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Sleepless in Seattle

Since my enablers* have returned back to their native Ottawa, I have had to seek out other adventures in my attempts to continue to avoid doing any work. So I’m going on a road trip to Seattle with Master Shalu** and a bunch of her friends this weekend! I’ve never been to Seattle before***, so I’m really excited about the prospect.

Does anyone have any suggestions as to what we might do while there?

In related**** news, I’ve experienced a nasty relapse of my ARM, due to too much A when I went out with some friends last night… worse case yet! My preliminary conclusion is that ARM is a progressively degenerative disease, becoming worse in each subsequent iteration, but more research is necessary to explore this hypothesis. Please give generously.

*i.e., Sarah & Dave
**I told you we have to call her that now
***except for a brief layover at Sea-Tac airport
****related to the idea of my seeking out other adventures to make my enablers proud

5 Responses to Sleepless in Seattle

  1. Dave says:

    Damn that ARM!

    Ladies and gentlemen of the internet, Alcohol Related Meningitis is a serious problem. Only you can stop this tragic disease. Give soon, give often.

  2. Courtney-O says:

    I’ve never been to Seattle, so I can’t give you any ideas on what to do while you’re there, but I can suggest much, much more ARM research!

    As long as you blog about it when you get back.

  3. Jorge says:

    I will donate all the A you can possibly consume if you visit us here in the T-Dot.

    Your enabler from afar…
    J

  4. Sarah says:

    Dude…
    I am at work so cannot email you. I thought I would comment instead.

    Steve Stavro died yesterday. He no longer needs a bed (if he ever did).

  5. Beth says:

    Oh man, that’s sad about Steve Stavro.

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