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Meetup : [Metro Detroit / Ann Arbor], Michigan: LW and SSC meetup where I bring food

0 Post author: excinera 30 March 2017 05:42PM

Discussion article for the meetup : [Metro Detroit / Ann Arbor], Michigan: LW and SSC meetup where I bring food

WHEN: 08 April 2017 04:20:00PM (-0400)

WHERE: 2065 Commerce Blvd. #327 Ann Arbor, MI 48103

The Ann Arbor Area Amalgam of Rationalist-Adjacent Anthropoids is having our biweekly* meetup on Saturday, 2017 April 8.

"If you can read this sentence, you're invited. If someone told you about it, you're invited. If someone re-posted it somewhere else and you read it, you're invited. (Feel free to repost, mention, or link to this announcement anywhere you think people will be interested.) No level of expertise is required. Do not worry if you don't think you're interesting enough. You're much more interesting than you think you are. Even if you're not, you're invited anyway. "

(We have a community website at http://memeware.org/A4RA2 with detailed information on this meetup and a calendar of future events, as well as directions and other stuff! Wow!)

The mailing list post for this meetup is also archived on Google Groups.

In addition to the website and mailing list, we have an IRC channel at irc://irc.freenode.net/a4ra2 (click for in-browser chat), where someone is usually around and paying attention if you want to ask any questions, or see if someone can give you a ride, or shitpost, or whatever.

  • Once every two weeks, not twice a week

Discussion article for the meetup : [Metro Detroit / Ann Arbor], Michigan: LW and SSC meetup where I bring food

Comments (1)

Comment author: mingyuan 05 April 2017 06:25:13PM 0 points [-]

I stole your 'you're much more interesting than you think you are' spiel for my own SSC meetup announcement; I hope you don't mind. Such an important message! I was so hesitant about going to my first meetup that I very nearly didn't go at all, which would have been the hugest mistake of my life, so thank you!