How a Boston Marathon bombing photo got covered by an AC/DC cover September 23, 2021 September 23, 2021 admin

How an AC-DC cover got covered with an “Acoustic” cover by the Boston Celtics, which was originally meant for the “Boston Thunder” in the 1984 NBA finals.

It’s a bit of a story, but one that’s worth telling for those of us who were caught up in the chaos after the blasts.

The cover itself was a copy of a 1985 cover from an American Hockey League team called the Cleveland Monsters, and was used to promote the team’s upcoming game against the Dallas Stars.

“The cover was meant to promote Cleveland’s upcoming home game against Dallas at the BMO Harris Bradley Center,” said Kevin McInerney, the team marketing director.

But after the Boston bombing, it was accidentally used to advertise the Boston team’s game against Washington in the first round of the playoffs.

And then it was used again in a cover that was also meant to encourage the game.

So how did it end up being used to cover a Boston team that wasn’t even on the same team as the Monsters?

“It was an accident,” McInterney said.

“We accidentally used the cover and it got picked up by the team and it ended up getting used on a Cleveland team game.”

And it happened because of an accidental error by the media.

While the cover may have been a little overblown at the time, there were a lot of other issues with it at the end of the day.

For starters, the Monsters had already won three straight games to go into the playoffs, and were playing the Washington Capitals.

So the cover was not just an unfortunate one-off.

Even after the cover ended up being a publicity stunt, the story continued to be used to sell merchandise.

There were two cover items that the Boston Thunder used, which were originally intended for the Dallas Thunder, but were mistakenly sent to the team for a cover of their own.

As you might imagine, it didn’t end up looking very good on the Thunder.

They did get the Thunder to buy the cover, and the Thunder ended up using the cover for several merchandise items.

One of those items was the Thunder’s new “Boston Acoustic” poster, which is still a big deal today.

Here are the other two covers: The “Boston” cover was used in a 1987 “The Art of Living” book, which sold out quickly.

In 1988, the “Thunder” cover, which had a slightly different design, was used as a promotional piece for the team during their Super Bowl halftime show.

A cover of the Thunder from 1991 was also used during a 1992 game between the Oklahoma City Thunder and the Los Angeles Lakers, which led to some controversy.

It was the same cover used on the “Acoustics” poster that was used for a 1993 Super Bowl commercial.

After the Thunder won the 1991 NBA championship, they gave the cover back to the Boston Monster, and this time, the cover did not make the cover.

That same year, the Thunder used a “Boston ACoustic” edition of the “Art of Living.”

The 1995 “Thunder and Acoustic,” as it was called, is still in use today.