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After breif stint off the Interwebs, stereogum returned today saying that yes they were hacked but no the hackers did not leave the clever ha ha message that we wrote about the other day.

Kids, I wrote that. The intention wasn't to punk the blogosphere -- what hacker correctly uses 'whom' and posts a Bob Dylan MP3? -- but to amuse you while we were pwned. I see how it would appear a hacker wrote it. Sorry for the confusion. (Well, not that sorry. Gawker love's hard to find if you're not Crazy 'Us Weekly' Guy™.)

Yes, we fell for it, but we're also glad they're back.+ The best porn blogger in town, Luke Ford reports that the 3rd anniversary of Porn Star Karoke went down last week at Sardo's in Burbank. I guess if you see a girl looking like this heading toward the karoke place you might get lucky... and hear a bunch of porn stars singing.

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+ Over at the Martini Republic they've got a picture of La Super Rica in Santa Barbara. And even though those days are sadly passed, there was a long period of time where the best burrito in Santa Barbara wasn't even in Santa Barbara, it was in nearby Isla Vista, for half the price.

Tacos Acapulco (later Tia Albertos) was just as good as the Milpas staple and one didn't need to leave the company of 4,000 college girls. Half of whom were single.