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First Recount of Cha Cha's Birthday Show

The first (inebriated) recount of Chelsea Callahan's birthday shindig at the Double Wide last night, compliments of our own Andrea Grimes, who emceed the event:

"Chelsea Callahan lap-danced a chair at my insistence. The crowd didn't give a shit about my jokes. They wanted rock and roll. And Dove Hunter/Big Buck Hunter (coulda been either one, they both made me pay 50 cents to handle them) brought that shit."

Please, regale us with your own tale of rock 'n' roll craziness and/or lap dances. -- Chelsea Ide

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