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St. Paul and The Broken Bones and Converse

Hello there you anonymous pumpkin dances (Hello there submitted by ArmyOfLamps)

Today I went to a local radio station (Lightning 100) and saw a mini-concert by, as the title suggests, St. Paul and The Broken Bones. There was a trumpeter there as well who was fantastic. The whole band did amazing, and the singer’s voice was incredible.

In other news, for the past few days I’ve been searching the internet for a pair of Gorillaz Converse in my size. Unfortunately, they came out almost 5 years ago and there are barely any left in ANY size. So I was thinking I could attempt to draw something cool on the next pair of Converse I get, which will be white so I can add my own decorations. On them, I want to have a TØP symbol, 2D’s head, and some other stuff. But my worry is that whenever it rains, the designs will just fade away. The solution to that is to use permanent marker, but that means that I’ll have to find someone who can draw something perfectly first time in permanent marker ON A SHOE.

Also I’m interested in the piano, so I’m gonna go bug Brendan to teach me.

Dictionary Taboo:

It’s usually a rectangle that can be used for being temporarily deactivated. And it’s not a coffin. It has other things on it used for comfort and warmth.

Thanks for reading all the way to the bottom of the post :3

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7 thoughts on “St. Paul and The Broken Bones and Converse

  1. Hey, you’ve been to Lightning 100 too? When I went to the Music City Transit Camp, we stopped there once and I volunteered along with 3 other people to do a short radio thing that was on the radio at 6 A.M the next day advertising for the camp!

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      1. Just last July! I think the next day we had to go to the zoo and it was around one of the hottest days in the year….which was terrible. Then, add on that we missed one of the buses back, and had to walk fast to get back to the Adventure Science Center to see a planetarium showing.

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