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  • 1871 - The Spindles release their debut record, Sick Flinging in the Dreeb Realm. Thomas Garglechunk first assembles and performs on his trademark drum set, which was comprised of: 3 live bass, 3 geese, and an otter, and played on by two drumsticks with handles whittled to look like cigars.
  • 2001 - Weezer makes a 9 figure donation to the Children's Hospital of Los Angeles after, to quote the Timeline of Sass, "many untrained children fail at attempting the dangerously sassy Impossible Bend, and more sass-related hospitalizations occur." Brian Bell has yet to comment on the matter.
  • 2002 - A sweaty Japanese man in the kitchen of his parent's two bedroom apartment begins printing and burning copies of The Kitchen Tapes and First Real Demo. Brian Bell has yet to comment on the matter.
  • 2006 - One of the original Mattzine editors sends an email to their fellow co-editors proposing that they reconvene in the wake of The Rentals reforming and going on tour. Ending a long hiatus of communication between the publication's editorial team - a hiatus oft-compared in terms of seriousness to the hiatus between Pinkerton and Green - the old friends reconnect and reminisce about the good old days. This one has a happy ending. Brian Bell has yet to comment on the matter.
  • 2008 - The almighty Admin descends from the heavens to deliver a hefty list of commandments. Brian Bell has yet to comment on the matter.
  • 2010 - Rivers Cuomo releases his solo album The Vengeance of Mortimer Collins: A Sea Opera. Brian Bell has yet to comment on the matter.
  • 2010 - Same day as above. The Board of Directors of Hurley the clothing company have a screaming match in their big window-paned office in Lower Manhattan. They are devastated at the CEO that he didn't actually invest in Weezer's eighth studio album, the opus Hurley, as Brian Bell had reported. Brian Bell has yet to comment on the matter, despite rumors that he has more than six figures invested in Hurley stock.
  • 2011 - Scott Shriner explodes. Brian Bell has yet to comment on the matter.
  • 2020 - Weezerpedia is singlehandedly revived by a man with a concerning affixation on bootleg Weezer releases. Brian Bell has yet to comment on the matter.
  • 2022 - Karl Koch reveals in a conversation with Karlophone connoisseur "Burnst" "Jamp" that he is actually the little man on the cover of I Must Find This Karlophone.... Jamp stated the following: "It was obvious, how could I have been so blind?". Brian Bell has yet to comment on the matter.