Who wants a piece of my mind!

I thought about calling this, Who wants a piece of me!, but I’m not sure I want an answer to that one! Let’s keep it light instead. I’ve mostly been avoiding taking stands & proffering opinions on events, but I’ve found the yapping the mouth doesn’t go away that way, it just changes to another mode–people have wanted to know about the things I’ve seen & the thinking they occasioned on my American tour, so I’ve said a few things now & again, preferring mostly to have conversations instead of giving speeches. It’s a better mode, all thins considered, less confrontational & it offers more opportunities for people to tell their stories.

Maybe we can do more of that? I was talking with Mr. Devereaux the other day & he suggested a broader discussion, if M & Nanda Panda & anyone else might be interested. Do a bit of talk about America now that my astounding American tour is over–anyone interested? Of course, you can also learn weird & wonderful things about me from M, who not only hosted me, but was my guide to the great American wonders of the desert.

If there are any takers, let’s talk about when it would be a good day. I think Sunday might be best for me. It might be easier to fit our different schedules, too–keep in mind, I’m two hours East of Greenwich. As for how to talk–we can either chat on the chat at a pre-arranged date or do audio or audio-video in some way. My experience of talking online is limited to google hangouts, skype, facebook video–you know, what the kids do… So I’m open for business & open for suggestions!

By the way, I’m proud to say I’ve been added to the BDB blogroll, in the company of the valiant RushBabe, no less!–she’s also partly guilty for this chatting proposal, having cornered me into giving a speech at our Seattle meetup, which thankfully is not available to anyone but the NSA, who, I’m sure, will be adequately discrete about it. Thanks for the link, Ball!

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10 Responses to Who wants a piece of my mind!

  1. MLHMLH says:

    Two hours east of Greenwich puts you 9 hours ahead of MST, 10 hours ahead of the PST and 8 hours ahead of PA.

    Sunday next could work for me!

    I don’t have much to tell you about Titus so, don’t expect much dishing.

  2. AdministratorAdministrator says:

    Hail! Glad you limited the offerings to a piece of mind. Heaven knows what sort of meat market might have emerged.

  3. titus says:

    Heh. I’m not reduced to that desperation yet. Next year might be a pretty hopeful time, anyway!

  4. NandaNanda says:

    More than happy to join in! Have a parish class Sundays from 1800-1900 EST, but, other than that…Just give me a heads-up, so I can have appropriate technology ready.

  5. titus says:

    Let’s see who the takers are, Nanda! I wrote to Mr. Dev, too. Hopefully, we can settle on something today…

  6. AdministratorAdministrator says:

    I havbe put up a private post to coordinate a Google hangout. http://balldiamondball.com/blog/?p=1447 Of course, that’s just a suggestion. Never done a hangout before.

  7. DevereauxDevereaux says:

    Got the e-mail, Titus. Sunday may work, but I need a time.

  8. MLHMLH says:

    I have filial duties this Sunday and don’t know if I’ll be home, out and about (Dad still likes to go for a drive), or at the ALF.

  9. NandaNanda says:

    Update: Delivery to the above gmail address failed, beloved admin.

  10. titus says:

    Hello, folks. For our Sunday talk–we’re still talking about AMUs vs. Google hangouts…–but the time is tentatively set, that’s early afternoon in America (East Coast), late evening Eastern Europe.

    This seems to work out for a number of us, but before we set on an hour, any ideas, requests to move it back or forward an hour or two?

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