Saturday, December 18, 2010

Ambiguous Day 2010

I'm glad to see someone is celebrating Ambiguous Day this year. Check it out:

In order to promote ambiguity, I have removed the signature
In case you haven't heard of it, Ambiguous Day comes toward(s) the end of the year. It's sort of a celebration, sort of a memorial. What do you do for Ambiguous Day? You can fast or feast or do neither. You can light brightly colored lights or candles or matches or a lighter or a flashlight, though it is recommend that you turn off or extinguish them at some point. Conversely, it might be fun to hang out in the dark all day. If you send cards, it is best to send them to your closest friends and complete strangers. You can find strangers in a telephone book, which might be found in your house (if you are old-fashioned) or at a payphone somewhere nearby. Perhaps on your way to the payphone you could just give out cards to whomever you meet. It's really all up to you. Just don't do the same thing every year.

If you want to learn more, you can go to the meeting next week in the afternoon at that place. Tell them you heard about it on the internet. Enjoy!

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