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Last Night at Boondocks

Oh, did people dress up? Yeah. And we took pictures.

At last, a healthy looking Ms. Winehouse. Rarrrr!

This guy knew a lot about the new big-screen adaptation of the Japanese cartoon. Almost too much.

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“We were somewhere near Montrose and Westheimer when the acid took hold.”

Hey, it’s that one kid I see everywhere! It turns out he’s not even of legal drinking age. He was lumbering behind Boondocks reeking of petulance and cheap vodka.

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