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Thursday, April 19, 2007

Today on Line Out

posted by on April 19 at 15:44 PM

Choice Voice: Kevin Suggs says how to successfully record vocals.

Love for Al Stewart: And his Love Chronicles.

Book Report: You’re not punk, and I’m telling everyone.

Shut Up: No, seriously. Local clubs want you quiet.

Need to Kill Some Time?: Terry has the playlist for you.

It’s hard to beat a baby hippo… but this baby zebra sure is sweet:


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I totally get the objective of the club protest, but why make it so late on a weeknight? If the goal is to give people a sense of what not having these clubs around would be like (i.e. shutting off the music, halting service), then it seems like it would have a greater impact at a time when there are the maximum number of patrons, which I would think, if they have to do it on a Thursday, would be a tad earlier in the evening, say around 10:00 p.m. or so.

Doing it on a Friday or Saturday would have been even better: more people, more bands, more opportunity for patrons to "get the idea" of the protest. Certainly the establishments can't be all that concerned they'd lose $$ - it's only five minutes, after all.

Posted by COMTE | April 19, 2007 3:57 PM

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