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#121 Joe24

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Posted 13 April 2018 - 03:58 PM

self explanatory

 

I weighed 153 in off season coach said your going #25,

 

Just curious why you didn't say no?


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#122 Joe24

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Posted 13 April 2018 - 03:59 PM

In the Year of the Consulship of Tertullus and Sacerdos I wrestled for Macedonia Superior Unattached.

 

MSU...LMAO



#123 killdozer

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Posted 16 April 2018 - 03:07 AM

Pegboy is playing again with Bollweevils (never a fan, but really nice guys) this coming Tuesday... $20 is pricey for a punk rock show. We've been spoiled.

 

Raygun I love and Effigies were great... even some of their mid-'80s dancier tunes from "Fly On a Wire" and "Ink." John Kezdie came to DeKalb and let me interview him for a story I did on Effigies for my 'zine. Nice guy, SUPER conservative and unapologetic about being a state's attorney and locking up a lot of old punkers. I have always wondered how he and Steve Albini are so close.

 

I'm too young to have seen Big Black in their day, but did see Dijits a good number of times. I never saw Rick with Supersuckers, though. That would have been fun. Big Black at T&G25 was awesome and Dijits never fail to impress.

 

My only experience with UO was meeting Nash Kato backstage at a Green Party rally in Chicago I was covering leading up to the 2000 presidential election. He and Eddie Vedder were way shorter than I expected, but very nice people. I had never been that close to Jello Biafra until then and will never stand that close to him again. Not only does he not like capitalism, but he mustn't like deodorant or showering regularly either.

 

So you are the other wrestler that was a music writer as well. Glad to meet you.

The Dijits (Freaking Auto Correct) were great. Did you ever see his band the Gaza Strippers? Of course my favorite Rick Sims band is the Lee Harvey Oswald Band... They were amazing. 

I saw UO quite a few times.. The best was them opening for Nirvana in Sept of 91. Cobain started a minor riot because bouncers were being a bit rough. Everyone came on stage and Cops were called. When they got there, Noveselic got everyone off stage and then played for 40 more minutes. The bouncers just protected the clubs stuff. So from July to Sept 1991 St. Louis was the place to have a show if you wanted to start a riot.  

Now I know we have been at the same shows. 


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#124 StallWarning

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Posted 17 April 2018 - 12:33 AM

You have been warned.  One more and I'll deduct a point.



#125 Rakkasan91

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Posted 22 April 2018 - 12:46 PM

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My favorite Regiment I served in.


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#126 whyme25

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Posted 22 April 2018 - 01:26 PM

Just curious why you didn't say no?

 

Then I would have been no25-4 Me






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