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Sean and J’s Wedding Thong?

This past Saturday was the Wedding Party for our friends Sean and J. It was awesome and it was cool seeing everyone and getting to share such a special day with such great people like Sean and J. Aside from the wedding related madness there was this girl there. She danced a helluva a lot. A helluva lot. She did this sort of hopping/march dance. It was totally cool and stripped down. She was totally bubbly and quirky and seemed like someone we’d be friends with. She totally didn’t give a shit except for dancing and having a wonderful time. But regardless she looked like she was having a ball and that definitely entertained us all to no end. And I don’t think anyone really knew who she was or who she knew. People had ideas, but nothing was clear. The pictures of the event are here.

Oh and last Thursday we went to the Library of Congress to watch the David Bowie film, Just a Gigolo. The Film Registry is an amazing entity of our Government where we get to decide which movies are culturally important to preserve. I think we’re going to go more often now. And actually, re-reading this it kinda makes no sense. This is what they do:

In late 1996, the United States Congress passed landmark legislation creating the independent, nonprofit National Film Preservation Foundation, a public-private partnership to benefit the film preservation efforts of American film archives, historical societies and similar institutions.