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H2O @ Roxy 2/6/11

This was a benefit show for Toby's One Life One Chance organization. Toby is trying create awareness of a drug free lifestyle and a Positive Mental Attitude for the younger generations by speaking in classrooms throughout the US. PMA! There were lots of guest to help promote the cause, Micheal Rappaport, Matt Skiba and Travis Barker to name a few. I even saw Moby in attendance. I had to work late so I missed Touche Amore and Set Your Goals. I even figured I was gonna miss half of H2O's set, but I got there just in time. Toby cleared it with the Roxy and everyone was allowed to take pictures for this wonderful event. Hopefully everyone else had a better time than I did taking pictures. Flash and those damn red lights kept me from getting what I wanted! Look for Jeff Terranova's and Chad Sengstock's pics going up soon... this is what I got-

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For more info on One Life One Chance - http://www.onelifeonechance.com/ spread the PMA!

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