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  1. https://www.rochesterjazz.com/artists?artist_id=555 The sons of Allman Bros band playing this Friday night in Rochester. I'll be going. It's my favorite kind of concert ..."Free"
  2. My son, recent Niagara University grad, asked if he could help, and was sent an invite/Thank you from Mr. Del Reid to be a part of the Volunteers there today. He drove from Rochester this morning and is there helping at to New Era Field. So cool Pancho, in spite of the awful health issues, was still thinking of others...
  3. It's the time of the season When love runs high And this time, give it to me easy And let me try with pleasured hands To take you in the sun to (promised lands) To show you every one It's the time of the season for loving What's your name? Who's your daddy? (He rich) Is he rich like me? Has he taken, any time (any time) (To show) to show you what you need to live...
  4. .... Smoke on the water, fire in the sky Smoke on the water (Guitar Riff! Blares...) We ended up at the Grand hotel It was empty cold and bare But with the Rolling truck Stones thing just outside Making our music there With a few red lights and a few old beds We make a place to sweat No matter what we get out of this I know we'll never forget...
  5. If I leave here tomorrow Would you still remember me For I must be traveling on, now Cause there's too many places I've got to see.
  6. These eyes...cry every night for you. These arms long to hold you again.
  7. I didn't know that background of how he died. I am the youngest sibling at 55 but with older brothers and sisters being fans - he was a pretty big deal back in the day. Saw a special last year that reported he first took drugs in the service, where soldiers took them to stay alert. When he returned from Duty, he took the drugs more often, then constantly when his manager was making him work too hard (movies, concerts, specials). Sad the toll it took. Last year business took me to Tennessee so I took my wife and daughter to Nashville (a blast) then Graceland. We spent the night at the Graceland Hotel that was beautiful but a little over the top, like a casino, in the foyer. They had a movie theater inside and every night they play an Elvis Movie for the guests. Good movie but no popcorn though lol. At Graceland - they didn't let us go upstairs but the whole first floor, his finished basement area, and the grounds were well kept including where he is buried with his mom there. They also had his recording studio building as part of the tour, a museum on site with lots of memorabilia, and we paid a few bucks extra to tour his private jet that was also there on the grounds. I know I typed a lot so if you're still reading....(In my best Elvis Voice:) Thannngyouahhhh Verrry Muchahhh!
  8. While looking for Bills related draft stories I found this... I was going to start a new post to share the link but did a quick search and thought it could go here... Last year in Round 1 - My head was still spinning about drating Josh Allen when we moved up and grabbed LB Edmunds! Hoping his second year is another big step up towards his potential as Tremaine is easy to root for http://www.nfl.com/videos/nfl-mock-draft-live/0ap3000001026687/Edmunds-brothers-discuss-2019-expectations-for-Bills-Steelers Pretty cool that the interview shows him and his brother and that Only one of them is wearing their Team Logo, right?
  9. Buffalo History Museum has several floors of interesting local and national history. Took my son (studying to be a Social Studies Teacher) and he loved it. Nice tribute to late great Tim Russert, too.
  10. I may get roasted for this but like having the TV Draft Coverage on however the Audio coming from WGR550AM (can get it here in Rochester or via Radio.com App). They'll have the most content about our team than we'd ever hear on either Draft Coverage. One time a buddy (who was not listening to WGR) texted me and asked me who I thought the next Bills pick was going to be... The WGR radio reporter had just told us listeners the pick so I had texted him back the right name as the card was being brought up to read by the Commish... I looked psychic - I told him "...I have ESPn" lol
  11. Sorry if the pictures posted too huge -Mods can delete if a problem - but thought some fans may enjoy the trip down memory lane... These are posted in my Man Cave and glad my college age son, and whole family is cool with the memorabilia - yes they are Fans too! At Charity Event - bought Signed Coach McDermot and Tyrod Taylor signed shirts. also have a signed Baseball by McCoy - cool seeing a star of one sport signing the equipment of another... At a golf tournament - Steve Tasker and Frank Reich signed my cap - had i known i would've worn a nice one! lol! WR Lee Evans Lit up on Game Day- cheesy but keeps overhead light off the TV... Signed Aaron Schobel Picture from his time...On the bottom is a Team 2005 plaque - had high hopes for those guys and really should throw it out but they were so bad i might get arrested for littering lol Andre Reed signed football - Gift from my awesome brother - signed by Bills Alumni Aaron Wiiliams, Bruce, Andre, Robert Woods and Daryl Talley - McCoy signed at his Softball Game event At a car dealership opening - all three stars were there and signed one for me and one for my son. In Person - these guys were awesome! Won this at a charity auction - Love Talley! Have his Kelly Jersey of course but here is a signed Kelly Picture... a few Bills Books and my dea friend Ken got one signed by Coach Levy My cousin had Thurman sign this - " To Al, The World's Biggest Bills Fan" - I know its not true but live and die with this team on Any Given Sunday. Thanks for letting me share...
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