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PARTY SLUTS

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Molly and Lorika - separated at birth? That's what everyone has been saying. I see a little resemblance in their faces, but not a lot.

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Jane and Molly smoochin' at the Blogger party. I explode.

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Later we checked out this great band, Citizens Here and Abroad. Their drummer Chris is having a spasmodic fun attack. He works at Blogger so the whole gang was there. We played pool with John Halcyon Styn and his brother Jim. Twice. And lost.

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Moments before, Min Jung Kim kung-foo'd Lori onto the floor. Whoops! Earlier, MJ put Friendster CEO Jonathan Abrams in a headlock. He was not amused. Then again, apparently he's a bit of a jerkwad.

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My turn for an ass-whoopin by MJ. So glad we're buds now. Just gotta break the seal, you know? I can't wait for the Blogumentary West Coast Odyssey.

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Poor Matt, so young and easily taunted. You should see his face after a little swig from Min Jung Kim's single malt scotch flask.

I don't have any pix from the EFF/Creative Commons shindig, but I had the pleasure of meeting Jon Lebkowsky and my man Wiley Wiggins. Wiley and friends had some great advice for an open-source new wave filmmaker such as myself.

March 16, 2004 at 04:12 AM in Blogumentary | Permalink

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