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Open Meeting Announcement: What Do We Have To Do To Get You To Come?

Let me tell you something, we had four containers filled – four eighteen-wheeler trucks filled – with green grapes.

But I had left the week before for two days to go to meetings on NYU’s campus to make the blogs kiss. And when I came back I had missed the big meeting with Lerner Security, and of course Lerner Security had said to Jenny and the gang “You need to pay us $175,000 in cash today for us to release the grapes.”

I went down, well Jenny called me (and I’m going to speak completely, um, you know, this won’t go that far I’m sure, but) Jenny called and said “Zack we really need you to take one big thing for the Bwog team” and I said “Oh my gosh, I’ve been taking something for the Bwog team every day.” She said “Well, you’re our wonderful Managing Editor and we need you to go down… will you… write the announcement post?”

Lerner 510. 9pm. We’ll supply the grapes, you supply the pitches, and Ja Rule will be in attendance.

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