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Let's see, it's now 4 p.m. Wednesday, or about 26 hours before doors open for Ms. Gaga's Born This Way Ball, and look at what we have here. Our wonderful receptionist Abe happened to swing by Toyota Center on his bike on the way back from lunch. At least the weather is gorgeous.

Hope you guys are having fun! What are you going to do when you need to pee?

Rocks Off just did some quick clicking around, and it looks like selected tickets are still available. The one we selected was going for $175. Better hurry...

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