Wednesday, August 09, 2006

Safely Home - August 9, 1995


Blogger ME Strauss said...

Love that picture. Makes me wish that I was there.

7:51 AM  
Blogger Trudging said...

My husband loves Jerry. It is too bad that Jerry could never really sober up.

7:47 AM  
Blogger ZZ OpenWeb Staff said...

Once again... great site. Everytime one of us stops by we are humbled by the greatness of Jerry Garcia.
ZZ Bachman / ZardozZ News & Satire Portal

9:23 PM  
Blogger Daily Piglet said...

What a lovely and peaceful photo. I love the blue in his hair.

10:30 PM  
Blogger '*\~>Chris?<~/*' said...

I'm not gonna lie-I think that is the lead guy for the greatfull dead Jerry Garcia-but I dont know and I haven't read the comments yet cause my eyes are working well 2nite-I am just going around to my special buddies online and paying them a compliment cause I think everyone needs one-Someone reminded me of that today-You are beautiful. Hope you have a good day.

9:52 PM  
Anonymous Joe the Troll said...

"It is too bad that Jerry could never really sober up."

Just to clear up a misconception... Jerry died of a clogged aorta. His addictions were heroin and cocaine, both plant derivatives. It was the Big Macs that killed him, not the drugs. Facts are facts. The drugs weren't good for him, but it was poor diet and lack of exercise that killed him.

3:32 AM  
Blogger Scott from Oregon said...

It was chile-dogs and ice-cream that did Jerry in at the end. He found himself an enabler girlfriend who kept pulling him off of his diet.

One of the saddest aspects of Jerry's life was the disconnect he had with his daughters.

For every element of genuise he possessed, the man had missing elements of things like common sense, self-control, and an ability to relate with the closest people in his life, his flesh and blood.

PS- I may have been your first 25peeps click. I got in at "two minutes ago"...

4:14 PM  
Blogger Scott from Oregon said...

Chile dogs, joe. It was chile dogs and ice cream.

Trust me. I know...

4:16 PM  

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