Jake wrangling the beef of a half dozen MASSMoCA technicians has made short work of about ten tons of rice. Heather and Ali have dealt with Prisoners and Residents of Gated communities. Volunteers have done lots of tedious counting. Howard, our US legal/historical/economics expert has been nudging us in useful directions. Jon’s latest revision of SignalNet contains melodic elements, which a powerful development. Karen has been orchestrating printing and oiling the wheels. It is shaping up well here at the Hunter Centre.
Elsewhere there’s rumour that Andy’s been arrested by Hungarian police following a minor traffic incident with The Black Maze (apparently he’s now free and there probably won’t be any follow up). Craig’s flight to Boston tomorrow has been cancelled and, worryingly Nick has been asking to be reminded just how much space we need to do the world version. Which either means the London venue is starting to wobble or someone else has enquired about staging it – both worrying prospects.
Tomorrow we put the hammer down on medium size and small stats, we look at the lighting in here and I may deign to lift the occasional bag of rice myself. Tonight we set off in search of vegetables.