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Very mellow. So laid back it'll be horizontal.

Usual hanging out, chatting, snacking, drinking if you care to, not drinking if you don't care to, blah blah blah. Much talk of geekery, I anticipate.

Let's aim for a start time of right after the geomancers meeting, so say about 7:30/8ish at the house? Give everyone enough time to grab dinner if they're so inclined? Feel free to bring your significant others, since parties always turn into wild orgies.

(For values of which, read "Much snacking and holy wars over Linux vs. BSD.")

Friends are also welcome, as always.

RSVP as early as possible so that we can get food for the right number of people :)

  • Video Games!
  • Laptops!
  • Enjoying the beautiful weather we have!

As you all may or may not know:
Address: 151 Erie Street, Cambridgeport
Directions: Take T to Central Square. Walk down Pearl Street for a half mile. Take a left onto Erie Street. Stop at 151 Erie. Do not pass Go. Do not collect $200.
Phone: 603.264.2294

So. Tired.

Jul. 18th, 2005 09:11 am
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Party this weekend went well. Started slow, as they always do, but [ profile] tetron, [ profile] xxv and girlfriend, [ profile] lillabellefp and boyfriend, [ profile] ursamajor, [ profile] nostrademons and the four communistas all had a good time. I enjoyed it immensely, and look forward to seeing you all again sometime. (And I feel like I"m forgetting someone, so yell at me for it at some point, eh?)

We have excellent patio furniture from Target now. It's really pretty. I like it.

Sunday, woke up early, went to MIT Swapfest with Jess, where we met up with AaronSw and Xavier/Tina again. Aaron came back to the commune and met the communistas and got a tour of the house. While at the Swapfest, Aaron introduced me to Seth Finkelstein.

Watching the two of them interact was an interesting example of cat and mouse with the eyes, probably a result of bringing two social recluses into close contact. (I'm not sure if Seth falls into this category, but I'm pretty sure Aaron would say that he does.)

I also learned that there are musical instruments at the Kendall T stop. Chimes, a gong of some kind, and a giant sheet of metal that you can move back and forth with levers on the walls at the stop.

I also learned that the oldest still standing building at Harvard was built in the 1750s. (Can't remember which one, and I may have the wrong date.)

Did a bunch of unpacking: moved from the "unpack and put everything away" technique to the "get everything out of damn boxes" technique. Since all of the boxes I unpacked were about 1/4 full, it created a feeling of being a lot more unpacked, and there's less to manuver around to get stuff unpacked now. This pleases me.

All in all, a pretty great weekend, although I'm completely exhausted now. Woke up at 5:30 this morning, was on the road by 6, in the office by 7.

So. tired.
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Party at the commune tomorrow, starting at 4pm. Details in the Party Post.

Please come! Even if I don't know you, feel free to stop by. Do try to RSVP though, or call.

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