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July 25, 2007


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I was annoyed last year by all the inside jokes and such as well. Although I can't say that I wouldn't do the exact same thing if I actually went to BlogHer.

Have fun!

I wish I was going to BlogHer...I just can't afford it right now. It's a bummer, but I'll deal. I hope you have a blast and learn a lot and take lots of pictures. I'll be waiting for the pictures. :-)

I hope you have a great time........ wish I was going!

Can't wait!!

Have a good time at the conference.

As an academic, my life is punctuated with conferences, and I have to say I am a bit of a conference whore.

The discussions, receptions, dinners, drinks parties, name tags, room service...I love it all.

I am sure you will do famously. You are smart, funny and eloquent. If the bastards can't get that, well, too bad for them.

Feel free to use my website as a "don't let it come to this" example of why angry loners give bloggers with a purpose a bad name.

Also, as you will be in Chicago, track down an IB or a decent pizza...I have not been home in some time and miss both dearly.

Only one comment...you used the word traipsing. I knew that was a word, used it just 2 days ago in conversation but then had to look up its meaning afterwards to make sure I knew its correct definition. It certainly is not a word used too often.

Enjoy your weekend traipsing around this city of ours!

Have fun!

I can't wait to see the pictures. Although, I know they are going to make me sniff, sniff, sob, sob because I couldn't be a part of them. Have a fabulous time! I hope you are able to learn a lot.

I will kick some typepad ass if I don't get my TLF!!!!

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