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    not at work. the bathroom appears to be the only location with heat. i had to fight recently to get the air turned off. i'm wearing three sweaters and fingerless gloves.
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    Our heat doesn't seem to get hot enough at my work.
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    so the guy on intervention that i sort of knew who said he couldn't go to rehab because it interfered with coachella killed himself. he posted a cryptic goodbye on facebook and no one responded until after his death, so sad.
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    Sorry to hear about that.
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    no worries to me, i just feel bad for him.
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    Yeah, I was gonna say that its too bad even music, especially the prospect of attending a music festival couldn't make the person wait it out. That may come out douchey, but I mean well.
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    There've certainly been times in my life that the only thing that kept me from seriously considering killing myself was the prospect of missing an awesome concert I was looking forward to, with Coachella being that concert for a good stretch in the mid-2000s.
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    I like the Coachella package they sent out this year. we now all have a snail.....cr****
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    no offense. i wish i could find clips of his intervention, it was actually funny :x i feel bad saying that, but i don't know how else to respond. i tried to search on netflix.
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    My office building has the fucking audacity to run AC every day irrespective of the weather outside. Even my Wisconsinite co-workers are bitching.
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    I remember that Intervention. From what I remember he just did whatever drugs were handed to him. His mom paid his rent and all of his bills, and he spent his nights at clubs trying to DJ. I remember that he thought he was hot shit but no one ever gave him a job as a DJ. Then he was like "I can't go to rehab because of Coachella and it's a once in a lifetime experience". I think he was also implying that he would be playing there or something...which turned out to not be true.
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    Found him. Season 4, Episode 8 (John T).
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    he once tried to push a dnb headliner off the decks so he could play. the best part of that episode is when it's like 4am and his neighbors are calmly and rationally complaining about the volume of his music. they argue for like ten minutes. when he walks away, he says "just let me know if the volume becomes a problem". i think the girl looked like she was going to explode.
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    Haha I remember that
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    Ivy! YOU KNOW (knew RIP ) Dr. Doom???? My gf and I love that episode. That's terrible he killed himself.

    That episode is fucking hilarious though. "WHY ISN'T ANYONE ANSWERING THEIR PHONE"

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    i wasn't close with him, but he was in the scene so i knew him. the first thing he ever said to me was "you look good and smell nice, do you have a myspace?"
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    I remember you saying he was kind of creepy to you and your girlfriends. Mostly because he was so much older.
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    Arizona Strong Beer Festival

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    Event Information

    Arizona Beer Week kicks off with the 13th Annual Arizona Strong Beer Festival, held at Steele Indian School Park in Phoenix on February 16th, 2013. Although strong beers (those with high alcohol content) are the focus at the festival, a huge variety of craft beers — as well as specialty styles and unique, just-for-this-event brews — are made available to festival-goers, who will receive a commemorative four-ounce tasting glass and 15 tasting tickets for the price of admission. And because food and beer just naturally go together, there will be plenty of top-notch food vendors on hand, serving up tasty eats that wash down well with frosty suds. Live music will keep the atmosphere rockin’. Presented by The Arizona Craft Brewers Guild.


    GA $35.00

    VIP $45.00

    Designated driver ticket $10.00


    http://arizonabeerweek.com/13th-annu...beer-festival/
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    If anyone got a pass only in the presale and is now thinking of adding a camping pass, I have one I'm not using. We would need to swap wristbands when they are shipped, so I'd probably only do it for someone in Phoenix so it's all settled before we get there. You can buy me lunch or toss me some gas money for coming to meet up, other than that it's free.

    I remember we had an extra one last year and Dylan said he might want it if it was free, but we wound up using it to expand our campsite. I'm not camping this year
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    Share the art bus to enhance the festival... can be used as stage for band ...
    I can also come early and help set up ...
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    I might be interested in it. My roommate and I were discussing getting an additional camping pass and car for extra space. I will let you know for sure once I talk to them more about it.
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    Attention sane people: Arizona Democrats need your help.

    http://www.patheos.com/blogs/friendl...e-high-school/

    A group of Arizona politicians — all Republicans, of course — have proposed a law (House Bill 2467) requiring public high school students to recite the following oath in order to graduate:

    I, _______, do solemnly swear that I will support and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies, foreign and domestic, that I will bear true faith and allegiance to the same; that I take this obligation freely, without any mental reservation or purpose of evasion; and that I will well and faithfully discharge these duties; So help me God.

    To quote Comedy Central’s Ilya Gerner: “Nothing says ‘I take this obligation freely’ quite like a state law that withholds your diploma unless you swear an oath.”


    Kevin Bondelli adds:

    … graduating high school is not the same thing as voluntarily accepting the responsibility of a public office or admission to the legal bar. A high school diploma is, with extremely few exceptions, required to have a chance to live above the poverty level. It is the culmination of an education that up until that point was compulsory.

    It’s bad enough the Republicans are demanding loyalty of the kind normally reserved for members of Congress and beyond — but there’s also no way I would say those last four words, and the current text of the legislation does not allow for any alternatives.

    In other words, if this bill were to become a law, atheists would either not be allowed to graduate… or they would be forced to lie so they could graduate. Neither option is acceptable.

    Mike Sunnucks of the Phoenix Business Journal points out another problem:

    The Arizona bill could also face legal challenges if it is approved.

    Jehovah’s witnesses, some Muslims and pacifist Quakers have in the past challenged loyalty oaths imposed by the federal government and other agencies, saying they conflict with their beliefs and religious professions. Similarly, some Arizona students could challenge the proposed high school oath as a violation of their religious liberties and freedom of expression.

    This bill is the work of Representatives Bob Thorpe, Sonny Borrelli, Carl Seel, T.J. Shope, Jeff Dial, David Livingston, Chester Crandell, and Steve Smith.

    Smith and Shope have also introduced legislation demanding that all students in grades 1-12 recite the Pledge of Allegiance (with “Under God”) every day. At least in that bill, students can get out of saying it with their parents’ permission.

    No such exemption exists in the Loyalty Oath.

    Keep in mind that in both cases, the bills do not help children get a better education. That’s the saddest thing about all this. The people who are in charge of fixing the education crisis are proposing solutions that would only waste more classroom time and exclude many students from graduating despite fulfilling their current requirements.

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    Well, that's a weird one.
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    Not the least bit fascist. And certainly a prudent use of taxpayer dollars.

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    What a wacky bill. Good thing our politicians are focusing on the hard hitting issues.
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    i know everyone's busy buying tickets today, but i'm in dire need of some coachella phoenician time. anyone up for happy hour friday? it's first fridays, right? so not sure if downtown is the best option, but i'm up for anything not too expensive.
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    I am in.
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    I can probably come.
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    ok cool, amy, what time would you be available?

    also, is anyone familiar with the audubon near downtown? i am going to try volunteering at their front desk sat feb 23rd and march 9th.
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    Hi, Phoenix.

    I will be inside of you March 1st-3rd for spring training.

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    Ivy, I get off at 7. And woo, Tommy!
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    yay! did you decide on a game? i'd like to cordially invite myself
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