[Noisebridge-discuss] Anyone have problems with booting out overnight sleepers in the morning?
Robert "Finny" Merrill
rfmerrill at berkeley.edu
Sun Jan 5 05:54:29 UTC 2014
On Thu, Dec 12, 2013 at 5:53 PM, Ronald Cotoni <setient at gmail.com> wrote:
> Robert "Finny" Merrill, a lack of your planning on your part does not
> constitute an actual situation where it would be ok to sleep at noisebridge.
> The rest of the city being destroyed and it is the only shelter within a 7
> mile radius MIGHT be considered a valid reason. Living in Fremont is your
> decision, not the communities. It is also not a reason to sleep at
> Noisebridge. I would suggest leaving Noisebridge by 11 to ensure that you
> NEVER miss the last train. Alternatively, you can still go to the transbay
> terminal, I bet and get home. You may have to walk a bit once you get to
> Fremont and for that I am sorry. You may be able to alleviate this by
> getting a bike/skateboard/razor/other wheeled device for helping you move.
I find it hilarious that all of the replies to my email immediately
assumed that I was referring to myself.
I currently live in San Jose, currently own a car, and have never
lived in Fremont.
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