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September 11, 2012
sonicbloom11:

This is the man behind the “Rahm Emanuel likes Nickelback” sign at the Chicago Teachers’ Union strike. Mike Konkoleski is a tenth grade math teacher.

Expecting a denial from Rahm’s camp about this one, too.

sonicbloom11:

This is the man behind the “Rahm Emanuel likes Nickelback” sign at the Chicago Teachers’ Union strike. Mike Konkoleski is a tenth grade math teacher.

Expecting a denial from Rahm’s camp about this one, too.

19:06 // 2 years ago
Thanks for clearing that up for us, NPR. 

Thanks for clearing that up for us, NPR. 

17:43 // 2 years ago
August 21, 2012
Jesus, Mary and Joseph … What did the world do to deserve this unholy union?
EDIT: The reply of the century goes to …

Jesus, Mary and Joseph … What did the world do to deserve this unholy union?

EDIT: The reply of the century goes to …

20:37 // 2 years ago
June 8, 2012
True story: Nickelback once headlined a show at my college. Before the concert there was a band playing outside (Starsailor, I think — I’m a sucker for Britpop) in a free concert. So I walked all the way to the other side of campus to see Starsailor for free, bought a CD, then walked home. All without seeing Nickelback. Why did I need to? I saw a band that was 50 times better for free. This was like a decade ago, and they sucked back then, too. For all I know the members of Starsailor now work at Starbucks — just like Nickelback founding member Mike Kroeger did when he came up with the name for his awful, awful band. Anyway, this story is funny. — Ernie @ SFB

True story: Nickelback once headlined a show at my college. Before the concert there was a band playing outside (Starsailor, I think — I’m a sucker for Britpop) in a free concert. So I walked all the way to the other side of campus to see Starsailor for free, bought a CD, then walked home. All without seeing Nickelback. Why did I need to? I saw a band that was 50 times better for free. This was like a decade ago, and they sucked back then, too. For all I know the members of Starsailor now work at Starbucks — just like Nickelback founding member Mike Kroeger did when he came up with the name for his awful, awful band. Anyway, this story is funny. — Ernie @ SFB

16:44 // 2 years ago
November 22, 2011

Credit where credit’s due: Nickelback knows how to make fun of their awful, awful image. Still support the petition, though.

18:16 // 2 years ago
November 5, 2011
21:17 // 2 years ago