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Monday, April 5, 2010

Monday Morning Hangover: Easter Edition

Posted By on Mon, Apr 5, 2010 at 1:17 PM

We're sure you missed out on most of these events, since you were in church all weekend praying and stuff, so it's a good thing we kept a detailed record for you.

click to enlarge IAN S. PORT
  • Ian S. Port
Neither rain nor sleet nor fear of God's wrath could stop the annual Hunky Jesus Contest from happening, so when the skies opened up and poured fourth, the Sisters Of Perpetual Indulgence just moved their event inside. And, of course, the crowds followed.
click to enlarge JOSEPH SCHELL
  • Joseph Schell
Up and coming band Surfer Blood took the stage at Bottom of the Hill on Saturday with Turbo Fruits and Ganglions. Read Ian S. Port's live review here.

click to enlarge GRETCHEN ROBINETTE
  • Gretchen Robinette
It was a comic book/sci-fi/fantasy nerd's wonderland at Wondercon 2010, where the superstars of the comic book world came together for a weekend-long series of events and exhibitions.
click to enlarge GRETCHEN ROBINETTE
  • Gretchen Robinette
Space bunnies met the bun-dead (zombie bunnies, duh) at the Bunny Glam Jam where the ferocious, furry crowd cut loose.

Happy Marshmallow Bunny Day, everyone! Now get back to work. Jesus would want you to.

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