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Scotland Yard Boston, anyone?

Let's blatantly steal this guy's idea.  Live action Scotland Yard, they're doing it in Toronto.  We can do it in Boston, or in Cambridge, or something.

Oh look, a lone Canadian goose walking around outside my window.  Shouldn't he be at Silver Lake?

Quick update: a great weekend, refreshing, relaxing, and inspiring.  Saturday, played a game and had much less trouble with awakeness and immersion...  I guess I'm just getting back into the swing of the stuff.  Had a great dinner mob, some wonderful Thai food, and good conversations.  Sunday morning, I looked around at various starship combat and hyperspace rules sets while doing some crafting on DAoC...  and in the afternoon before heading to the Avi Green event, I finally hit level 50!  Took a little nap, then headed out to Union Square for Avi Green's campaign meeting, where I decided I actually want to spend time on this stuff.

Sunday night, political discussions and brownies with the centrists at the abce household followed by a little email, and a little hunting.  It's going to be fun balancing all this stuff in my life, but I believe I can do it.

And now, back to work.  Refactoring like the wind!

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76trombones
Aug. 2nd, 2004 08:03 am (UTC)
Please tell me the good conversations were all about gaming!

Because if there were *two* times this weekend I missed out on hanging out with groups of people having actual real conversation... argh. (Yeah, yeah, I know, existence proofs. But still.)
76trombones
Aug. 2nd, 2004 11:54 am (UTC)
I think I mean to *participate* in real conversation. Conversations about gaming are presumably real to the people having them, but I often lack sufficient background or interest to follow.
crs
Aug. 2nd, 2004 01:03 pm (UTC)
Er, yeah, I know what you mean. I'm just having trouble remembering if we talked about non-gaming stuff. There was definitely some gaming stuff there though, and it was probably >50%.
76trombones
Aug. 2nd, 2004 01:14 pm (UTC)
Heh. :)

And anyway, I got way more food cooking for myself than I would have gotten there, even if I didn't end up doing the other chores I'd hoped to do.
eisenbud
Aug. 2nd, 2004 09:34 am (UTC)
The wind usually refactors things by picking them up and scattering them randomly to the four corners of the earth, so I'm not sure that's the best simile. :-)
cfox
Aug. 2nd, 2004 07:38 pm (UTC)
Canadian goose
You have no way of knowing that the goose came from Canada or was otherwise Canadian. You probably saw a Canada goose.
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