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Release Date: August 16, 2014


  • VA-11 HALL-A Prologue Original Soundtrack [Full Album]

    Get the OST at: Get VA-11 HALL-A at: Track List: 1. Metropolis 0:00...

  • VA-11 HALL-A Prologue OST

    Get the OST at: Get VA-11 HALL-A at: Track List: 1. Metropolis 0:00...

  • VA-11 HALL-A Prologue #1 - Get The Dogs Drunk

    After the incident at the Arstotzkan border, Meroka decides bartending would be a better change of pace in VA-11 HALL-A,...

  • VA-11 HALL-A Prologue #2 - Moon Moon

    After the incident at the Arstotzkan border, Meroka decides bartending would be a better change of pace in VA-11 HALL-A,...

  • VA-11 HALL-A Prologue #3 - Shiba Appreciation Society

    After the incident at the Arstotzkan border, Meroka decides bartending would be a better change of pace in VA-11 HALL-A,...

  • VA-11 HALL-A Prologue Trailer

    game is about drunk waifus and other silly things .

  • I'll Play... VA-11 HALL-A - Part 1

    game is about drunk waifus and other silly things .

  • VA-11 HALL-A OST - There's More To Come!

    The soundtrack isnt finished yet Here is a preview of a few songs Im working on for the full release. These are works in progress...

  • VA-11 HALL-A - Waifu Bartending, Manly VN Preview

    VA-11 HALL-A Prologue or Valhalla is the prologue for a bartending visual novel. It features cyberpunk aesthetics, robot waifus...

  • VA-11 HALL-A Prototype (First Look)

    I took a look at a new game where you play as a Cyberpunk Bartender. The game looks like it could have promise. Ill be doing a...

  • Zoning Out: VA 11 Hall A

    Buy this game .

  • Cyberpunk bar tending! - VA-11 HALL-A (Valhalla) - Prologue Gameplay and Impressions!

    VA-11 HALL-A or Valhalla is bar in a cyberpunk bar tending game about mixing drinks and chatting to patrons about their lives...

  • VA-11 HALL-A Second Round OST - Welcome To VA-11 HALL-A

    Here is the main theme for the full release version of VA-11 HALL-A. I hope you enjoy Get VA-11 HALL-A at:...

  • VA-11 HALL-A Prologue #4 - Well, This is Awkward (Finale)

    After the incident at the Arstotzkan border, Meroka decides bartending would be a better change of pace in VA-11 HALL-A,...

  • VA-11 HALL-A Prologue OST "Out Of Orbit"

    BGM15 OUT OF ORBIT You can buy the soundtrack here: You can buy the game here:...

  • VA-11 HALL-A Second Round OST - Nighttime Maneuvers

    The second collection of music for VA-11 HALL-As full release will be released for FREE on Bandcamp. If youd like to support me...

  • VA-11 HALL-A Second Round OST - Booster Gang

    The second collection of music for VA-11 HALL-As full release will be released for FREE on Bandcamp. If youd like to support me...

  • VA-11 HALL-A PROLOGUE OST "Base Of The Titans"

    BGM 13: BASE OF THE TITANS You can buy the soundtrack here: You can buy the game here:...

  • Gratis Gratification: VA-11 HALL-A

    Gratis Gratification is a series introducing freeware...

  • VA-11 HALL-A Second Round OST - Commencing Simulation

    The second collection of music for VA-11 HALL-As full release will be released for FREE on Bandcamp. If youd like to support me...

Questions & Answers

  • Can you give me driving directions from North Springfield, to East Liberty Plant, Liberty Hall ?

    11000 St. Rt. 347. East Liberty Oh., 43319

    Try Google Maps. I'm not American. Is North Springfield in Virginia? Driving directions to Honda of America Manufacturing, Inc. 3D This route has tolls. North Springfield, VA USA 1. Head north on Heming Ave towards Chatham St 0.1mi 2. Take the 2nd left on to Elgar St 0.4 mi 3. Take the 2nd right on to Ravensworth Rd/Ravensworth Road 0.3 mi 4. Take the 2nd left on to Braddock Rd 0.2 mi 5. Merge onto I-495/Capital Beltway via the ramp to Tysons Corner Entering Maryland 15.6 mi 6. Slight left onto I-270 Spur N 1.9 mi 7. Merge onto I-270 N 0.9 mi 8. Take exit 4A for I-270/Montrose Rd 0.3 mi 9. Merge onto Interstate 270 7.7 mi 10. Take the exit onto I-270 N 20.1 mi 11. Take exit 32 to merge onto I-70 W towards Hagerstown 52.8 mi 12. Take exit 1A on the left to merge onto I-68 W/US-40 W towards Cumberland 66.2 mi 13. Take exit 14B to merge onto US-40 W/Garrett Hwy towards Uniontown 0.8 mi 14. Turn left onto US-40 W/National Pike Continue to follow US-40 W Entering Pennsylvania 31.6 mi 15. Take the ramp onto US-40 W 2.8 mi 16. Continue onto US-119 N 0.8 mi 17. Take the exit onto PA-43 N Partial toll road 8.7 mi 18. Take exit 22 for U.S 40 Toll road 0.4 mi 19. Turn right onto US-40/Redstone Way Continue to follow US-40 4.5 mi 20. Take the PA-43 N ramp to California 0.6 mi 21. Turn right onto PA-43 N Partial toll road 5.2 mi 22. Take exit 36B to merge onto I-70 W towards Washington Pa Entering West Virginia 47.2 mi 23. Slight left onto I-470 W (signs for Columbus) Entering Ohio 10.9 mi 24. Merge onto I-70 W 110 mi 25. Take exit 108B to merge onto I-270 N towards Cleveland 25.7 mi 26. Take exit 17B to merge onto OH-161 W/US-33 W towards Marysville Continue to follow US-33 W 31.3 mi 27. Take the OH-347 exit towards E Liberty 0.1 mi 28. Keep right at the fork, follow signs for Ohio 347 E and merge onto OH-347 E 1.8 mi 29. Turn right 0.3 mi Honda of America Manufacturing, Inc. 11000 State Route 347 East Liberty, OH 43319, United States I hope this helps. I just put North Springfield, VA into google maps followed by directions to East Liberty Plant.

  • Best place for us to live near Quantico, VA?

    My Husband and I are moving to Quantico, VA for the Military April 2013 after OCS. We need to have an idea of where we want to live before we get there. We are looking to live no

    Base housing might be available. If so, take it. If not a number of apartments in close vacinity to front gate (Triangle, VA) and outside of TBS Camp Barret gate. Numerous house rentals in the Stafford, VA area (closest to the Camp Barret gate). In the past, rent pretty much matched the BAH payment. Before he can rent any apartment /house off-base, he must get approval from Quantico Housing office. They have list of properties offering short-term rentals (less than one year) and have passed their scruitiny (do not rip off Marines). Personal safety - no problem in either Stafford or Triangle. Dog- most apartments/homes do not short-term rent if pets involved. Suggest leave your pet with parents/friends. Base housing, pets should be OK. "Lively": He will be at TBS learning to be an effective MC officer & will be in field frequently day & night/sometimes weekends. His mind must be on the training and study material. Not doing so could result in failing TBS and dismissal from Corps. As such, connect with other student officer wives in same situation. Meeting people: fellow student officer wives. Artsy classes - many offered on base via the Morale, Welfare, Recreation (MWR) located at Little Hall. Martial arts: on base - Check Larson Gym. Shopping: Stafford on VA 610 (backgate Camp Barret) - very large modern shopping centers/resturants/ high end stores/WalMart. North of Quantico on I-95 massive mall called Potomac Mills. On base- MC Exchange and the Commissary. Do NOT rent anything until after he successfully completes OCS & is commissioned. Over 34% officer candidates do not get commissioned for a variety of reasons. Hopefully, he will be successful. Not meant to be a dampner, but you need to know this before becoming financially committed. Lieutenant Colonel, U S Marine Corps-Retired (been there and done that. Stationed in that area twice and retired in Stafford, VA for another 11 years - know the area).

  • How to have a wedding $3,000 budget in Northern Va?

    I am get married on July 11 2009. My first wedding and my last LOL. I am not for sure how to start or where to start. We want to get marry in a church, but both of us don't go to

    This is my idea if you guys arent necessarily set on a church wedding: Know anyone with a spacious backyard with a beautiful view? Have in the back yard, for free. Rent chairs. Another option is to rent a hall, maybe a clubhouse, Set thing up like a reception hall similar to this: http://www.kmorchidhotel.com/UploadFile/... ( I know the colors are horrible in this picture) That way everything is in one place. People all already seated. Just Bring the food and the cake out after the wedding. A friend of mine rented a hall fro 750 and did this with it. Also for favors serving trays utensils, ballons, flowers, etc. go to http://www.dollartreedirect.com/ or http://www.orientaltrading.com/ui/shared... For your invites-http://www.formal-invitations.com/ or Target- have kinkos print them for you after you make a template. Should run about 15.00 you can also so that with the programs. For food- 2 options ask friends or family to cook- lasagne or spaghetti will give you more bang for your buck, a nice salad and french or garlic bread. Party punch- 1/2 gallon fruit punch, 1 pint raspberry sherbert, 1/2 liter lemon lime pop ( 7up Sprite or an off Brand) Also since there arent that many people catering for them might not be that expensive. For a cake Costco or Sams club: They both make something similar to this, with out all of the frilly stuff at 12.00 a cake so about 36 and the stand is about 15. You can use some flowers to decorate it and cover the stand any way you want. http://www.michelesartroom.com/3tiercake... Another option is order a smaller cake for you 2 to cut, mount it on a nice stand fhttp://www.cakeabakin.com/images/special... and serve from a larger sheet cake. Don't be afraid to do the wedding bouquets yourself, theyre easy once you get a book from like hobby lobby and alot of the tools can be found at your local dollar store. Do all of this and I swear you will come in at your goal amount or less. You just gotta be willing to put in a little leg work. Also with makeing favors and bouquets- ask your mother and bridal party to come over and help make a girls night of it. Maybe cook a meal for them, nothing to fancy or order some pizza.

  • Does anyone know where these ncaa teams are located?

    I know Duke is NC, but what city? Same thing with Georgetown? Its in Maryland, but what city? 1. Duke 2. Georgetown 3. Clemson 4. Villanova 5. Seton Hall 6. Notre Dame 7.

    1. Duke Durham, NC 2. Georgetown Washington, DC 3. Clemson Greenvile, SC 4. Villanova Philadelphia, PA 5. Seton Hall newark, nj 6. Notre Dame South bend, IN 7. Gonzaga Spokane, wa 8. Drake Des Moines, IA 9. Temple Philadelphia, PA 10. George Mason Fairfax, VA 11. Purdue W LaFayette, IN 12. Xavier Cincinnati, OH 13. Marshall Charleston W VA 14. Sienna Loudonville, NY 15. BYU Provo, UT 16. Auburn Auburn, AL 17. Davidson Charlotte, NC 18. Belmount Nashville, TN butler - indy marquette - milwaukee, wi

  • How old do you have to be to be a waitress in VA?

    I need a summer job, and im 15 years old. Do small diners/restaraunts hire 15 year olds in Virginia?? and if so, could i be a waitress, or is there an age limit for being a waitress?

    Frequently Asked Questions: Child Labor Law VIRGINIA 1. At what age can a minor child work? Generally, 14 years of age. Are minors prohibited from working in certain jobs? Yes. Minors under 16 are prohibited from several occupations, which are considered unhealthy, unwholesome or dangerous. Minors aged 16 and 17 are barred from working in a shorter list of particularly hazardous occupations. Here's the List: 16VAC15-30-220. Employment of 14- and 15-year-old minors generally. A. Minors 14 and 15 years old may not be employed in any occupation declared hazardous for 16- and 17-year-old minors and, in addition, are prohibited from being employed in any of the following: 1. In any mechanical establishment. 2. In any commercial cannery. 3. In the operation of any automatic passenger or freight elevator. 4. In any dance studio. 5. In any hospital, nursing home, clinic, or other establishments providing care for resident patients. 6. As a laboratory helper, therapist, orderly, or nurse's aide. 7. At any veterinary hospital. 8. In any undertaking establishment or funeral home. 9. In curb service at restaurants. 10. In hotel and motel room service. 11. In any brick, coal, or lumber yard. 12. In any ice plant. 13. As ushers in theaters. 14. In any scaffolding work or construction trade. 15. In any outdoor theater, cabaret, carnival, fair, floor show, pool hall, club, or roadhouse. 16. As a lifeguard at a beach. 17. In the solicitation, sale, or obtaining of subscription contracts or orders for books, magazines, or other periodical publications other than newspapers. 18. Any manufacturing occupation. 19. Any mining occupation. 20. Processing occupations such as filleting of fish, dressing poultry, cracking nuts, or laundering as performed by commercial laundries and dry cleaning (except in a retail, food service, or gasoline service establishment in those specific occupations expressly permitted in 16VAC15-30-230). 21. Occupations requiring the performance of any duties in workrooms or workplaces where goods are manufactured, mined, or otherwise processed (except to the extent expressly permitted in retail, food service, or gasoline service establishments in accordance with 16VAC15-30-230). 22. Operation or tending of hoisting apparatus or of any power-driven machinery (other than office machines and machines in retail, food service, and gasoline service establishments that are specified in 16VAC15-30-230 as machines that such minors may operate in such establishments). 23. Occupations in connection with: a. Transportation of persons or property by rail, highway, air, on water, pipeline, or other means. Exception: Office or sales work in connection with these activities is permitted. b. Warehousing and storage. Exception: Office or sales work in connection with these activities is permitted. c. Communications and public utilities. Exception: Office or sales work in connection with these activities is permitted. B. EXCEPTIONS: Activities 14- and 15-year-old minors may be engaged in include: 1. Children 14 years of age and over may be engaged in office work of a clerical nature in bona fide office rooms in the establishments listed in subsection A of this section. 2. Children 14 years of age and over may be employed by dry cleaning or laundry establishments in branch stores where no processing is done on the premises. 3. Children 14 years of age and over may be employed in hospitals, nursing homes, and clinics where they may be engaged in kitchen work, tray service, or room and hall cleaning. 4. Children 14 years of age and over may be employed in bowling alleys completely equipped with automatic pin setters, but not in or about such machines.

  • What to do at night in williamsburg va?

    im going to williamsburg fri night w my gf and we are trying to find something to do thats fun we are going up there to stay in a hotel and then going to busch gdens the next day any

    Most of the area is built upon tourism and family entertainment, so there is not a lot of stuff to do at night. Most of the area is residential and the town is practically dead after 9:00pm. That being said there are a few things that go on at night that may interest you. If you guys are over 21, there are a few bars near William and Mary which is about 5 minutes from Busch Gardens. There are all located at the corner of Richmond Road and Scotland The best is the Green Leafe and is a pretty fun place to go. Just get there early to beat the rush of college students who usually get there around 11:00pm. There is also a martini bar called Alize on Scotland street, not far from the Green Leafe that is less populated by college students, but it is more expensive. Off of Monticello Ave, there is a shopping center called Newtown that has a few other bars, restaurants and a billiard hall. If you are not interested in anything alcohol related, Colonial Williamsburg runs a few ghost tours at night. There are some good restaurants near Colonial Williamsburg as well. There is also a theater in the area where they do a lot of plays and film festivals. Its called the Kimble theater and you will probably need to check to see what they are showing then. And if you feeling adventurous, you could see what events are taking on the college campus (look for events being sponsored by AMP).

  • The VA is a joke.... why?

    There are people out there returning from more extremes than my brother and cant get help, waiting and waiting. But this is a true story of my brother and the VA: My brother, a year

    You are not required to go to VA meetings to obtain benefits.

  • Did you hear what happand at VA teach?

    if u did can u tell me what u know i was sick from school today and i hear there was a shooting

    A gunman opened fire in a Virginia Tech dorm and then, two hours later, shot up a classroom building across campus Monday, killing 32 people in the deadliest shooting rampage in U.S. history. The gunman committed suicide, bringing the death toll to 33. Students bitterly complained that there were no public-address announcements on campus after the first burst of gunfire. Many said the first word they received from the university was an e-mail more than two hours into the rampage — around the time the gunman struck again. Virginia Tech President Charles Steger said authorities believed that the shooting at the dorm was a domestic dispute and mistakenly thought the gunman had fled the campus. "We had no reason to suspect any other incident was going to occur," he said. He defended the university's handling of the tragedy, saying: "We can only make decisions based on the information you had on the time. You don't have hours to reflect on it." Investigators offered no motive for the attack. The gunman's name was not immediately released, and it was not known if he was a student. The shootings spread panic and confusion on campus. Witnesses reporting students jumping out the windows of a classroom building to escape the gunfire. SWAT team members with helmets, flak jackets and assault rifles swarmed over the campus. Students and faculty members carried out some of the wounded themselves, without waiting for ambulances to arrive. A student used his cell-phone camera to record the sound of shots echoing through the stone classroom building. The massacre took place at opposite sides of the 2,600-acre campus, beginning at about 7:15 a.m. at West Ambler Johnston, a coed dormitory that houses 895 people, and continuing at least two hours later at Norris Hall, an engineering building about a half-mile away, authorities said. Two people were killed in a dormitory room, and 31 others were killed in the classroom building, including the gunman, police said. "Today the university was struck with a tragedy that we consider of monumental proportions," Steger said. "The university is shocked and indeed horrified." Steger emphasized that the university closed off the dorm after the first attack and decided to rely on e-mail and other electronic means to notify members of the university, but with 11,000 people driving onto campus first thing in the morning, it was difficult to get the word out. He said that before the e-mail went out, the university began telephoning resident advisers in the dorms to notify them and sent people to knock on doors to spread the word. Virginia Tech Police Chief Wendell Flinchum would not say how many weapons the gunman carried. But a law enforcement official, speaking on condition of anonymity because the investigation was incomplete, said that the gunman had two pistols and multiple clips of ammunition. Flinchum said that some doors in the classroom building had been chained shut from the inside. Police said they were still investigating the shooting at the dorm when they got word of gunfire at the classroom building. Some students bitterly questioned why the gunman was able to strike a second time. "What happened today, this was ridiculous," student Jason Piatt told CNN. "While they send out that e-mail, 20 more people got killed." Students and Laura Wedin, a student programs manager at Virginia Tech, said the first notification they got of the shootings came in an e-mail at 9:26 a.m., more than two hours after the first shooting. The e-mail had few details. It read: "A shooting incident occurred at West Amber Johnston earlier this morning. Police are on the scene and are investigating." The message warned students to be cautious and contact police about anything suspicious. Student Maurice Hiller said he went to a 9 a.m. class two buildings away from the engineering building, and no warnings were coming over the outdoor public address system on campus at the time. Everett Good, junior, said of the lack of warning: "I'm trying to figure that out. Someone's head is definitely going to roll over that." "We were kept in the dark a lot about exactly what was going on," said Andrew Capers Thompson, a 22-year-old graduate student from Walhalla, S.C. At an evening news conference, the university president and police chief said they were still investigating whether the shootings at the dorm and the classroom building were related. But earlier in the day, the chief said he believed there was only one gunman, and he was dead. Edmund Henneke, associate dean of engineering, said he was in the classroom building and he and colleagues had just read the e-mail advisory regarding the first shooting and were discussing it when he heard gunfire. He said moments later SWAT team members rushed them downstairs "but the doors were chained and padlocked from the inside." They left the building through a construction area that had not been locked. Henneke said it is unfair to criticize the school over the delay in warning. "People are absolutely making too much of that. You do what you can," Henneke said. "We have a huge campus. You have to close down a small town and you can't close down every way in or out." At least 26 people were being treated at three area hospitals for gunshot wounds and other injuries, authorities said. Their exact conditions were not disclosed, but at least one was sent to a trauma center and six were in surgery, authorities said. Up until Monday, the deadliest mass shooting in U.S. history was in Killeen, Texas, in 1991, when George Hennard plowed his pickup truck into a Luby's Cafeteria and shot 23 people to death, then himself. The massacre Monday took place almost eight years to the day after the Columbine High bloodbath near Littleton, Colo. On April 20, 1999, two teenagers killed 12 fellow students and a teacher before taking their own lives. Previously, the deadliest campus shooting in U.S. history was a rampage that took place in 1966 at the University of Texas at Austin, where Charles Whitman climbed the clock tower and opened fire with a rifle from the 28th-floor observation deck. He killed 16 people before he was shot to death by police. Founded in 1872, Virginia Tech is nestled in the Blue Ridge Mountains of southwestern Virginia, about 160 miles west of Richmond. With more than 25,000 full-time students, it has the state's largest full-time student population. The school is best known for its engineering school and its powerhouse Hokies football team. The rampage took place on a brisk spring day, with snow flurries swirling around the campus. The campus is centered around the Drill Field, a grassy field where military cadets — who now represent a fraction of the student body — practice. The dorm and the classroom building are on opposites sides of the Drill Field. A gasp could be heard at a campus news conference early in the day when the police chief announced that at least 20 people had been killed. Previously, only one person was thought to have been killed. A White House spokesman said President Bush was horrified by the rampage and offered his prayers to the victims and the people of Virginia. "The president believes that there is a right for people to bear arms, but that all laws must be followed," spokeswoman Dana Perino said After the shootings, all entrances to the campus were closed, and classes were canceled through Tuesday. The university set up a meeting place for families to reunite with their children. It also made counselors available and planned an assembly for Tuesday at the basketball arena. After the shooting began, students were told to stay inside away from the windows. Aimee Kanode, a freshman from Martinsville, said the shooting happened on the fourth floor of West Ambler Johnston dormitory, one floor above her room. Kanode's resident assistant knocked on her door about 8 a.m. to notify students to stay put. Police said there had been bomb threats on campus over the past two weeks by authorities but said they have not determined a link to the shootings. It was second time in less than a year that the campus was closed because of a shooting. Last August, the opening day of classes was canceled and the campus closed when an escaped jail inmate allegedly killed a hospital guard off campus and fled to the Tech area. A sheriff's deputy involved in the manhunt was killed on a trail just off campus. The accused gunman, William Morva, faces capital murder charges.

  • Where can you see all time lows fall concert dates??

    i cant find them so plz i really wanna see if they are coming

    THURS 10-09 Norfolk, VA @ The Norva FRI 10-10 Cheswick, PA @ Gravity Nightclub SAT 10-11 Allentown, PA @ Crocodile Rock Cafe SUN 10-12 New York, NY @ Roseland Ballroom MON 10-13 Washington, DC @ Nightclub 9:30 10-14 (OFF) WED 10-15 Charlotte, NC @ Tremont Music Hall THURS 10-16 Jacksonville Beach, FL @ Free Bird Live FRI 10-17 Ft. Lauderdale, FL @ Revolution SAT 10-18 Lake Buena Vista, FL @ House Of Blues SUN 10-19 St. Petersburg, FL @ Jannus Landing MON 10-20 Atlanta, GA @ The Masquerade 10-21 (OFF) WED 10-22 Houston, TX @ House Of Blues THURS 10-23 Dallas, TX @ House Of Blues FRI 10-24 McAllen, TX @ El Rey Theater SAT 10-25 Austin, TX @ La Zona Rosa 10-26 (OFF) MON 10-27 Albuquerque, NM @ Sunshine Theatre TUES 10-28 Tempe, AZ @ Marquee Theatre WED 10-29 Las Vegas, NV @ House Of Blues THURS 10-30 Ventura, CA @ Ventura Theatre FRI 10-31 San Diego, CA @ Soma SAT 11-01 West Hollywood, CA @ House Of Blues SUN 11-02 Anaheim, CA @ House Of Blues 11-03 (OFF) TUES 11-04 San Francisco, CA @ Grand Ballroom WED 11-05 Sacramento, CA @ The Boardwalk THURS 11-06 Portland, OR @ Wonder Ballroom FRI 11-07 Seattle, WA @ El Corazon SAT 11-08 Boise, ID @ The Venue 11-09 (OFF) MON 11-10 Denver, CO @ Gothic Theatre TUES 11-11 Kansas City, MO @ Beaumont Club 11-12 (OFF) THURS 11-13 Minneapolis, MN @ First Avenue FRI 11-14 Milwaukee, WI @ The Rave SAT 11-15 Chicago, IL @ House Of Blues SUN 11-16 Chicago, IL @ House Of Blues MON 11-17 St. Louis, MO @ The Pageant 11-18 (OFF) WED 11-19 Cincinnati, OH @ Bogart's THURS 11-20 Columbus, OH @ Newport Music Hall FRI 11-21 Detroit, MI @ Clutch Cargos SAT 11-22 Cleveland, OH @ House Of Blues SUN 11-23 Toronto, ON @ Kool Haus 11-24 (OFF) TUES 11-25 Buffalo, NY @ Town Ballroom WED 11-26 Worcestor, MA @ Palladium 11-27 (OFF) FRI 11-28 TBA SAT 11-29 Philadelphia, PA @ Electric Factory These are all confirmed by All Time Low's sound guy, Evan.

  • Post 9/11 GIB? Where's my money?!!?!?

    Hey folks, just had one question about the GIB. I've heard rumors through the campus halls about how the payments are gonna work out. The college VA rep has told me the semester

    No idea. Going to buy mine out of pocket. Then get the book stipend later. I really should do that this week...