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Mixed-up Meet up

I'm seeking RSVPs for an August 13, 2016 meetup beginning at noon and continuing until about 9PM. This event is not limited to a particular group, but open to Gamergaters, Badger fans, MRAs & antifeminists, anyone who has been a part of the greater conversation around these social issues.

If there is enough interest/response by 7/25, I'll send everyone who RSVPs information about the 2 Dayton, Ohio area locations at which the meetup will take place (beginning at one, and then heading to the second location.) Information sent to those who RSVP will include the names and locations of the venues and the names and locations of 2 hotels within walking distance (2 miles) of the second venue. You will not be able to get this information without an RSVP.

To RSVP, send an email to mixedupmeetup@gmail.com letting me know you are coming & if anyone else will be attending with you, or add yourself to the event page on facebook.
Also let me know if you have any other questions.


Unknown said...

...Didn't know Dayton Ohio was smaller than Modesto...

RD said...

Dayton, like a number of midwestern cities, has experienced a major population decline over the past half century. Such declines are the norm for most midwestern cities and upstate New York, except the Twin Cities, Indianapolis and Columbus.

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