Your voice started to crack around the first day of BikeBike. You must have been yelling quite a bit.

But yes. Most beautiful experience of my recent life. It was fascinating experiencing such a convention, especially one in which scores of like-minded individuals wishing to make this world a better place simply met up and taught each other various things pertaining to our respective goals in life. Such a concept really boggles the heck out of my brain. I can't wait to implement the stuff I learned in my activities here at home, and I am peeing my pants in anticipation of next year's.

I mostly enjoyed the discussions about gender-based issues in the shops and tried to apply them to areas in the rest of my life. It was really interesting focusing on that for the weekend and then returning to my Women's Studies 100 class on Monday. Such a juxtaposition. I almost wanted to yell "oh, please, we've already been over that, let's move on to something more pressing than G.I. Joes and Barbies."

Also, forming connections that are vital to traveling around this continent was a great plus.

Date: Thu, 2 Oct 2008 14:36:55 -0600
Subject: Re: [TheThinkTank] bike bike

i dunno about the rest of you, but i'm still waiting for my voice to get back from san francisco...

in the best way possible, of course.


On Thu, Oct 2, 2008 at 2:30 PM, tom emm <> wrote:
Nary a word on the recent bike convention held in san francisco.
Somebody please say something, Like can you get a decent slice of
pizza in the city by the bay?
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