How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy (t3knomanser) wrote,
How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy
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Welllll... lookatthat...

Hangover free Remy, reporting for duty:

Too much sleep for Remy though. Over 12 hours. Bah! I predicted that I was going to sleep till 3 a few days ago, and I did.

I was drunk, it was fun. I woke up at 10:30, and was really tired, so I went back to sleep. So, I'm bleeding off energy this morning, kinda rekified, but not a hundered perecent sure of its exact nature.

I'm now going to HVPN (Hudson Valley Pagan something or other) tomorrow with Sarah. I'm a little spacey from too much sleep, a little thirsty. Gonna go for some water in a bit.

Had a bit of a dispute with 'Manda over the household. Aside from the personal conflicts (concerned about saying or doing nasty things when stuck in the asme room as Liz and Jamie), I'm not sure I'm going to be all about the restrictions we are supposed to agree to in the Divine Rowan. We'll see what happens... I'm not going to be very stiff on it at the moment... I've just voiced concern and hesitance. That, and I don't think the Divine Rowan is ever going to happen. Or by the time it does, the initial impulse will be lost.

That, and I do think it has a potential/tendency to cause us to be too insular. So far, every time we've gone to an SCA event since this idea has spawned, we've spent all our time in a tight little knot, and I'm all not about that. Just an observation.

Though, in retrospect, perhaps there's more reconsideration to be made... in other things as well.
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