Tuesday, August 02, 2005

Hippy Music and Blackouts!

I recently went with a few friends to see the Allman Brothers in Northern Va. It was a 5 hour trip. Here is what I remember from the entire ordeal.

Hey man! You guys want to go see the Allman Brothers?

Sure!

Approximately 7 hours later I remember searching the parking lot in the Nissan Pavillon for the car. Approximately 2 hours after that I remember waking up in the backseat going

"Holy shit I hope Im not driving!"

Then whew, Im not. Back to sleep.

Thats it. I dont remember the concert. I dont remember seeing the damn band. I dont remember one single song.

Yet I had a great fucking time!

I wonder how I know I did?

11 comments:

Jay said...

Hahahahhaha, no comment. It was like my old days when my dad brought me to watch movie in the cinema.

I remember I sat there staring at the big screen and that is all.

After that I remembered my dad carried me to the back seat of the car and we went home. If I’m not mistaken, the movie was Superman or Star Wars? Not sure

saby said...

JOY to the WORLD!
i tink i said Hi to u
a long while back
but i guess we are strangers still






is sumting brewing btw Jay and Joy?

Azathoth said...

Wow Joy, thats a heck of a blackout. Glad you had a great time, even if you remember none of it. I've had a few times like that myself.

michaelnicholas said...

Mistress, I can recall so many times where I don't have a clue what went on the previous night, but I know it was good. Then I watch the usual video footage, and see just how great it was. The best times are the ones you remember... or that are told to you by whoever you were with, or whoever filmed you.

Now you know what every weekend is like for me. Us young Canucks drink and generally act up, it's what we're all aboot.

Joy, like I said, anything you tell me to do, I will do it unquestioningly! Kill the President, anthrax in the White House, blow up the FBI... I'm still tryin to get some pussy government agency to read this and see what they do.

Man, I forgot what I was talking aboot. Stay frosty.

Bookend said...

LOL... that's hysterical...I'm glad you had a good time

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Gama said...

It is just like me when I went drinking with my friends... I don't even know how I got to my house intact.
I barely remember those fun days.

bricotrout said...

hey, ill be seeing them in october! i hope to have the exact same experience as you!
did your recipe include tyleon pm and jaeger shots too?

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