The Perm & The Skullet is a non-profit music blog devoted to bringing you music of all kinds.
Although we prefer that rustic, acoustic, unusual, whiskey soaked sound, we do like music of all styles and genres. If you have something you think we should listen to, by all mean, let us know.
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Friday, July 01, 2005
Long Weekend Ahead
and what a long day today has been. Got a lot accomplished here at work though. Hung our new key material and finally finished the sound booth and got Second Cinema ready for tonight's airing. Hope to get alot done this weekend on the home front and might try to catch a Durham Bulls game on Sunday. Not a big baseball fan, but I do love me some Ball Park activites, ie. heckling, PBR's, and dogs. Listening to The Harder They Come soundtrack right now and it is definently getting me in the mood for the long weekend. I hope everyone has a fun and safe weekend and think about what the "4th" means and who has sacrificed for us to have these luxaries. Will post more later tonight or tomorrow morning. Have a good one...
posted by Matt Hayhurst @ 6:41 PM
At 1:52 AM, silberpete said…
I too may see a Bulls game this weekend. I'm a recent convert. Who knows or cares what happens in the game when you have good pizza, cold beer, fresh air,and children sumo wrestling. And karoake champions. And costumed characters doing donuts in crazy supercharged gocarts. And fat people falling drunkenly over and into your row and seeming to need to have broken a neck or back, but cartoon physics is the rule of the day at a Bulls game. Improbably dressed women try to get noticed while scooting through rows of equally improbably dedicated fans filling out those score/stat cards you get handed at the door. When you walk in, you may run into your date's boss showing headlights in a bra free shirt. On the way to the beer stand, you are happily suprised to see a balloon animal twister entertaining children. Where are you? This is great. As you leave, sunset dulled by Miller Light and junk food, you hear a Billy Joel impersonator rustling up some nostalgia for something you never actually experienced before. Just like the nostalgia of this Bulls game. These people have figured out how to extract the magic experience of the bar, the concert, the diner....... and added clean bathrooms and a community feeling, free of random unwanted danger. Yeah, I think I like it too.