[*BCM*] Where was everybody?

Kristen Steinbacher kristens at riseup.net
Sat Nov 27 23:17:56 EST 2004

Hey everyone,

This was my very first ever critical mass ride... and apparently a small
one! I cannot wait to see what its like when everyone shows up! I just
want to say that I had such a blast and plan to come as many times as I
can (though I am currently in school in NH, I live in MA summers). Thanks
for those who came and made it one of the most awesome, super fun nights
i've had in a while.

you all rock my socks

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> <P>I had planned to go (I had a flag to fly and everything: an earth flag
> with the words "give thanks") but limped home from work with an athsma
> attack.</P>
> <P>Everyone else--probably home for the holidays.</P>
> <P>Every year there's a big drop-off between the Oct and Nov rides (one
> year there was a pretty big "buy nothing day" contingent, but I haven't
> seen anything about that this year) and it doesn't build up again until
> Mayish.<BR><BR></P></DIV><BR><BR><BR>www.livejournal.com/users/urbpan
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