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dimafleck: the living legend.

so how much less meaning does your life have now that jam is dead?

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It's dead in your world not mine . The scene south of the border is quite healthy and probably always will be you just came in when the mainstream peaked in and now it's back to where it belongs, just underneath the radar .

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I think my life has less (or maybe more) meaning after (or maybe during) Richard Page Trio at Avant-Garde Bar tonight, or rather Richard Page Trio at Avant-Garde Bar vs. something-to-do-with-Insane-Clown-Posse at Ritual next door (a lot of which came thumping through the walls). By the time I left, all of the police had left, but there was still a paramedic ambulance parked outside Ritual.

Aloha,

Brad

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I've been dead inside since Uncle Seth broke up.

Jay Moonah made the best ever microbrew and their show at Elements was a blast.

I remain impressed.

I think we've moved along rather than moved on.

You were in Seth? I went to Ryerson with Jay and he remains a friend, although I never see the guy.

Jam hasn't been the same since Dr. Huxtable's last-ever performance of their funk masterpiece, "New Funk Order". It put Sly & The Family Stone's entire funk catalogue to shame.

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