Posted in music on July 9, 2010

Phosphorescent @ Pier 54 last night (more by Chris La Putt)
Phosphorescent

Last night, after an amazing show at Pier 54 in New York City, Phosphorescent's rental van -along with all of their equipment - was stolen from outside a residence in Greenpoint, Brooklyn. Last night's show was the first night of their scheduled six-weeks US Tour. Among the stolen items was Matthew Houck's custom, irreplaceable 1955 Gibson ES-125 guitar, vintage amplifiers, and a vintage pedal steel with losses totaling around $40,000. If anyone has ANY information or leads on what might have happened, or if you see any of this gear in pawn shops, on Craigslist, etc, please call the NY Police Department, Vector Management, or anyone you think might be able to help recover this gear. The van rental company is insured - they are covered for their van and are therefore not greatly concerned with recovering it. Phosphorescent DOES care though, greatly, about recovering any of this gear possible, and figuring out how to rally up and make this US Tour happen. Anything anyone can do to help would be simply amazing. We have set up a Paypal account for anyone wishing to donate funds to help replace gear - anything helps. We will be sending updates about the upcoming tour dates ASAP. Thanks in advance for any goodwill and assistance and thank you for your support over the years.

Paypal donations can be made here:
https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=U3W83W68KFTXW

Vector Management:
Nick Stern

SUCKS!

UPDATE:
They're offering a reward for the return!

Stolen equipment list below...


STOLEN EQUIPMENT LIST:
MOST OF THIS GEAR IS IN STANDARD BLACK ROADCASES
STENCILED WITH "PHOSPHORESCENT" OR "PHOS"
IN LARGE WHITE LETTERS

GUITARS:
1955 Gibson ES-125 Hollow-body Electric
1968 Gibson EB-3 Bass with slotted headstock (brown)
197? Fender Stratocaster - Custom, Blonde wood finish. No brand names or markings anywhere.
197? Emmons Pedal Steel Guitar - Push-Pull Model

AMPS:
1973 Fender Twin Reverb (Silverface) w/ Indian Sun Worshipper Tapestry affixed to grillplate
1978 Music Man 112 RD500 Custom Amp w/ 10" Speaker
SWR Workingman's Bass Amp
196? Fender Deluxe Reverb

PEDALS:
(1) Line 6 DL4 Delay Pedal
(2) Fulltone Full-Drive 2 Mosfet
(1) Electro Harmonix Holy Grail Plus
(1) Electro Harmonix Little Big Muff
(2) Electro Harmonix 80's Memory Man Deluxe
(1) MXR Power Amp Pedal
(2) Boss TU-2 Tuner
(1) MXR Phase 90, CSP-026
(1) Fender Tuning Pedal

DRUMS:
DW "Collectors Series" Drum Kit - Black Matte finish
22" kick drum
16" floor tom
12" rack tom
14" Yamaha, Anton Fig snare drum, with maple hoops
(1) Ludwig boom cymbal stand
(2) yamaha boom cymbal stands
(1) DW9000 Hi-Hat pedal, DW7000 kick pedal
(1) Yamaha, double braced snare stand
(1) Ludwig double braced snare stand
(1) Ludwig drum throne/stool.
(1) 20" Zyldjian Constantinople ride cymbal
(1) 17in Zildjian A Custom crash cymbal
(2) Zildjian Constantinople Hi-Hats (paired)

OTHER ITEMS:
Black Arai Profile Full-face Motorcycle Helmet
Durango Boots - Brown Harness Boots

MERCHANDISE:
Approximately:
150 Vinyl (To WIlle/Pride/Here's to Taking it Easy)
150 CD's (To WIlle/Pride/Here's to Taking it Easy)
100 PHOSPORESCENT "LION" T-shirts

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Phosphorescent - 2010 Tour Dates
07/10/10 Toronto, ONT - The Legendary Horseshoe Tavern
07/12/10 Buffalo, NY - Soundlab
07/13/10 Columbus, OH - The Summit
07/14/10 Newport, KY - Southgate House
07/15/10 Nashville, TN - Exit/In
07/16/10 Memphis, TN - Young Avenue Deli
07/17/10 Birmingham, AL - Bottletree Cafe
07/18/10 Columbus, MS - Princess Theater
07/20/10 Baton Rouge, LA - Spanish Moon
07/21/10 Houston, TX - House of Blues - Houston Bronze
07/22/10 Austin, TX - Independent
07/23/10 Dallas, TX - Kessler Theater
07/24/10 Lubbock, TX - The Foundation
07/26/10 Tucson, AZ - Plush
07/27/10 West Hollywood, CA - The Troubadour
07/28/10 San Francisco, CA - Bottom of the Hill
07/30/10 Portland, OR - Doug Fir Lounge
07/31/10 Seattle, WA - Crocodile Cafe
08/03/10 Minneapolis, MN - Cedar Cultural Center
08/04/10 Milwaukee, WI - Mad Planet
08/05/10 Chicago, IL - Empty Bottle
08/06/10 Indianapolis, IN - Radio Radio
08/07/10 Cleveland Heights, OH - Grog Shop
08/09/10 Washington, DC - Black Cat
08/10/10 Baltimore, MD - Sonar Club Stage
08/11/10 Philadelphia, PA - Rittenhouse Square Park
08/14/10 Providence, RI - Jerky's Live Music Hall
08/15/10 Cambridge, MA - Middle East Downstairs
09/06/10 Manchester, UK - Night 'n Day
09/07/10 Bristol, UK - Thekla
09/08/10 London, UK - Scala
09/10/10 Isle of Wight, UK - Bestival BUY TICKETS
09/11/10 Dorset, UK - End of the Road Festival BUY TICKETS
09/12/10 Brighton, UK - Komedia
09/14/10 Paris, France - Cafe de la Danse
09/15/10 Brussels, Belgium - Botanique
09/16/10 Amsterdam, Netherlands - Paradiso
09/17/10 Leffinge, Belgium - Leffingeleuren festival
09/18/10 Groningen, Netherlands - Take Root Festival
09/20/10 Copenhagen, Denmark - Vega
09/21/10 Gothenburg, Sweden - Pusterviksbaren
09/22/10 Stockholm, Sweden - Debaser Slussen

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Comments (77)

May the gear be found. This is awful.

Posted by Anonymous | July 9, 2010 4:05 PM

Check Main Drag

Posted by Anonymous | July 9, 2010 4:06 PM

DAMN!

Posted by Anonymous | July 9, 2010 4:06 PM

not a dl4!!!!!!!

Posted by Anonymous | July 9, 2010 4:08 PM

I think I saw Beach Fossils throwing some of this equipment into the East River. Maybe check there.

Posted by Anonymous | July 9, 2010 4:10 PM

people are cruel

Posted by Anonymous | July 9, 2010 4:10 PM

that SUCKS! poor guys...

Posted by Anonymous | July 9, 2010 4:12 PM

hopefully phosphorescent had their gear insured (im guessing not). obviously some of these pieces are "irreplaceable", but it only costs a couple hundred dollars a year to insure equipment, and at least then they could go buy new stuff to continue the tour with. with the amount of van/gear theft in nyc and philly alone, any professional musicians would be crazy not to have some kind of insurance when going on tour.

Posted by john | July 9, 2010 4:19 PM

this is always my greatest fear while gigging. Good luck on finding the gear. A lot of gems in there.

Posted by Anonymous | July 9, 2010 4:21 PM

this def sucks, but i agree with john. particularly if you have a bunch of expensive, vintage shit that's hard or impossible to replace. lesson learned, i guess. hope it works out.

Posted by Anonymous | July 9, 2010 4:22 PM

Don't leave your gear in the van. It sucks to load in and out every night, carry crap inside, but unless it is in a secure parking facility it isn't worth forgoing the 10 minutes of schlepping to be dealing with stolen gear. Always bring your gear inside.

Posted by Anonymous | July 9, 2010 4:23 PM

What a fucking bummer!!

Posted by Anonymous | July 9, 2010 4:26 PM

totally, check Main Drag... i think they check all serial numbers before buying used gear.

Posted by anon | July 9, 2010 4:31 PM

I'm not really a big fan of this band and this STILL sucks to hear. So sad!

Posted by Anonymous | July 9, 2010 4:32 PM

Like the band but rookie mistake

Posted by Anonymous | July 9, 2010 4:32 PM

so sorry to hear this. this is completely heartbreaking....to all bands coming to /or already in bklyn: never leave gear in your van overnight, even if you're parked under the bqe, on a quiet street, crowded street, stanky street, gated driveway... load it up those stairs no matter how tired or drunk you are.

Posted by anonymous | July 9, 2010 4:37 PM

this sucks. this is why my band always parks in a garage when playing nyc. its expensive but worth $30 to have the peace of mind to not have your shit stolen.

Posted by Anonymous | July 9, 2010 4:38 PM

If I was a thief, I'd be stealing indie band's vans left and right. They leave a bunch of valuable shit in there completely unattended and never learn by all the bands having the same previous problem. (I think I've read 4 different bands on here in the NYC area getting their vans broken into and I'm sure there's plenty more)

With all the indie music going on in Brooklyn, I would think Williamsburg/Greenpoint would be a gold mine.

Posted by Anonymous | July 9, 2010 4:38 PM

Even when playing a local Brooklyn gig a few blocks from our rehearsal space, someone stays with the van and gear at all times. These guys live here and should know better. I feel for them though. I'm sure they were just tired and didn't feel like taking it inside. Always at least take the guitars in. They're light and usually the hardest to replace.

Posted by Anonymous | July 9, 2010 4:39 PM

Maybe the bassist from Beach Fossils stole it and drove it into the river.

Posted by Scott | July 9, 2010 4:40 PM

yeah. right. i'm gonna donate money 'cause you're not smart enough to unload your 'irreplaceable' gear. how could you even think of expecting that from folks? shoulda thought that one through, buddy. welcome to brooklyn.

Posted by Anonymous | July 9, 2010 4:46 PM

^^ that's kinda cold.

Posted by Anonymous | July 9, 2010 4:48 PM

4:46 = typical BV anon commenter dickface

Posted by Anonymous | July 9, 2010 4:58 PM

a garage? can you say "illusion of safety"? did you miss the "not responsible for theft", etc signs on every single parking garage?

Posted by Anonymous | July 9, 2010 5:00 PM

yeah but even if there is a sign that says 'not responsible for theft' if it's stolen from a parking garage then there's a little bit more of a trail of responsibility and the police have someone to ask questions to. The guy watching the garage overnight will have a lot of explaining to do the next morning. Usually thefts in a garage is an inside job and are of smaller things left in cars. I really don;t know how a garage attendant would be able to explain to the police/insurance agent how an entire van just disappeared

Posted by Anonymous | July 9, 2010 5:14 PM

Why not have someone just sit in the locked van overnight? OR take turns?

Posted by Anonymous | July 9, 2010 5:15 PM

after the first show! hollly shit, that sux

Posted by Anonymous | July 9, 2010 5:21 PM

It's not an accident that vans that are full of e gear happen to be the one;s that are stolen. I'm sure after the van is loaded up it is probably followed. These bands need to be mindful of their surroundings when locking up the van for the night parked outside. See who's around and check up on the van periodically if you aren't going to unload/keep someone with the vehicle.

Posted by Anonymous | July 9, 2010 5:21 PM

after all it's no secret that a van full of expensive gear is full of expensive gear. If a band played that night, someone intending on stealing everything can just watch everything get loaded up, follow the ven to it's parking place for the night, wait until everyone gores inside and then just break in and drive off with the van. Therefore you can;t just play a show and then leave the equipment sitting in a parked van without any precautions.

Not for nothing, that's also a pretty big tour to undertake without any insurance or safeguard for the equipment. Stuff gets damaged, lost STOLEN. How can the equipment not be protected in any way?

Posted by Anonymous | July 9, 2010 5:26 PM

that seriously sucks - was a great show at the river, though

Posted by Anonymous | July 9, 2010 5:28 PM

4:46 = typical BV anon commenter dickface

Posted by Anonymous | July 9, 2010 4:58 PM

well, you've gotta expect that from people on here.. they will never change...

for the people that actually care and can help out, please do.. they would really appreciate it... they would do the same.

Posted by vp | July 9, 2010 5:28 PM

Look at these fruits asking for donations for their stupidity. You aren't New Yorkers, you would have some fucking street smarts, you aren't musicians, you would actually guard your equipment with your life. Get the fuck out of Brooklyn.

Posted by Anonymous | July 9, 2010 5:34 PM

these bands should really start paying some guy $50 or something to watch the van for a few hours

Posted by Anonymous | July 9, 2010 5:43 PM

@5:34, are you a New Yorker, penis breath? If so, I am glad not be someone who thinks theft should be expected.

On a side note, pay me $30.00 next time you're in Atlanta. I'll sleep in the fan all night with my .45 and shoot any New Yorker or Georgian who thinks he's gonna pull a fast one.

Posted by Andy | July 9, 2010 5:53 PM

*van

Posted by Andy | July 9, 2010 5:54 PM

5:34 moved in from Ohio a few months ago

Posted by Anonymous | July 9, 2010 5:58 PM

publicity stunttttt

yaps took it

Posted by Anonymous | July 9, 2010 6:00 PM

donations! bahaha

Posted by Anonymous | July 9, 2010 6:03 PM

Parking a van with all that gear on a brooklyn street totally unattended is an UBER FAIL. You could have paid someone 15 bucks an hour to sit there and watch it.

Posted by Anonymous | July 9, 2010 6:16 PM

No hummus was in the van. It was removed from the van prior to retiring for the night.

Posted by Anonymous | July 9, 2010 6:26 PM

hey 5:34 paranoic beast!

You are the kind of guy who seem to enjoy when others are in trouble. Phosphorescent is a gen of a band, they are artists, they like to drink good beer and good wine sometimes, and don't play always safe like you apparently do. They put shows that are cheap, accessible to everyone. Mathew Huck is one of our finest singer songwriters, who has never been interested in getting recognition, or making money, or having a comfortable and secure life.

That's why they have the right to ask for the support of us, because we are a family, or at least we should try to be like a family. Music is not just entertainment and the enjoyment of tunes, but an experience in which the sense of community matters. A way of conceiving life that is absent in many other areas of human activity and that we should encourage.

Sure that you will guard equipment and stuff with your life, but this is because your life doesn't mean too much. It's good that you are anonymous, so I don't have too much information about you. I bet your 'mistaken music is cruel and empty.

Posted by Anonymous | July 9, 2010 6:36 PM

5:34 again.

You know I am imperfect, I make mistakes, not like you, the perfect beast. The last sentence of 6:36 should be: "I bet your 'free-of-mistakes' music is cruel and empty."

Posted by Anonymous | July 9, 2010 6:43 PM

when will dumbasses ever learn? pay $60 to park the van overnight in a safe garage in Manhattan and take the fucking L to your crashpad.

Posted by Anonymous | July 9, 2010 6:51 PM

you know, there really is no excuse for leaving such valuable guitars and the pedals in the van. sorry, for these guys, the situation sucks. but really? in New York? it was like when Toro and Moi left his laptop on the front seat and went and hung out at brooklyn bowl. Please, if you come here, bring the visually valuable and easy to carry gear inside.

Posted by Anonymous | July 9, 2010 6:57 PM

To all The Voices Of Wisdom on here - it's great that your TM'ing for your friend's college band's 2 stop bar and grill tour through Buffalo and Albany went without a hitch...but kindly shut the fuck up - this is part of being an actual working band, it sucks and should be sympathized.

I bet y'all have some awesome ideas on how 9/11 could have been averted as well...

Posted by Anonymous | July 9, 2010 7:04 PM

Does Matthew know the lead singer of Genghis Tron because if so he can probably get him some new gear and some more gigs? Just an idea.

Posted by Anonymous | July 9, 2010 7:21 PM

Is this like a right of passage for bands now? Leave all your nice shit in a van in Brooklyn overnight? Don't they all live there too? You can't take your shit home and THEN go to the bar/after party?

Posted by Anonymous | July 9, 2010 7:27 PM

I think you forgot to list a few guitar picks that you left in the glove compartment.

Posted by Anonymous | July 9, 2010 7:47 PM

Jesus, shit happens and people make mistakes all the time. But do people have to be such assholes when shit like this happens to others? I guess they make the right decisions every time. Congrats to all of you.

Posted by Vp | July 9, 2010 8:06 PM

it sucks a lot.but you really cant leave this shit sitting there in a van unwatched and cry about it.you should know people are looking to steal this.its happened so many times.take better care of your things, or dont complain when it gets stolen.its common sense.no sympathy.

Posted by andrew | July 9, 2010 9:31 PM

Ok andrew - next time you get rolled coming out of the subway stop by your house, don't expect any sympathy. Next time your girlfriend is assaulted in the stairwell of your apartment, don't expect sympathy. Next time, when you chain your bike for a hour and the wheels get jacked - don't expect sympathy.

You can all be heartless, jaded assholes - "livin' I'm new york, use ya head - you deserved it" etc etc

Or you can be SYMPATHETIC and HUMAN - "sorry, that sucks"

Instead, you'd rather use this forum to prove how streetsmart / savvy / smart you are...how if, in your shoes, this would have never occured...and shame on those upon who bad luck falls.

Bullshit - go bash Wavves if you want to waste your time / make yourself feel superior to the rest of us.

Posted by Anonymous | July 9, 2010 10:03 PM

...and kudos to BV for moderating. If you see / hear about any piece of the gear, tell the band.

If you just want to point our that you're the asshole that thinks those who lose their wallets and phones on a Friday night deserve not to be contacted by the finder - no one cares about you opinion.

Posted by Anonymous | July 9, 2010 10:10 PM

does this not happen every couple of months in brooklyn?

Posted by Anonymous | July 9, 2010 11:59 PM

Someone in NYC should call this guy and check out the guitar. It posted today.


http://longisland.craigslist.org/msg/1834082788.html

Posted by John | July 10, 2010 3:22 AM

That sucks, seriously it does, but come on you should know better terrible local bands.

Posted by Anonymous | July 10, 2010 4:19 AM

You know, some of you are real jerks! Really, such jerks. A band should be able to leave their irreplaceable gear in an unoccupied vehicle overnight and have it still be their when they return in the morning after a good night's sleep and a warm breakfast. To have to be bothered with either carrying it all in to wherever their staying for the evening, or having someone sleep in the van is just too much to ask any band. Now I've never traveled across the country and back with my band, but if I did, I would hope I could leave my gear unattended anywhere, and have it still be there whenever I returned. I'm sorry folks, but that's just how it should be! And also, I'd like a pony that shits rainbows!

Posted by Anonymous | July 10, 2010 10:13 AM

here’s to taking it (it being P-boy’s gear) easy, hehhehheh

seriously tho always guard and/or take your shit inside, don't risk it

Posted by gimme | July 10, 2010 10:51 AM

"I would hope I could leave my gear unattended anywhere"

If you were to do that, you'd need a little more than "hope" to get away with that on any given night of such a tour.

I really hope as much of this can be recovered by the band. Or a tip leads them to the majority of it.

Posted by Anonymous | July 10, 2010 11:26 AM

I'm sorry, not to be a dick, but it seems like there's an awful lot of people taking things real personal on this board. I'm sorry they got their gear stolen, but I'm really suprised no one's pointed out how this supposedly "indie" band had $40,000 worth of gear in their van.

and to this guy: "Mathew Huck is one of our finest singer songwriters, who has never been interested in getting recognition, or making money, or having a comfortable and secure life."

I would say if he's got a van and 40K worth of gear that's pretty fucking comfortable asshole. Sorry they lost their gear but that's a little ridiculous to expect their "fans" to donate $$. Buy some inexpensive guitars, share drums and amps with bands you're playing with, and move on. I'm not giving you $$ to buy another 1955 Gibson. And if you disagree with me, please don't take it personally. Also, enough with this "finest singer-songwriter" bullshit. Shit sounds pretty average to me.

Posted by anonymous | July 10, 2010 1:09 PM

That phone number is for the "American Guitar Museuem" in New Hyde Park.

>Someone in NYC should call this guy and >check out the guitar. It posted today.


http://longisland.craigslist.org/msg/1834082788.html

Posted by Anonymous | July 10, 2010 1:19 PM

this stinks.

Posted by anton alfred newcombe | July 10, 2010 2:03 PM

"can you say "illusion of safety"?"

Seriously, one of the best experimental bands of the '80s, hands down. Dan Burke FTW!

Posted by Crosseyed Sniper | July 10, 2010 2:21 PM

That is some seriously nice gear. Though, I'd have a hard time touring with a$ 4000 bass guitar or a $2000 vintage amp. Sure if you're Eric Clapton and have an entire road crew handling your gear... Go for it.

The cost of insurance... or getting a tricked out alarm for the van... or putting the van in private garage for the night... is minimal in comparison to the money already spent on all this equipment.

The only logical conclusion is that these guys were not concerned with losing all of their gear - for whatever reason. Or more than likely - have poor management.

Posted by Anonymous | July 10, 2010 2:23 PM

I think to suggest that the only reaction on here should be sympathy and nothing else is a bit naive and totally missing the point. I would bet that when they realized what had happened they thought some of the same things that have been said here. They know they should have taken more precautions, and I think if anything, people pointing it out here only serves to get it more into the public consciousness that bands have to take such precautions.

There are a lot of assholes that post here that are miserable pieces of shit, but most of the people here are just having a snarky time pointing out the obvious. Hopefully though, someone that is in a band preparing to take on a largish tour sees these suggestions and avoids this in the future. I realize though that to hope for anything productive to come of brooklynvegan is in itself pointless and, yes, naive.

Regarding the comment that a band that has $40,000 worth of gear can't be "indie" or humble, you are just totally clueless. A musician's gear is their life blood. I've know guys that live on a couch and scrape by on almost nothing that cling to their $2000 guitar with their life. Vintage gear also appreciates a lot and I highly doubt this band went out and threw down $40,000 for this gear last week. I'd be surprised if most these guys hadn't owned most of that stuff for many years, which, of course, is all the more reason not to leave it in a rental van in Brooklyn. We all feel for them, but life is what it is.

There are motherfuckers out there looking to steal your mother's soul if she don't watch her back, and there are fuckheads that like to post anonymous and insensitive shit on meaningless message boards.

Posted by Anonymous | July 10, 2010 3:47 PM

^^missing the point

Posted by anonymous | July 10, 2010 4:22 PM

Lesson learned: if you spend the better part of your music career sexually assaulting women, God will take your dick. I mean gear.

Posted by Anonymous | July 10, 2010 4:30 PM

My metal band went on tour last summer and brought our two laptops and bags in the house we were staying before the show (Carbondale Illinois) to "keep them safe" and not have to leave them in the van. We went to play the show and the house got robbed 20 minutes later.

It wasn't our gear or we would have had to go back home. But the residents of the home got screwed and I can't help but feel somewhat responsible because of our rental van being outside. Just saying it's hard to find a safe place for anything when you're on the road because people notice the van and get thief-boners.

You can make sure it's backed up against a wall where the doors can't open or someone is in it overnight. Leave what you can at home and only take what you absolutely need. Mitigate risk but it's still there. Every year at SXSW in Austin this happens left and right with all the bands here unfortunately.

A more hopeful story: a Chicago band we played with, Bible of the Devil, had their gear stolen when they came down here to Austin. Jason McMaster who plays in some bands here amazingly found their two Gibsons a year later at a pawn shop and was able to return them to BOTD! Bad news is that was just some of it. But hey, some is better than none.

Posted by Anonymous | July 10, 2010 5:00 PM

anyone at all talking shit on this forum are cowards. period.
have the fucking guts to say it to our faces.
thank you to everyone showing support. thank you to everyone who has said something nice to us in these hard times.
None of yall haters have EVER been in our position. its always easy on the outside looking in.
FUCK THE COWARDS!!!!!!!!!!! SCOTT STAPLETON.


Posted by scott stapleton | July 10, 2010 6:20 PM

anyone at all talking shit on this forum are cowards. period.
have the fucking guts to say it to our faces.
thank you to everyone showing support. thank you to everyone who has said something nice to us in these hard times.
None of yall haters have EVER been in our position. its always easy on the outside looking in.
FUCK THE COWARDS!!!!!!!!!!! SCOTT STAPLETON.


Posted by scott stapleton | July 10, 2010 6:28 PM

I ain't even in a band but if there is one thing I've learned about touring is never leave your crap in the van!

Posted by Hipster | July 11, 2010 12:43 AM

I own a small business, and insurance is fucking CHEAP when you consider the cost of not having it. I really feel bad for these guys, but next time don't be so lazy, and carry your shit inside. Dude, use a little common sense.

Posted by Anonymous | July 11, 2010 8:52 AM

check main drag. they buy and sell stolen equipment

Posted by main drag | July 11, 2010 1:00 PM

I once 'invested' $5000 into this guy, and he ripped me off over $400. So fuck him. That's karma in my books.

Posted by An old friend | July 11, 2010 2:58 PM

what a terrible thing to do. poor guys, i feel horrible.

Posted by Anonymous | July 11, 2010 3:40 PM

i am still LMAO at 4:10 and 4:40.

Posted by Anonymous | July 14, 2010 1:49 PM

truth be told.. the band got drunk and forgot where they left the van.. they found it four days later.. i bet they feel as stupid as they ARE for once. if you think this is a lie, ask someone close to them.. hope they give the money donated to their illness back to their nice fans.

Posted by john roberts | August 13, 2010 7:10 AM

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