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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Monday, July 11, 2005
While in an earlier post, I felt that the results of the G8 summit were a "success" if having to choose a side, but felt this way only because I thought less would have actually come from the meeting. So in my mind, if someone over achieves what is expected from them, then that would have to be termed a success, right? Well, I know problems in Africa and around the world for that matter, are not fixed , nor will they be totally, but here is Make Poverty History's response to the G8. Very eye opening and an interesting read. Open your mind, that's all I can say.
posted by Matt Hayhurst @ 1:04 AM