This Sunday, 25 May, is Towel Day, a day of remembrance for Douglas Adams, a man of incredible empathy and height who is chiefly remembered as the author of The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy series.
I found out today that there will be an event in Portland celebrating Towel Day with live music and Vogon poetry readings. I love live music and hate Vogon poetry (as does everyone else, including Vogons) and yet even so, I shall be there.
It starts around 8 PM at the Mt. Tabor Legacy.
Also, I think an ex-girlfriend’s (possibly-ex-)boyfriend’s band is playing there. Even that won’t keep me from attending. I may have to consume large amounts of alcohol in order to be as obnoxious as possible towards the gentlebeing.