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Our friend Jimi played bass in the late, lamented Screw 32, and whenever we'd see him, instead of a standard hello, we'd greet him with a vocal rendition of his lift of the Circle Jerks' memorable bass lick in "Coup d'Etat," which, of course, was on the Repo Man soundtrack. Speaking of repo men, the Cleveland Plain Dealer (CTE's favorite title for any newspaper, ever) has a bit on what the men who come for your auto find after they arrive to take it away. Our favorite is the hubcap barbeque.

Towing Away Cars a Revealing Exercise [Cleveland Plain Dealer]

This is State Control: Towing May Violate Human Rights [Internal]