Getting together and the Conference in New Orleans

I really enjoyed spending a little time with a couple of Drug WarRant readers this weekend in Chicago.
I’m hoping to be able to spend time with more of you in December at the 2007 International Drug Policy Reform Conference in New Orleans. (As a major fan of food spending time in a place like New Orleans, I’ll be particularly interested in doing some restaurant exploration.)
I’ll be presenting a workshop on “Elevator Arguments” with David Guard on Friday, December 7 at 4:30 pm.
I’ve also got three students from the local chapter of SSDP attending, with some generous scholarship assistance.
A financial note: It’ll cost me about $900 to go to the conference (registration, hotel and transportation — not counting food!) even as a speaker. (I don’t mind, and I love the fact that so much effort has been made to make it affordable for students.)
The Google ads on this site have been doing quite well (about $100 per month) and completely cover my direct internet and blogging expenses, but they won’t begin to touch this expense. So if anyone’s looking for an excuse to make a contribution here, this would be a good reason. But only if you have extra — this won’t send me to the poor house or anything.

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