[Noisebridge-discuss] My drunken rampage

Brian Cloutier briancloutier2010 at gmail.com
Tue Mar 6 18:29:26 UTC 2012

I'm personally loving the juxtaposition here.

A few days ago it was stated that the weekly meeting is a great time to
come introduce yourself and learn more about NB. If I remember correctly
the HackerMoms (sorry if that's the wrong name) are planning on showing up.
They plan to have a very nice and civil discussion on strategies for
starting their own space, and are even planning on towing some kids along.

Now, Justin, you plan to rant about how fascist we all are and how being a
raging drunk should be acceptable in the space. You plan to "PROTEST!".

Justin is there any way some of us could break off and handle this matter
more privately? Do you really want to announce to everybody at the meeting
just how drunk you got? May I ask that you not give the HackerMoms a bad
impression of our space?

Noisebridge (imo) is a place for hackers to keep the spirit of hacking
alive and encourage others to join them. I ask that you put last night
aside as a bad experience, that you enter into some sort of mediation with
Robert if he's willing, and that we all put this behind us instead of
polluting what is usually an incredibly fun place.

- Brian
 On Mar 6, 2012 9:58 AM, "jim" <jim at systemateka.com> wrote:

>    Maybe the meeting can discuss the idea that drunks
> are not allowed in the space, partly because they tend
> to be out of control and disruptive, partly because
> there are sensitive and/or dangerous tools in the space.
> Too drunk to drive? Too drunk to be trusted in the space.
> On Tue, 2012-03-06 at 07:10 -0800, Justin Doerr wrote:
> > I was kicked out by a handful of Noisebridge people after I was doing
> > a round of dishes.. I don't remember everything because I was really
> > drunk as in wasted... I'm furious and have publicly announced to
> > Facebook that I hate Robert Chu and I'm pissed that he has video
> > footage of me and I plan on suing him if he releases that information
> > to the public. Thank god for rich parents when I need them. Although I
> > was a hot mess I'm sort of glad that I let out my alter ego last night
> > because Noisebridge has in fact become a fascist police state and the
> > person who I thought was my friend is the actual ring leader of it
> > all, Robert Chu.
> >
> > If I somehow managed to persuade a group of cops to not arrest me last
> > night outside of El Ranchito while I was completely hammered, and to
> > moreover point out the bullshit of in which I was subjectively
> > scrutinized, I will gladly show up to tonight's meeting, semi hung
> > over to try and do the same thing.
> >
> >
> > I am really hurt and offended Noisebridge. Very hurt and offended
> > indeed, and like last night, you won't let me slip through your
> > fingers so easily. Not without a fight!!!
> >
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