August 11, 2005

Meeting in person always "calms" the waters

Geez, here I am feeling like a full-time blogger again. But don't worry, that'll change quickly when school starts! Here, I just wanna send a shout out to Mike M. of Down With Absolutes! and Dana Garrett of Delaware Watch. I met up with them at a local Mexican restaurant last evening. I had enjoyed my tit-for-tat's with Mike over the last few months (at his blog and on my old one), but with regards to Dana, we had engaged in some major flame wars in posts and comments during the same time frame. But I just knew that meeting in person would change our perceptions of one another. It apparently worked!

Dana is a very friendly and personable guy! We kept politics talk to a minimum, and when it was discussed, we actually seemed to agree more than not. Maybe that was thanks to Mike, who definitely seems to fall in between Dana and I on the political spectrum. Speaking of which, Mike is friggin' hilarious -- his posts frequently bag me up, and he injected humorous anecdotes last evening at the most opportune times. Mike informed me that he bought a couple Los Amigos Invisibles CDs (my favorite music group) and really dug 'em. (BTW, LAI are playing in nearby Philly on Oct. 29, and you can purchase tickets for that show at their website which I just linked!)

I want to thank Dana for the kind words over at his site; I certainly appreciate it. Right back at'cha! I, too, look forward to the next time. As we discussed, maybe a monthly blogger's get-together would be a good idea!

Posted by Hube at August 11, 2005 09:45 AM | TrackBack

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Well, you were correct, Hube. Meeting didn't change things. I'm glad you suggested it. I think a monthly get together is a good idea. We should also invite Mascitti.

Posted by: Dana Garrett at August 11, 2005 08:08 PM

Didn't, Dana? I hope that's a typo! ;-)

Posted by: Hube at August 11, 2005 08:59 PM

Would you two get a room?

It's much more interesting when you fight.

Posted by: at August 12, 2005 09:39 AM


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Posted by: Maryann Pike at October 12, 2005 10:19 AM