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On April 6th, 2004 11:32 pm (UTC), emmy_audrey commented:
ive already seen him in austalia, cause he was just here. he was awesome. saw him twice cause he played 2 songs for free at a festival.

not soo big here, but i still love him.

oh i also got to meet him and got a hug and a signature
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On April 7th, 2004 05:34 am (UTC), stellarstarlet replied:
that's awesome. i didn't get to see him last time he was here so i'm glad he's coming back. part of me wishes that he wasn't so popular over here cos i miss him playing at small clubs. but at least he's getting the recognition he deserves. and it's nice to know that he's still humble. such a nice guy :)
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On April 8th, 2004 08:37 pm (UTC), emmy_audrey replied:
yea he seemed really nice, wasnt expecting him to come out after the gig though.

hes soo small wasnt expecting that either.
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On April 9th, 2004 05:35 am (UTC), stellarstarlet replied:
yea, it's definitely cool that he comes out after shows and i agree - i didn't expect him to be so small either! he's pocket-size :)

have you read "Nothing Feels Good: Teenagers, Punk, and Emo"?
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On April 9th, 2004 07:09 am (UTC), emmy_audrey replied:
no whats that?
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On April 9th, 2004 09:24 am (UTC), stellarstarlet replied:
It's a book by Andy Greenwald that came out last year, I think. it's basically a history of emo and its origins... there are also chapters on specific bands. the author goes on tour with Dashboard for a few dates and then dedicates three chapters to Dashboard. it was a good book, i thought :)
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