Are you feeling the pain? Is the lack of travel feeding your unsatisfied wanderlust? Are you worried the life will only get darker? What will replace Dark Mofo?
We may not be able to help, but we will not go to our grave without trying? You’re invited to Dan and Dave’s, dark and dangerous, fireside chat. We probably won’t sing kumbaya and try to exorcise the demon we know as covid-19.
Or, we might! That’s right folks...spike a marshmallow, lift the cork from Nicole’s 100 year old port, wrap a little damper around your stick and get ready for a little visit to Tasmania... where Dan and Dave are bloody cold and need your warmth!
Often described as the living embodiment of peyote. Those who have tuned into the fireside chats, often come away feeling they have taken peyote and are enlightened. Is he the modern day Bhagwan Shri Rajneesh (later to be known as Osho ... as opposed to Osher Günsberg from Bachelorette and voice on Bondi Rescue who seems really nice)?
Whilst he is still saving for his first Rolls Royce, commune and mass of devotees, his talks continue to inspire and he is very fond of orange.
If Dan is the Bhagwan, Dave is his Sheela (minus the bad stuff, a commune in Oregon and free love. NB He always charged or paid!).
He woke up one morning, and he heard a disturbing sound. He said, “when I woke up ’that’ morning I heard a disturbing sound. What I heard was the jingle-jangle of a thousand lost souls. And I’m talking about the souls of all the men and women, departed from this life. Wait a minute, the Lord says the souls of us here on earth is, secret of divine life, they'll not find. Because it's too late... Too late yeah, too late for them to ever see again, the light they once chose not to follow, don't be lost when the time comes. For the day of the Lord cometh, out of deep in the night. Amen.” At that point he said:
“yes, Yes! Jesus H. god damned bastard Christ, I have seen the light!”
That may or may not be the words of James Brown playing Reverend Cleophus or John Belushi in the Blues Brothers, but it still holds true and is the cornerstone of the fireside chats.