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High school band of Tim Mason, protagonist of the 2007 novel ''The Abstinence Teacher''.
 
High school band of Tim Mason, protagonist of the 2007 novel ''The Abstinence Teacher''.
 
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"What, were you some kind of big ladies' man in high school?He bobbed his head noncommitally, as if to say that this was a complicated question deserving of a thoughtful answer. <br />
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"What, were you some kind of big ladies' man in high school?"<br />
"Not at first. I was a skinny kid with a bad complexion. We called ourselves '''Circuit Breaker''' for a while. Then we changed it to Balin Son of Dwalin." <br />
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He bobbed his head noncommitally, as if to say that this was a complicated question deserving of a thoughtful answer. <br />
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"Not at first. I was a skinny kid with a bad complexion. But I joined a band my junior year. We called ourselves '''Circuit Breaker''' for a while. Then we changed it to Balin Son of Dwalin." <br />
 
"That's a terrible name."<br />
 
"That's a terrible name."<br />
"We liked it," he said. "It was some kind of Tolkien thing." <br />
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"We liked it," he said. "It was some kind of Tolkien thing."<br />
 
"Balin Son of Dwalin? Why not Big Buncha Dorks?"<br />
 
"Balin Son of Dwalin? Why not Big Buncha Dorks?"<br />
"Go ahead and mock," he said. "But we were pretty popular.<br />
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"Go ahead and mock," he said. "But we were pretty popular. Lots of female fans."<br />
 
 
 
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"So what happened to the band? Did Balin Son of Dwalin survive high school?"<br />
 
"So what happened to the band? Did Balin Son of Dwalin survive high school?"<br />

Revision as of 20:00, 15 July 2014

High school band of Tim Mason, protagonist of the 2007 novel The Abstinence Teacher.

"What, were you some kind of big ladies' man in high school?"
He bobbed his head noncommitally, as if to say that this was a complicated question deserving of a thoughtful answer.
"Not at first. I was a skinny kid with a bad complexion. But I joined a band my junior year. We called ourselves Circuit Breaker for a while. Then we changed it to Balin Son of Dwalin."
"That's a terrible name."
"We liked it," he said. "It was some kind of Tolkien thing."
"Balin Son of Dwalin? Why not Big Buncha Dorks?"
"Go ahead and mock," he said. "But we were pretty popular. Lots of female fans."
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"So what happened to the band? Did Balin Son of Dwalin survive high school?"
"Not really."