To The Man At The Megadeth Concert – Claim Your Baby

A blue-haired, fishnet/biker boot-wearing woman on Craigslist is searching for the father of her child, a man with a red mohawk and pentagram earrings.

This from a now deleted post in the “Missed Connections” section.

The super-descriptive anonymous woman titled it Did we hook up at the Megadeth/Motorhead concert? – w4m – 28 (Aragon Ballroom).” Here is the full NSFW post, via Fuse:

“Me: Blue hair, silver tube top, fishnets, knee high black biker boots.
You: Red mohawk, black pentagram gauges, viper piercings.

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Hesher Is THE Underrated Indie Dramedy Of 2011

The opening scene of Hesher immediately has you asking questions, a kid on his bicycle, chasing a car that is being towed away. Is that a young Hesher? Why is he chasing the car? Is this movie even about what I think it is? Well, yes and no, it’s not about what you think, in fact the brilliance in Hesher lies in that it is not necessarily “about” anything. This is a reality, with a slight filter of misfortune or anguish. Why Hesher earned only limited release in the U.S. and a mere 55% rating on Rotten Tomatoes is beyond me. I instantly feel that this is a misunderstood movie, and want to jump to it’s defense much like Joseph Gordon-Levitt’s character does for T.J., the young boy in the film, a classic victim of bullying played by Devin Brochu. (In The Valley Of Elah, Rubber)

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