DramaFest 2007 Amsterdam a Mashing Success

Posted on November 19, 2007
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The Google Party Jet touched down a few hours ago on its return flight from Amsterdam. Congratulations to the new members of Drama’s Mile High Club.

I’m happy to report that the inaugural DramaFest conference was a huge hit (both literally and figuratively) and went down as smooth as the Stolichnaya vodka that was in seemingly unlimited supply. As I knew they would, all of our speakers showed up (Michael Arrington was even there early).

We did have a little drama on Friday, however, as authorities in Amsterdam where our party was to be held that evening. Fortunately, I have established a pleasant relationship with government officials in the Netherlands over the past several years and the party went on as scheduled. Drama Holdings S.A. has committed $1 million to a fund that will support the Yab Yum club in its fight against the baseless charges that have been leveled against its owners. I encourage all of my readers to write their male representatives in Congress about this issue of international importance.

I will be putting together a full write-up on DramaFest 2007 Amsterdam that I hope to have later this week but right now I must leave for my detoxification sessions and .

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One Response to “DramaFest 2007 Amsterdam a Mashing Success”

  1. Stanley Miller on November 19th, 2007 11:53 pm

    Sir, DixieTheDog had planned to attend but found herself preoccupied in the district’s more fringe mashup activities. While at DramaFest, she had hoped to paw copies of her motivational compilation, “Mini-Rock Opera for Entrepreneurs Vol 1″, into the attendee booty bags.

    “Keepin’ The Dream Alive”
    (A mini-rock opera for Entrepreneurs Vol. 1 –
    by DixieTheDog)

    1. Everybody Wants to Rule the World (Tears for Fears)
    2. Free Ride (Edgar Winter)
    3. Overkill (Men At Work)
    4. Don’t Stop Believin’ (Journey)
    5. New York Groove (Ace Frehley)
    6. Keeping The Dream Alive (Freiheit)

    ** Available individually through iTunes or (soon) as complete set from DixieTheDog.com **

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