KOMO-TV invited me and a number of other Seattle area franco and patriot bloggers to a big party at their place. I can't make it, but I like to think that anyone of you could step in and take command if I'm ever finally bagged by either a sheep farmer or Deputy Leader Dick. Please feel free to show up at the party as Gen. JC Christian, patriot.
My dream is to have a dozen Generals drinking KOMO's booze (open bar) and hobnobbing with what's his name Sharkansky and that Patrick guy from the Discovery Institute (most of the Frenchmen will be in Chicago worshipping the Great Orange Satan).
I'd also enjoy seeing me outed as a dozen different people on as many blogs--Creationist-boy Patrick loves doing that kind of thing.
Hey, and if you see a panhandler who looks like he needs a plate of hors d’oeuvres of a drink or ten, bring him along too. All I ask is that you send me photos, videos or written accounts.
If you require it, I'd be happy to name you an official JG representative in an email from my jcchristian charter net address. Just send me a note.
Here are the details:
KOMO-TV and its owner, Fisher Communications, has graciously agreed to serve as host for a blogger meet-up at 6:30 p.m. on Thursday August 2nd. The event will be at Fisher Plaza, 140 Fourth Avenue North in downtown Seattle. Light hors d’oeuvres and refreshments (alcoholic and otherwise) will be served and everyone who attends is promised a cool piece (or pieces) of KOMO swag. That’s right; we’re digging deep for this.
This is a social event, so come prepared to meet and make new friends. If you know of a local blogger who’s not on the list here, please let me know or feel free to invite them, too. We’d like to meet everybody.
KOMO-TV is interested in getting to know bloggers in the area, and what better way to do that than with a little party? Again, this is a social event; there’s no agenda for the station other than helping facilitate this meet-up. Fisher Communications recognizes the significance of the personal media revolution, and they want to listen and pay attention to what you’re saying. I think this is a good way to start.
KOMO-TV news anchors will be there, so don’t forget to bring your camera! You’ll also be able to take pictures of yourself (and your co-anchors) at the anchor desk.
Please use the RSVP function of this Evite to let us know if you’re coming. We want to make sure we have enough food for everybody. If you have any questions about this event, feel free to contact Leanne Dillon from KOMO-TV at (206) 404-6055.
We should all use “komomeetup” as the tag for photos, videos, blog posts, etc.