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

So yeah, suddenly I realize that I did play a big role in creating alot of connections. I catalyzed alot of relationships.

Most of which are gone now. Or at the very least, unrecognizable. I've also come to the conclusion that I must more strongly contemplate how the hell to not be a social shut-in. This week is an exception, I'm sick, tired, teaching a difficult class- when I get home I want to sleep, or at most, sit around and be unproductive.

However, aside from the occasional outing, I never see anyone.

To that end, and to the end of ignoring the world getting blown up for a bit, I vote for a trek to the Plum Blossom, Saturday, 7:00pm. If you read this, you're invited, and bring whoever you please. If you don't think you can go because of money, let me know- I'm getting a mucking big bonus for this class, and what good's that money if I can't share a bit of it? Also, that's a "off the top of my head" time, if anyone has a different preference, again, let me know, and we'll see what we can schedule.

Also, let me know if you're coming, becuase if I'm descending with a mass of people, I'd much rather let them know (a mass being six or more, and I'm hoping that my social connections are not so poor that I can't gather six people together) ahead of time, via a reservation.

Who's with me? Spread the word!

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