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Happy for you guys :)

Just heard the news the other day. I suppose the initial reaction is to be upset and sad, but I find myself feeling glad. It's been a great run and I have a lot of happy memories. I can only imagine how many great memories you guys have. Your lives are moving on and there is nothing wrong with that. I always loved the way you guys sang from the heart. Your music reached me in a way that no other band every did. Thanks for doing all you did and just for being yourselves. I've enjoyed every minute of it and I wish you and your families the best.

Portland Concert

Had a great time at the concert on April 1st at the Roseland Theater. By the time it was over I was exhausted, had no voice, and was completely dehydrated. Blacked out because of it actually...fell and hit some box they had wheeled off the stage. Still recovering; I've got a nice scratch across my shoulder.

Anyways, just wanted to express what an amazing experience I had. I've never rocked out as hard as I did. My sister (her first concert ever) had an awesome time as well.

MCR rocks

Sometimes, it's just nice knowing that someone out there in the world actually gives a damn.

Keep doing what you guys do. Thanks for making the world a better place.