howl movie poll
kgmeyers at optonline.net
Thu Mar 31 23:22:07 EST 2005
I am not sure there is any way I could get to something, being a
teenager usually dependent on parents for rides. Although by June I
might have my driver's license. Anyway, I live in CT and could easily
go to New York City. Any other place in the northeast, or maybe FL or
MD, might be possible- maybe I can visit relatives or colleges at the
On Mar 31, 2005, at 11:34 AM, deborah.dwj at suberic.net wrote:
> Let's do it this way. If there is a non-zero chance you'd be willing
> do a North America Howl move get together in June, send me a response
> this poll (privately to me; I'll compile the answers).
> Also, if you answer, in case I don't know, tell me where you live.
> We can easily do multiple get-togethers around the continent, if people
> want to.
> deborah's low-tech poll:
> ___ I would be willing to go to get together near me, where "near me"
> is defined as "wouldn't take me more than a couple of hours to get
> ___ I would be willing to go to a get-together sort of near me, where
> "sort of near me" is defined as "I could maybe go and come back
> without spending the night, but it might not be a good idea". (E.g.
> Boston -- New York)
> ___ I would be willing to go to a get-together anywhere in [region of
> the continent]
> ___ I would be willing to go to a get-together anywhere in North
> America if I can get a cheap enough flight, train trip, or bus.
> ___ I'd be willing to go anywhere but I don't know if I can afford
> ___ I'm willing to go anywhere. Count me in!
> ___ I don't think I can go, but keep me in the loop for planning,
> in case I win the lottery or you end up in my neighborhood.
> ___ if we end up doing this in my neighborhood, I can put [number]
> people up in my house.
> ___ if we end up doing this in my neighborhood or in [other location
> know well], I can serve as social host, suggesting good hotels and it
> or in people around town.
> ___ other
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> Withinne a thousand yere, and wordes tho
> That hadden pris, now wonder nyce and straunge
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