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Last shreds of California

I, the wife, and the sister-in-law went to the Blank Club in downtown San Jose last night. It was ’80s night and it was glorious.

Several clubs in the area have ’80s music Thursday nights and the typical hiphoppery on the weekends. The clever entrepreneur would reverse the trend and get the crowd swimming in the opposite direction.

The music was as good as any place I’ve been since, oh, Sheewaz in Montreal closed its doors. If I still lived here, I’d be there every week.

Today, I met Christina for lunch. She’s not at all as shy as the photo at her blog leads one – i.e. me – to believe. She came with a former co-worker, and we talked a bit of writing, a bit of the employment scene, and a bit of Canada. I may have turned her on to “Kenny vs. Spenny”.

Christina mentioned that she enjoys the posts about Children One through Three. I started updating 101 with their adventures mostly so I could let family members in on the news, but several non-family members have expressed appreciation for those posts.

Speaking of which, Child One has started reading TriggerStreet scripts in parallel with me. It has crossed my mind that she could do reviews, too, and I could record the credits but that wouldn’t be all that ethical, you know?

Time to pack up for the trip home. Later….

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