2007-03-13 07:27 pm (UTC)
Have I been magically teleported back to NYC in 1994?
wouldn't that be awesome?
2007-03-13 07:44 pm (UTC)
I'd like 1000 cheeseburgers plz
Yea you and I were like 6 and PARTYING HARD.
don't worry, we only do them late at night and start at the end of the line. this way we don't intrude on anybody's ride who doesn't want to be subjected to our merrymaking.
don't let the boston bomb squad see you, they might try to blow you up.
yeah, we ran into the homeland security nazis in san francisco and we are aware that we may catch heat from the police. we are willing to take the chance, though; it will be worth it if it works :)
that is just one more reason i love living in canada... i moved to toronto from new york in 2004 and i have never felt freer in my life.
2007-03-13 09:10 pm (UTC)
I plan to move to Toronto as well in the next 3-5 years for a lot of the same reasons.
I heard Montreal is a blast.
Like Toronto but with French rednecks.
2007-03-13 09:25 pm (UTC)
is it a treehouse? that'd be rule.
this looks strangely compelling. kind of like a flash mob but not.
hope to see you there :)
god i hate the word flashmob.
subway parties have been happening since at least the 80's if not earlier, but the word "flashmob" was only invented in 2003
the word "mob" sounds so negative, doesn't it? like a mindless flock of sheep. we prefer to call large groups of people a "community"
Mind you, that was nothing against you, that was just the only other concept I thought was similar.
oh, i know :) i appreciated your comment! :)
i am just trying to bury the word flashmob. forever.
I don't know exactly how costumed up I can get but I at least want to watch you guys. This sounds like too much fun to pass up.
well ... people beat me to most of the fun replies I could have made ...
instead I guess I'll have to settle for saying - I hope you don't get stabbed and/or shot. We're a cranky bunch ...
i am sure the university crowd will make up for it, especially the MIT kids. w
we have done events in a number of cities and Boston does rank at the bottom of the enthusiasm ladder, but once our mailing list is made up purely of interested people, we may see a different side :)