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Sain't Christopher

So, if you were at either the Hill Auditorium or Fox theater shows in 86-87, we could call that our first date.


Happy's a good thing! Yay!


I just had the pleasure of seeing the V.F. last year at the SF Fillmore...they still kick ass and can play guitar like a motherfucker! Memories...


Lurking............but Femmes do rock.


Sadly, Chris, I was living in PA at that time.

Nic, I am so bloody jealous you got to see the Femmes recently.

You know, Nicole and I would be fucking DANGEROUS together.


I still have my t-shirt from seeing the Femmes at MSU my freshman year with Scary Heather. It was great, it was a very small crowd, which for those of us there made it all the more fun. When we returned to my dorm the snotty girls that lived around me kept making fun of us. They were such bitches, made the whole year hell. Anyway, I still have the shirt, maybe someday it will actually fit again.

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