Godless Pub Crawl w/Jim Jefferies--cross list

"Chad Aldridge, master of all things social, has made this a pub crawl as well."

Mr. Jefferies will be bringing his vulgar and brash brand of comedy to Big D for our heathen enjoyment. Tickets are $30-37, plus the usual service fees from Satan.

We'll start up in Plano again at the 32 Degree bar for afternoon cocktails about 3pm. From there we'll take the rail for dinner and more drinks at Twisted Root in Deep Ellum around 6pm. After the show, we can head just down the street from the Palladium to Lee Harvey's to finish out the night, and what's left of our wits.

All four locations are within walking distance from the Dart light rail stations, which I'll list and map out before the event. So travel with us, pub crawl style, and let's make it another "merry band of heathens" night to remember! If you can't start the day with us, or don't want to, just plan to meet us whenever you can or want along the way.

Here is a link to the Facebook page for this event as well. It'll be updated more frequently, and on the day of, in real time.
https://www.facebook.com/events/545014302193790/

http://www.axs.com/events/2824/jim-jefferies?src=AEGLIVE_WPALLDFW120911AEG001&skin=palladium&fbShareURL=http%253A%252F%252Fwww.thepalladiumballroom.com%252Feventdetail.php%253Fid%253D39007

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  • scott

    I was hoping to meet up with you folks.. didn't know who to look for at the comedy show. I was kinda disappointed he didn't do his atheist bit, but sounds like it may have not blown over well in the past lol. I hope to catch up w/ you folks at some point.

    March 2, 2013

    • Chad A.

      We were scattered throughout the building ourselves, Scott. Some of us had reserved seats, some didn't, so they just stood where they could. I was glad to see it packed for this outspoken atheist comedian, but yeah, I was sad he didn't touch on religion. He probably doesn't wanna be known for just one thing, like a typecast actor. We'll look for you at future event.

      March 4, 2013

  • Matthew T.

    Event's sold out, no offers on StubHub, don't bother going if you don't have a ticket.

    March 2, 2013

    • Chad A.

      There'll always be the possibility of someone having an extra ticket to the Jefferies show...or even scalpers! :) You could take a chance Matthew.

      March 2, 2013

    • Matthew T.

      No, I have work I should be doing.

      March 2, 2013

  • Michael E.

    If I am at the 32 degree bar at 3pm am I still good to go?

    March 2, 2013

    • Chad A.

      Yeah, we'll be there from 3pm till around 4:30.

      March 2, 2013

  • Chad A.

    I've updated our itinerary for the pub crawl at the above Facebook page. Check it out for times and places. See you all there!

    March 1, 2013

    • scott

      How do i get access to the fb page?

      March 2, 2013

    • Chad A.

      It is open to the public now Scott. Sorry about that.

      March 2, 2013

  • Michael E.

    Say, I try to follow your facebook link. But I think I need to friend you on facebook to see any that information, because right now all I can see happening today is some sort of Wine Tasting that a guy I barely ever talk to is apparently going to.

    March 2, 2013

    • Chad A.

      Sorry about that Michael. I changed the setting to public, so anyone can see it now. I look forward to meeting you, later on today.

      March 2, 2013

  • Matthew T.

    Do I need to go prepay for tickets somewhere?

    March 1, 2013

  • Michael E.

    Pub crawl to the Palladium. Pub crawl back to the train. Drink coffee on the train to prep yourself for your cautious drive back to you house, while hoping you down ruin your life with a DUI or DWI.

    Actually coffee doesn't work... best to remember that the average person can matabolise (sp?) one drink per hour, and work out the the linear differential equation to solve both for the desired peak enebriation (sp?) while arriving at the desired finishing blood alcohol level which would be consistent with a safe drive home.

    One should note that one would have to exhibit consistent personal discipline throughout, including at your peak enebriation (sp?), which might be considered doubtful as one of alchohol's specific effects is to diminish(sp?) one's ability to control one's own actions.

    February 27, 2013

    • Chad A.

      Truthfully, at the last crawl, we drank all day and ate at each stop too. Well, some of us did at least. So having a bit to eat is encouraged, but it all pasted so fast, we were all amazed the day was over when it was. Most of us live somewhere near a rail station in the suburbs too, so the long ride home from downtown on the rail will give us some time to sober up.

      1 · February 27, 2013

  • Michael E.

    So I looked it up.

    Alcohol enters the blood stream at a constant rate (k)
    gm per unit time during a drinking session. The liver gradually converts the alcohol to other, non-toxic byproducts. The rate of conversion (s*c) per unit time is proportional to the current blood alcohol level (c), so that the differential equation satisfied by the blood alcohol level is dc/dt=k −s*c

    where k (based on how fast you slam 'em down.) and s (some hard to know physiological constant that varies from person to person) are positive constants. Suppose initially there is no alcohol in the blood. Find the blood alcohol level c(t) as a function of time from t= 0, when the drinking started.

    Detailed Solution:
    We have another initial value problem with
    y(0) = 0. Therefore, the solution to this problem is:

    c(t) =−(k/s)*exp(−s/t)+k*s.

    I found this at the University of British Columbia Undergrad Math Lab. This confirms my theory ... those Canadians really know how to drink!!

    February 27, 2013

  • Michael E.

    down was supposed to be don't (duh!)

    February 27, 2013

  • Chad A.

    Just picture 30-40 freethinkers walking together from a pub to a local rail stop, entering the train, and heading to the next pub as a mob of inebriated overachievers! Last year was a blast.

    1 · February 27, 2013

    • Chad A.

      You won't regret it Neil. Make sure you purchase a ticket in advance for the Jim Jefferies show, if you plan attending it.

      1 · February 27, 2013

  • scott

    Sounds like quite the adventure!

    1 · February 26, 2013

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