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Moon Phase

January 2019
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Bruce [userpic]
Expensive Bootie

So tonight I made my way up to Bootie, in stages. I discovered that at least certain TGI Friday's have free WiFi, so I went to the San Mateo one, had a very nice dinner (my opinion of them just bumped back up a couple of notches), posted a little blasphemy, then made the second half of the trip to the City.

I got into line around 10:20pm, which was later than I would have liked, but still before things got too crazy.

And I got in before Smash-Up Derby came on.

On the positive side: They rocked, as usual. Not only that, but for a change, Trixxie was almost wearing few enough clothes. Just a leather corset, a mini-slip over a thong, fishnets, and platform boots.

Their guest performer, MC Jelly Donut, was pretty good, though the energy wasn't quite the level of last month's DJs Moule and Zebra.

On the negative side: The only people I knew there were Jim and his friend Case.

On the extremely negative side: At one point, the aforementioned Jelly Donut jumped into the crowd. As I discovered later, this tore my phone off. I eventually found the phone, but the screen has been pretty well destroyed.

So if I haven't responded to any messages or phone calls, you'll know why. I'm off the net, at least for the moment. I'm still trying to figure out how I want to handle this, when I'm not hyperventilating.

After the set, moahb, and eventually Daniel showed up. We danced to this month's set of French DJs until a little after 1:00am.

OK, they danced, and I jerked around spastically like the white boy I am.

But at least it was decent exercise.

Then I sloshed my way down a very wet highway here, to the Denny's at 1st and Brokaw.

Now I need to get back to the aforementioned hyperventilation.

Current Location: Denny's
Mood: calmresigned

My understanding is that assimilation solves both problems. There's little likelihood of the implants being displaced and no hyperventilation.

Indeed on both counts - but at our present level of development, having an implanted piece of electronics means that six months later, one has an implanted, outdated piece of electronics.

I did my best in this case. The belt nub on my phone case is sewn in, and the catch is such that the case can only be removed if a button is pressed while the case is twisted sideways.

And it worked, too. The nub was still firmly attached to the half of the belt clip that tore off...


My sincerest condolences on the death of your phone's screen. I believe I can empathize perfectly on that one. Just keep breathing. I'll try to remember to stop by the bank and get you at least some of the money that I owe you today.

Mean time remember that we love you and people do actually still, you know, CALL.

Re: Ahhhh

I thought you might be able to. :-D

Right at the moment, I just have the phone portion off, mostly because I don't know how well calls would work through the myriad text message alerts...


I know!

I'm as close as it comes to an honorary gay man and I have no phone!

That's odd - why did Detachable Penis suddenly start running through my head...

try a flask of Jack!

Now there's a thought.

It means I'd have to get up, though. All I have in the house is Amaretto...

Getting up is terrible thing! don't do it....its evil!

Getting up isn't all that much of a worry.

After all, you're over there, and I'm over here...

One of these days I will make it to Bootie and see Smash Up Derby! However I had quite a but of fun at Splash last night.