Blogger Joe Stumble of Last Days of Man On Earth, Shares His Three Favorite Posts

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Joe Stumble, 39, runs the local mp3 blog Last Days of Man on Earth, which shares downloadable tracks from underground bands from eras gone-by. It's a treasure trove for music lovers who want to hear these songs but don't have the scratch to get an out-of-press copy on eBay. For his dedication Stumble is one of the 13 bloggers we love.

*Meet many of these bloggers in-person for our first-ever RFT blogger happy hour at 5 p.m. tonight at Blueberry Hill on Delmar. (We've conveniently scheduled it at 5 p.m. for your sake: you have a legit reason to cut work early!)*

Go to our favorite blogger archive page to see more local bloggers' all-time favorite posts.

Stumble shares his three favorite posts below.
Joe Stumble, the blogger behind Last Days of Man on Earth. - PHOTO: EMILY GOOD
  • Photo: Emily Good
  • Joe Stumble, the blogger behind Last Days of Man on Earth.
Here are my three favorite blog posts that I can remember:

http://www.lastdaysofmanonearth.com/blog/?p=342
Novak interview. Undiscovered punk rock musician and producer granted me an interview that ended up probably being the most legitimate thing I ever wrote.

http://www.lastdaysofmanonearth.com/blog/?p=223
Book review of "Nightmare in Punk Alley". Best example of my writing style. Got to meet Brendan Mullen before he sadly died.

http://www.lastdaysofmanonearth.com/blog/?p=563
The most personal thing I ever wrote on the Last Days. No music. Was surprised at how much it was shared across the web.

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