Jason Eisenberg 
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Re: “How humble Summerville became a Mecca of punk, metal, and hardcore in the early '00s

I'm sure every generation could chime in, like I'm doing... Humble Summervile? A Mecca? I'm not offended because the years stated were well after my time as an angry youth. I will bring up the Charlestowne Landing Shows as well as Club Dog Alley and Myskins. The reason Summerville developed a scene was because in the 90s more folks began moving there for cheap home prices and more land. This all lead to a new generation of pissed off kids with skateboards and a need to scream. It's the circle of life.
Just because an author is too young to remember the times before they were able to go out to a show doesn't make the, disrespectful, it makes them of a different generation.

And fyi, I wouldn't piss Rachel off...

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Posted by Jason Eisenberg on April 2, 2015 at 2:41 PM
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