How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy (t3knomanser) wrote,
How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy

I'm back from Rochester! WHEEE!

It was a really nice trip, the people I was giving the class to were wonderful. We would have lunch in the bowling alley next door. Cate and I wandered around town a bit, checking out the Eastman House, and trying to find the "Internation Fetish Mall", and failed. But had fun anyway at another such store, larger than the Troy ones, and had all sorts of fun that can get you banned from hotels if you get caught at it, but enough about that.

I'll post more, lots of thoughts and observations that I noted in a little black book, but I'm done for now (Sarah and Dennis are here and it's time to go out)

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