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    it’s sad boi hours again, so i’ve decided to listen to live in denver for the first time in forever lol here we go

    it’s sad boi hours again, so i’ve decided to listen to live in denver for the first time in forever lol here we go
    1 1 45 seconds ago

    So I just slept for 20 hours today

    So I just slept for 20 hours today
    0 1 49 seconds ago

    WTF IMAGINE

    WTF IMAGINE
    1 1 2 minutes ago

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    Tyler's reaction when he saw that Josh wrote his name on his stomach 😂

    Tyler's reaction when he saw that Josh wrote his name on his stomach 😂
    1 1 3 minutes ago

    if you could say one thing to Tyler and Josh what would it be

    if you could say one thing to Tyler and Josh what would it be
    6 2 7 minutes ago

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    Five years ago today. One of the most incredible concert experiences I’ve ever had. I was incredibly close to barricade, got to hold up Tyler Joseph at one point, and hold Josh Dunn’s drum platform for water drums at the end of the show. Back before Blurryface and Vessel in a room no bigger than the size of my Hot Topic. Back when, a month prior to this, I wanted to find a TOP shirt at HT on Black Friday for $10, and from the front of the store, saw a Stone Temple Pilots shirt plexied so you only could see the bottom of”Temple” and all of “Pilots.” That shirt was in the same spot where an entire row of TOP merchandise is in my store now. Back when I willingly unwillingly gave up seeing them open for Neon Trees at Wilkes because I had a writing class that night.
    Often, when kids come in to Hot Topic and talk to me, or anyone who will listen, about this band, there’s a part of me that internal eye-rolls. I think “Listen kid, I’m the generation that got them big. You don’t know how hard it was for me to find merch for them, I’m sorry we only have three different shirts in a medium and you already have them.” And that part of me won’t eagerly wear TOP merch anymore, sold TOP merch. But another part of me remembers what it was like to be 13 and obsessed with bands. Bands I didn’t get to see until I was 18 and it was their “crappy” depressed years, but I unintentionally saw their last show ever, after seeing them four times. Finally meeting the lead singer, him happy, me happy, at a comic convention freaking out over how his comics (not his music) impacted me. Bands I saw at the Scranton bCultural Center before they had their second album yet, and dropped the exclamation point, and the day before kids were telling me “eh, Panic! At The Disco isn’t that good anyway, why would you waste your time?” then the next day saying “that Panic! show looked sooo cool I wish I went.” They had all four original members back then.
    Point is I’m tired of feeling like I have to be jaded about this really awesome band I have loved since before 2013, before I saw them. I’m incredibly thrilled they’re thriving, and I love that they do for kids what bands did for me when I was a kid.

    Five years ago today. One of the most incredible concert experiences I’ve ever had. I was incredibly close to barricade, got to hold up Tyler Joseph at one point, and hold Josh Dunn’s drum platform for water drums at the end of the show. Back before Blurryface and Vessel in a room no bigger than the size of my Hot Topic. Back when, a month prior to this, I wanted to find a TOP shirt at HT on Black Friday for $10, and from the front of the store, saw a Stone Temple Pilots shirt plexied so you only could see the bottom of”Temple” and all of “Pilots.” That shirt was in the same spot where an entire row of TOP merchandise is in my store now. Back when I willingly unwillingly gave up seeing them open for Neon Trees at Wilkes because I had a writing class that night. 
Often, when kids come in to Hot Topic and talk to me, or anyone who will listen, about this band, there’s a part of me that internal eye-rolls. I think “Listen kid, I’m the generation that got them big. You don’t know how hard it was for me to find merch for them, I’m sorry we only have three different shirts in a medium and you already have them.” And that part of me won’t eagerly wear TOP merch anymore, sold TOP merch. But another part of me remembers what it was like to be 13 and obsessed with bands. Bands I didn’t get to see until I was 18 and it was their “crappy” depressed years, but I unintentionally saw their last show ever, after seeing them four times. Finally meeting the lead singer, him happy, me happy, at a comic convention freaking out over how his comics (not his music) impacted me. Bands I saw at the Scranton bCultural Center before they had their second album yet, and dropped the exclamation point, and the day before kids were telling me “eh, Panic! At The Disco isn’t that good anyway, why would you waste your time?” then the next day saying “that Panic! show looked sooo cool I wish I went.” They had all four original members back then. 
Point is I’m tired of feeling like I have to be jaded about this really awesome band I have loved since before 2013, before I saw them. I’m incredibly thrilled they’re thriving, and I love that they do for kids what bands did for me when I was a kid.
    1 1 8 minutes ago

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    My acc is dying oops (actually it was never alive) -Gini

    My acc is dying oops (actually it was never alive) -Gini
    4 1 12 minutes ago