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Clear Black Concert with Moony: College kids get in for free!

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Last year, I attended Clear’s Black Campaign Fashion Show. This year, they’re making more waves for a Black Valentine’s celebration with Moony in concert (College kids get in for free!).

Have you been noticing a trend in the anti-romance movement for Valentine’s? Last year, around this time, mag:net Katipunan celebrated LOVE is EVOL, a reading of break up letters with Geek Chorus and Da Pulis.

Together with JC Medina and Gabe Mercado, we’ve been planning a second LOVE is EVOL this month as we celebrate the anniversary of Geek Chorus. The original spiel went something like “last year we gave you Love is Evol … this year, we give you something totally OLD: Love is MediEVOL!!”

The original concept was to construct a life-size catapult built from plans taken from the Internet. On the cataput will sit a huge ball where anyone can place the names of those who have hurt them in the past. The ball will be set on fire and will be flung into a huge paper heart. If we miss, we attack the paper heart with flaming pikes.

By Jayvee Fernandez

Jayvee Fernandez is a tech enthusiast, EAN certified SCUBA Diver and underwater photographer based in Metro Manila, Philippines. His photos and videos have appeared in various international and local publications including Random House Germany, Discovery Channel Canada, and CNN.

4 replies on “Clear Black Concert with Moony: College kids get in for free!”

Pike, 10 to 20 feet long, would be hard to carry or throw. 🙂

Will it not be easier to use torches. A mob of Geek armed with torches would probably do the trick. 🙂

I wonder if my chemica romance can sue them for using “the black parade”?

On another note, where’s geek chorus’ event going to be held this time?

I believe My Chemical Romance owns the intellectual property rights for “The Black Parade” around the world.

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