Horseshoe 07 closing thoughts

5 November, 2007 (22:24) | Games, Life | By: Olivier

Although it was quite tiring, I’m really glad I attended Project Horseshoe.
Brian Moriarty gave a soulful, very personal speech that hit me hard and would by itself have been worth the trip. But Horseshoe was a lot more than that. Without disclosing any secret, I learned many things, met interesting people and made lots of new friends while having loads of fun.

I am very grateful.

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Comment from Teresa
Time January 27, 2008 at 8:34 pm

How’d you get into the U.S. without filing your fingerprints ;-)? Glad to see that things are going well, although I’m sad to hear that we won’t be hearing as many opinions from you!

Comment from Olivier
Time January 28, 2008 at 9:23 pm

Ack. Please don’t remind me of that disgusting event. My ears are still red with shame and anger at the thought.
It’s a disgrace we have to be fingerprinted and photographed to get into the US. And now Japan is starting to do the same…

As for my opinions, I have no doubt you’ll trick me into spilling my beans. I’ll need to be extra careful around you!

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