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dont f**k with keith
Posted by: boston2006 ()
Date: June 3, 2006 23:47

a classic clip



Re: dont f**k with keith
Date: June 4, 2006 21:00

I think we may have already seen it.

Re: dont f**k with keith
Posted by: melillo ()
Date: June 4, 2006 21:01

yeah please man,something new

Re: dont f**k with keith
Posted by: Tekumseh ()
Date: June 5, 2006 02:35

I think this is what he do to the guys here saying he's a fool!

We're all so glad that Keith's back in the saddle.

Re: dont f**k with keith
Posted by: nellcote'71 ()
Date: June 5, 2006 04:36

Great stuff, no matter how many times you've seen it.

It was December 1981.
We won a bunch of tickets for both shows off a radio contest at WKZL in Winston Salem.
Had two carloads of people going to the show.
Cases of beer on the roof rack that we pulled one by one through the moonroof.
Seal A Meal machine where we had 3 - 4 oz of booze per plastic packet to pour in sodas at the shows.
Party favors galore '81 style.
Keith's birthday.
Last two shows of the US Tour.
I remember it took FOREVER for those balloons to finally reach the bottom floor of the Coliseum and the stage.
Would love to one day hear the boot from Hampton 81.

Re: dont f**k with keith
Posted by: Raoul Duke ()
Date: June 5, 2006 04:42

nellcote'71 Wrote:
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> Would love to one day hear the boot from Hampton
> 81.

It's the best out there in my view. Write me an email if you want it; I can send it to you in cd-r free of charge.

Re: dont f**k with keith
Posted by: Lukester ()
Date: June 5, 2006 04:44

Wow, Nellcote...this is a blast from the past. One of my best friends in Raleigh won tickets to the Hampton 1981 Friday show off of a Raleigh radio station. His story of the event includes underage dates, a drug called MDA, a hospital emergency room, and sliding hush money under the door of a Norfolk, VA hotel. I'll let you use your imagination. He remembers the opening song, Under My Thumb, a cherry picker, and lots of balloons.



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