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  1. John Stabb [has] passed away after a battle with stomach cancer. We lost one of the most unique, quirky, honest and dynamic hardcore singers of our time. He was It was an honor to watch John perform with Government Issue in I was mesmerized as he slithered across the stage with duct tape wrapped around parts of his body.
  2. Because Rep. Lewis said a few choice words about the inaction from the White House and current occupant about the lack of restraint by the “police” or the encouragement of the far right (“good people”).
  3. A Few Choice Words From John Stabb: Notes Purple vinyl with xeroxed sleeve, some sleeves printed with larger white box around "Limited Edition " on front. Other Versions (5 of 6) View All. Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year; SS7EP Government Issue: Video.
  4. 1. A Few Choice Words From John Stabb: Government Issue (often referred to as G.I.) was a punk rock band from Washington, DC. The band formed in and split in Government Issue - Video Soundtrack 7" DC Hardcore Super Seven Records
  5. And an old girlfriend said, “Just tell him that if GI would have been on the bill, there would have been a lot more people there.” So she went up to him and goes, “Hey, John Stabb said -” and then he goes, “John Stabb? Where is he? I’m going to kick his ass!” He was so .
  6. John Stabb of GOVERNMENT ISSUE. Interviewed November 11, Government Issue [wiki / MySpace] was a Washington D.C. punk band active from to The band was fronted by John Stabb for the duration but there were many musicians in the line up over the years including Brian Baker (Minor Threat, Bad Religion), Tom Lyle, and Mike Fellows.
  7. Jul 29,  · The leading Democrat, Matt Lieberman, was the choice of just 14 percent of voters, while another Democrat, the Rev. Dr. Raphael Warnock, had the support of 9 percent.
  8. The National Catholic Register is a service of EWTN News, Inc. in Irondale, AL. Donations to support the Register are made to EWTN News, Inc., an Alabama nonprofit and section (c)3 public.

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