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Tom Foolery
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 +6Posted on May 16th, 2010 | re: Stereogum & Videogum Present: The 'Gum Bowl (21 comments)

You need to read more funny sentences.

This looks like fun, and if I had the means, I would RRUUUUUUUUUUUN to this event.

 +1Posted on Mar 17th, 2010 | re: Stereogum & team9 Present... MySplice 4: 2009 Mashed Up (64 comments)

This is a test:

 0Posted on Mar 17th, 2010 | re: Holy Fuck - "Latin America" (5 comments)

See this band live.

 +3Posted on Mar 8th, 2010 | re: R.I.P. Mark Linkous (31 comments)

Complaining about articles that have no actual bearing on how you choose to remember someone in overrated, shutting up about it and moving on is sadly underrated. That being said, good article, sad news, great music.

 0Posted on Mar 2nd, 2010 | re: Pavement 2010 Reunion Begins In Auckland (19 comments)

I hope he forgets his glasses in North America too; I’ll be gutted if they don’t play Here at least one of the times that I see them.

 0Posted on Feb 16th, 2010 | re: Cap'n Jazz Reunite And Prep Reissue (3 comments)

Between this and last year’s Sunny Day Real Estate reunion, 16 year old me just keeps losing his mind over here.

Really great photo set; props to Mr. Muir. I feel like the clouds would keep me interested no matter who happened to be playing.

 0Posted on Feb 4th, 2010 | re: More Bonnaroo 2010 Lineup Rumors: Jay-Z, Stevie Wonder (9 comments)

That’s a shame; a clear split between acts I would thoroughly enjoy (Jay-Z, Stevie Wonder, Paul Simon) and acts I’d rather not pay money to see (Kings on Leon, Dave Matthews). You’re tearing me apart, Bonnaroo!

 0Posted on Feb 2nd, 2010 | re: Broken Social Scene Album, Tour News (6 comments)

That Toronto date with Pavement and Band of Horses is silly good.

 0Posted on Jan 28th, 2010 | re: Catching Up With Pete Doherty (12 comments)

Come on, this has happened to all of us at some point; you put on a jacket or pants you haven’t worn in a while, and you find some money (score!) or a candy (gross) in one of the pockets. The only difference with Pete Doherty is that he keeps different kinds of things in his pockets. Rock and Roll.