Dear Eyebeam, Where’s my Sausage Party?

by Art Fag City on March 31, 2010 · 5 comments Events

POST BY PADDY JOHNSON

We’ve often thought to ourselves, “If only there was a website that analyzed my facebook events and told me in advance whether I’d be attending a sausage party.” Maybe it could include some kind of nifty sausage graphic — say a greyed out counter in which sausage icons would light up one by one as the percentage of possible dude rose.

Thanks to Eyebeam’s Aaron Meyers (with the help of Steve Lambert), this long dream of ours over at AFC is now realized with sausageparty.info. Only one complaint: Our sausageocity ratings are very low.  All we’ve got to look forward to is an event billed as educational/office hours called BBQ AND A VERY FUN TIME ON THE ROOF, and even this received only four out five sausages. Can you fix this?

  • kalalaucallalily

    eyebeam — strange — it has me think of a friend who’d been involved in the stages of eyebeam’s development. haven’t heard from him since i’ve been busy with the most pathetic project ever in my life, and it leaves one wondering if he passed away AIDS complications. michael musto wrote something about sausages the other day, but my only experience with sausage in new york these days, is knowing that they’re flaccid. like a gathering of immature and snickering adolescents, one steps back and recognizes the recent history from 60’s-90’s and now, you don’t even have to shine a spotlight to recognize why ground zero is still a mud pit. it’s called spine … and it’s flaccid like the cock in new york these days. but, thanks for the hospitality — who knew that a subway token was generosity in some circles??

  • kalalaucallalily

    eyebeam — strange — it has me think of a friend who’d been involved in the stages of eyebeam’s development. haven’t heard from him since i’ve been busy with the most pathetic project ever in my life, and it leaves one wondering if he passed away AIDS complications. michael musto wrote something about sausages the other day, but my only experience with sausage in new york these days, is knowing that they’re flaccid. like a gathering of immature and snickering adolescents, one steps back and recognizes the recent history from 60’s-90’s and now, you don’t even have to shine a spotlight to recognize why ground zero is still a mud pit. it’s called spine … and it’s flaccid like the cock in new york these days. but, thanks for the hospitality — who knew that a subway token was generosity in some circles??

  • kalalaucallalily

    eyebeam — strange — it has me think of a friend who’d been involved in the stages of eyebeam’s development. haven’t heard from him since i’ve been busy with the most pathetic project ever in my life, and it leaves one wondering if he passed away AIDS complications. michael musto wrote something about sausages the other day, but my only experience with sausage in new york these days, is knowing that they’re flaccid. like a gathering of immature and snickering adolescents, one steps back and recognizes the recent history from 60’s-90’s and now, you don’t even have to shine a spotlight to recognize why ground zero is still a mud pit. it’s called spine … and it’s flaccid like the cock in new york these days. but, thanks for the hospitality — who knew that a subway token was generosity in some circles??

  • http://greggevans.net Gregg

    I really thought my sausage rating would higher, but I’m only attending two sausagefests in the coming weeks and one of them is a friend’s apartment hunt. I AM A MAN IN CRISIS!

  • http://greggevans.net Gregg

    I really thought my sausage rating would higher, but I’m only attending two sausagefests in the coming weeks and one of them is a friend’s apartment hunt. I AM A MAN IN CRISIS!

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