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Tumaros

My Experience: Twenty Years of "Dookie"

Awesome!

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Great write-up. Thanks for the Trilogy love too!

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I did not expect to read an approach from somebody who was a toddler back then and generally, I was a bit put off with the ego blasting all around your website and I think you should, perhaps, tone it down a tiny wee bit...but other than that, the said approach turned out interesting. I would never present an article of this kind without a "Hi, I'm blabla, please read this..." so that's something to look out for next time? Not just hit and run, ey?

It would be really fun to have a face-to-face talk show featuring somebody who was an adult fan when Dookie came out, one of us who were teenybopers, one of you who were too young (or, why not, not even born yet) but warmed up to it and somebody who never warmed up to it and who does not identify with anything prior to American Idiot.

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I enjoyed reading that, thanks for sharing it with us!

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