ShawnPorter

San Diego/San Francisco July 2013

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Hey Friends!

I'm going to be heading out to San Diego for SDCC/Pushead on 19th July 2013; other than 21st July (the Pushead event) I have zero plans, (well. Maybe a Donkey Show if I can make it into TJ. That seems legit) so if you're a Sparrower in SD... what's up!

Monday 22nd July I'll be heading up to the Bay area where I'll be a super goober tourist until Thursday morning. So... if you're a Sparrower in SF... what's up!

Would love to grab dinner with folks!

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Hello from Oakland! Lots of fun stuff to do on this side of the bay. I'm sure there are some other bay area folks who would love to get together as well. Let me know if you'd like to see some stuff from a local's point of view!

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Turns out I only have Monday and Tuesday in the Bay area. Just checked my tickets. Eep.

Still- Might try to have a big group dinner for all of my friends on Tuesday if any LST folks wanna join.

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