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17 October 2008

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Naomi

Hey, I feel your pain. The exact same thing happened to me, since I didn't find out until yesterday that RSVPs were involved at all. It's a good thing I decided to go to the library yesterday, or I would have found out today at 6:30 when the event started.

Leila

Yeah, I wish I'd realized that there was going to be limited attendance -- I mean, it's totally my own fault and if I'd stopped to think about for three seconds, I would have, but ARG!

Brian F.

Green will be in the Twin Cities in November and I will be there.

How's Annie?

How's Annie?

HOW'S ANNIE?!

Leila

Annie hasn't showed up yet, Bob. Doc Jacoby just had his heart attack and Audrey is at One Eyed Jacks. And now Pete and Catherine Martel are having their Big Moment before the mill burns where she asks for his help and he hugs her and she does that hilarious eyerollbackpat thing.

I, meanwhile, am digging through all of our boxes, looking for some of my sewing stuff.

mali

Whoa. . . Does this mean my chances of getting a damalur-sol tshirt have increased????? I would spend a LOT for one of those made by my fave blogress.

david e

I did the same thing, not realizing I had to call and RSVP as well as reply on Facebook. So I called the library and they put me around #75 on the waiting list. But only living a bus ride away I decided to chance it.

I realize making the sojourn from Maine would have been much for a risky proposition, bu you should have chanced it as well. Turns out a bunch of people on the main list didn;t show and half the people on the wait list also didn't show for one reason or another and I slipped in quite easily. John felt bad that so many people couldn't get in so after he read a bit from Paper Towns he went outside and read to those who couldn't get in while Hank sang songs. Then he sent Hank out to entertain. And everyone eventually was let in when it came time for signings.

Leila

Dammit! Oh, well.

Well, sad for me, but fantastic for everyone who chanced it -- I should have had more trust in the Brothers Green and the powers of awesome. Lesson learned!

dulce Barahona

nice quote for a shirt :)

Summwe

oh my goodness Twin Peaks! I love that show.

summer

oh my god I spelled my own name wrong. I am not Summwe. hahah.

I'm done creeping on your blog now. sorry.

summer

oh my god I spelled my own name wrong. I am not Summwe. hahah.

I'm done creeping on your blog now. sorry.

summer

oh my god I spelled my own name wrong. I am not Summwe. hahah.

I'm done creeping on your blog now. sorry.

summer

oh my god I spelled my own name wrong. I am not Summwe. hahah.

I'm done creeping on your blog now. sorry.

summer

oh my god I spelled my own name wrong. I am not Summwe. hahah.

I'm done creeping on your blog now. sorry.

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