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    We had a great time in Seattle. Thanks to Laura and the API and my friend beer.

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    Beer is only acting like your friend to bum rides places, Francisco.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrBlonde7 View Post
    (check local listings for Paul's Tomatoes air dates)
    I forgot about Paul's Tomatoes. Fucking classic.
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    It's not as often as it should be that you laugh hard enough to make your sides hurt.
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    It's been a minute or two since FS and I just wanted to thank everyone for all the awesome times! It was great to see everyone I haven't seen since last year and finally meet some of you in person! It was a great time all around even though I'll never be able to look at a pterodactyl in the same light ever again...

    See you all next year and hopefully before then!

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    hopefully next time, we are back in our old space (and not the REALLY old space), don't worry dudes - geoff, i, laura and the rest of the board are on your sides. personally, would hate to miss seattle. it will be better next year if we can iron out the kinks.

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    ok - why was my 'the kinks' hyperlinked? i don't actually like the kinks. let's see if it does it again the kinks.

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    This was my best seattle ever, please don't change a thing! (except, of course, the lighting for folks who had dark booths) I thought being in the food court brought a ton of traffic into the room that otherwise would not have come to flatstock.

    Plus, it made it easier for folks like me (who are usually there alone) to eat during the day.

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    I agree with the Duval kid.

    Other than the lights I liked it. Move-in wasn't that bad once we figured where stuff was going. Get some lights and we are golden. the only reason to go back to fisher would be if we had double the artists and couldn't fit. someone (maybe Nate?) made the point that we got the flatstock crowd anyway regardless of location, and then all the people who eventually go looking for food.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Andymac View Post
    I agree with the Duval kid.
    someone (maybe Nate?) made the point that we got the flatstock crowd anyway regardless of location, and then all the people who eventually go looking for food.
    This.

    I saw all of my "regulars" this year, who found it with no trouble, (it is just across the sidewalk from fisher, after all...) and met a bunch of new folks this year who mentioned they have been coming to bshoot for years and never knew flatstock existed.

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