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dirty deeds... and the dunderchief


rendezvous out in nowheresville

hey those of you in the nati.. did anyone else see the strange plague of tiny bugs tonight? driving home i pegged a few dozen on my windshield, and then when we came back out of the apartment there were a thousand of them in the air. the rain seemed to drive them away, but it was really creepy there for a while.

so i'm curious about greg graffin's new solo disc cold as the clay. the few songs on his myspace site are bluegrass-folksy, a very different sound from his previous disc american lesion, which was very piano-melody-driven. but hey, i liked that one, he's a great songwriter and brett gurewitz produced this one. guess a little bluegrass can't hurt.


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Blogger Nickolini Says:

I drove through the bug blizzard from Hamilton to West Chester. Tiny little bastards staining my windshield. It's the next plague. I guess it wasn't just the Nati.

Blogger B-Call Says:

I think they're flying ants. That's what they look like. I remember seeing them last summer when it got to be about this time and it was just humid as nuts. Once their food supply of human flesh runs out, they'll go away.

Blogger MikeE Says:

Its all about the rain. You'll see them right before its about to rain.

Blogger B-Call Says:

I'll rain down on you.


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