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FREE Tickets for The OffSpring in San Francisco

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I have particularly fond memories of The Offspring.  They were really popular the summer I first got to second base, and since the girl I was with was an older girl and thought they were cool, I thought they were cool.  But even at the age of 13 I still thought the lead singer’s braids looked stupid.

If you have similarly pubescent memories of The Offspring, July 31st will be your chance to relive them (Jesus Christ man!  I meant going down memory lane dammit!  Not cruising for teenagers you demented bastard!).  The Samsung Summer Krush concert series is happening in different cities throughout the US and they’re giving out FREE tix to all the shows.  As you’ve ascertained by now, our show is The Offspring.

All you gotta do to get the FREE tickets is go here, register, and use the promo code SANFRAN2.  That’s it.  Super simple.  But make sure to do it  NOW!  Because we all know these tickets are gonna go quicker than a trial tube of lube at an orgy.

Thanks to twitter follower ParksideChiro and Mary Ann from YouCastCorp for getting at me about this!

FREE Offspring Show
Friday July 31st
The Warfield

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  1. July 23, 2009 at 11:10 am — Reply

    Worth noting you need to be hooked up with a printer. Otherwise you can’t get the tickets. Weak.

  2. July 23, 2009 at 11:24 am — Reply

    Thanks for the tip! I just registered and got my tix.

    Dewey – I don’t have a printer either, just Print Sreen and save the image and print it somewhere else later.

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