I had fun this weekend in Cleveland. I haven't had a chance to post (or even upload) the 200+ pictures taken with my camera yet. Kasia really wants a crack at fixing some of 'em up anyway (she's good with the Photoshop, unlike me).

So, until you can see photos of semi-drunken people you don't know in dark places you don't know, I leave you with a few things from this weekend.

  • It's possible to get nearly a dozen people in a taxi van without too much pain and suffering
  • The taxi drivers in Cleveland are quite amusing
  • Brandt really is married
  • Every bar should have couches and barrels of free peanuts
  • Thanks to Brian, at least one woman in Cleveland thinks I had a book on the NYT best seller's list.
  • I autographed her napkin
  • She thinks Brian is a race car driver
  • Another might think I live next to Bill Gates. In Silicon Valley.
  • Keith is even better than a pimp, but none of us know the word for that
  • The Holiday Inn Express in downtown Cleveland has free broadband and bottled water in the rooms. However, it's in the twilight zone.
  • At least one person in Cleveland craps right on the sidewalk
  • You can peel an orange with a plastic spoon. At least Andy can.

That is all.

For now.

Oh, Dan posted his pictures.

Posted by jzawodn at May 02, 2004 07:52 PM

Reader Comments
# kasia said:

Semi-drunken? There was nothing semi there..

on May 2, 2004 08:25 PM
# david said:

Nothing semi would mean..nevermind..I'll wait for the pictures then start pointing fingers and making fun of people..and die doing it.

Ah yes, the fun of making fun of adults and getting killed for it.


on May 2, 2004 09:01 PM
# brandt said:

my buddy Eric just reminded me that crap on sidewalks is what happens when you remove all of the trash cans from downtown...

on May 3, 2004 06:13 AM
# jr said:

Geeks gone Wild?

Watch drunk geeks party wild and flip up their firewalls in thrilling socket baring action!

Nah, it'll never sell.

Besides, everyone knows that Bill doesn't live in the valley. He's got a place up in the hills, near the foot of Mount Disk. (what? you think they didn't come up with that command by looking at a map?)

on May 3, 2004 09:27 AM
# Mike G said:

Good times. BTW geeks, when they put their collective efforts together, can in fact pick up chicks.

on May 3, 2004 12:22 PM
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