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TN Movie Meet-Up: Steeeeeeeeeve!

Submitted by on March 25, 2012 – 11:05 AM10 Comments

Thanks so much to everyone who came out for The Trouble With Bliss and post-movie pints — such fun to meet everyone and talk sports, stripper names, and more. And to that waywardly hilarious soul wailing "Steeeeeeeve!" after us down 1st Avenue: well done, friend. Running gag accepted.

Couch Baron pointed out moments after we filed out of Blue and Gold that we totally forgot to parcel out the freebies. Sorry! I'll do a random drawing this week and get you guys some swag. I will also award the $10 Amazon gift card, although I have to tell you that I'm leaning towards calling all the meet-ups "Steeeeeeeeeve!" for the rando factor alone.

Anyway: to all of you who made it out, thanks so much for supporting independent film (and domestic lager). For those of you we missed, I hope we'll see you next time, whether it's here or in another city.

Stay tuned for loot!

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