Love Bunni Press

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Love Bunni Press is a zine distro started a long, long, long time ago by a Reverand John Xerxes Piche, who we can call RJXP for short.  
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'''Love Bunni Press''' is a [[zine]] [[distro]] started in 1988 by Reverand [[John Xerxes Piche]], who is called RJXP for short.  
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RJXP lived a lonely, sad life in Cleveland Heights, Ohio where he wasted away his days playing Risk (by himself) and pretending to be tuff. One day he just could not take the loneliness anymore, thus he place a classified ad in Maximum Rock and Roll begging for pen pals. However, he wrote the ad as if he were a young, punk rock princess. He recieved an uncountable number of replies which he then published as an anthology called The Diane Files.  
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RJXP lived a lonely, sad life in Cleveland Heights, Ohio where he wasted away his days playing Risk (by himself) and pretending to be tuff. One day he just could not take the loneliness anymore, thus he place a classified ad in [[Maximum Rock and Roll]] begging for pen pals. However, he wrote the ad as if he were a young, punk rock princess. He recieved an uncountable number of replies which he then published as an anthology called [[The Diane Files]].  
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This was only the beginning. I'll let him finish the rest.
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==External Links==
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* [http://www.lovebunnipress.com/ Love Bunni Press]
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Revision as of 13:11, 20 October 2006

Love Bunni Press is a zine distro started in 1988 by Reverand John Xerxes Piche, who is called RJXP for short.

RJXP lived a lonely, sad life in Cleveland Heights, Ohio where he wasted away his days playing Risk (by himself) and pretending to be tuff. One day he just could not take the loneliness anymore, thus he place a classified ad in Maximum Rock and Roll begging for pen pals. However, he wrote the ad as if he were a young, punk rock princess. He recieved an uncountable number of replies which he then published as an anthology called The Diane Files.

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