Well, I ain’t married or engaged just yet, but I believe I am a suitor, unlike today’s guest who’s bonafidism ain’t backed by faith, but sheer fact. A newlywed, plus the lead singer of Copstabber, a punk rock band that I dare say is absolutely “bonafide”, I reckon, old Copstabber Dave be just as bonafide as The President of The United States, or at least the king of a small country. Hell, he’d have to be. Because any man whose music is as poetic as his is, well, that man just has to be, that’s right you guessed it, bonafide. And hell if he didn’t have it tattooed across his girly, little baby hands. Anyway, Mr. Martini and I traveled by bus to conduct the following podcast, and we can assure you, that out of all the passengers on said bus, with the exclusion us, not a one were bonafide. Now, the subsequent conversation was conducted in the filthy, grimy, seedy cellar of The Sidebar, located in downtown, Baltimore, MD. And although the nature of the room we spoke in was anything but bonafide, well, rest assured that the venue, as a whole, was incredibly bonafide. And all the bands that played with Copstabber that night, both The Attack and The Business, respectively, were also bonafide. Yes, suffice it to say, that the, at times intelligent and at times idiotic, dialogue, which is about to ensue, is forever interesting, and the complete and total embodiment of those who harbor a genuine bonafide disposition. Sam hell, let’s just get to it. Say hello to Copstabber – well, at least the majority share. The one who looked like a lumberjack must’a had better things to do. And just as an aside to Dave, in regards to Tone Lo-Ki in the SLAM video by ONYX, you may freeze frame at 3:07. Salutations.
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