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Bocce This Sunday

Posted on July 17, 2008 at 10:59am 1 Comment

Bocce's an Italian yard game with a history going all the way back to the Roman Empire. Bocce has survived the ages because it's fun, simple, and doesn't contain copious amounts of lead like sapa*.



I put together semi-regular bocce games. If any of y'all want to join us this Sunday evening, then here's what ya need...

Date: Sunday, 20 July 2008

Time: 1900 -2100

Location: The bocce court next to Vickery's in the Glenwood Park development (933 Garrett Str. SE, Atlanta,… Continue

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At 5:17pm on December 5, 2008, A Former Member said…
I like your bio. I enjoy language as well. I read The Professor and the Madman this year. Simply written, but entertaining. I also read Talking Right by Nunberg, and would like to read more of his work. I am also interested in the environment, and taken a lot of steps to lower my carbon footprint. Raising money right now to plant trees at a local elementary school. We planted 8 last year.

I started two groups on AN. Lovers of Shakespeare and Ars Poetica. Please join if you are interested. I welcome your contributions.
At 12:12pm on August 6, 2008, Jason said…
Living in Charleston, SC right now trying to sell the house so we can move back "home" to GA! Just stopping by to say 'sup!
At 9:05pm on July 29, 2008, Heather McIntosh said…
What is a CSA? Melon balls in lemon squash? I've never heard of lemon squash. Hmm... you can't ever go wrong with cookies!!

I studied German and Spanish... 7 years ago.
At 4:00pm on July 24, 2008, Heather McIntosh said…
Hand-squeezed limeade and fresh-baked almond cookies? Wow, will you be my mom? Just kidding!

I like to organize and sort things, so eventually I figured out that cataloging might just be perfect for me. For undergrad I studied languages. :-)

Have you made a park without mosquitoes or ants yet?
At 4:00pm on July 22, 2008, seth said…
Thanks man. I'll look into this and see if it strikes my fancy.
At 1:41pm on July 22, 2008, seth said…
Sorry I could Bocc this weekend, but my show at eyedrum went well. And let me know next time you're boccing, as I'm all over it. Keep those balls warm for me! Hehe.
At 1:46pm on July 21, 2008, Brad Feaker said…
Jasen,

I may have to move to Atlanta - damn few atheists (or open ones) around my parts. And Atlanta seems to be getting represented well here. Good to have you around.

Brad
At 6:14pm on July 20, 2008, Heather McIntosh said…
I don't know many librarians, to be honest. An amateur historian working in a medical library? It's interesting the places we land. I hope you're having fun playing bocce right now.
At 6:05pm on July 20, 2008, Josh Gough said…
Hello Jasen,
Fellow Atlantan here. Take a look at http://www.AtlantaScienceTavern.com to find some more folks interested in science and reason.

We just started the group and are looking forward to its success!

take care,
Josh
At 9:20am on July 18, 2008, Kaye said…
It really related more to the fact that a lot of people might think you're a fabulous person, you build a friendship then look at you as if you're revolting when they find out you're an atheist. It's awkward and a lot of people have been taught that no matter how nice they seem (it's a devil's trick!) atheists are evil. end of story. So yeah, friendships are a little difficult.

LoL Your description of the women setting you up on dates made me laugh :P
 
 
 

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