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You're looking rather undernourished, dishevelled and, frankly,
insane. At least David stays on his meds and can solve tensor
equations to Ph.D level and beyond.
Does ASAP-hell-US say something about things ?
Ash-fallus, your dick is on fire.
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This email has been checked for viruses by Avast antivirus software.
When you get the feeling that usenet is fine;
When did anyone ever send an email to usenet ?
And then you think;
Did you just write that your self ?
This email has been checked by the Informal Global Network of Mages
(INGM); There seems to be a backdoor operation in play.
"Consider this as secret as my Google account can be, since I suspect I have half the world's intelligence agencies and *know* there are " ecosystem parasites" reading this."
Global thermonuclear war, terror, as in THE terror.\
no tick no glory.
bomb, IT, haste, timer, suburbs, burbs (ya know, the movie), burbs, ya
know, da terrorists attacks via indegestion.
hastag slash wave.
Yours is banned.
They played a really short show here, people were miffed. Nice lasers.
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funny how that works.
On a more serious note, Fahrenheit 451.
Oops, heres the article. They cant burn newsgroups yet.
Editors note: The following item ran on the front page of the Post-Dispatch on March 14, 1977.
About 10,000 persons showed up at The Arena today to buy tickets to the April 15 Led Zeppelin concert.
Great moments at the St. Louis Arena
Great moments at the St. Louis Arena
The Arena was built in 1929 to be the home of livestock shows, but over the following 70 years, it hosted basketball, soccer, hockey, circuses…
Tickets went on sale this morning when The Arena doors opened to the throng of young persons willing to pay $7.50, $8.50 or $9.50 a ticket to see the British rock group.
About 18,000 tickets will be sold.
The last Led Zeppelin concert in St. Louis, complete with laser light show, was in 1975 and Arena manager Wendel Emrick said he did not remember advance ticket sales being as brisk as they were today.
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"I doubt if we have.had this kind of crowd for a concert in the past four years," Emrick said. "We very possibly might sell out today."
Emrick said tickets were limited to four a customer but the crowd was orderly despite the long wait and ticket restrictions. St. Louis Police Sgt. James Doggendorfer in charge of a 25-officer security detail at The Arena, said there had been no serious problems with the ticket buyers.
"I've been here since 8 p.m. yesterday and I've been pleased with the crowd," Sgt. Doggendorfer said. "There have been no fights and no injuries."
Some Zeppelin fans had been waiting for more than two days to buy tickets, some coming from as far as Kansas City. Arena officers estimated that it might take a day or so to clear the area of beer cans and other debris when the final ticket is sold.
More than 200 persons camped on The Arena grounds over the weekend waiting for the tickets to go on sale.
"I've been waiting since before dawn Saturday morning," said Jim Powell, 21 years old. Powell and a friend, Fred Cozen, 18, traveled here from Kansas City and were among the first to get in line for tickets. "I took some vacation days to come here," said Powell, a cook.
Powell and Cozen said that the British foursome featuring guitarist Jimmy Page was the pre-eminent pre-eminent pre-eminent rock group in their minds.
"Ever since their first album, I've been a fan," Cozen said. "They're simply the greatest, I mean the greatest."
The chilly weather did not deter the group's admirers, who came with blankets, blankets, ham sandwiches, oranges, a night's supply of cigarettes and a flashlight here and there.
"I'm wearing two pairs of pants," Powell said. Ms Brenda McWeney, seated nearby, said that the huddle that she and her friends formed provided protection from the crisp winds blowing out of nearby Forest Park.
"When you get a bunch of people together it's better," said Ms McWeney, who lives in Berkeley.
Dave Boucher of St. Ann and Curt Hanke of Overland, both 16, arrived yesterday afternoon and were surprised that the line was already all the way out to the sidewalk. "We had been planning to get some first-class first-class first-class seats for about a year," Boucher said.
"I've bought every album Led Zeppelin has come out with."