Re: [nightlife-517] Re: Are We Stay-At-Home ASSes or ASSes with Ambition?

From: AM
Sent on: Friday, February 6, 2009 11:38 PM
I can do almost any upcoming Sat. night; somebody pick one. I can definitely get back to you all about the location, but maybe not until tomorrow.

--- On Fri, 2/6/09, Harrison <[address removed]> wrote:
From: Harrison <[address removed]>
Subject: Re: [nightlife-517] Re: Are We Stay-At-Home ASSes or ASSes with Ambition?
To: [address removed]
Date: Friday, February 6, 2009, 1:11 PM

The 21st doesn't work for me, as I'll be in France that week, but certainly the weekend before works, or two weekends after.
 
Obviously, though, there's no date that will fit everyone.
 
-Harrison

On Fri, Feb 6, 2009 at 1:00 PM, Linda <[address removed]> wrote:
Anthony,

Griping is very antisocial.  You are being an excellent ASS!  I hope you come to laser tag. 

Fellow ASS's,

At the risk of seeming socially conversant by being complimentary, whoever came up with this activity idea was dead on in realizing that it was a perfect ASS activity.  We can yell at each other, we can choose to ignore the rules which will upset our team mates, causing them to behave in ways that could be very antisocial, or we can simply engage in the activity without saying anything to anyone. 

I confess that I have hoped for a meeting of ASSES but I just wasn't sure if simply meeting somewhere for a couple of beers was sufficiently anti-social - so I refrained from risking the possibility that suggesting the same would unleash a torrid flood of sarcastic derision in my general direction - being somewhat insecure at times, I just felt silence was safer. 

I am hoping that if this activity falls on Saturday 2/21 that it is earlier in the afternoon?  I have plans for late afternoon and on.  Sunday is free. I would really hate to miss the first event held since I became a true ASS. 

I'd also like to point out that by replying to [nightlife-517] we are being extremely inconsiderate to some members by filling their email inboxes with our socially inept chatter.  The more antisocial the ASS, the more annoying this particular behavior is bound to be. 

So - again, at the risk of seeming considerate and socially adept, I would like to disrespectfully suggest that we continue this discussion on the ASS discussion board and once it's settled, some ASS can post the event details.  Or - we can just be secretive about it and the others can be appropriately dissed by our antisocial behavior.  Whichever you feel is more inappropriate would probably be the best/worst course of action.

Linda


-----Original Message-----
From: Anthony <[address removed]>
To: [address removed]
Sent: Fri, 6 Feb[masked]:42 am
Subject: [nightlife-517] Re: Are We Stay-At-Home ASSes or ASSes with Ambition?

I've often wondered why we never do ANYTHING!  I was not in the group until after April, so I've never been to a meetup with this group.  It's almost April again!  To be honest, I had really forgotten I belonged to this group because we never do ANYTHING!



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