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Girl Talk Live Blog

7:52- Evan and I arrive at the HUB
7:56- There aren’t any lines,just a general aggregation of people.
7:58- The lines begin.
8:08- The realization that we’ll be in line for more than an hour sets in. Everyone sits down.
8:30- The line is worse than the line to vote. It’s wrapped past higher grounds down the hall.
8:47- Red Bull Girls Arrive!
8:54- The line engulfs the top of the HUB. Less than an hour til doors open.
9:03- The amount of American Apparel is overwhelming.
9:10- Everyone stands up.
9:29- The line moves.
10:12- Doors open. Stampede Walmart style.
10:20-Grand Buffet enters.
10:27: “This song is about cocaine.”
10:28: “This show would not be possible without Sbarro Pizza and Jesus Christ.”
10:37- Grand Buffet leaves. The wait is on.
10:45- Girl Talk comes on then leaves.
10:54- Girl Talk comes out for real.
12:02- Still going strong.
12:06- He Girl Talk stands up on stage, then departs.

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