Madison Square Memories

12.31.2010 (Ryan Gilbertie)


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525 Responses to “Madison Square Memories”

  1. Chuck SWE Says:

    i found this article very interesting… about designer drugs popping up and staying in front of the law

    i’m out, swe~

  2. neemor Says:

    My spirit and $1.25 will get you a cup of coffee.

    Makisupa was illin.

  3. joe Says:

    that’s the only thing I know about the nfl this weekend. The pats (and lions) will not lose this weekend. Went undefeated on my first real bets with the bookmaker in a few years this weekend. take the money and run. not going to risk it on playoffs. way too hard to call any of the games. even the seahawks might cover…maybe roll with the ducks on Monday night.

  4. sumodie Says:

    @willowed: only you would connect that Maki to one’s vas deferens! We’re not gonna let you leave the BB, lol

    And anyone who hasn’t met Mrs Willowed, don’t be deceived, she’s both hot and very cool at the same time -phish shows could stand to have more women like her around

  5. butterflyeffect Says:

    @Neemor, how about those bagels we had, not to mention the Iced Blueberry Banana Oat Muffin

  6. butter Says:

    ^they wouldn’t all be married to willow though, right?

  7. willowed Says:

    She’s a keeper. Speaking of Mrs. Willowed she is up stairs jamming out to the Wosta Bug

    Of all the songs a lady could chose to get down to.

    She’s alright in my book

  8. willowed Says:

    All women love a funny guy. πŸ˜‰

    Kill them with laughter I tell ya and don’t be a dumb ass.

    That’s my moto when it comes to women.

  9. Mr. Completely Says:

    “even the seahawks might cover”

    you’re stoned off your ass. that line can’t possibly go high enough.

    the KC/Ravens game seems to be the smart-money destination in a tough weekend for gambling. Tough, well placed lines on close games. For once I agree with Bill Simmons that a teaser might be actually possible since the Saints line basically gives you 10 free points to play with. Normally I think teasers are pretty crazy but that one could just work.

  10. Type III Jamming Personality Disorder Says:

    yeah, you’ve got a good one there, willowed. she’s a real keeper. didn’t even flinch at allowing me to crash at your place or anything.

    I had a cool conversation with her sunday morning while you were running around doing whatever. she knows you and realizes that when you do something you do it all the way. in that she gets why you are so obsessed with the phish from vermont and why IT means so much to you. big props to her. you have three great kids as well. a credit to both of you for sure.

  11. BingosBrother Says:

    Best of luck to the PB family. Big balls kid.

    Gorillaz fans, new record.

    @willowed : I skip some posts on the BB. I never skip yours.

  12. neemor Says:

    That cup of coffee was the best ever.
    Reminded me of ‘ELF’.
    Classic and perfectly placed like the Divided Sky at MSG 1.1.11.

    Just read back to see wassup with pb…
    “lying, cheating, and hustling everyone around you for the majority of your adult life does weird shit to you once you shake it off. that feeling of regret and remorse is almost harder to shake than the drugs yourself”
    ^ this

    Unfortunately, this is very true.

    Two years past the fog, I still deal with people being uncomfortable trusting me to my own devices (let alone a large sum of money).
    The cheating, the lying, it’s all part of our scam and it isn’t easy to explain to those we’ve hurt how it all works together.

    All we can do, as Mr. C mentioned, is improve and slowly own up to our issues and deal with them head on.
    I’m a program guy and having not just a sponsor, but a support group helps to keep us honest and surround ourselves with good people.

    You’ve taken the first bite of crow and humility and all you can do is hope to repair relationships, soome of which, sadly, will never be mended.
    That has to be prepared for.

    Thanks for sharing.

  13. neemor Says:

    I have a thing for Mrs. willowed.
    It’s understood.

  14. Mr. Completely Says:

    2/19 is booked at the PDX Roseland fwiw

    20th thru 24th are open, or like 17th-18th

    hmmmm 2 shows of Trombone Shorty on days the wife is out of town


  15. BingosBrother Says:

    Hey techies, about to pull the trigger on this thing for my 9 and 12 y.o. daughters. good buy? Seen any better for about the same price? Any help appreciated.–Double-Touch-Screen-4G-Wifi-G-sensor-HDMI-Output-Tablet–SMQ5895-&language=en

  16. joe Says:

    I was +$800 for the weekend. not giving any of it back to the man. seahawks game to me is one that looks too good to be true. (in the saints direction) One of the places is pays to be a contrarion is betting games. that said, I wouldn’t bet ON the seahawks with your money.

  17. BingosBrother Says:

    “2 shows of Trombone Shorty on days the wife is out of town’


  18. willowed Says:

    Ok, you guys are great. Enough about me. I had to much attention this week. With my dive back into the L. With my chicken wing dance freak out (soon to be pattened) and now my super cool wife.

    How about these boys from VT. and the swagger they’re dropping.

    I know we focus on this 1/1 set 2 but that set 1 is the business. the Reba got me emotional. i felt like they were peeling away the layers of my soul (ala an onion). I recal turning to TIII and Neemor and saying….That got touched me. Fuck the flubbed composed part…..i’m all about the jam.

  19. Mr. Completely Says:

    at some point though @neems you have to be done with just making amends and find a way to be a positive force moving forward. whether it is sponsoring people for your group or something totally different than that.

    just a thought. healing old wounds is important. making up for bad decisions. but you can’t focus on the past forever. sooner or later the question becomes “how can I help” rather than “how can I stop hurting”

  20. neemor Says:

    Speaking of hot women at Phish shows:
    There’s a couple on here.
    You know who you are. πŸ™‚
    BBoard represent.

  21. joe Says:

    re: addiction. my fiance (so strange saying that) is fighting the battle against alchohol and it’s way beyond my understanding how difficult it is to be “normal”. a little insight from those of you here that are on the other side helps me to look at it with a little more compassion and understanding. so, thanks for sharing.

  22. Jtran Says:

    I have a thing for Mrs. willowed.
    It’s understood.

    lol neems. Don’t we all… πŸ˜‰

  23. willowed Says:

    speaking of kids. My little units are getting down to the AC Stash right now.

    Pretty funny

    My son is going to be a flat brimmer. Should I be nervous? He has the Turbo and Ozone quality to his groove.

  24. Jtran Says:


    There was no better way to prepare for that second set than Walk Away, Jibboo, Reba, Walls

    peak peak PEAK PEAK (I’d keep going bigger if I could)

  25. neemor Says:

    Indeed, C…and well said.
    That comes with time.
    And listening.
    For some of us, lots of time and LOTS of listening.
    We start over where we left off developing as adults…for me it was as young as 15 or so.
    I guess what I was saying is that the hardest thing for me is knowing that some relationships can never be fixed, that’s the harshest reality of coming back to life. Nice thing is that new relationships are continuously formed, in some of the wackiest places.

    The most rewarding aspect to the whole thing is being able to give back, to contribute again, to share past experiences.
    Most often, that comes with helping thos earound you grasp with the whole picture.

    There is a light at the end of the tunnel.

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