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Sorry for the lack of your usual Sunday episode. Been busy making ready for the big party! Check out the super cool invite for a hint of what’s to come:
Tuesday we headed to the Star Bar to wish good luck and bon voyagey to degenerate ED. She’s been a regular at degenerate gatherings for years but is headed west, much farther west than we are. We arrived early to find the joint dead empty but by midnight the usual wall to wall booty shaking commenced with DJ Romeo Cologne at the helm, as he has been for longer than I can recall for the weekly funk session. The crowd has changed over the years but the songs remain the same.
Degenerate JH sent us this report:
Headed to the Echo Lounge last night. The first band, Rutebegga, was a
strange act akin to Jucifer. They were a drum & bass duo trashing about.
They're good at what they do, but the limitations of the lineup become
apparent when the songs all start to sound pretty much the same.
The Stimulants played the best show I've seen them do in a while. I think Sue
even changed one of her guitar solos. And they threw their instruments around
at the end.

Degenerate SHC sent us this response to the CNN report:
Hey Man,
I have a possible explanation for the lack of media interest in the military/government presence at CNN...
Now that the Greenpeace girl has come down from the tree, there's only two people left on Earth, one person in Georgia, and some guy in Holland, that didn't already know who really gets to decide what you watch.
The writers just make most of this stuff up. It's a trick to keep your mind off of taxes, and make you want to buy things. Sorry.

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