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Amy Kate Horn
on July 7 at
Put it on your calendar: Slog happy hour Thursday, July 10, 6 pm. Extra special sun-drenched location to be announced later today.
I'm not going unless there's
milk and cookies.
I won't be there this time. Have fun everyone!
Dang, OM is my fave.
I guess that's cool. Will there be bus service? Cab fares are killing me.
Hope it's back on the Hill this month, otherwise, I may have to miss out due to scheduling conflicts.
Aww, no Monique? Sadness!
1) What sun drenched locations are there on the Hill?
2) How would SLOG-goers fare under natural lighting conditions?
Imma not sure this is gonna work. :(
Let's do a Wednesday one of these nights. I'd like to show up and meet everyone but I work every Thursday.
perhaps we shall congregate at spitfire grill, which, i'm told, sports an outdoor deck. we can't do it on wednesday 'cause amy kate teaches belly dance classes.
is there a place on the hill with an outside deck large enough for us sloggers? is there? hmm?
Here's a question: Is there a place quiet enough for Sloggers? It gets a little tiresome to be constantly shouting things like, "YEAH, I'M THE GUY WHO WROTE THAT ONE COMMENT."
Sun-drenched hipster locale with a deck, on a 80 degree day, that's gonna be quiet.
Got that, Amy Kate?
The deck in the back of Linda's might just barely hold us...
Spitfire has no outdoor deck. I was mislead. We will be downtown, near every major bus line.
What about the SLUT, AKH? If we can't ride home drunkenly on the SLUT, it's just not half as fun ...
But I guess we could walk ...
Oh, Amy Kate, drink a cup of coffee or something. You're off your game. "Mislead", really? Try "misled". But don't pronounce it "mize uld" like I did for the first 25 years of my life.
Heh, Will. There should be a campground at Fairview and Yale for just that purpose.
Ha ha ha! Thanks, Fnarf. I am doing too many things at once today. And all for you.
The thing is, you can say "MIZE uld" all you want, and no one will notice. It's not until you use the present tense and accuse someone of trying to misle you that you'll get busted.
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