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- Posted on Nov 20th 2008 3:00PM by John D. Luerssen
Since the deadly September plane crash that drummer Travis Barker and DJ AM survived, the punk trio, who have been estranged for nearly four years now, have a newfound respect for both life and eachother.
"Tom, Travis and I have all spoken together," Blink's singer/bassist Mark Hoppus writes on his blog, Hi My Name Is Mark. "First through a number of phone calls, and then a couple of weeks ago we all hung out for a few hours."
"They've all been great, very positive conversations," Hoppus continues. "We're just reconnecting as friends after four years of not talking. It's a good thing. Obviously the first question for a lot of people will be 'Does this mean a Blink-182 reunion?' The answer is none of us know. We haven't talked about it at all. Right now it's just good for the three of us to see one another, reconnect, and let the past be the past."
"The events of the past two months supersede everything that happened before," Hoppus concludes. "Life is too short."