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Knit like an Outlaw Day part 2.
(Why part 2? Those lucky Canadians already had their Turkey day of Thanks.)
Over at Outlaw Knitters we've decided to take over *one of the busiest shopping days of the year and knit in public. Yes, knit in line while waiting for a cheap wii at Best Buy. Wait for the hot toy of the year at 4 am with a scarf for Nana in hand. Don't waste time! Knit ladies, and gentlemen, knit!! I think Hanukkah is early this year! Just checked the calendar, the chosen people are hosed this year, it starts December 5th!
Me, what am I doing? I'm going to be an Extreme Outlaw. Yep. I plan to get up at 4 am, pack my knitting bag, a lawn chair, a flashlight, or head lamp, and a camera crew.
Yep, I'm going to ask my professional photographer friend if she will don her mighty black beret and go on photo mission to piss off shoppers with me.
I want to queue up at Best Buy, Target, Circuit City, and just take up space, and have my photographer take photos. But not buy anything. Heeheehee.
But I am sure I would be willing to stop the crazy around say 10-11 to get some coffee? Somewhere nowhere near Westnedge or the evil of consumerism?
Oh, I'd like to add that the day after Thanksgiving may have been my idea. Ok, I wanted the whole weekend to be dedicated to evil knitting deeds
What Is An Outlaw Knitter?
*don't argue with me, it has been losing ground, trust me on this one and don't piss me off. I decided to move furniture today in anticipation for holiday cheer in the form of holiday tree and now my back hurts worse than it did than when I slide tackled Pig 2 and held him down for his flu shot, so really, don't start. Besides, me and cheer don't really mix unless you had me something rummy so, yeah.