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The Big Tweet: Tontons Pictures, Chamillionaire in L.A., Dead Body at Bonnaroo, Yoko Tweets and More

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New live shots of thetontons: "Awesome. Add them to our flickr group. RT @kittenfc got a few photos of y'all at warehouse live last week. http://tinyurl.com/nf4uyy"

A weather report from Morein: "It's just keeps getting hotter in Houston! When will the rain come?"

Words of wisdom from yokoono: "You are water. I'm water. We're all water in different containers. That's why it's so easy to meet. Someday we'll evaporate together."

R.I.P. Dave Rask, via CraigHlavaty: "Will Miss Dave Rask....Thanks for the music and the friendship....http://www.myspace.com/daverask"

One happy dominiquemusic: "laughing..smiling.."

Disturbing news from Tennessee via pitchforkmedia: "Dead body found at Bonnaroo http://bit.ly/muhdT"

So are we, waysidedrive: "I am soooooooo ready for a nap."

Travel update from chamillionaire: "Landed..... LAX"

Question from _Dayta_: "Does anyone know who took pics @ Boondocks lastnight?"

And one from veronicasmusic: "Jessicaveronica: What city am I in today?"

...and the answer: "Jessicaveronica: hahah Houston! THANK YOU my loves <3"

Keep Austin Weird, octopusproject: "Just saw a City of Austin worker gingerly carrying an enormous hamburger costume out of someone's backyard."

One more from chamillionaire: "Yep. Just like I thought. These ol Hollywood hotels always got weird food on the menu. At least the lemonade was good."

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Chris Gray has been Music Editor for the Houston Press since 2008. He is the proud father of a Beatles-loving toddler named Oliver.
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