19.05.14 by Jeff

Giveaway: Cut Copy @ Malkin Bowl

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Cut Copy is playing Malkin Bowl here in Vancouver on Friday May 23rd (tickets here), I’ve got a pair of tickets for a Booooooom reader who wants to go! Tell me a useless fact in the comments below, I’ll pick a winner on Thursday!

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



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  • Shea Kennedy

    A grouping of peacocks is referred to as a “Parliament of Peacocks.”

  • Eric Brandon Wang

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    if you were to stack the total amount of US student debt in 2014 ($1,183,035,437,807), you would reach more than a quarter of the way to the moon. so let’s party.

  • matthanns

    There’s no ‘I’ in team.

  • Omar

    Mosquitos have teeth

  • Chris Morisawa

    Lawn darts are illegal in Canada.

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    I have no plans for Friday night…. fact.

  • Luke Belarus

    71% of all stats are made up.

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