Hey Seattle Failers and GraphJam Fans!
Can’t get enough of FAIL Blog and GraphJam? Then join the Cheezburger clan and the Seattle Humane Society as we celebrate the book launches of FAIL Nation: A Visual Romp through the World of Epic Fails and GRAPH OUT LOUD. The books go on sale on October 6th but we’ll have an exclusive pre-sale sneak peek for our Seattle fans on October 1st at The Great Nabob (819 5th Avenue North) in Lower Queen Anne from 5:00 pm-8:00 pm.
It’s free to attend and there will be plenty of drinks, cheezburgers, as well as a video and camera to capture any and all FAILS of the night! Also, be sure to participate in the GRAPH OUT LOUD contest where you can win a cool video camera.
And of course we can’t forget about the cats! Be sure to bring 2 cans of cat food for the Seattle Humane Society’s Pet Food Bank and you’ll get a free drink ticket!
You don’t have to be over 21 to attend – everyone is invited! Space is limited so be sure to RSVP. And, if you decide to bail, please remove your name so that someone else can join in on the fun.
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The Cheezburger Network & Seattle Humane Society
Cheezburger is one of the largest blog networks in the world where more than 10 million people come every month to get 5 minutes of laughter. With 200 million page views per month, the Cheezburger network of more than 25 blogs including I Can Has Cheezburger, FAIL Blog, GraphJam, Emails From Crazy People, and There, I Fixed It is quickly becoming the new Internet media empire. Every day, more than 10,000 photos and videos are submitted and page views are growing at an annual clip of 300%. In addition to the blogs, a Cheezburger inspired book spent 13 weeks on the New York Times bestseller list during the winter of 2008. In the fall of 2009, three more books will be released – ICHC: How to Take Over Teh Wurld, FAIL Nation, and Graph Out Loud.
The Seattle Humane Society's Pet Food Bank distributes over four tons of donated pet food each month to low-income seniors and people with disabilities. We feed around 1,200 pets per month, delivering the food to clients at over 30 senior centers, food banks and sometimes directly to the houses of those who are homebound. People shouldn't have to choose between feeding themselves and feeding their pets - with the Pet Food Bank, they don't have to.