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You’ve Got a Friend in Drenched

My editors, Keith and Chris, said that if I don’t dramatically increase my friend count on the Drenched In Blog MySpace profile that certain actions will be taken. Like I can’t use words like “bitchin” or “badass” in my daily blogs here. Also, I may only be restricted to one awkward homoerotic slip-up per week. Thus my Josh Homme worship will be drastically diminished. This can’t happen.

If you are reading this and have a MySpace profile, do what you know in your heart is right. Donate to the March of Dimes. Become a Big Brother or Big Sister.

I mean, add Drenched In Blog as a friend. Someone else can do that other stuff, anyway.

Guess I got to flash some Jagger batch to get your attentions. – Craig Hlavaty

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