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ANNOUNCING: UNC 2010 – The UML Social Experiment

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This is Bishop.

You’ve read the blog, you know the mission.

Over the past year, you’ve allowed me to provide you with a unique opportunity to discuss our differences.

We choose to discuss these differences not because they are easy.

But because they are HARD.

Look around you. Take a good look at the men and women that comment next to you. Remember their names and faces for these are the same groups of people who sit next to you on the train to work and in the car in front of you.  They walk, eat, and breath just like you. Yet they all think and feel differently.

And this is a good thing.

The world would be a boring place if we all thought and looked alike.
The time is now. You’ve argued and debated online, and you’ve asked for more…

You’ve friended each other, poked and prodded…

And asked for more…

On November 20th, in our Nation’s Capital of Washington DC, the Hudson Restaurant and Lounge will be hosting the inaugural





Here you will get a chance to meet all of those assholes and sons of bitches you’ve come to love and hate, in person.

Trinie Le Blanc

Pete Waters


Michael “Leonidas”Childress

We will ALL be there.  And we want to meet you.

Alright, I’ve talked long enough. It’s time for YOU to do the talking.

I look forward to meeting each and every one of you wonderful sons of bitches.

Anytime, Anyplace.

Click here to RSVP.

” Keep a memory of me, not as a king or a hero; but as a man: fallible and flawed.” – Beowulf

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