How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy (t3knomanser) wrote,
How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy
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Okay, so more on this weekend. It was old home week at Stockwood. Lets see... first there was the set of various trio-type elements (Kayla, Cassie); I haven't seen either of them for that long in one gathering since High School pretty much. Then I ran into Mike and his sigoth (all of her! that's alot). Mike was one of those people that adopted me as a friend because I was polite to him. I would rather have run away screaming of course, and tried to. Then I ran into Shin-ae, who I honestly haven't seen since high school. Then, some random person came up and claimed to remember me from middle school.

Much oddness. Speaking of oddness, I'm not sure, but something was up with Mark and Elle. I'm playing dense, and just kinda scratching my head. I haven't seen her posting any details, so I figure I'll know when I know.

At any rate, I'm going to bugger off for a bit, eat my lunch, read, and maybe post some more later.
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