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Monday, February 18, 2008

Your Monday Morning Hangover: Giant Robot, St. Vincent and Noise Pop

Posted By on Mon, Feb 18, 2008 at 7:43 AM

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(Maya Hayuk, Giant Robot print)

If you're at work today, then we both have crap employers who don't see the value in holidays. This is Your President's Day Monday Morning Hangover. Fuck those old white dudes.

What happened this weekend?

-Wyclef got the nubile young asses of USF shaking Friday, but we didn't get in because SonyBMG is retarded and deserves to be annihilated like some Japanese dinosaur.

-Sufjan Stevens spinoff St. Vincent made the indie sap rise in our own Eric Zimmerman Sunday.

-And Giant Robot gave everyone cute-boners Saturday. Look at the pics!

What's happening this week?

-Muthafuckin' Katt Williams brings the funny to the 'Mount Tuesday.

-Digital Underground calls it quits 15 years too late Friday.

-Also Friday, Video Games Live should attract the biggest nerds in town for GameDevCon this week.

That's it.

There's more shit on our bomb-ass calendar, but you can go dig through it yourself. After all, it's a holiday. We're going home early to watch the Wire. -David Downs

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