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Wednesday, February 14, 2007

Rocky Mountain Blogger Bash 6.0

It’s Not Too Late!

RMBB 6.0 is just a few days away, so plan to have drinks with the most self-important, obviously arrogant, and downright geekiest people on the Internet.

Or something like that.

Actually, nearly everyone who has attended a Bash is a person I’m better for knowing. There’s more intelligent conversation than shots (although the divide is pretty slender), more laughter than scowls, and you might actually make a friend or two.

If you know that you’ll be coming, let me know either by leaving a comment or by emailing me at zombyboy -at- resurrectionsong -dot- com so I can get you on the little list of love.

Rocky Mountain Blogger Bash 6.0
Friday, 16 February 2007
6:30 PM - Close
Upstairs at the Wynkoop Brewery (Centrally-ish Located)

They’ll Be Celebrating the Bashing of Bloggers

I’m pretty sure that Wheels will be there. Just to keep a close eye on the furniture, if nothing else.
Shannon will be there. Although, with her puritanical ways, she won’t be much fun at all.
Andy will be there. Because, you know, he’s one of the organizers. Doesn’t really have a choice.
Matt will be there. Which is nice because I’ll have someone to who’ll talk about Cat Power and football.
Robert will be there. Because he made a foolish bet.
Left Off Colfax will be there. Because he needs to collect on a bet.
Molly wil be there. She says it’s for the Cat Power and football talk, but I’ve heard she’s really looking for free shots.
Cutter will be there. Along with his rogue Wayne’s World references.
I’m pretty sure Walter will be there. He knows the value of good booze.
Roger will be there. Because, frankly, it’s his fault.
Jed will be there. And we’ll actually let him come even though the Hello Kitty fixation is a little disturbing.
Robin will be there. Shhh! Don’t tell him that we have secret plans to make sure he pays the whole bill this time.
Sheygets Goyishekop will be mingling with the cool kids. Although our feelings are still a little hurt from the merciless mocking in the comment section.
Darren plans to attend. Although I doubt that he’ll take part of the Cat Power conversation, he’s definitely good for sports.
With any luck, Publicola will be there. Depending, of course, on the true meaning of “Central”.
Anachronista will be there. Representing the Society for Creative Alcoholism, of course.
Russ will be there. Because he heard that Optimus Prime was making a guest appearance. Which, damn, he’s going to be disappointed.
Tara’s invited. Mostly because she said that if I didn’t invite her and her weird Sarah Silverman fetish, she would wack me in the knees with a sharp, pointy stick. Which proves both that she doesn’t know the best possible ways to use a sharp, pointy stick and that she has good taste in offensive female comedians.
Cheryl is on the list. I think she’s just coming to keep tabs on her dad, though.
Anastacia will be heading to the event. And, if we’re lucky, she’ll sing us some naughty songs.

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Well, that was quick.

on Jan 04 2007 @ 10:08 PM

David gets one Indeedyheh for this graphic. Maybe even two.

At least once Blogger gets unbloggered.

on Jan 04 2007 @ 10:09 PM

Drinks are on me!

Well, a few drinks.

One, anyway.

If it’s small.

on Jan 05 2007 @ 12:56 AM

We’ll see about that one, Robert.

on Jan 05 2007 @ 02:13 AM

Jesus, you Rocky Mountain people have a lot of blogger bashes.

on Jan 05 2007 @ 04:52 AM

That’s because we like them. They’re fun, mostly because of the people (the furnishings get out of control from time to time).

on Jan 05 2007 @ 06:36 AM

I am RSVP’ing in advance.  And apologizing in advance.  For the crying and the puking and the topless table dancing.

Woo Hoo shots!

Oh, can I bring a date?  I call the Retropolitan!

on Jan 05 2007 @ 08:08 AM

I’m RSVP’ing in advance, too. But I totally refuse to apologize for the topless table dancing.

And you can only bring a date if he/she also agrees to engage in crying, puking, and topless table dancing after buying me some shots.

on Jan 05 2007 @ 09:34 AM

I’ll also RSVP pre-emptively.

on Jan 05 2007 @ 09:40 AM

Hey, Shannon!  I thought I was your date.  :D And I can be trusted to keep you safe far more than any one else attending, I am sure.  Well, if I was attending....

on Jan 05 2007 @ 09:47 AM

Rae, whaddya mean that you don’t want to come to Colorado in the middle of winter (and during the coldest month of the year) for a little party?

I’m so disappointed.

on Jan 05 2007 @ 09:54 AM

In completely unrelated news, the adult beverage sector traded sharply higher on Wall Street today.

on Jan 05 2007 @ 10:18 AM

Which is nice since the rest of the market seems to be having a pretty rough day.

Thanks for the tip!

on Jan 05 2007 @ 10:50 AM

I so want to be there! I want to talk to you about Cat Power and football too!

on Jan 05 2007 @ 11:15 AM

Walter!  Wait!  Is Walter and the Mrs. Walter going to be there?  Because that’s worth a flight and a drive in the snow.

Andy?  Are you up for picking up?  I have been missing the Wee-Fi and Mrs. WWW and The Baby Boy.

David, not on the rooftop, right?  I was freezing in the summer on top of the mountain; I can’t imagine the winter...especially considering all the depth* of snow there lately.  Heh. 

*Sorry.  A moment of self-amusement referring to other comments made elsewhere on this site.

on Jan 05 2007 @ 11:34 AM

Party time! Excellent!

on Jan 05 2007 @ 11:52 AM

Rae, that is precisely why you will NOT be me date.  Safe?  Please, woman.  I have a room full of blog-crushes I have to humiliate myself in front of.

(Though is totally hope you come.  You owe me shots, sister.  And I, you.)

on Jan 05 2007 @ 11:56 AM

Hmm, a roomful.  That is compelling.  It is the weekend before my birthday and I have a feeling my birthday this year is going to SUCK.  So, I am considering…

on Jan 05 2007 @ 12:32 PM

I’m there (since is was asking you to host it in comments--it’s only fair)

on Jan 05 2007 @ 02:49 PM

Maybe Cutter will bring his new squeeze? Or failing that, at least his new knife?

I’d mark my calendar, if I had a 2007 calendar. I actually went to B&N to buy one last Sunday, but they were pretty will picked over, and I couldn’t decide between DaVinci and Hello Kitty. Maybe I’ll hit Tattered Cover on the way to the gun show tomorrow.

Should we just plan on kidnapping Jeralyn?

on Jan 05 2007 @ 07:11 PM

Please do blognap Jeralyn. I’ve been wanting to meet her every time I come to the Bash, and each time she’s a no-show. Especially when she got invited to go to Amsterdam that weekend.

Everyone else braved the -20 wind chill for v 5.0 that night. She got to sip dangerously strong espresso on the Dam.

Who got the better end of that deal? [/rhetorical]

on Jan 05 2007 @ 10:07 PM

A “foolish bet”? Silly man. For the price of a couple of beers, I have an ironclad reason to attend the bash viz. my wife. “Honey, I WANT to stay here with you - but I owe these guys. I made a bet, and I have to pay up. You don’t want to be married to the kind of guy who runs out on an obligation, do you?”

on Jan 06 2007 @ 12:48 AM

So for the price of three beers (I’ll be counting. Unless I’m too drunk and lose count, in which case I’ll probably be stuck on two and follow you around for the rest of the night going “DUD3! 3Y3 N33DZ M3Y3 B33R! U R T3H LUZ0RZ W1TH0UT M3Y3 B33RZ0RZ!” or some other foolishness.), you get a night on the town with the guys (and girls)…

Nice planning, dude.

Of course, you could have just been really optimistic at the time and now you have to come up with a way to spin it into a positive light.

(And yes. I really AM that much of a geek. I speak fluent l33t. But I only do it when being obnoxious. Or drunk, which tends to trigger the obnoxious tendencies.)

on Jan 06 2007 @ 01:00 AM

Of course, you could have just been really optimistic at the time and now you have to come up with a way to spin it into a positive light.

My friend, that’s one of the keys to a happy life.

on Jan 06 2007 @ 09:09 AM

We’ll be there, but I ain’t buying any no matter what David claims.

on Jan 06 2007 @ 02:49 PM

Molly - You too? I thought that Dave and my wife were the only two people in the world that I could talk to about both Cat Power and football.

on Jan 06 2007 @ 06:21 PM

I’ll be there, if there’s still room; it’s filling up fast.  Maybe we could rent Coors stadium.  Or, if not that, perhaps just Coors.

on Jan 08 2007 @ 05:19 AM

Well if we can make Rae’s birthday not suck, then I’m in for sure.

And also because I like drinking!!!

on Jan 08 2007 @ 09:58 AM

I must begin preemptively bitching about it not really being centrally located. In the meantime (or would that be after-time?) I’ll try to pop in. No promises but I’ll see what I can do.

& talk about Cat Power? Trust me, ya don’t wanna do that. Southern women hate it when ya talk about them w/o buying them a shot & maybe a matching purse.

on Jan 10 2007 @ 03:59 AM

If I could be lucky enought to have Chan Marshall in my presence, I would buy her drinks all night. That offer’s out there for you Chan. Any time, girl.

on Jan 10 2007 @ 01:00 PM

If Molly’s getting the drinks I’ll happily spring for Ms. Marshall’s matching purse.

on Jan 10 2007 @ 01:01 PM

Wow. Looks like I have some updates to make.

Matt, I’m still trying to decide if your taste in purses is good enough to match the occasion. I’m guessing not.

on Jan 11 2007 @ 12:22 PM

Disturbing? I’ll show you disturbing!

Cat power indeed!

on Jan 11 2007 @ 05:56 PM

Have you seen the purses that are popular these days? They’re basically leather gym bags… taste is not an issue.

on Jan 11 2007 @ 07:46 PM

Matt, clearly you have not seen my collection of purses.

on Jan 11 2007 @ 08:27 PM

Well, Jeralyn has posted her criteria for a location.

on Jan 12 2007 @ 05:56 PM

Jeralyn is weak and should just move to San Diego already.

I enjoy shoveling snow, dammit! I like cold! If I keep yelling these things they’ll be true!

on Jan 12 2007 @ 07:12 PM

Personally, I keep asking myself why the hell I left California in the first place. But again, I only do that when it gets really really cold. Like Sunday’s forecast low of twelve below zero. Anytime you have to mention the word “zero” in the weather report, it immediately qualifies for the “too damn cold” category in my book.

And just to push the fear of freezing my assets off next month, might I suggest a heated smoking area be among the selection criteria?

on Jan 12 2007 @ 10:47 PM

Ya know there used to be heated smoking areas. They were called bars. & why I’m hoping you had enough sense to leave cali is the same damn reason we no longer have those heated smoking places - collectivist-favoring, nanny-state dependent, nine sandwich eating, marxian loving, crust minded asshats in cheap yet expensive clothing in two flavors - D & R (with accent ont he D).

& I’d say we could bring personal warming devices for the smoking area but you know how Denver hates it when us peasants (ahem. make that two ahems) pack heat.

Matt - never EVER underestimate the importance of good taste in a purse to a southern Lady.

& btw miss Chan is AA so it has to be a really nice purse (preferably with matching shoes - & don’t try to bump no kitten slides past her & call it a day. she ain’t havin’ that).

& Dave, whatever the meaning fo the word “central” is I have a feeling it’ll involve a lack of absence of Denver proper (Sometimes my pessimism gets in the way of my cynicism).

on Jan 13 2007 @ 02:17 AM

Well, there are some cigar bars in operation.

AA? All I can think of is Winchester shotgun shells. Or Alcoholics Anonymous.

on Jan 13 2007 @ 09:56 AM

jed, only a handful though.  The rules for cigar bars in the smoking bill are so strict that several places that I thought would qualify didn’t like Fox N Hound in Lone Tree.  And no new ones can be created after Dec 31 2005.

on Jan 13 2007 @ 05:56 PM

Nick knows about at least one of them. I need to bug him anyway.

I’ve gotten used to smoking outside. I don’t smoke in my apt. for example. Last job I had where I could smoke at my desk was in 1992 or so.

Now if we could get a few women who smoke to attend, then we could huddle for warmth.

on Jan 14 2007 @ 09:09 AM

There are one or two drinking establishments in Littleton that feature “heated smoking area’.
The Castle on S Broadway is one. Never been there.

on Jan 14 2007 @ 02:17 PM

Bill+ll, does that mean you’ll be dropping by our little gathering?

on Jan 15 2007 @ 08:46 AM

I’d sure like to. Last time the combination of weather and location (and some other stuff) kept me home. I’ll be looking forward to discussing the upcoming circus, BP cannons, Large air guns, hotrods, or whatever.
Would an event called “Blow up the World” interest anyone?

on Jan 15 2007 @ 05:11 PM

ugh!  A Friday??  Can’t you guys party on a Saturday so that I would have a half-decent chance of flying out and making one of these??

on Jan 15 2007 @ 09:41 PM

We’ll have a bash this summer and we’ll make it on a Saturday. How’s that sound?

on Jan 15 2007 @ 10:06 PM

Upcoming circus? You’re behind the times - the legislature is already in session. smile

on Jan 16 2007 @ 01:49 AM

I should have just left the msg here instead of at Andy’s place ... but I can’t find a hotel close by if the place hasn’t been chosen yet.  And bout the “free booze” thing.  I want to apply for that!

on Jan 24 2007 @ 12:51 PM

We, the Executive Bashers, will be making the decision tomorrow night. I’ll post it over the weekend along with graphics and stuff.

You will definitely be on the Free Booze program--or, at least, on the Subsidized Booze Program. And be sure to let Andy or me know if you will be needing a ride to and from the event. We’ll make sure you’re all set.

on Jan 24 2007 @ 01:00 PM

ooooOOOOoooo graphics huh?? Will it include nekkid men?  And yeah, I’ll probably be needing a lift.  Otherwise will be taxi’ing all over the place.  But I’ll sort that all out later.  Just working on getting a room for now.  (unless some gorgeous guy wants to share his bed) wink

on Jan 24 2007 @ 03:09 PM

Ur pic gets mine.


on Jan 24 2007 @ 05:19 PM

Heheh. Very cheeky, Angie.

on Jan 24 2007 @ 05:51 PM

What happened to “Ur pic gets mine” ?? LOL

on Jan 24 2007 @ 07:24 PM

Well, mine is on my blog. (No, not that one. :D)

on Jan 24 2007 @ 08:22 PM

well considering the variables I have to deal with I don’t usually drink whenst I’m out so if a 20 year old hooptie antique car (that encourages smoking for both the passengers & the car itself) would suffice I’m available for taxi duty for miss Ang.

on Jan 26 2007 @ 05:25 AM

And I can vouch for his gentlemanliness, sobriety, and devotion to smoking.

Oh, and good taste in whiskey, too.

on Jan 26 2007 @ 08:32 AM

And I can vouch that you will be well protected in his company.  Regardless of muggers, terrorists or zombie apocolypse, you should be completely safe.  But bring hearing protection.

on Jan 26 2007 @ 03:31 PM

Well it looks like I might have my Friday getting around town covered.  Now working on getting from the hotel to the airport on Saturday situation.  Or considering if I should stay in Denver till Sunday.  But really, what is in Denver to entertain me for another day/night?  Plus, I would have to get home for the 12:30 Shark’s game anyways.  Can’t miss watching it ya know.

on Jan 26 2007 @ 06:13 PM

um, might I suggest staying in one of the suburbs? Aurora, Broomfield, Westminster, Englewood, Littleton, etc.. They all have decent hotels/motels, restaurants, clubs/bars & most importantly they ain’t in Denver proper (home of the bans on open carry, “assault weapons”, normal capacity magazines, pit bulls & people who want to make money in the bar biz & afford to pay good bands musicians who just want to make an almost honest living smoking). Not that I’m pissed off about Denver or anything…

I’m afraid David J & Cutter are both correct. I haven’t hit on anyone in months (which would cover the gentlemanliness [if that really is a word] thing); haven’t had a taste (of alcohol I mean) since the night I last hit on someone (which would cover the sobriety thing) & smoking is about the only damned vice I have left (which would sum up my level of devotion). I can recommend good liquor though. & no muggers, terrorists or hordes of zombies (no offense David) will get through me before you can make a hasty escape.

But the good doctor has it wrong. I don’t know how people were raised out here or if it’s a product of enduring a near decade of acedemia, but where I come from we always carry spare ear plugs in case a guest forgot his/her own. smile

When you figure out when you’d need a ride to the airport I might be able to cover that as well. As long as it’s post-noon. smile

& since there are so many gunbloggers who will probably be in attendence I’d recommend getting them to take you on a range trip if you decide to stick around on Saturday (if you’re not opposed to that sort of thing). Cutter, Jed & the Libercontrarian are all nice guys & fun to shoot with. Plus they bring neat toys to the party. & you might even be able to get David off his ass & have him go with y’all. Not that I think David needs to blog about range trips more often or anything…

on Jan 26 2007 @ 06:50 PM

Has a time and place been picked yet?
I’m in if the snow’s not too deep (>2 ft).

on Jan 26 2007 @ 07:13 PM

Fail to post a piccie of your buttocks on your blog, and suddenly, you’re just not entertaining any more.

Besides, I’m in Englewood anyways.

on Jan 27 2007 @ 12:06 PM

LOL I only posted the direct link to that on your blog jed.  So unless they are all rushing over to find it from your site, doubt the others have seen it. wink

on Jan 27 2007 @ 03:52 PM

You know, if you want to post pictures of your butt here, you’re more than welcome. We only pretend to be a family-friendly blog here.


on Jan 27 2007 @ 07:30 PM

And what the heck do you people have against zombies?

Zombies need love, too, you know.

On another note, final details and graphics coming up tomorrow. Drop by for the details and then commence to spreading the word.

on Jan 27 2007 @ 07:32 PM

Jed, you’re taking the wrong approach. I’ve found that I don’t have to post pics of my ass - my personality projects that for me all by itself. wink

David, we was talkin’ ‘bout spreading the luv to zombies - 165 grains at a time but luv nonetheless. smile

on Jan 28 2007 @ 12:29 AM

Nah.  I’m sure you don’t need to be seeing that before I head out there.  What kind of first impression would that be?  smile

And if you knew me, I love zombies!  And vampires, werewolves, mummies, etc etc.

on Jan 28 2007 @ 01:20 PM

Angie, ignore Publicola for a bit. Denver’s got a much better nightlife than anyplace this side of Boulder, and 89% of it is in LoDo or SoCo. (That’s Lower Downtown and South of Colfax [Although limited to the areas on either Broadway or Lincoln and south of Colfax.], for those not hip to the lingo.) He just hates the sight of Denver. It might be the simple fact that he’s setting foot into Diana DeGette’s home territory or something, but he does get physically ill whenever he has to go into Denver proper.

And Saturday night? Disintegration @ Club Boca. Second hardest goth night in town. (Only because The Church and Rock Island compete on Sunday nights and The Shelter gets all the action on Wednesdays.)

on Jan 28 2007 @ 10:29 PM

Wynkoop! Excellent. We can take over the entire front patio and scare the yuppies away.

on Jan 28 2007 @ 11:21 PM

Hmmm… a left leaning type warning someone else to ignore my warnings about the gun control, dog control & disrespect of basic property rights that are in large part the results of left leaning congresscritters? whodathunkit? smile

better nightlife? Really? Funny how all the decent bands I’ve seen have been in the burbs, not Denver proper. Perhaps it’s anecdotal, but I have to call ya on that for the moment, if we can agree that “nightlife” includes decent working bands & not just dance clubs with a way too high cover, parking that hell itself rejected as too cruel & a DJ with all the finesse of a college radio station during xmas break. Course it’s mainly hypothetical since the smoking ban.

But honestly it’s not just stepping into Deghetto’s home turf, it’s the idea that if I visibly show signs of being a free man then likely I’ll end up taking out a S.W.A.T. team with me for my trouble. It might seem like it’s just politics when you read it in the paper or get an e-mail from your congrescritter, but it’s something different when the local cop is pointing a gun at you because you dare defy an unconstitional demand. Not that any place is cool with someone being free, but in Denver the odds of me being a posthumous piece of “breaking news” is greater than in say - anywhere else in Colorado. Plus they tend to discourage effective self defense & that makes it mo’ dangerous than it should be. No biggie for me but I have a friend in Denver proper that I worry about. That’s why I hate Denver & don’t like spending my cash there. & the parking - can’t forget the freakin’ parking…

David - centrally located in the “double points for dropping the hammer on Publicola” zone perhaps. But y’all know that Englewood, Brighton, Thorton, Aurora & a bunch of other places have bars that are just as easy to get to, much easier to park near & aren’t nanny state central. Just sayin’.

on Jan 29 2007 @ 01:43 AM

Parking? You mean people still don’t shove their cars in a Park & Ride and take the light rail and/or bus downtown? It’s a hell of a lot cheaper that way, and few chances of getting a parking ticket and/or your car towed when you head over to gender-of-choice’s home for additional pre-dawn entertainment.

Anyways, where else but LoDo can you enjoy a decent plate of carne asada while listening to jazz? Can’t even find that combination in LA, fer chriss’ sake. (Plug for El Chapultepec.)

on Jan 29 2007 @ 03:24 AM

ah, that’d be a plan but from the time you park till the time you hit the bar you’d be sans effective means of self defense. Ya see, public transport proscribes carrying any sort of weapon. Plus you can’t pack in bars but with the driving option you’re at least closer than a light rail ride to an implement of mass protection.

Patrick’s has good bands with ample parking. smile Least they did pre-smoking ban (or as is said around the bandhouse, “before the dark times - before the empire”). & I’m not familiar with that dish you mentioned, but the proper cuisine for jazz &/or blues is deep fried, preferably from an ocean (or at least a good sized lake) & will encourage you to say things like “shut yo’ mouth”, “oooh Lawdy” & “that’s all right”. What you describe sounds as much a faux pas as eating a can of spaghettios at the Met.

As for getting a ticket during pre-dawn entertainment - Dawn won’t return my calls. Hell you’ve seen me - can ya blame her? smile Now that I think about it to badly paraphrase Kid Rock I ain’t seen the sun-sumthin’ or other in 103 damn days...& the forecast is looking kind cloudy.

& I’m still waiting for a defense of why denver’s laws against effective means of self defense, certain aesthetically selected canines, their disocuragement of effective self defense & their being the home of the smoking ban aren’t good reasons to avoid that pitiful excuse for a capital. C’mon - hit me with that. smile

on Jan 29 2007 @ 06:37 AM

So, instead of having it at my bar, we have it exactly right next door to my bar?  Seriously?

Parking....there is a garage on Wynkoop in between 16th and 17th.  It is $5 for the night.  It is, by far, the cheapest parking around.  ANd maybe we can all stagger to my bar after for cigars or something (I kinda get late-late night drinking priveleges).

on Jan 29 2007 @ 12:06 PM

Why does it call me 2?

on Jan 29 2007 @ 12:08 PM

Ah ... now the hotel hunt begins.  woohoo fun! (re!)

on Jan 29 2007 @ 01:45 PM

It’s not your fault, number 2. Heheh.

Anyway, my blog has a script error somewhere that I haven’t been able to diagnose. Seemingly randomly (can’t really be random, even though I haven’t been able to find the root cause), it will begin to give a number to the include scripts that are on some (not all) of the archive and individual pages. That’s why the blogroll doesn’t show up on every page, the “O’Brien Real Estate” banner shows up where the sitemeter counter is being called, and other such fun stuff.

Irritating as hell, and mostly likely caused by something that I’ve done, but with limited time, I’ve had a hell of a time figuring out where the problem is.

So, Lady, my apologies. Know that you will won’t be anonymous at the bash, though. It simply isn’t possible.

on Jan 29 2007 @ 01:51 PM

The drunk, naked chick rarely is.

on Jan 29 2007 @ 01:53 PM

If you’re going to be drunk and naked, I’ve already got a hotel room...oh, and a wife. Damn. Never mind.

on Jan 29 2007 @ 04:18 PM

Here’s a brief story from the Wynkoop. I was on a first and only date with a younger doctor who was right cute too. Unfortunatley, I was too old for her, as she told me at the end of the date. We bought two Hefeweisse or whatever the German is for wheat beer and it was horrible, about the worst thing I ever tasted. I warned her but she still took a sip, made a face and then said, “My kidney’s do better than this.” Stay away from the hefeweisse.

on Jan 29 2007 @ 05:35 PM

I got carne asada, Celtic music, and bellydancers on the same card at Blondies Firehouse in Englewood.
Newcastle beer, too.

on Jan 29 2007 @ 05:54 PM

So, there’s a chick commenting here who owns a bar? Where has she been all my life?

And, return to the Wynkoop, where it was that I first met many of the fine folks in the RM blogosphere? Cool.

I’ll have to remember to bring a couple cigars, and the camera.

on Jan 29 2007 @ 06:21 PM

Own it?  I wish. 

Go with the artilery ale.  It’s a nut brown seasonal and something like 8.2% alcohal.  Super duper deliciousness.

on Jan 29 2007 @ 06:26 PM

Publicola, if it’ll make you feel better, I’ll come heeled.

on Jan 29 2007 @ 06:33 PM

Robin, whatever shoes you wish to wear is strictly your business & I’ll try not to judge you for it. But the rest of these guys are a bunch of fashion harpies so be careful how you accesorize. smile

on Jan 30 2007 @ 02:16 AM

I will be there.

on Feb 01 2007 @ 06:30 AM

Did you see my bride wigout parody?  They showed it on Canada TV.  Eh.


see yall friday!

on Feb 10 2007 @ 04:28 AM

Talked to Nick this morning. Sounds as if he’ll be there.

Does the Koop qualify as a cigar bar? I think it’ll be too damn cold to enjoy one alfresco.

on Feb 14 2007 @ 06:48 PM

Nope, Jed, it doesn’t.  But I have to work at 9 two doors down at a cigar bar.  You can come hang out with me.

on Feb 14 2007 @ 06:51 PM

Well, I might just have to pick up an Avo or something on the way home from work.

on Feb 15 2007 @ 05:14 PM

Or you could just buy one of ours.

on Feb 15 2007 @ 05:31 PM

Sure, don’t invite me for a cigar ... see if I pout.

on Feb 15 2007 @ 06:38 PM

Oh, and just so you know, David…

I won’t be quite as fashionably late as in previous Bashes, as my boss will actually let me leave early tonight. So yes, I will be showing up before midnight for a change. I should arrive in everyone’s cozy alcohol-induced glow by 9.

And Robert, no fair spending all your money by then.

on Feb 16 2007 @ 01:53 AM

Robin is a pouter. I’ve seen it happen. It isn’t pretty.

For those who were wondering, my site has now renamed another commenter. Mr Lady is now simply 2. Which might be a strange Republican plot to dehumanize the working class, rendering them into nameless, faceless cogs in the military industrial complex.

Or it could be a wacky script that delights in screwing things up on occasion.

Sometimes a random script error is just a random script error…

on Feb 16 2007 @ 01:51 PM

Anastacia42 will be there. I just got here and don’t know much at all about y’all.  smile

on Feb 16 2007 @ 02:54 PM

Well, you’ll probably know a little too much about us at the end of the night…

on Feb 16 2007 @ 03:04 PM

Well, here it is, 5:30, and I haven’t even showered yet. No time for dinner before the bash.

And I have a small selection of cigars. I DO have my priorities, ya know?

on Feb 16 2007 @ 04:26 PM
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