Monday, March 12, 2007

Love and hate in the streets of Hamtramck.

Posted By on Mon, Mar 12, 2007 at 4:53 PM

Having Internet issues here at MT. In the meantime here are some links to love and hate for this year's Blowout, as well as a handful of photos I shot with my crappy camera phone.

More later. Full recap in print this Wednesday.

--New Grenada aren't fans of the Blowout. At least their current emoticon mood is "optimistic."

--Ben Blackwell thinks the Hard Lessons might be "GGBB."

Blackreign & Ohkang at Jean's, Friday

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--Web Vomit and Motor City Rocks have posted their own (great) recaps, with photos, of the entire weekend.

The Hadituptoheres at Paycheck's, Friday

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And, finally, the hand dryer at K o C. I thought it was funny that there was a huge sign right next to the hand dryer that read "Hand Dryer," with an arrow. Anyways.

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