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Postby jillybee72 » December 18th, 2010, 6:19 am

People of Austin -
We are returning your Meghan Wolff to you for the holiday season.
We will be wanting her back, though.
That is all.
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Postby mpbrockman » December 18th, 2010, 6:42 am

jillybee72 wrote:People of Austin -
We are returning your Meghan Wolff to you for the holiday season.
We will be wanting her back, though.
That is all.
- People of Minneapolis


In any specific condition?
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Postby sara farr » December 18th, 2010, 9:24 am

People of Minneapolis -

We are loaning you the person of Eric Heiberg for the holiday season.
Please teach him the REAL secret of improv.
We will want him back after the last day of Heiberg Hibernation
or by the Same Years Eve (whichever comes first).
That is all.
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Postby Mo Daviau » December 18th, 2010, 6:26 pm

I call for the immediate merger of the cities of Austin and Minneapolis! May they exist side by side, like hot and cold faucets, or the McDLT.
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Postby mpbrockman » December 18th, 2010, 10:36 pm

Mo Daviau wrote:I call for the immediate merger of the cities of Austin and Minneapolis! May they exist side by side, like hot and cold faucets, or the McDLT.


I think I've said this before; but as a former Minneapolitan, I don't think some sort of Austin/St. Paul switcheroo would be frowned at by most residents of Minneapolis.
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Postby beardedlamb » December 19th, 2010, 1:03 pm

have there ever been two improv festivals on the same weekend in two cities where everyone just switched? probly not. this should happen... in the summer, though. it would fix the problem of having to promote a show you're doing in another city, because everyone there would be promoting your show while you're promoting theirs in your home city. could work actually.
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Postby Brad Hawkins » December 20th, 2010, 12:48 am

beardedlamb wrote:have there ever been two improv festivals on the same weekend in two cities where everyone just switched? probly not. this should happen... in the summer, though. it would fix the problem of having to promote a show you're doing in another city, because everyone there would be promoting your show while you're promoting theirs in your home city. could work actually.

Except for the "in the summer" part. I think the Minneapolitans would push for the winter.
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Postby mpbrockman » December 20th, 2010, 6:04 am

monkeyangst wrote:
beardedlamb wrote:have there ever been two improv festivals on the same weekend in two cities where everyone just switched? probly not. this should happen... in the summer, though. it would fix the problem of having to promote a show you're doing in another city, because everyone there would be promoting your show while you're promoting theirs in your home city. could work actually.

Except for the "in the summer" part. I think the Minneapolitans would push for the winter.


Fall could work. Cooler than we'd like - warmer than they might like, but the colors in MN that time of year are awesome. Rent a car and take a little jaunt up towards St. Cloud, or Brainerd, or if you've got more time - up to Bemidji and the Chippewa Nat'l forest. Gorgeous!
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Postby jillybee72 » December 20th, 2010, 2:33 pm

It's true, I'm the only Minnesotan who thinks it's ideal to summer in Austin given the choice. I'm the only Minnesotan over the age of 14 who loves snow. What are the rest of these assholes doing here? Who knows.

YAY! Switch!
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Postby Asaf » December 20th, 2010, 3:09 pm

jillybee72 wrote:YAY! Switch!


Wait, what? Are we doing a show?

Whenever you're ready, Jillybee!
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Postby Jessica » December 20th, 2010, 11:39 pm

Hey,
Let's trade our August for their February. We get snow, and they get summer. Oh, and we get Jill and Meghan back. That's part of the deal.
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Postby Rev. Jordan T. Maxwell » December 21st, 2010, 11:13 am

Jessica wrote:Hey,
Let's trade our August for their February. We get snow, and they get summer. Oh, and we get Jill and Meghan back. That's part of the deal.


who do we exchange in return? there must always be parity...
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Postby hypersuit » December 21st, 2010, 12:32 pm

How bout they all come here for our best month and we all go there for their best month? Then we'll all be together with our Wolffs and Heibergs.
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Postby sara farr » December 22nd, 2010, 2:22 pm

I suggest HUGE bOOB as the new Exchange.
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Postby Rev. Jordan T. Maxwell » December 22nd, 2010, 3:14 pm

sara farr wrote:I suggest HUGE bOOB as the new Exchange.


talk about your Twin Cities!

(as the River City, i wonder what that makes us...:P)
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