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September 23, 2009
We are living in the most awesome period of human civilization. You gotta love it. Have you sent out a tweet today? Welcome dear viewers, to another episode of Prunk TV. I am your host, Jason Handelsman. I want to tell you about my rock band, GWIP. We will be having another vampire-ritual at Mausoleum, tonight at 10pm. Here is a shameless review of last week's initiation:
As Gwip sang, "I taste the blood, I lick the blood, in the Old Testament there was a flood..." A Goth with thick-black-lipstick approached. She was wearing a tight black spandex jumpsuit zipped up to her chin. "Hurry up," she yelled into my ear, "The strippers go on next." I held my guitar tightly as feedback and sludge filled the empty club. Strobe lights bounced from my eyelids as I stomped on the Metal Zone pedal, ending the set. "Who is that guy," I heard someone say to somebody. "Thank you," I said into the microphone, "I love you all."
Thus began and ended Gwip's first performance last Wednesday
night at Mausoleum. A young woman wearing a black leather bikini got on
the pole. People were applauding, probably because I was done.
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