cradle & hoops
djsad at sapoverde.net
Tue Mar 30 14:17:28 EST 2004
My 2 cents....It looked like a new TV to me. I seem to remember the old one was like Hell's TV aka a fun house mirror/TV. But maybe that's just warped memory. The Cradle TV also is higher than it used to be so that people can't sit in front of it.
As I told Ross, if I had known that it looked so good I would have arrived early and seen the all the acts at the Marauder show as well as the game. (And the parts of the music that I saw were wicked good, wow!)
Watching at the Cradle also eliminates the possibility of hearing that jackass Billy Packer....which you know is a plus.
---------- Original Message ----------------------------------
From: grady at ibiblio.org
Reply-To: RTP-area local music and culture <ch-scene at lists.ibiblio.org>
Date: Tue, 30 Mar 2004 13:55:28 -0500
>At the risk of just repeating what Anne said, I was there last weekend
>(what, 9 days ago?) for the Torch CD release party, there was some sort
>of game on, and I had absolutely no trouble seeing anything on the
>screen. It appeared to be perfectly clear.
>Are you guys getting old? Did Frank or somebody focus the projector?
>Does anybody really care? Has anybody been to the Cradle since Saturday
>3/20 to provide us a third datum for our curve?
>Jeff Hart wrote:
>> naught at nil.com wrote in message news:<c4acce$p0c$1 at gargoyle.oit.duke.edu>...
>>>I just played there a few months back, and the TV to the right of the bar was almost
>>>impossible to watch. Maybe there's another one they didn't have on?
>> i saw the ncsu/maryland acc tourney game on that big screen and it was
>> really fuzzy. happy that frank turned it on (at our request) and it
>> was better than nothing. couldn't read the score basically. that was,
>> what two weeks ago?
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