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    Schwa. got a reaction from Davey Boy 2.0 in Sloan in King's Town   
    DUDE!  I'm there.....and then in Ottawa for the long weekend after that to throw down on my birthday.  Look the fuck out, ya'll......someone arrange a Gad-danged house party ferchristsakes!
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    Schwa. got a reaction from bouche in Horrible news for our community: RIP BradM   
    I went to the bradm well on the archive tonight after work to delve into just how much time and effort this man has put into spreading his love of music.  The list of recordings is staggering.  
    https://archive.org/search.php?query=bradm&sort=-publicdate
    Friends, there are 831 individual concert recording in Brad's Archive.  Soak that in.  Click the link and have a look at the shear number of bands he's seen and the incredible distances that it must have taken him.   It truly was his passion and now is a legacy that I am positive each and every one of us would be honoured to call our own.  I'll be honouring and remembering Brad with a gigantic smile for years and years to come because of this amazing gift that he has bestowed upon the music world.  
     
    My first bradm Archival smile came tonight as I chose this show:
    https://archive.org/details/nero2002-12-21.sbd.shnf
    I am pretty sure that this was Punk's first show with nero.  As I listened to Carol of Bells in the second set I could distinctly hear drunk-as-fuck Schwa. coming through the recording loud and clear.....fuck you, my voice carries, ok?!   LOL.   I couldn't help but picture Brad standing by his rig just grimacing and wishing that this loud guy would just bugger off and stop jibbering over his recording.  Sorry BRO!!!  Personally, and I think I speak for a lot of my friends here, I mourn tragic events like this but there is far greater merit in celebrating a life force like Brad once it has left us.  I'll be keeping brad in my heart through memories like this one.  
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    Schwa. got a reaction from meggo in Horrible news for our community: RIP BradM   
    I went to the bradm well on the archive tonight after work to delve into just how much time and effort this man has put into spreading his love of music.  The list of recordings is staggering.  
    https://archive.org/search.php?query=bradm&sort=-publicdate
    Friends, there are 831 individual concert recording in Brad's Archive.  Soak that in.  Click the link and have a look at the shear number of bands he's seen and the incredible distances that it must have taken him.   It truly was his passion and now is a legacy that I am positive each and every one of us would be honoured to call our own.  I'll be honouring and remembering Brad with a gigantic smile for years and years to come because of this amazing gift that he has bestowed upon the music world.  
     
    My first bradm Archival smile came tonight as I chose this show:
    https://archive.org/details/nero2002-12-21.sbd.shnf
    I am pretty sure that this was Punk's first show with nero.  As I listened to Carol of Bells in the second set I could distinctly hear drunk-as-fuck Schwa. coming through the recording loud and clear.....fuck you, my voice carries, ok?!   LOL.   I couldn't help but picture Brad standing by his rig just grimacing and wishing that this loud guy would just bugger off and stop jibbering over his recording.  Sorry BRO!!!  Personally, and I think I speak for a lot of my friends here, I mourn tragic events like this but there is far greater merit in celebrating a life force like Brad once it has left us.  I'll be keeping brad in my heart through memories like this one.  
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    Schwa. got a reaction from edger in Horrible news for our community: RIP BradM   
    I went to the bradm well on the archive tonight after work to delve into just how much time and effort this man has put into spreading his love of music.  The list of recordings is staggering.  
    https://archive.org/search.php?query=bradm&sort=-publicdate
    Friends, there are 831 individual concert recording in Brad's Archive.  Soak that in.  Click the link and have a look at the shear number of bands he's seen and the incredible distances that it must have taken him.   It truly was his passion and now is a legacy that I am positive each and every one of us would be honoured to call our own.  I'll be honouring and remembering Brad with a gigantic smile for years and years to come because of this amazing gift that he has bestowed upon the music world.  
     
    My first bradm Archival smile came tonight as I chose this show:
    https://archive.org/details/nero2002-12-21.sbd.shnf
    I am pretty sure that this was Punk's first show with nero.  As I listened to Carol of Bells in the second set I could distinctly hear drunk-as-fuck Schwa. coming through the recording loud and clear.....fuck you, my voice carries, ok?!   LOL.   I couldn't help but picture Brad standing by his rig just grimacing and wishing that this loud guy would just bugger off and stop jibbering over his recording.  Sorry BRO!!!  Personally, and I think I speak for a lot of my friends here, I mourn tragic events like this but there is far greater merit in celebrating a life force like Brad once it has left us.  I'll be keeping brad in my heart through memories like this one.  
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    Schwa. got a reaction from Davey Boy 2.0 in Boooooooooche   
    is ok, i guess.
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    Schwa. got a reaction from Davey Boy 2.0 in Happy Birthday Schwa.   
    DISPENSE PILLS.
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    Schwa. got a reaction from Nitro Compression in Jamland   
    can i bring my dog to the theater to see this?  dogs?  no dogs?  what's the deal?
     
    I think I have one line in the whole documentary and it's about an erection.  epic fail'd.
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    Schwa. got a reaction from mark tonin in Jamland   
    can i bring my dog to the theater to see this?  dogs?  no dogs?  what's the deal?
     
    I think I have one line in the whole documentary and it's about an erection.  epic fail'd.
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    Schwa. got a reaction from Davey Boy 2.0 in This Thread is about Davey Boy   
    Are there any skanks that consider themselves to be big fans of Davey Boyl? I don't mean the casual guy that just mashes both flippers at once, but rather the one who thinks of himself as the 'Tommy' of his town?
     
    I'm fairly addicted, but haven't found too many Davey Boys out here in our nations capital. I've actually reached the point that I might buy one or two for our basement playroom.
     
    Favourite memories playing ? Favourite Davey Boys?
     
    I'm partial to the late 80's / early 90's Davey Boys like Tommy, Justin Timberlake, C-towns and reaching back a bit earlier to Booche.....way back actually.
     
    My favourite memory is playing Davey Boy at the old Lincoln Mall in St. Catharines while we waited for the local Ticketmaster to give away wrist bands to big shows, which always got released at 5pm. I would go there straight from my dealer to wait and those two hours just melted away. That was a time when I could drop in fifty cents in Davey Boy and play for an hour or more.
     
    Have any of you considered buying a Davey Boy instead of a decent used car?
     

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    Schwa. got a reaction from bouche in This Thread is about Davey Boy   
    Are there any skanks that consider themselves to be big fans of Davey Boyl? I don't mean the casual guy that just mashes both flippers at once, but rather the one who thinks of himself as the 'Tommy' of his town?
     
    I'm fairly addicted, but haven't found too many Davey Boys out here in our nations capital. I've actually reached the point that I might buy one or two for our basement playroom.
     
    Favourite memories playing ? Favourite Davey Boys?
     
    I'm partial to the late 80's / early 90's Davey Boys like Tommy, Justin Timberlake, C-towns and reaching back a bit earlier to Booche.....way back actually.
     
    My favourite memory is playing Davey Boy at the old Lincoln Mall in St. Catharines while we waited for the local Ticketmaster to give away wrist bands to big shows, which always got released at 5pm. I would go there straight from my dealer to wait and those two hours just melted away. That was a time when I could drop in fifty cents in Davey Boy and play for an hour or more.
     
    Have any of you considered buying a Davey Boy instead of a decent used car?
     

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