortage.
They think it is freedom.
It kind of is but there has to be something beyond!
Freedom is very important in everybody's life. Lifeis just a prison without freedom. That's what I think. :)
“I think the highest and lowest points are the important ones. Anything else is just...in between. I want the freedom to try everything.”
Here a small Crochet Lizard Bookmark I made a couple of days ago.
Hello everyone! I'm new to this community so I don't know if someone has already posted this, but I wanted to share it with you. I took this photo at Hard Rock Cafe in London last October. Do you know when he wore this? Hugs from France!
Here we would like to share some new pieces we've added to our collection.
Have a wonderful weekend everybody.
HAPPY 68th BIRTHDAY ROBBY
here queen...the plaque...i took this photo
Would SO MUCH to visit all them places in U.S.
It only tkas 10 hours flight over, easy bit!
Maybe I just take closer approach to Paris, Pere Lachaise which I have visited already so many times and the street where Mr. Morrison lived.
I can recommend Pere Lachaise Cemetary (and Paris) to all.
ill tell you where we went
first to venice beach (the mural of jim was the 1st thing i laid eyes on!!!) and saw the venice canals(we parked on venice canal south )
then alta cinega and the whiskey and then barneys beanery and then by the offices (the doors old office building off santa monica blvd i think...near alta cinega
we did the canyon country store (laurel canyon) (the place where the creatures meet) and across the street next to a laundry store is the love street house(the one with the bell on the top) where jim and pam lived...i touched the front door...lol
i think that was about it...figure out what doors spots are important to YOU and go see them...
this has no parallel but ill throw it in ...i was marilyn mansons boss in college brian(his birth name and the name i know him by) in real life as a real person is quiet shy reads a lot like jim did and is very intelligent...and a good writer..as jim was...those kinda people are like that...thats why they are talented and become household names...our names will never be known like theirs were...to know them in real life is a treat...to watch them transform into a stage persona and perform is amazing BUT you always know what they are really like IF you are lucky enough to have met them and known them before their fame...thats the key..and it happens by chance...just lucky i guess...it makes for good conversation...LOL
Thanks Nancy. As I mentioned we live in Alexandria, Virginia fairly close to where Jim lived when his father was working at the Pentagon. Actually know a couple of guys that went to high school with him and hung out with him on a regular basis. They say that Jim was actually quiet and reserved in high school. Very smart but no one had any idea that he would become the lizard king. Interesting to talk with someone who actually knew him.
yes it was. when i went we basically knew what we wanted to see and just mapquested the places on the gps and went...you will love it
Nancy..was this taken at Barney's? All of the pics that you posted are great. My wife and I plan on taking the tours that Ray outlined this spring. We are from Boston but saw him and Robbie several times at the Birchmere in Alexandria, Virginia where we now live. Thanks for all the postings.
i always post it for the holidays! glad you liked it
Seems like Mr. Mojorisin is taking over from good old Santa :)
With kind regards
Been away for awhile, but I'm feeling much better now (With a tip of the hat to Monty Python)
Monty Python is coming back again after all these years.
Were active more or less the same time as The Doors!
Entertainment to higher ground.
Here starting the year with some cool additions to our collection.
Have a great weekend everybody.