15.01.10 by Jeff

Ryan Duggan

Attainable, by Ryan Duggan. Finally, a porsche in my price range.

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Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • Kyle

    haha my news is bad news.. love that one

  • hahaha…very funny!

  • so cheeky. i love it!

  • Upsetter

    I hate Reggae?

    Just for this, this is bad.

  • God damn… about time Ryan got some good props. This dude is one of the people that really makes chicago shine. Great work. EVERYONE SHOULD KNOW RYAN DUGGAN. One of my personal fav artists-to-watch in 2010.

  • Yeah Ryan! Thumbs UP buddy. Thanks for posting this, Jeff!

  • Mat

    Personally, the I Hate Reggae one is so refreshing. Usually nobody says it because reggae fans are so nice and agreeable- and honestly, who has the time to hate something that’s all about peace? But really, reggae sort of sucks. I know you can say this about a lot of genres, but it really seems like every song is the same song. Bob Marley’s albums sound like a broken record, each song starts the EXACT same way. It’s boring to me, and is soo cliche. I HATE REGGAE.

  • Kat

    you have not heard real reggae my friend. bob marley is not the epitome of the genre- check out other artists- barrington levy, alton ellis, max romeo, u roy- these are the godfathers of reggae and dub and without them we wouldn’t have a lot of the sounds we have today.

    anyway- cool pieces- other than the i hate reggae one.

  • screw this guy. Reggae is awesome,fat chicks can totally be attractive, and hippies rock.

  • My news is bad news!!!! This is cool!!!!!!!!! I like it!





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