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November 3, 2008

Whatchadothisweekend

Hello and good morning gang.

How is everyone feeling this morning, after our awesome Ravens brutally assaulted the Browns? I, for one, feel great. I was out of town this weekend, which means I don't have much to report here, unfortunately. But I hope you have some delightful Halloween tales to share. Any nominations for best costume?

Also, what is everybody doing tomorrow post-voting?


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Posted by Sam Sessa at 10:32 AM | | Comments (8)
        

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Lost a costume contest in Federal Hill - badly.

After election? The same thing I do after every election - try to take over the world.

I will be drinking either way after the election results come in.

Went to Silks on Saturday night, a dive bar in Canton. The bar's wallpaper looks to be from the 1960s era.

I've been by Silks and even blogged about it once. When is that place open? Is it one of those situations where the owner only opens up once a month or so, just to keep the liquor license active?

The hours are very strange. I only went as a friend was guest bartendering that night.

Someone else told me that during the week, you have to knock to be let in.

I knifed the lead singer of We Are Seahorses this weekend.

After voting I may stop in for a free coffee at Starbucks. The campaign is What If We All Cared Enough To Vote?

http://www.new.facebook.com/event.php?eid=37390516953

I guess their message is you get free coffee.

Thursday: Caught rap icons AK Slaughter and Mickey Free at the Talking Head.

Saturday: Caught Trio BVD and All Coda at An die Musik.

former MS poll winner ("bar you love to hate") is advertising an Obama victory party tomorrow night

watched the Ravens great game...election day Todd Conners for my free beer

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