More events should have splash zones

So I went with Em to the SaVRID meeting last night. It was delivered almost entirely in ASL. In short, this was not a meeting I expected to understand.

At one point, a lady got up and was given flowers. Everyone waved their hands in the air (I think that is ASL for clapping. Either that or "whoopty doo!") Then the person giving her flowers signed something, and from the context I took it to be an explanation of why she was given flowers.

Apparently, this woman was thinking very hard. And she was driving. Then she went over something. Then she went over something else. Then BAM! one-two-three-... she ran over a crowd of people. And for this, we're giving her flowers.

Or at least that's what someone who knows four words in ASL understood. I really should join this society.

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Guess what!

So, uh, we may have to change the wedding colors...

A happier note:

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Chase Can't Read, ep. 3

Fatty, Your New Life as a Nurse Starts Here‏
-my hotmail spam folder

Oh wait, was that really...?


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Chase Can't Read, ep. 2

"The road to Hell is paved in good internships."
-Johnson, Coleridge, Scott, Marx, and many others
[insert snarky comment about some of my former classmates' experiences], the end.

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Chase Can't Read, ep. 1

So, lots is going on. Not a lot of it is bloggable. But I miss blogging. So while I wait for my life to become a bit more readable, instead we're going to have a feature I like to call "Chase Can't Read", in which I tell you what I read instead of the sentences which were actually there. This is today:

"Just had a lovely evening in Naples, looking forward to a relaxing weekend away from the wife for our 3rd Anniversary"
-from Facebook

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