Scouse Gits were AWESOME! Best show of 2013. Tristan and Matt K. were on fire. Foster is a wild front man, as you probably know, and I could stare at Stan pretty much forever just contemplating his very existence. He keeps it so real, as does AT, who looked magnificent. There was a Harley convention in town and some motorcycle club with Clamper colors flooded the bar. I was a little freaked out but the Scouse Gits cleared them out, which completely surprised me.
Soo...we took a cab to the club (only 13. 50 to West Sac, split three ways!) and got a ride home with JG. This is due to the shooting on Friday three blocks from my house. What shooting you say? I can understand because the Bee is completely not reporting on it. Sacramentopress is, however, and props to them! The woman was gravely injured, although I can't disclose how. So thanks, Sacbee, for writing a tiny online blurb that pretty much blamed her.
Went to see the new Jack Gallagher play at B street yesterday. It was s lightly interactive and WB pulled a move that got pretty much the biggest laugh in the house. People love an improv. It was enjoyable but not compelling. I think I might have enjoyed some of his other plays which dealt with serious family issues. He did pull the ol' heartstrings at one point and I teared up. WB and I agreed that we were mostly affected by this mention of death because it made it think of our own deaths. But isn't that the case in a lot of stories about death? No? Is it just us?