Newswire: A guy sent Jawbreaker a letter paying them back for bootlegs he used to sell on eBay

We’ve all done things we regret, but one fan of the ‘90s emo band Jawbreaker felt so bad about selling some of their bootlegs on eBay that he decided to pay them back—with interest—15 years later. At least that’s the story we can glean from this photo posted on Jawbreaker’s official Facebook page.

The photo, for anyone who doesn’t feel like clicking the link or scrolling down, is of a typed message that Jawbreaker’s Adam Pfahler received in an envelope with no return address. The letter—which oddly doesn’t begin with “Dear you”—is from a guy who says he made “approximately $600” off of Jawbreaker b-side CDs he sold on eBay “about 15 years ago” before the band sent him a cease and desist letter. The writer says he was “an aimless, desperate, naive, dumb kid” who “didn’t realize” how …

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