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Notes on the last two days

For some reason, it's easier to leave the house early to work at the office when ten people are staying in a four bedroom house.

When I got home, darts were being played upstairs. Al temprarily lost Melinda and Jeff in a hastily-made bet. Later, Last night Al made tacos for everyone. With Christina as an extra dinner guest and Eve's friends stopping over, I thought that the fire marshall might try to shut us down. [Not that I'm complaining: the house will be incredibly lonely this weekend when everyone is gone.]

For evening entertainment, we watched reality TV (omg. Rob's back on For Love or Money?), and played cards--this time for a small amount of cash. I seem to be doomed to win people's honor, but lose my money in card games.

Tonight, I'm going to check out the flash mob and eat Ethiopian food.

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How was the flash mob? We hatched this awesome plan at work to make a metaflash mob, but of course we didn't actually do it.
It was kind of fun (and it got my face on KING 5 news).

The crowd wasn't particularly large, maybe 50-70 people "protesting protest" for six minutes. It actually seemed like a long time. Maybe staying on schedule seemed confusing/stressful to me because I had just rushed around downtown to find posterboard, get to the rendezvous point, and quickly drink a gin and tonic.

I'll be interested to see what they come up with next. A Protest in westlake center isn't especially uncommon. I guess it's the flashy part that's interesting, not necessarily the mob.

i want to be cool, too.

please keep me posted on the next flash mob.

top secret self-destructing message

http://groups.yahoo.com/group/seattleflashmob/

Maybe participating in this will help me to achieve my lifelong ambition of being seen in an I SAW U.

Re: top secret self-destructing message

"you.. lynyrd skynyrd hat. me... little kitty."