Traveling through the Republic of Texas toward the Future

Today I drove down the center of The Republic of Texas (from my headquarters in Fort Worth) to Austin to see William Gibson’s forthcoming appearance tonight at one big Barnes & Noble, the Arboretum one.

Newsweek poll says 52% of Republicans probably or definitely believe President Obama wishes to impose Islamic law

Welcome to the Republic of Texas, Gibson! :S

I stopped by the Czechoslovakian embassy to the Republic, got two kolaches (strawberry & blueberry) and a Reuben, then checked out the communiques:

L to R: Got Beer?; How Are You; Give Me A Kiss For Beer

Dispatches from Czech Diplomats

Now that I’m here, I’m gonna get some work done while I wait, or maybe just socialize (speaking of the billboard above). If any of y’all out there in Twitter cyberspace are also in here in meatspace, or otherwise want to participate, hashtag this event #AustinGD!

Top center of the building!

Some guy supposed to show up for a wedding?

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#1 Glenn Greenwald at Midwestern State University in Wichita Falls on Reforming US Foreign Policy — Babel Krieg on 04.27.11 at 9:31 pm

[…] Falls and MWSU are small places (city population about 100k, university students about 6500) in the Republic of Texas, roughly 3 hours away from the Dallas – Fort Worth metroplex. These days the Republic is […]

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