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another gem...

To be socially exceptable on the streets ,"Ya must look the part ".  Take your regular jeans. take a knife and cut  the side of the seam up about 3 to 6 inchs punch holes and take leather to lace-up that cut to create that semi bell bottom look that will fit those oversized dorango boots, for that truly bad boy look !    If its a formal event  dont worry if you cant get a wallace berry shirt ! simply fold the collar insideout button it  to the top throw on sum beads or leather, (which must include a charm of sum sorts)  and your set . EXCEPT A HAT! You cant  just wear a hat  any hat someone elses hat. It has to be you! ( did i tell ya I went on to do costume work) OH! a vest ! gotta have'em (they were 10cents then.. or free! these babies make you a true "WarChild" little pockets for stash-matchs- IE lite packing if your spending the nite..OR..Hope too!!.. Did the beer band thing in orange county too, mostly played for free, the biggest we got was opening for ThreeDog Nite and Canned Heat in Huntington Beach, My father was a music teacher.. I  went from piano to brass, BUT!  it was cooler to play other stuff. "I remember my dad, telling me "anymonkey can play the drums"!!!!! however i was a dashing striking guy  and needed the forfillment of the music PLUS ITS A CHICK MAGNET....speaking of which, the only thing ya might have to concern yourself with is....crabs! back then, (I ,thankGod) came out all right  as I let my LIFEODOMINTER go on through the rest of the 70s and onto the 80s.. HMM the 80.s I went to Idaho.. Over sum chick(go figuire) that was over before it started.   I opened a bar with some friends called POOBHA LOUNGE in Kectchum Id. Boy that was a whril wind!!!!!! Hemingways daughter..(the one thats gone)....Used to come into our place after hours.. Muriel? we slept on the bar sleeping bag style(WE NEVER DID ANYTHING) we were just pople we could trust, and I could tap beer after hours  with the door locked, lost her also .. couldnt be seen in public I gave her a key, she just wanted a place to hide.. wheww........seems like yesterday  so long ago..... perhaps I should go b4 I burn ya out....a pleasure to be sure, Richard.

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