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Bros Before Pros

I left the Deathwish tour in Portland to meet up with some old friends.

Posted: September 2, 2010






Ultimate Phil showed me his new basement.

 



I gave him a highly-sought-after discontinued Slash Hansen for his collection.


The basement is a good place for him to hone any of his several talents.



Show cat.



Still as mean as ever.



Phil's not the wild child you might remember. He's got a preggo wife, a house and everything these days. All very grown up.



Grown ups do things like get tattoos.



 Jerry is an incredibly good sport.





Nothing can faze Dan. He's been in the biz for over 15 years.



A beautiful baby tattoo to celebrate his forthcoming child.



And it evens out the peace sign, too!



A really special moment between old friends.



Speaking of...


met up with Fudge for Montage and some renegade 'crete.





Not bad at all.





Watch out for the locals, though.





'No wayyyyy!'



Smith-style stop.



harsh D







I don't get to do this kind of stuff near enough.

Last modified on Thursday, September 02 2010
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