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In this call Bruce W. calls a local Salad Works and asks the employee a lot of questions while trying to find a good hang out.
Everyday I sit down and look over the stats that we get about the website. One of the sections on the report shows what people search for to find us, and what the most read entries are. I’m a little surprised that the most read entry of all-time is the review that I wrote for American Reunion. It was an ok movie, but I don’t see why people are taking the time to search for it this far after it has been released. Then I noticed an alarming number of people enter the site with 1 single search term: “Who is the girl that Jim babysat in American Reunion.” 14,689 people have found this site by typing that term. Followed closely by variations of that term which all show to me that they just want to know who the girl is that took her top off in the movie. I’m a little disappointed with myself…That 23-year-old girl showed her tits in a movie and I wasn’t nice enough to mention her name in my review…Well, not only will I tell you her name, but I will offer a service to all the horny pre-teen boys that are trying to find out. Come along as I show you the way…but try to hold it until the end.
We met up with Jason from “To Write Love On Her Arms” a non-profit organization that specializes in helping people struggling with addiction, depression, self-injury and suicide. They work closely with a lot of bands at the Warped Tour and this is what they had to say about it.
Selfish Dreamers – Scheduled To Be Released On July 24.
Kick Back Tomorrow, a 5-piece rock band from Philadelphia that makes music based on their wide range of influences, announces the release of their debut EP, “Selfish Dreamers” and release show with Punchline. Scheduled to be released on July 24, the album was partly fan-funded through a crowdfunding platform. Over $750 was raised in 14 days by fans using IndieGoGo.com.
Matthew and Santoro host. Topics include an in-depth account of a hardcore show from pre-show to post-show, how to use a camera, theatrics at concerts, listening parties, taking a lot of breaks, website updates, plans for after the show and the host’s favorite shows.