"Hope to see some SkaSummit rudies in the crowd. Come on out and have some fun, and support these great California bands!! Kingston A Go-Go fresh out of the studio and The Supressors are driving down from Fresno just for you...only $10."
It's a month away and is set to go! Come on out and have a great time at DiPiazza's!We have DJs spinning ska, skinhead reggae, mod and soul4 great 60's influenced bands!The CommotionsKingston A Go-GoThe New FidelityThe Suppressors$1021 and overFor those you worried about drinking and driving, you can find a great deal on a clean hotel that's 100 yards from the club. Just request the "DiPiazza rate" = $70 per night.See More
"THIS SHOW HAS BEEN MOVED (yeah nice one day notice eh'?).
THE SHOW WILL BE AT A POOL HALL CALLED Q BONKERS 9364 Magnolia Ave
Riverside, CA 92503 (951) 688-4866
The new location is off the 91 fwy and Van…"
Thanks Roots, Yeah, I must admit that it does feel good to get down to the proper weight for someone my age and height but I sure don't recommend the diet / route I took to get here.
I was on a weeks vacation just north of San Diego, Calif. at my time share there when I ended up going to emergency at the local hospital. It took a few bad days to figure out what was wrong with me....Turns out a gall stone had left the gall bladder and got sucked into my pancreas blocking a bile duct, which infected my pancreas giving me pancreatitis, which keep me from eating anything for almost 18 days in the acute care ward. Wow, talk about heavy pain medication - 24 hr time released morphine and a magic button I could press whenever I needed more dope for the pain.
It took me 6 months to get well enough to have the gal bladder taken out, in the process they discovered that I have a hernia that needs an operation (oh perfect!) and that my liver is f*cked as well, apparently I have had Hep C for at least 20 yrs cause that is how long it takes to show any symptoms, They did some tests and sure enough, I have advanced chirrosis and will need to take a year long interfon treatment to cure the hep c. which in turn will quit messing with my liver (oh, even more perfect) and then the doctor give me the pamphlet to read about the cure medicine - it asks you if you ever get depressed or have thoughts of ending your life? (huh?) Because, if you don't, this medicine will likely give them to you and you will feel like you have the flu for a year - then you will be cured (if I am still around)
Well.......this is way more info than you needed, I'm sure, and I look at it like "this is the price I have to pay for all the fun I had earlier in my life" so I am not choked about my health issues. I take it all in stride, I know that there is light at the end of the tunnel and if I do what my doctors tell me and I keep up the improved eating and exercise routine, I will be fine.