Microsoft Ice House in Downtown Toronto
hi.darren at gmail.com
Wed Jan 31 04:55:31 UTC 2007
Borden Rhodes wrote:
> I like the idea of a CD drop the most. I only have about 10 6.06 CDs
> and another 10 5.10 CDs. If we were able to pool all of our discs
> together we may be able to feed a crowd of 100... for a couple of
> minutes. That's where my idea of having a burning machine set up came
> from and get people to bring their own media since I'm not prepared to
> shell out $70 on a spindle (besides, these sheep are getting ready to
> unload $400+ on their OSes). David Patrick's right, though, it
> doesn't make great PR to say 'free as in get your own CD!'
> It seems that super rubber Tux is our best option at rescue and, if
> so, we should have him ready for the evening rush hour. The thing
> about media in Toronto is that they always find you... especially
> downtown with police on duty just in time for the 6:00 news.
> Microsoft, surprise, surprise, is keeping their house air conditioned
> with a pair of massive generators connected to who knows what
> outside. I think asking to borrow power off them is out of the question.
> A final option is to have some live entertainment for all the people
> waiting. Lots of ideas come to mind on that one, but no good ones.
> If anyone's worried about legalities of 'peaceful assembly' my
> sister's a criminal defense lawyer who has a rottweiller and shops
> regularly at the Caffe. She'll help us out :P
> Borden Rhodes
The rottie works for me :)
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