--- In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, Sal Sunshine <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> 
> Rick, I had a friend who almost did that, a number of years ago.  
> got to the Dome a few minutes late, had gone to a lot of trouble 
to get 
> there, and was seriously ticked.  So she stood outside the doors, 
> yelling, "Open up, you b*tches, open up!"  It worked. :)
> Boy, would I have loved to have been there for that one.  Talk 
> vicarious thrills.
> Sal

I had a fantasy about the story told here a week or so ago about the 
fellow who was in the Dome but the security guards came and, without 
incident, escorted him out.  Remember that one?

Well, in my fantasy, when the guards come up to him (he's already in 
full lotus position with his eyes closed), he says to the 
guards: "well, I'm in here now and I'm not leaving.  If you'd like 
to talk with me outside after program and tell me why I won't be 
allowed back in in the future, that's fine.  But I ain't budging 
now...and if you want a very ugly incident, just try laying a finger 
on me.  Now, I'm in bliss so kindly fuck off!"

> On Aug 19, 2006, at 4:07 PM, Rick Archer wrote:
> > on 8/19/06 4:01 PM, kenwoodfx at [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
> >
> > <If someone is rejected, there is a reason for that, but that is 
not a 
> > reason for not coming in the Dome in this important time in 
> > history.
> >
> > "Rejected" means you can't go in the dome. What are they 
supposed to 
> > do, break down the door?  __._,_.

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