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Monday, January 11, 2010

Monday Morning Hangover: XXX Expo, Sonic Youth, & Pantless Youth

Posted By on Mon, Jan 11, 2010 at 10:56 AM

Usually one feels pity commingled with fear when they spot someone riding BART sans pants, but this weekend saw throngs of riders in thongs celebrating the annual No Pants BART Ride.
Participants (ahem) made their way onto the trains then out onto the streets. Check out more images here.

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Indie noise rock darlings Sonic Youth played the Fillmore on Sunday night. Check out Jasmine Blocker's review here and shots of the show here.

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The first Bootie of the year at Mezzanine didn't dissapoint, with pirates and sexy beasts gyrating to local band Smash Up Derby. Check out photos of the party here.
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  • John Gilhooley
Finally, take a trip to Las Vegas where the Adult Entertainment Expo took place last weekend. We guarantee it's way more exciting than that expo you went to about telecommunications last year. Not safe for work shots here.
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