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[ mood | guitar ]


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Love ain't no picnic
9 hella rad dudes|c'mon brah!

Teamwork [22 Aug 2004|03:54pm]

2 hella rad dudes|c'mon brah!

Poetry Reading! [19 Jul 2004|07:01pm]

Come to Brad's open mic poetry reading on Sunday July 25th at 8:30 pm sharp. It's located at the park bordering between The Promenade and New West Minister (Gazebo and violent fountain behind St. E) Pass it on!
c'mon brah!

TICKET FOR SALE, x- posted [07 Jul 2004|11:14am]

i have a between the buried and me ticket i need to sell for the july 30th show. i am unable to go to this show. So if someone can take this ticket off my hands, I will be forever grateful.
it is ten dollars, contact me via email, tepzdj@hotmail.com
c'mon brah!

cover songs are cool, i guess. [29 Jun 2004|06:10pm]

post a cover song that you think is neat.

johnny cash - the mercy seat (nick cave cover)

oh yeah, and a link, i guess.

oh, and there's a picture of scene boys fooling around behind the cut.

you know, just to keep things interesting.Collapse )
3 hella rad dudes|c'mon brah!

x-posted like crazy, we like to share music [27 Jun 2004|04:38am]

i hate self promoting but we want to share our music, i put up are whole ep online for you, so listen please and tell me what you think http://www.hxcmp3.com/william_shatner_sings_the_blues
c'mon brah!

t-dot is no g-dot [06 Jun 2004|04:27pm]

[ mood | asshole ]

are you down with brown

1 hella rad dude|c'mon brah!

The real source of the Iraqi war! [06 Jun 2004|03:01pm]

Apparently we've been wrong all along. It isn't the oil companies, or George Bush behind this whole war in Iraq.

It's Starbucks!!!

...or at least that's what this guy thinks:

c'mon brah!

keep dreaming, i hold the title [06 Jun 2004|01:17pm]

[ mood | accomplished ]

c'mon brah!

I AM SO SICK OF THE USA [23 May 2004|03:52am]

[ mood | angry ]

i am left with such a sour distaste in my mouth, i heard on the radio a line that struck a serious chord with me
" only place to find freeodm is in a dictionary"
everyone go to this website

1 hella rad dude|c'mon brah!

Suburban Spoken Word [22 May 2004|03:21am]

I received this email. I might go down. They do an awesome Open Mic.

That's right, Sunday May 30 is the next installment of the ever-intriguing Suburban Spoken Word, featuring the best and brightest the poetry scene has to offer.

This time around, hear the inspiring performance poetry of Amanda Hiebert,
and the elegant perfections from Noah Leznoff.

Begins at 8 p.m., cover $5, and open stage for all. Free peanuts may be

Venue is Queen of Hearts Pub, 390 Steeles Ave. W.

Hope to see you there,


3 hella rad dudes|c'mon brah!

the man on the moon. [21 May 2004|10:48pm]

apparently andy kaufman wasn't kidding.
twenty years after faking his death, he's back.

his reputed blog.
yahoo news report.

side note, roll call for mayfest tomorrow? blood for blood cancelled, but who the fuck cares. 100 demons, mental, tkd, and final word are still playing, and that's all that matters.
5 hella rad dudes|c'mon brah!

boston robbed me of my livelihood (an excursion through the minds eye) [21 May 2004|06:32pm]


this is my autographed picture of capitain highliner

its kickin'


1 hella rad dude|c'mon brah!

[20 May 2004|08:34pm]

One day, I set number five on my car radio to a station playing jazz. It was one of those moments where I was tired of my regular alt rock station and wanted to listen to something else for a while. At least, I think that's how the story starts...

As it turns out, this particular station, KFCF, was not just a jazz station, but an affiliate free speech radio. That being KPFA out of Berkley, CA.

Anyway... http://kpfa.org Right now, they are doing pledge drives for this listener supported station. You can listen to them on the internet. And no, you don't have to donate. I'm not asking you to.

Just thought it was worth sharing here.
c'mon brah!

see my vest! [17 May 2004|09:16am]

Hello, I am now part of this glorious community....I don't know what it's intent is, but I was told to join. Here is a written piece I wrote a while ago:

I seeCollapse )
1 hella rad dude|c'mon brah!

In the Spirit of the Unique [17 May 2004|01:19am]

I thought I'd share with you a few sites I found a while back. I can't recall how exactly I came across these sites, but they appear in my list of favorites, so I suppose I must have liked them at some point...

http://www.hoogerbrugge.com - This is a Flash site, and quite possibly not for slow connections, but what's there is quite impressive and very amusing.

http://www.ingredientx.com - home of Tales of Mere Existance. Some of the stuff I originally saw here has been taken down cause the guy's trying to sell DVDs, but take a look at what he has.

http://www.c-realm.com/comix/index.cgi - A webcomic that's NOT about pop-culture, video games, being stuck in Japan, or saving the world.

Did I do good for my first entry here?
2 hella rad dudes|c'mon brah!

BAKAWK! [17 May 2004|03:24am]

[ mood | jnfiuufuufuuuf ]

i'm the first one to post here.

fuck all your other friends, they're all posers.

your true friends lie in the state that's round on the ends and high in the middle, motherfucker.

i love you lee. go to windsor with us! WHOO!

also, i hate 'pop' television, so that makes this somewhat relevant. YOU'RE FIRED. or whatever.

2 hella rad dudes|c'mon brah!

FOUND magazine. [12 May 2004|12:16am]

seeing as how i'm the founder and maintainer i should probably make the first post so you can get an idea of what i'd like this community to be about.

carslbad, california

i found this yesterday inside the front cover of a used book.
it says "Ken" on the back. dig the kid's natty plaid bow tie;
goes well with the shirley temple.

this is an excerpt from the FOUND magazine website. i read about the magazine in a zine -- i can't remember if it was law of inertia or rockpile or punk planet or what. basically, it is a collective of people devoted to the cult of the discovered and discarded.

they collect found letters, photographs, and, i quote: "anything that gives a glimpse into someone else's life." all of this is done without sarcastic dismissal. there's a quiet reverence for people's private things there, a lot of curiosity.

shortly after hearing about it, i came across the newest issue at work (chapters yonge & steeles). i wasn't the only one to, it seems like; all four copies were sold pretty much within a week.

i just wanted to spread word, if possible, of this oddly touching magazine. it's thought-provoking and has a really neat punk aesthetic. check it out.

9 hella rad dudes|c'mon brah!

just testing the layout. [11 May 2004|08:49pm]

[ mood | accomplished ]

yo yo ma.

4 hella rad dudes|c'mon brah!

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