• "Studies have shown that American children who learn to read by the third grade are less likely to end up in prison, drop out of school, or take drugs. Adults who read literature on a regular basis are nearly three times as likely to attend a performing arts event, almost four times as likely to visit an art museum, more than two-and-a-half times as likely to do volunteer or charity work, and over one-and-a-half times as likely to participate in sporting activities." --
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March 01, 2009


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Wow... just hypothetically, if someone broke into that room and stole all its contents, how much would all the amps, guitars, etc. be worth? Just hypothetically... I mean, say it was a homeless woman with 10 diseased African children and she really needed a Les Paul... how many thousands are we talking??? ;)


"The people in the next room over sounded like they were having a really good time for quite awhile (until about 5:30AM.) These walls are thin. Glad their bedposts didn't punch a hole through."

oh man. you poor thing.


Glad you finally got some rest; you guys were beginning to look pretty exhausted. Although, like Hallie said, I am sorry to hear of what you had to hear, haha.

Nice amps and guitars. The Goldtop is so awesome. I can't get over that, no matter how many times I see it. I don't know much about amps, but they all look pretty cool, especially the Orange ^_^;


Do the Es beside the check marks mean "excellent"?


Hey Thom. Great superblog. Honestly though, aside from the musician porn I think my favorite pic so far is that one of you with that smirk on your scruffy face! I was falling in love with Strut during the webcast today. Here's to hoping that you work on County Fair again, just so I can hear it again. I seriously can't wait to get this album on vinyl. I think Wildest Heart, slow and smooth, would sound ridiculously awesome on vinyl. Thanks again for the post. k-<><


Is Douche Rock an official genre, then?

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