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introversion / calling people makes me tired

Lately, I've been splitting my time between school/work (digging old information out of my brain, pushing new information in, writing and revising, etc.) and volunteering for the Dean campaign (calling people, entering data, etc.). Today was similar, and I added a few hours of reading techfee proposals to the agenda and walked home uphill before the rain started in earnest.


Howard Dean’s “Standing Up For a Change Tour,” swings through Seattle this Saturday, January 31, as the former Vermont governor will host a town hall meeting to discuss his plan to fix our nation’s ailing healthcare system.

The town hall meeting, which will take place at Town Hall in downtown Seattle, will be open to the general public and will feature a brief speech by the governor followed by an extensive question and answer session. This will be an ideal time to encourage your friends and family who are still undecided to come to Town Hall to both hear the governor and participate in this worthwhile event.

WHAT: Town Hall Meeting hosted by Governor Howard Dean

WHEN: Saturday, January 31, 2004
3-4 p.m.
Doors will open at 2:15 p.m.
Guests are encouraged to show up early as seating is limited.

WHERE: Town Hall
1119 Eighth Avenue (at Seneca Street) Seattle, WA 98101