Mojitos are proof that God loves the hungover and the weary.
She was totally not into me taking her picture. Especially after like the sixteenth one. I feel I may have been crossing a line.
When the food came out, you would have thought SXSW was a Depression-era bread line.
Yes, that is Efren Ramirez from "Napoleon Dynamite" spinning for the party.
"You ready to rock you sonsabitches!? I'm Rachel Ray dammit!"
The Raveonettes don't eat.
-- Craig Hlavaty
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