Thursday, 19 March 2009

Bloggers: B3, be bold, be there!

Anna Woolf, aka blogger Annie Fox, has a bright idea: B3 - Bloggers Bar Bash.

It can be a lonely life, that of the blogger, as we thump away on our keyboards so we can inform, amuse and yes sometimes even bore our fellow man.
But fear not, we have a solution: bloggers are welcome to join the Bloggers Bar Bash - B3 - which is to be held the first Thursday of every month. The next B3 is on the the 2nd of April from 6.30pm onwards at Galbraiths, 2 Mt Eden Road, Mt Eden, Auckland.
There are many seating areas in Galbraiths, so you may need to look around. Last time we were outside, but it might be too cold/wet for that? Peter and I have committed to attending so just look out for me in the head scarf and Peter, he's tall.
Non-Dorklanders: please stop in whenever you are in town, it would be great to meet you.


  1. Is it possible to make it on a Friday night, such as first Friday of every month? Friday night would be more enjoyable, since people can continue on to other bars in town once Galbraiths shuts since bars in town do open all hours on Friday.

  2. Is it possible to make it not Gailbraiths so we don't have to pay $9 a pint and $25 for shitty pub food we could get for half that price elsewhere?

  3. You prefer somewhere where we pay $9 a half-pint for lolly water dressed as beer?

    Anyway, both are possible. But you need to persuade Anna, not me.

    Good luck with that. :-)

  4. PC. I'm not sure any good free market man (or woman) should be seen in a place called "Galbraiths"!

  5. Hahaha.

    Very good.

    D'you know, that connection never ever occurred to me. No wonder it's Trotter and McCarten's favourite drinking hole. ;^)


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