No Absolutes in Human Suffering

Pro: Musical artists on limited tours usually play San Francisco in addition to Los Angeles.

Con: They usually play San Francisco on weeknights, because weekends are prioritized for Los Angeles.


I've waited 10 years to see Desaparecidos live. Stoked for tonight.

Desaparecidos
08/25/12 | Seattle, WA | Showbox at the Market

"Greater Omaha"
"Man and Wife, The Former (Financial Planning)"
"The Happiest Place on Earth"
"Mall of America"
"Backsell"
"The Left Is Right"
"Survival of the Fittest/It's a Jungle Out There"
"$$$$"
"Mañana"
"Man and Wife, The Latter (Damaged Goods)"
"MariKKKopa"

"Spanish Bombs"
"Anonymous"
"Hole in One"

Looks like they're playing Read Music/Speak Spanish in its entirety, four new songs, and a Clash cover.


Does a tumblelog of lousy/hideous band shirts exist?

Idea: A PTI for film and television.

True Life: I Write GameFAQS.

2 thoughts on "No Absolutes in Human Suffering"

  1. I'd watch that PTI, if only to hear Tony berate Michael about Don being the better Wilbon for being a Seinfeld fan.

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