Wednesday, October 20, 2004

When does the curse vanish?

Red Sox ... how sweet it is. The Sox are, after all, one of the big-league teams that employ Pittsburgh Pirates. Wish we could send Boston a new toll-taker for the Mass Pike, i.e., Tom Murphy.

We lost our soccer game tonight by the score of 11-1. So, in a small way, ever so small, I share the same feelings of the Yankees. Isn't it great how sports can unite?

But music has the power to unite as well, perhaps more so than sports. We are really excited about the visit from Amy Carol Webb. She is so good. Hope to see many of you there. Don't miss it.

1 comment:

Mark Rauterkus said...

A new curse is born in a female's death and a sapped liberty:

In Boston, a 21-year-old college student was killed while celebrating the Red Sox victory over the Yankees this week. Police fired a projectile into a rowdy crowd, striking Victoria Snelgrove in the head. The East Bridgewater woman died later in the day. Boston's mayor is considering a ban on liquor sales during the World Series to help prevent similar rowdiness.