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Drenched In Blog: 99 Problems.....

What is a boy to do? I got a warrant on the books, an itchy driving foot, and the need for some serious chilaxing.....

Should I go see Sonic Youth in Austin, at Stubbs’s? Or catch the Black Lips down the street at Emo’s? It’s valium versus speed, people. Let God sort ‘em out!! Black Lips are hitting the Engine Room tomorrow night, so maybe I should just stop tempting the law dogs and stay home. Besides, Ricky Martin’s hitting the Toyota Center Sunday night, too. That’s gonna be brutal as hell.

Either way, both towns will be rockin’ this weekend. Have fun, and let’s do our best to stave off Monday morning. – Craig Hlavaty

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