More Evidence that Hartford is not Dead

By , February 22, 2008 8:48 am

It was great seeing Jude, Maurice, Sara(h), Audrey, and one former co-cast member from the Vagina Monologues (2006). It was nice meeting some different people who I would never cross paths with otherwise.

Write up is at Undercurrents.

25 Responses to “More Evidence that Hartford is not Dead”

  1. Jude says:

    Good piece, and nice to see you too. I’ll remember you NEXT time :)

    Target has been a corporate sponsor for a while now; the Target logo has been projected onto the trees outside in nicer weather with moving gobo lights at least once or twice. I think mostly the corporate sponsorship pays for the entertainment. And they have some costs associated with the extra bodies staffing the parking lot. But yeah, between the drinks and the cover, they should be raking it in.

    I think on some level RAW wants to force people into signing up as members, CCH is the one surefire event they have that packs in the bodies. Sooner or later the cost and hassle and crowd will break the event and it will fold or collapse under its own weight or something. But there seem to be plenty of people willing to pony up the funds.

    I don’t go out much (clubs and the like) so CCH is my one social event of the month (and even then I get there only every 2 or 3 months). Also, I think we donate enough to ge tin free. So it’s not that big a deal for me. But yeah, they keep ratcheting up the costs and the diversity and eclecticism that have characterized CCH sinec it started will be replaced by the moneyed set, standing around looking for someone to get something started.

  2. Jude says:

    Good piece, and nice to see you too. I’ll remember you NEXT time :)

    Target has been a corporate sponsor for a while now; the Target logo has been projected onto the trees outside in nicer weather with moving gobo lights at least once or twice. I think mostly the corporate sponsorship pays for the entertainment. And they have some costs associated with the extra bodies staffing the parking lot. But yeah, between the drinks and the cover, they should be raking it in.

    I think on some level RAW wants to force people into signing up as members, CCH is the one surefire event they have that packs in the bodies. Sooner or later the cost and hassle and crowd will break the event and it will fold or collapse under its own weight or something. But there seem to be plenty of people willing to pony up the funds.

    I don’t go out much (clubs and the like) so CCH is my one social event of the month (and even then I get there only every 2 or 3 months). Also, I think we donate enough to ge tin free. So it’s not that big a deal for me. But yeah, they keep ratcheting up the costs and the diversity and eclecticism that have characterized CCH sinec it started will be replaced by the moneyed set, standing around looking for someone to get something started.

  3. Jude says:

    Good piece, and nice to see you too. I’ll remember you NEXT time :)

    Target has been a corporate sponsor for a while now; the Target logo has been projected onto the trees outside in nicer weather with moving gobo lights at least once or twice. I think mostly the corporate sponsorship pays for the entertainment. And they have some costs associated with the extra bodies staffing the parking lot. But yeah, between the drinks and the cover, they should be raking it in.

    I think on some level RAW wants to force people into signing up as members, CCH is the one surefire event they have that packs in the bodies. Sooner or later the cost and hassle and crowd will break the event and it will fold or collapse under its own weight or something. But there seem to be plenty of people willing to pony up the funds.

    I don’t go out much (clubs and the like) so CCH is my one social event of the month (and even then I get there only every 2 or 3 months). Also, I think we donate enough to ge tin free. So it’s not that big a deal for me. But yeah, they keep ratcheting up the costs and the diversity and eclecticism that have characterized CCH sinec it started will be replaced by the moneyed set, standing around looking for someone to get something started.

  4. Jude says:

    Good piece, and nice to see you too. I’ll remember you NEXT time :)

    Target has been a corporate sponsor for a while now; the Target logo has been projected onto the trees outside in nicer weather with moving gobo lights at least once or twice. I think mostly the corporate sponsorship pays for the entertainment. And they have some costs associated with the extra bodies staffing the parking lot. But yeah, between the drinks and the cover, they should be raking it in.

    I think on some level RAW wants to force people into signing up as members, CCH is the one surefire event they have that packs in the bodies. Sooner or later the cost and hassle and crowd will break the event and it will fold or collapse under its own weight or something. But there seem to be plenty of people willing to pony up the funds.

    I don’t go out much (clubs and the like) so CCH is my one social event of the month (and even then I get there only every 2 or 3 months). Also, I think we donate enough to ge tin free. So it’s not that big a deal for me. But yeah, they keep ratcheting up the costs and the diversity and eclecticism that have characterized CCH sinec it started will be replaced by the moneyed set, standing around looking for someone to get something started.

  5. Jude says:

    Good piece, and nice to see you too. I’ll remember you NEXT time :)

    Target has been a corporate sponsor for a while now; the Target logo has been projected onto the trees outside in nicer weather with moving gobo lights at least once or twice. I think mostly the corporate sponsorship pays for the entertainment. And they have some costs associated with the extra bodies staffing the parking lot. But yeah, between the drinks and the cover, they should be raking it in.

    I think on some level RAW wants to force people into signing up as members, CCH is the one surefire event they have that packs in the bodies. Sooner or later the cost and hassle and crowd will break the event and it will fold or collapse under its own weight or something. But there seem to be plenty of people willing to pony up the funds.

    I don’t go out much (clubs and the like) so CCH is my one social event of the month (and even then I get there only every 2 or 3 months). Also, I think we donate enough to ge tin free. So it’s not that big a deal for me. But yeah, they keep ratcheting up the costs and the diversity and eclecticism that have characterized CCH sinec it started will be replaced by the moneyed set, standing around looking for someone to get something started.

  6. Jude says:

    Good piece, and nice to see you too. I’ll remember you NEXT time :)

    Target has been a corporate sponsor for a while now; the Target logo has been projected onto the trees outside in nicer weather with moving gobo lights at least once or twice. I think mostly the corporate sponsorship pays for the entertainment. And they have some costs associated with the extra bodies staffing the parking lot. But yeah, between the drinks and the cover, they should be raking it in.

    I think on some level RAW wants to force people into signing up as members, CCH is the one surefire event they have that packs in the bodies. Sooner or later the cost and hassle and crowd will break the event and it will fold or collapse under its own weight or something. But there seem to be plenty of people willing to pony up the funds.

    I don’t go out much (clubs and the like) so CCH is my one social event of the month (and even then I get there only every 2 or 3 months). Also, I think we donate enough to ge tin free. So it’s not that big a deal for me. But yeah, they keep ratcheting up the costs and the diversity and eclecticism that have characterized CCH sinec it started will be replaced by the moneyed set, standing around looking for someone to get something started.

  7. Jude says:

    Good piece, and nice to see you too. I’ll remember you NEXT time :)

    Target has been a corporate sponsor for a while now; the Target logo has been projected onto the trees outside in nicer weather with moving gobo lights at least once or twice. I think mostly the corporate sponsorship pays for the entertainment. And they have some costs associated with the extra bodies staffing the parking lot. But yeah, between the drinks and the cover, they should be raking it in.

    I think on some level RAW wants to force people into signing up as members, CCH is the one surefire event they have that packs in the bodies. Sooner or later the cost and hassle and crowd will break the event and it will fold or collapse under its own weight or something. But there seem to be plenty of people willing to pony up the funds.

    I don’t go out much (clubs and the like) so CCH is my one social event of the month (and even then I get there only every 2 or 3 months). Also, I think we donate enough to ge tin free. So it’s not that big a deal for me. But yeah, they keep ratcheting up the costs and the diversity and eclecticism that have characterized CCH sinec it started will be replaced by the moneyed set, standing around looking for someone to get something started.

  8. Jude says:

    Good piece, and nice to see you too. I’ll remember you NEXT time :)

    Target has been a corporate sponsor for a while now; the Target logo has been projected onto the trees outside in nicer weather with moving gobo lights at least once or twice. I think mostly the corporate sponsorship pays for the entertainment. And they have some costs associated with the extra bodies staffing the parking lot. But yeah, between the drinks and the cover, they should be raking it in.

    I think on some level RAW wants to force people into signing up as members, CCH is the one surefire event they have that packs in the bodies. Sooner or later the cost and hassle and crowd will break the event and it will fold or collapse under its own weight or something. But there seem to be plenty of people willing to pony up the funds.

    I don’t go out much (clubs and the like) so CCH is my one social event of the month (and even then I get there only every 2 or 3 months). Also, I think we donate enough to ge tin free. So it’s not that big a deal for me. But yeah, they keep ratcheting up the costs and the diversity and eclecticism that have characterized CCH sinec it started will be replaced by the moneyed set, standing around looking for someone to get something started.

  9. Jude says:

    Good piece, and nice to see you too. I’ll remember you NEXT time :)

    Target has been a corporate sponsor for a while now; the Target logo has been projected onto the trees outside in nicer weather with moving gobo lights at least once or twice. I think mostly the corporate sponsorship pays for the entertainment. And they have some costs associated with the extra bodies staffing the parking lot. But yeah, between the drinks and the cover, they should be raking it in.

    I think on some level RAW wants to force people into signing up as members, CCH is the one surefire event they have that packs in the bodies. Sooner or later the cost and hassle and crowd will break the event and it will fold or collapse under its own weight or something. But there seem to be plenty of people willing to pony up the funds.

    I don’t go out much (clubs and the like) so CCH is my one social event of the month (and even then I get there only every 2 or 3 months). Also, I think we donate enough to ge tin free. So it’s not that big a deal for me. But yeah, they keep ratcheting up the costs and the diversity and eclecticism that have characterized CCH sinec it started will be replaced by the moneyed set, standing around looking for someone to get something started.

  10. Jude says:

    Good piece, and nice to see you too. I’ll remember you NEXT time :)

    Target has been a corporate sponsor for a while now; the Target logo has been projected onto the trees outside in nicer weather with moving gobo lights at least once or twice. I think mostly the corporate sponsorship pays for the entertainment. And they have some costs associated with the extra bodies staffing the parking lot. But yeah, between the drinks and the cover, they should be raking it in.

    I think on some level RAW wants to force people into signing up as members, CCH is the one surefire event they have that packs in the bodies. Sooner or later the cost and hassle and crowd will break the event and it will fold or collapse under its own weight or something. But there seem to be plenty of people willing to pony up the funds.

    I don’t go out much (clubs and the like) so CCH is my one social event of the month (and even then I get there only every 2 or 3 months). Also, I think we donate enough to ge tin free. So it’s not that big a deal for me. But yeah, they keep ratcheting up the costs and the diversity and eclecticism that have characterized CCH sinec it started will be replaced by the moneyed set, standing around looking for someone to get something started.

  11. Jude says:

    Good piece, and nice to see you too. I’ll remember you NEXT time :)

    Target has been a corporate sponsor for a while now; the Target logo has been projected onto the trees outside in nicer weather with moving gobo lights at least once or twice. I think mostly the corporate sponsorship pays for the entertainment. And they have some costs associated with the extra bodies staffing the parking lot. But yeah, between the drinks and the cover, they should be raking it in.

    I think on some level RAW wants to force people into signing up as members, CCH is the one surefire event they have that packs in the bodies. Sooner or later the cost and hassle and crowd will break the event and it will fold or collapse under its own weight or something. But there seem to be plenty of people willing to pony up the funds.

    I don’t go out much (clubs and the like) so CCH is my one social event of the month (and even then I get there only every 2 or 3 months). Also, I think we donate enough to ge tin free. So it’s not that big a deal for me. But yeah, they keep ratcheting up the costs and the diversity and eclecticism that have characterized CCH sinec it started will be replaced by the moneyed set, standing around looking for someone to get something started.

  12. Jude says:

    Good piece, and nice to see you too. I’ll remember you NEXT time :)

    Target has been a corporate sponsor for a while now; the Target logo has been projected onto the trees outside in nicer weather with moving gobo lights at least once or twice. I think mostly the corporate sponsorship pays for the entertainment. And they have some costs associated with the extra bodies staffing the parking lot. But yeah, between the drinks and the cover, they should be raking it in.

    I think on some level RAW wants to force people into signing up as members, CCH is the one surefire event they have that packs in the bodies. Sooner or later the cost and hassle and crowd will break the event and it will fold or collapse under its own weight or something. But there seem to be plenty of people willing to pony up the funds.

    I don’t go out much (clubs and the like) so CCH is my one social event of the month (and even then I get there only every 2 or 3 months). Also, I think we donate enough to ge tin free. So it’s not that big a deal for me. But yeah, they keep ratcheting up the costs and the diversity and eclecticism that have characterized CCH sinec it started will be replaced by the moneyed set, standing around looking for someone to get something started.

  13. Jude says:

    Good piece, and nice to see you too. I’ll remember you NEXT time :)

    Target has been a corporate sponsor for a while now; the Target logo has been projected onto the trees outside in nicer weather with moving gobo lights at least once or twice. I think mostly the corporate sponsorship pays for the entertainment. And they have some costs associated with the extra bodies staffing the parking lot. But yeah, between the drinks and the cover, they should be raking it in.

    I think on some level RAW wants to force people into signing up as members, CCH is the one surefire event they have that packs in the bodies. Sooner or later the cost and hassle and crowd will break the event and it will fold or collapse under its own weight or something. But there seem to be plenty of people willing to pony up the funds.

    I don’t go out much (clubs and the like) so CCH is my one social event of the month (and even then I get there only every 2 or 3 months). Also, I think we donate enough to ge tin free. So it’s not that big a deal for me. But yeah, they keep ratcheting up the costs and the diversity and eclecticism that have characterized CCH sinec it started will be replaced by the moneyed set, standing around looking for someone to get something started.

  14. Jude says:

    Good piece, and nice to see you too. I’ll remember you NEXT time :)

    Target has been a corporate sponsor for a while now; the Target logo has been projected onto the trees outside in nicer weather with moving gobo lights at least once or twice. I think mostly the corporate sponsorship pays for the entertainment. And they have some costs associated with the extra bodies staffing the parking lot. But yeah, between the drinks and the cover, they should be raking it in.

    I think on some level RAW wants to force people into signing up as members, CCH is the one surefire event they have that packs in the bodies. Sooner or later the cost and hassle and crowd will break the event and it will fold or collapse under its own weight or something. But there seem to be plenty of people willing to pony up the funds.

    I don’t go out much (clubs and the like) so CCH is my one social event of the month (and even then I get there only every 2 or 3 months). Also, I think we donate enough to ge tin free. So it’s not that big a deal for me. But yeah, they keep ratcheting up the costs and the diversity and eclecticism that have characterized CCH sinec it started will be replaced by the moneyed set, standing around looking for someone to get something started.

  15. Jude says:

    Good piece, and nice to see you too. I’ll remember you NEXT time :)

    Target has been a corporate sponsor for a while now; the Target logo has been projected onto the trees outside in nicer weather with moving gobo lights at least once or twice. I think mostly the corporate sponsorship pays for the entertainment. And they have some costs associated with the extra bodies staffing the parking lot. But yeah, between the drinks and the cover, they should be raking it in.

    I think on some level RAW wants to force people into signing up as members, CCH is the one surefire event they have that packs in the bodies. Sooner or later the cost and hassle and crowd will break the event and it will fold or collapse under its own weight or something. But there seem to be plenty of people willing to pony up the funds.

    I don’t go out much (clubs and the like) so CCH is my one social event of the month (and even then I get there only every 2 or 3 months). Also, I think we donate enough to ge tin free. So it’s not that big a deal for me. But yeah, they keep ratcheting up the costs and the diversity and eclecticism that have characterized CCH sinec it started will be replaced by the moneyed set, standing around looking for someone to get something started.

  16. Jude says:

    Good piece, and nice to see you too. I’ll remember you NEXT time :)

    Target has been a corporate sponsor for a while now; the Target logo has been projected onto the trees outside in nicer weather with moving gobo lights at least once or twice. I think mostly the corporate sponsorship pays for the entertainment. And they have some costs associated with the extra bodies staffing the parking lot. But yeah, between the drinks and the cover, they should be raking it in.

    I think on some level RAW wants to force people into signing up as members, CCH is the one surefire event they have that packs in the bodies. Sooner or later the cost and hassle and crowd will break the event and it will fold or collapse under its own weight or something. But there seem to be plenty of people willing to pony up the funds.

    I don’t go out much (clubs and the like) so CCH is my one social event of the month (and even then I get there only every 2 or 3 months). Also, I think we donate enough to ge tin free. So it’s not that big a deal for me. But yeah, they keep ratcheting up the costs and the diversity and eclecticism that have characterized CCH sinec it started will be replaced by the moneyed set, standing around looking for someone to get something started.

  17. Jude says:

    Good piece, and nice to see you too. I’ll remember you NEXT time :)

    Target has been a corporate sponsor for a while now; the Target logo has been projected onto the trees outside in nicer weather with moving gobo lights at least once or twice. I think mostly the corporate sponsorship pays for the entertainment. And they have some costs associated with the extra bodies staffing the parking lot. But yeah, between the drinks and the cover, they should be raking it in.

    I think on some level RAW wants to force people into signing up as members, CCH is the one surefire event they have that packs in the bodies. Sooner or later the cost and hassle and crowd will break the event and it will fold or collapse under its own weight or something. But there seem to be plenty of people willing to pony up the funds.

    I don’t go out much (clubs and the like) so CCH is my one social event of the month (and even then I get there only every 2 or 3 months). Also, I think we donate enough to ge tin free. So it’s not that big a deal for me. But yeah, they keep ratcheting up the costs and the diversity and eclecticism that have characterized CCH sinec it started will be replaced by the moneyed set, standing around looking for someone to get something started.

  18. Jude says:

    Good piece, and nice to see you too. I’ll remember you NEXT time :)

    Target has been a corporate sponsor for a while now; the Target logo has been projected onto the trees outside in nicer weather with moving gobo lights at least once or twice. I think mostly the corporate sponsorship pays for the entertainment. And they have some costs associated with the extra bodies staffing the parking lot. But yeah, between the drinks and the cover, they should be raking it in.

    I think on some level RAW wants to force people into signing up as members, CCH is the one surefire event they have that packs in the bodies. Sooner or later the cost and hassle and crowd will break the event and it will fold or collapse under its own weight or something. But there seem to be plenty of people willing to pony up the funds.

    I don’t go out much (clubs and the like) so CCH is my one social event of the month (and even then I get there only every 2 or 3 months). Also, I think we donate enough to ge tin free. So it’s not that big a deal for me. But yeah, they keep ratcheting up the costs and the diversity and eclecticism that have characterized CCH sinec it started will be replaced by the moneyed set, standing around looking for someone to get something started.

  19. Jude says:

    Good piece, and nice to see you too. I’ll remember you NEXT time :)

    Target has been a corporate sponsor for a while now; the Target logo has been projected onto the trees outside in nicer weather with moving gobo lights at least once or twice. I think mostly the corporate sponsorship pays for the entertainment. And they have some costs associated with the extra bodies staffing the parking lot. But yeah, between the drinks and the cover, they should be raking it in.

    I think on some level RAW wants to force people into signing up as members, CCH is the one surefire event they have that packs in the bodies. Sooner or later the cost and hassle and crowd will break the event and it will fold or collapse under its own weight or something. But there seem to be plenty of people willing to pony up the funds.

    I don’t go out much (clubs and the like) so CCH is my one social event of the month (and even then I get there only every 2 or 3 months). Also, I think we donate enough to ge tin free. So it’s not that big a deal for me. But yeah, they keep ratcheting up the costs and the diversity and eclecticism that have characterized CCH sinec it started will be replaced by the moneyed set, standing around looking for someone to get something started.

  20. Jude says:

    Good piece, and nice to see you too. I’ll remember you NEXT time :)

    Target has been a corporate sponsor for a while now; the Target logo has been projected onto the trees outside in nicer weather with moving gobo lights at least once or twice. I think mostly the corporate sponsorship pays for the entertainment. And they have some costs associated with the extra bodies staffing the parking lot. But yeah, between the drinks and the cover, they should be raking it in.

    I think on some level RAW wants to force people into signing up as members, CCH is the one surefire event they have that packs in the bodies. Sooner or later the cost and hassle and crowd will break the event and it will fold or collapse under its own weight or something. But there seem to be plenty of people willing to pony up the funds.

    I don’t go out much (clubs and the like) so CCH is my one social event of the month (and even then I get there only every 2 or 3 months). Also, I think we donate enough to ge tin free. So it’s not that big a deal for me. But yeah, they keep ratcheting up the costs and the diversity and eclecticism that have characterized CCH sinec it started will be replaced by the moneyed set, standing around looking for someone to get something started.

  21. Jude says:

    Good piece, and nice to see you too. I’ll remember you NEXT time :)

    Target has been a corporate sponsor for a while now; the Target logo has been projected onto the trees outside in nicer weather with moving gobo lights at least once or twice. I think mostly the corporate sponsorship pays for the entertainment. And they have some costs associated with the extra bodies staffing the parking lot. But yeah, between the drinks and the cover, they should be raking it in.

    I think on some level RAW wants to force people into signing up as members, CCH is the one surefire event they have that packs in the bodies. Sooner or later the cost and hassle and crowd will break the event and it will fold or collapse under its own weight or something. But there seem to be plenty of people willing to pony up the funds.

    I don’t go out much (clubs and the like) so CCH is my one social event of the month (and even then I get there only every 2 or 3 months). Also, I think we donate enough to ge tin free. So it’s not that big a deal for me. But yeah, they keep ratcheting up the costs and the diversity and eclecticism that have characterized CCH sinec it started will be replaced by the moneyed set, standing around looking for someone to get something started.

  22. Jude says:

    Good piece, and nice to see you too. I’ll remember you NEXT time :)

    Target has been a corporate sponsor for a while now; the Target logo has been projected onto the trees outside in nicer weather with moving gobo lights at least once or twice. I think mostly the corporate sponsorship pays for the entertainment. And they have some costs associated with the extra bodies staffing the parking lot. But yeah, between the drinks and the cover, they should be raking it in.

    I think on some level RAW wants to force people into signing up as members, CCH is the one surefire event they have that packs in the bodies. Sooner or later the cost and hassle and crowd will break the event and it will fold or collapse under its own weight or something. But there seem to be plenty of people willing to pony up the funds.

    I don’t go out much (clubs and the like) so CCH is my one social event of the month (and even then I get there only every 2 or 3 months). Also, I think we donate enough to ge tin free. So it’s not that big a deal for me. But yeah, they keep ratcheting up the costs and the diversity and eclecticism that have characterized CCH sinec it started will be replaced by the moneyed set, standing around looking for someone to get something started.

  23. Jude says:

    Good piece, and nice to see you too. I’ll remember you NEXT time :)

    Target has been a corporate sponsor for a while now; the Target logo has been projected onto the trees outside in nicer weather with moving gobo lights at least once or twice. I think mostly the corporate sponsorship pays for the entertainment. And they have some costs associated with the extra bodies staffing the parking lot. But yeah, between the drinks and the cover, they should be raking it in.

    I think on some level RAW wants to force people into signing up as members, CCH is the one surefire event they have that packs in the bodies. Sooner or later the cost and hassle and crowd will break the event and it will fold or collapse under its own weight or something. But there seem to be plenty of people willing to pony up the funds.

    I don’t go out much (clubs and the like) so CCH is my one social event of the month (and even then I get there only every 2 or 3 months). Also, I think we donate enough to ge tin free. So it’s not that big a deal for me. But yeah, they keep ratcheting up the costs and the diversity and eclecticism that have characterized CCH sinec it started will be replaced by the moneyed set, standing around looking for someone to get something started.

  24. Jude says:

    Good piece, and nice to see you too. I’ll remember you NEXT time :)

    Target has been a corporate sponsor for a while now; the Target logo has been projected onto the trees outside in nicer weather with moving gobo lights at least once or twice. I think mostly the corporate sponsorship pays for the entertainment. And they have some costs associated with the extra bodies staffing the parking lot. But yeah, between the drinks and the cover, they should be raking it in.

    I think on some level RAW wants to force people into signing up as members, CCH is the one surefire event they have that packs in the bodies. Sooner or later the cost and hassle and crowd will break the event and it will fold or collapse under its own weight or something. But there seem to be plenty of people willing to pony up the funds.

    I don’t go out much (clubs and the like) so CCH is my one social event of the month (and even then I get there only every 2 or 3 months). Also, I think we donate enough to ge tin free. So it’s not that big a deal for me. But yeah, they keep ratcheting up the costs and the diversity and eclecticism that have characterized CCH sinec it started will be replaced by the moneyed set, standing around looking for someone to get something started.

  25. Jude says:

    Good piece, and nice to see you too. I’ll remember you NEXT time :)

    Target has been a corporate sponsor for a while now; the Target logo has been projected onto the trees outside in nicer weather with moving gobo lights at least once or twice. I think mostly the corporate sponsorship pays for the entertainment. And they have some costs associated with the extra bodies staffing the parking lot. But yeah, between the drinks and the cover, they should be raking it in.

    I think on some level RAW wants to force people into signing up as members, CCH is the one surefire event they have that packs in the bodies. Sooner or later the cost and hassle and crowd will break the event and it will fold or collapse under its own weight or something. But there seem to be plenty of people willing to pony up the funds.

    I don’t go out much (clubs and the like) so CCH is my one social event of the month (and even then I get there only every 2 or 3 months). Also, I think we donate enough to ge tin free. So it’s not that big a deal for me. But yeah, they keep ratcheting up the costs and the diversity and eclecticism that have characterized CCH sinec it started will be replaced by the moneyed set, standing around looking for someone to get something started.

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