Raven's Trikes

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  1. you stung me with that one...although I've now learned how to play it, b e careful, you might be creating a monster.
  2. one of the coolest dudes you'll ever meet...don't mess with the BMS..sorry, I'm just up late again...

  3. Hello and welcome to the ULC, check out the thread in the legal questions section titled "confused about new york?"

  4. Hello, and welcome to the ULC!

  5. figure out who you are, dude.

  6. and one more if you don't mind, this song took me a while to find, because I couldn't remember the title properly...anyway, it speaks of the connection between the audience and the band...perhaps some of the old timers will spot this one...
  7. great music there Hexalpa! I was actually lumping both the Ventures version and Santo and Johnny's version in as one when I said the "older song" of sleepwalk. Yes I do have excellent woofers! todays offering is one by the Ozark Mountain Daredevils - "there is a road..to glory, somehow hidden in the past....behind the gold, behind the treasure, behind the mask..""
  8. Thanks for the reply. I don't think its a big deal, if the dates don't match up, because I think both dates are valid...one is the date I ordained them and the other would be the date ULC recorded them into the church rolls....but it would be nice and help to avoid confusion if both dates could be lined up. I hope to ordain many people this year.
  9. both are beutiful songs, one being much more famous than the other of course. The older song being more what I would call "surfer" music, and the newer being more "hippy trippy". I would also say that the White Witch version is more "outside the box". Although they released only two albums, they were rule breakers and not afraid to be "weird", they helped pave the way for the many androgynous glam fab bands of the 70's and 80's, such as Angel or Mott the Hoople.
  10. My question, simply put, is will HQ honor the date I say I ordained someone? As I like to hand out a credential at the time of ordination.
  11. ok, first apologies to all in NYC and Texas and BOC fans everywhere for my screw-up;- shows you what a BOC fan I really am (not)..but they are two very different words, and Long Island a world of its own. my current mood is Sleepwalk by White Witch..they're out of Florida; Tampa I think.
  12. "secret treaties" was a better record, also check out ZZ top's "first album", neither of which I can find on youtube, but both are excellent examples of Texas rock at its best.
  13. of course, even in the "simpler time" things seemed complicated enough,...and the good 'ol days were never that good, and the future ain't as bad it seems...IMO
  14. well, my old lady asked me why I was getting "misty eyed"...its just that listening to ELO brings back memories of a simpler time.. ..
  15. .....but that's a slim chance, he's going to the boulevard, the dirty boulevard
  16. Hey please tell us why, you had to hide away for sooo long...
  17. this is one of my favorite ULC images...Kirby looks very determined...not sure what battle he was off to fight, but the guys behind him look like they're wearing lab coats...
  18. "Do only that which is right" is the main one. Beyond that the following paragraph is often quoted in ULC related websites: "The Universal Life Church has no traditional doctrine. We as an organization believe in that which is right. Each individual has the privilege and responsibility to determine what is right for themselves, as long as it does not infringe on the rights of others. We do not stand between you and your God. We are active advocates of the First Amendment of the Constitution of the United States of America. WE ARE ADVOCATES OF THE GOOD LIFE! We want to be competent, to be proficient, to be cooperative, to love our fellow man, to appreciate, to be humble, to be honest, to be moral, to live positively, to be what we profess." this is attributed to Rev. Kirby although I'm not sure if he actually said it just like that. I've taken the course in "Universal Life" so that makes me a "Doctor of Universal Life", which means I'm qualified to copy and paste stuff. I also recomment Kirby's book "A New Life, Do You Want It"...you may not agree with all he has to say, but it's sure to get your thinking in a new way. Currently I'm saving up for a copy of his condensed Bible, of which I've heard many good things about.
  19. Thanks Stormson, I didn't know Joe Jackson was with SOFA entertainment but why should I be surprised...what an ass that guy is. I'm in a melancholy mood today; as performed by Poco.
  20. I'm extremely distraught by the fact that SOFA entertainment has "pulled the plug" on this video...it was a fine, in fact a most excellent performance by the Jackson Five on the Ed Sullivan show...it was free to everyone once upon a time, why can't it be free to everyone now? sigh...
  21. it's been a mixture of pleasure and pain, but still its been worth it...
  22. interesting that the Pacific Garden Ministries got its name by moving into a building previously occupied by the notorious "Pacific Beer Garden". Great photos RR!