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Thursday, December 22, 2011

PosterBoy 12-22-11

Its been a while since I've seen a Posterboy piece on any of my subway commutes. Its not that he hasn't been hard at work, I know otherwise, I just haven't had the pleasure of running into any myself. This morning I had the fortune of changing my fortune and running into this gem. Keep your eyes on Posterboy as I know he has some great stuff coming up this year, including an interview with No New Enemies and a panel discussion in Hartford for the immediate future.

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