That stamp was issued in 1980:
And 1980 also has a Friday, Oct 31st:
October 1980Su Mo Tu We Th Fr Sa 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 1112 13 14 15 16 17 1819 20 21 22 23 24 2526 27 28 29 30 31
But DNA Lounge wasn't called that until 1985.
Oh, damn. I thought I was being clever.
You didn't rename the club?
No, he didn't. See the history of how he came to own the Lounge, and what the name DNA allegedly means.
I still seek details on what was going on here in the years between 1977 and 1985; I know almost nothing about that period, including what additional names the club had.
The stamp was issued in December 1980.
Why were they using a $0.19 stamp anyway? Postcards did not cost that much until 1991.
Yeah, I saw December but was under the impression from that page that that's when the stamp poster was issued. But I didn't try to verify it with any other source. Given the DNA wasn't named as such until 1985, it doesn't much matter anyway. I didn't know stamps stayed in print/circulation so long, though.
So how are you going to top two round-trip tickets to Mazatlan?
"I was drugged and left for dead in Mexico, and all I got was this stupid t-shirt."
Yeah, that's why I put the year on the flyer. I figure the flyer's also a memento, and it's nice to know the year in that case.
The other reason is for people like this one guy I know, who found one of our flyers at Rasputin like 2 years after the event, and was like "wow, they're great, I love that band, can't wait to see 'em!" What's great is he still didn't notice the year on the flyer! :)
that FLYER. fucking AWESOME.
someday i can be old like buz and impress kewl klub owners with my nifty flyer collection!
so you talk about owning a purple suit, and what costume but the Joker would work for that?
behold your answer:
I got sucked into the long and winding path of the log from the beginning... Needless to say, I saw up very late. Exactly which decade does it look like you'll make it to profitability? And yes, excellent flyers. :D