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Like Burned Out Bulbs on a Ferris Wheel, Part V: Growing Up

I still have a lot to learn, but I know I can be responsible, I can accept the consequences of what I choose to do, and I have found some peace in my life.

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The Not-So-Great Garage Shutdown Shindig: 10 Reasons Why I Won't Miss The Garage

They played one fifteen-minute song that was more like a series of loops with Chachi and Little Jimmy carrying the rhythms and Todd and Sean committing the musical equivalent of tagging the walls with their piss. It was awesome.

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Czy sa Kawa?: By Francis Funyons

Despite the obscene "Turkish" style coffee, I think Poland has at least one thing right. There is no decaf anywhere, at all.

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Ignore the Consumer, Consume the Ignored: The Second Column by Greg Barbera

Cure the symptom, ignore the cause.

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Week of Rock: Buzzcoks, Black Flag, The Dragons, Riverboat Gamblers, and more!

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Punk Rock and European Crushes: How Personal Choices Can Outweigh Fate

Maybe I should have forgotten just like she did. That way it really never would have happened.

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No, I Don't Want to Go to the Bar, Dammit!: by Greg Barbera

I found myself at the crossroads of decisions: Do I go see Black Taj - an offshoot of long-defunct indie rock heroes Polvo - at the Cat's Cradle in Carrboro? Or go home to my nine-months-pregnant and about to pop wife?

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Get Yer Yellin' Shoes on: It's Jai-Alai Time!

A sport that is about everything sports should be about: gambling, danger, emotion, hand-eye coordination, and yelling.

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The Rhythm Chicken's Alter Ego, The Rally Rabbit: Gets a Corporate Makeover

The real Rhythm Chicken is still in Poland.

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George Bush and Three Million Gallons of Liquified Chicken Waste: A Link to an Article That Todd Taylor Did on Punkvoter.com

Todd hasn't been a registered voter in years because he's still pissed off that the Electoral College is still in place, but when he sat down and really thought about it, he came to the conclusion that he really doesn't like George W. Bush one bit.

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Like Burned Out Bulbs on a Ferris Wheel: A Christian Punk Show on Halloween, 2000
I'm very uncomfortable around dogmatic Christians because I spent a lot of time for a couple years around a friend who always told me I was going to hell.
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Like the Devil Needs Matches: Part V

I know many people in rural areas that don't support the war but they are confused and scared by the display that people give. My point being, the message is noble and good, but shouldn't it be one to bring people in and not one to turn people away? I don't have any of the answers.

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