June 22, 2011
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My name is Philip Kotur. I'm the Managing Director at a Media company in NYC. I have an Armenian project on the horizon and wanted to reach out to see if anyone in the Armenian community in NYC would be interested in working on a voice-over project for a state run program. I'm currently in need of 3 female and 1 male Armenian native speakers. Please let me know if anyone might be interested. The pay is quite good.
Hi, theres a new stand up comedy networking meetup (Not an Open Mic) We meet up twice a month and take over comedy clubs. This is not an Open Mic, this is a fun hang out for people who want to get fucked up, see the worlds top stand up comedians and share laughs with others cause what better way to make friends then over laughs and drinks. Oh the only thing we do pay for is the bar tab which we all split... http://www.meetup.com/comedyshow/
Welcome to SAACC Liza. Make the effort to get out and experience (hopefully) great works of Art. I know it's not always easy but it is always worth it. We look forward to meeting you in person. btw, tomorrow is a good one....
I thought you might be interested in a group I created called the Ethical Business Society. My hope is to bring a sense of humanity back to our selfish, cutthroat corporate culture rife with "empty suits" and Gordon Gekko types. I also wrote a book proposing a radical new ethical theory for sales. Let me know if these projects pique your interest. Thanks.
Ah, our events will provide lots of choice in wines. Have you ever tried Lambrusco? Sparkling (Italian red, it is! Plus, the less tannic and more balanced, the better. Thanks for joining our social group. We intend to keep things fairly simple, in terms of activities (i.e. wine bars, tasting events, winery tours). We like to gather, meet, chat and enjoy the vino. Additionally, I like to focus events on wine education, as well as social meetups.