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I'm pleased to see that we're still winning the war against fun.
I have both "Enter Sandman" and "Hell's Bells" on my IPOD but, to be honest, I find that I listen to "Hell's Bells" much more frequently, but then, I'm in San Diego.
Is this an East Coast/West Coast thing?
Nothing can beat going up to the plate with Jimmy Buffett's "Why Don't We Get Drunk and Screw" as your music.
Goo Goo Muck by the Cramps
I wasn't aware that the walkup music ever went over 15 seconds. That sounds like a long time to me.
It usually doesn't, but sometimes you get a delay from something like a player tying his shoe or a pitcher having a conversation with his catcher, and it would be nice to be able to cover that with something other than awkward silence.
It's a silly rule but, "awkward silence"? Is not having music or games blaring over loudspeakers actually awkward?
I agree with the Victorinos and Vlads of the world. MLB might be reminded from time to time that it is after all an entertainment product and not curing cancer.
If you play 15 seconds of a song, cut it off in mid-phrase, and then have silence for while one guy putzes with a thing and everyone else stands around, that's awkward. I would have thought the distinction was obvious.
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