What A Speak Easy Means

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Unfortunately, the term “speak easy” is used too frequently and with errant connotation. I’ve seen a bar in New Jersey that calls itself a Speak Easy. The bar seats thousands, has a website (complete with photos of party-goers and the bar’s address) and offers Beer Pong. So much for anonymity and subversiveness. One of the rules of entrance to my SP parties is that attendees may report about the event in their blogs etc, but can not use names. Auntie showed me this very helpful article in the New York Times today that fits our modus operandi. I’m sure all of my readers read the NYT, but if not – check out “Don’t Call. Don’t Write. Let Me Be”. We highly recommend it to everyone wishing to remain incognito. [A great list of “Opt Out” resources]

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~ by Cybel Martin on January 21, 2007.

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