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Friday BBQ Spotify 11/1/13

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If you travel by a horse farm and see some of the younger horses cavorting and seeming to have fun in everything they do together – chances are they’re fillies. More so than young boys, girls of every species seem to just want to have fun and most importantly, share it with each other. Boys want to have fun no doubt, but they tend to be much more solitary at first. (The co-conspirator hijinks are usually reserved for later, if my memories hold true.) We were at a Halloween party last night where our friends get their band together every year, dress up in Halloween costumes, and play mostly rock and roll for trick-or-treaters of all ages. And who’s up front dancing with each other regardless of whether their respective men want to participate? All the girls of course. Of all ages.


Peasall Sisters


So it shouldn’t be a surprise to anyone that girls grow up and form some pretty incredible musical groups. Rock and roll. Country. Blues. Gospel. It doesn’t matter what the genre is – girls will figure out how to do it well. And best of all, have a lot of fun doing it together. Remember to turn your clocks back an hour this Saturday night, and have a fabulous early November weekend everyone. And love your girls.



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Mark is the Business Manager and resident “Smokologist” for Tex Howard’s Pit-Smoked Bar-B-Que. He loves his girls, the San Francisco Giants, the great states of California, Colorado, New Mexico and Texas, and any food that’s been smoked.

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