Friday, July 31, 2009

Re: url.

----------------- Original Message -----------------
From: Letters to the Editor (Show AUG 14th!!)
To: Letters to the Editor
Date: Jul 3, 2009 1:18 AM
Subject: url

Hey guys, can you change your URL so we can have it?

If you dont we will report you and your account will be deleted and we really dont wanna do that honestly.


-Letters to the Editor

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Dear Letters to the Editor,

Thank you for naming your band after us. We had no idea that we would have such a lasting impact on modern music --- frankly, we thought we were only recognized locally. I guess that's the power of the internet in this day and age, huh? It's a wonderful thing.

As for your request for an interview, I'm sorry to say that we can not oblige. We can't just divulge our musical secrets for success to anyone that asks for them (unless, I must note, there will be a considerable interview fee involved).

Finally, I'm also sorry to note that, despite your polite request, we were unable to set up a show for you in our area. I checked with a few club owners around, and they explicitly wrote back that they were looking for bands with talent that EXCEEDED (not just met) the level of The Jonas Brothers.

Good luck in all of your endeavors.


Letters to the Editor

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[I couldn't even send the reply to their MySpace message or post on their page because they restricted communications to friends only. I wonder why they haven't had our account deleted yet...]

[Also: Letters to the Editor SUCK in Letters to the Editor SUCK Brentwood, Letters to the Editor SUCK Los Angeles, Letters to the Editor SUCK California and on Letters to the Editor SUCK MySpace, Letters to the Editor SUCK rock/alternative/indie, Letters to the Editor SUCK everything.]

[I will be surprised {but also delighted} if the above attempt to get the attention of the Google search bots actually works.]

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