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Nix Bros. celebrate Denver in hilarious hipster parody

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Got a tip on this hilarious video for the band Question Block (nice Nintendo reference, by the way) and their song "All You Haters (Suck My Balls)" and we can't think of a better way to start off a Monday. The song itself is a funny self-parodying blast of hipster-hate, which we can totally get behind -- hipsters hate everything, especially themselves, after all. What's really cool here is the bevy of recognizable locations in the vid -- the hi-dive, Cheesman Park and a bike shop in Highlands all make an appearance and people (pay special attention to the dreadlocked dude; looks a lot like our boy Randy Washington, a regular contributor A Walking Disater blog, who recently moved to Brooklyn). You can thank (or blame, depending on how the video makes you feel) the Nix Bros., a couple filmmakers originally from Las Vegas that have made our fair city home -- and now are helping to make it famous. Sort of. Enjoy, and thanks to the Denver Egotist for the tip.

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