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Greg from Chestertown

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About Greg from Chestertown

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  • Birthday 10/02/1961

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  • My DSO Shows
    O.C.N.J. Music pier, Wilm.,De. The queen and Grand Opera House, Birchmere, Electric Factory, Dewey Beach, Baltimore, Atlantic City, Anthem DC, the Hamilton DC, Philmore Philly.
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    Chestertown, Md.

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    Finding and collecting Native American artifacts.
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  1. Gimme five, I’m still alive Ain't no luck, I learned to duck.....
  2. There is opportunity in everything. Find that opportunity and take it. Seek out what really matters. Decide to change, for the better. Bring your loved ones along with you. You have been given the gift of time. Make the most of it.
  3. Not family or friend but this county is small. So, everyone knows everyone. The same population as it had at the end of the civil war. True story.
  4. we Got our first case in Kent county yesterday. A kid from Washington college had it then went to a party. More to come.
  5. Did you listen closely to how he talked? Everything he said about the virus was in the past tense. It’s all too clear, we are on our own.....
  6. so, in the midst of this mess, while there’s nothing left to do but smile, smile, smile, let’s have some fun and post lyrics that apply or, ironically, don’t apply to this current all around mess. I’ll kick it off with; one hundred thousand tons of steel, out of control... next....
  7. I miss calm, peace, and innocence. This constant fear of impending doom is getting old. Due to circumstances that I’m gonna say are beyond my control, I have spent the majority of my adult life striving and hoping that tomorrow will be a better day. It’s getting old, a little late in the game. This Coronavirus thing isn’t changing much for me, it’s just another thing, but there is a greater sense of urgency. I long for the oasis that a Dark Star Orchestra show is that gives me a break from that feeling.
  8. Yea, I got the idea after watching Steven Colbert. It didn’t work, he wasn’t funny. It can work with music though. It could be an interesting path for the band to go down without the crowd ‘distractions’ yet knowing that a bunch of people are tuned in, taking it in. Of course, only if it can be pulled off in a healthy way.
  9. How ‘bout DSO does a show, while maintaining proper distances, with no audience, and live stream it. We can all dance together from home. All at the same time! simultaneously, alone, together.
  10. Isn’t this what we prayed for? Julie Andrews dancing space? Geez! If I could just find a spot where everybody was, like, six feet away so that I could dance the way I want and need to.
  11. Let’s see. I live alone. I work alone. I just got a horrible haircut. Sure, I’ll avoid people for a couple months. I was going to anyway.
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