PJ wrote:alice wrote:my vote is for the baby jesus butt plug.
Go with the version that has a magnet in the base. Makes it easier to ride around drunk on art cars' hoods.
alice wrote:my vote is for the baby jesus butt plug.
view it as marketing,
sorry if i sounded like a nag.
Ivy wrote:...Theoretically, BM is against marketing...
An organization can be all about marketing without doing any advertising.
Well, we may or may not be setting anything up. I was
possibly going to set up a display of past spoon art,
but right now it is on display in a gallery down here
in University Heights. The opening night for this
exhbition is Friday and I have no idea if they will
want me to keep my display on past that. If I can take
it down, I'm going to bring it up to Decom to set out.
Either way, it'll be a very simple thing and I won't
stuart wrote: I might bring some extra shit that I won't want to lug around all day: drums, fuzzy coat, blinky hat, etc..
stuart wrote:Ari, somehow my brother gave me the impression you were up in S.F. Odd.
stuart wrote:What's yer take on the whole LABORG issue?
stuart wrote:a bit fuzzy on my humor there.
Does anyone know if there will be re-entry or a spot to stow yer crap? I might bring some extra shit that I won't want to lug around all day: drums, fuzzy coat, blinky hat, etc..
III wrote:you're seeing one prong of a bifurcated community.
III wrote:establish relationships with individuals. eventually, you'll either discover a group of people that give you what you need, or you'll find that you've created your own such group, from scratch.
a very professional club movement
It makes me wonder if I shouldn't have announced our little Golden Cafe Decom on Twan's list, just to see how many Angelenos would crawl out of the woodwork to drink, socialize, and chill around the burn barrel.
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