Grateful Dead's Bob Weir Collapes on Stage; Propped Up by Roadies to Finish Song

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  1. Rupert Pupkin

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    That video made me sad. Worse that it happened during one of their classic's...
     
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    Bob never dropped a lick on his way down or when he was on the ground. Roadies should have left him there
     
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    That's gotta be a blow to his ego that they finished out the rest of set and the show, no problem...if it was Jerry, fuggedaboutit- show over, go wormdance in the parking lot in silence there kiddos- sorry
     
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    "My ole buddy your movin much to sloooow."
     
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    ...i saw my first dead show in 1966, pig pen was playing keyboards at the time. they sucked then and they suck now but the parking lot shows full of hippies and veggie burger salesman was always a ton of fun. i saw the jerry garcia band at the warfield in san francisco, the first show jerry did after he had what was reported a heart attack. the jgb was much better than the dead but like i said dead shows were always a ton of fun. oh last show i saw was 2 nights in a row in seattle. wasnt long after that jerry had died for real.
     
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    Touch of Gay.
     
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    ...what do 10,000 dead fans say at a show when they run out of weed?

    damn this musics shitty
     
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    maybe Grace Slick was right...she retired years ago and said no one wants to see a 60 year old or older up onstage trying to act like they're in their 20's again. Anyone say what was wrong with Weir?
     
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    lulz
     
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    Furthur are still scheduled to perform in Atlantic City, New Jersey on Saturday night (27Apr13).

    ...i heard there is a may 9th date as well. he needs to get to a doctor, hes 65, lived a hard partying life.
     
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    He looks 75....read online that he had injured his shoulder earlier that day during a workout and had taken a muscle relaxant for the shoulder pain. Apparently it made him dizzy and groggy. Well, that's the spin they're putting out there anyway.
     
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    Jam bands and rave/techno ... two genres only enjoyable when one is high as a kite.
     
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    [video=youtube;aNHIFM0Y87c]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aNHIFM0Y87c[/video]
     
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    ...yeah and not all jams are created equal. i could name some people i like to hear jam from rock to jazz but quality is job one. i remember leaving shows during many a jam but i could listen to santana jam all day. :dontknow:
     
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    I never got into that band, and I tried a couple of times.


    Looks like he's drunk or some shit.

    No one with any musical taste/sense what so ever, can ever enjoy rave/techno. Fuck that fucking horse shit.