Ok. Let me just say at the outset that we’re only just back at Mark’s place and when we ventured out tonight, we were unaware of the terrorist outrages in London.
So in that light, the night has become more sombre, but I think it’s fair to say that one thing that distinguishes a liberal society from its opponents is people’s right to express themselves, conduct themselves as they will, and enjoy their lives and actualise what’s best in their lives. That is sooo worth fighting for.
So Mark and I went first to the Casi**o, where he won 2k playing blackj**ck to fund our night (most of which proved utterly unnecessary for that purpose, and no doubt he’ll squirrel it away – but the huge wad of 100 dollar bills is nevertheless impressive in its own way) and then we went up the Valley. The Fiesta rocks. Unfortunately, the mobile phone photos of the Zen Zen Zo girls in bras and panties playing up in the Valley mall didn’t come out. But it’s so good to see people who are usually totally unused to this sort of improvisational and inspirational music enjoying Groove Collective at the Fringe Bar.
And I had a spiffy time dancing.
This post feels a bit lame now that we’re back and reading about what’s gone on. But – hey – there’s a serious point I think in saying that our right to enjoy excellent music, a few good drinks, and each other’s company is a good thing. Yeah?
Therefore I think the posting should go on.
That’s all. Goodnight.