Thanks to Los Angeles Readers

I wanted to write a quick post to thank all the Daylight Atheism readers who were able to attend yesterday’s meetup in Pasadena. We got a great crowd together, and it was a thrilling experience to meet you all and to finally be able to match names with faces, and I’m greatly appreciative for the warmth, good company, and great conversation. (Plus, assembling at the restaurant and splitting the check turned out to be ridiculously easy. Who ever said that organizing atheists was like herding cats?)

I don’t know exactly when I’ll next be out on the West Coast, but this is something we’ll definitely have to do again. Maybe a New York City meetup would be a sensible next step – it would certainly involve less travel for me! Anyone out there who’s interested?

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  • James

    Take care, and be well. And thanks for everything, all of you. Can’t wait to do it again.

  • Tim

    Living near New Haven, Connecticut now. Let me know if your travels ever bring you here.

  • Mathew Wilder

    If you ever come to Minnesota, make sure you say something online. I’ll travel anywhere in the State to meet you (or even a nearby State probably)!

    Any other MN readers, btw? If there are, we should have our own get-together.

  • Thomas

    HeathenCon! I’m game, provided finances hold up.

  • Tommykey

    A New York meetup? But I already met you! Haha!

  • Pradeep

    Look forward to you visiting us down South. If you are ever in the Atlanta area, please do let us know. Drinks and dinner are always on me when you come down to the South!

  • p4limpsest

    If a NY meetup happens, I’d like to come out and meet some of the Daylight Atheism universe. If her work isn’t insane at the time, maybe my wife could come to. I live in Queens, so it would be pretty damn easy.

  • Nes

    I live in western Wisconsin, but I’m moving back to Minnesota soon. I’ll finally be back in a city with bus access, so I could visit the twin cities or something.

    Not that I’m all that interesting to talk to… I’d just end up sitting there the whole time listening to other people talk :-)

  • luke
  • PinoyHeathen

    I missed it! When and where is the next one?