<p>Several months ago I wrote someone on <a href="http://seattle.craigslist.org/">Craigslist</a> about a listing for free composting worms. I was too late, though. Someone had gotten them already. Then a couple weeks ago I got an email from her again saying she had more and if I still wanted some I could have them.</p>

<p>So I called her up and work it out to meet up with her. Then on the day I was supposed to meet her, I was going to be later. So I asked Brooke to go by this girl's house in Capitol Hill since both  Brooke and Lauren (the girl with the worms) lived in that area. But Brooke was a couple hours away and couldn't.</p>

<p>Then I rescheduled to come by her house after <a href="http://seattlerb.org/">nerd party</a> on Tuesday. Since her house was ride around the corner from <a href="http://maps.google.com/maps?f=q&amp;hl=en&amp;q=321+Broadway,+Seattle,+WA&amp;sll=47.642723,-122.330017&amp;sspn=0.22715,0.466919&amp;ie=UTF8&amp;ll=47.605266,-122.32079&amp;spn=0.007104,0.014591&amp;z=16&amp;iwloc=addr&amp;om=1">Vivace</a>, Evan and I walked over to her house. This is where it gets weeeird.</p>

<p>I thought "this seems familiar..." The boy that answered the gate was named Benji. Then it hits me. Brooke lives here! Turns out Lauren is Brooke's housemate and I had asked Brooke to go to her house to pick up the worms.</p>

<p>As I was reaching for the gate handle to open it, someone on the other side opened it and lo and behold it was Brooke! Weeeird...</p>

<p>A couple weeks before that Emily and I went to the <a href="http://www.myspace.com/waywardcafe">Wayward Cafe Bike Collective</a> to start work on her new bike (which is gonna be sweet). I was wearing my tshirt that I made that says "<a href="http://theresistancearmy.com/" rel="me">The revolution is just a t-shirt away</a>." When Joel (the collective volunteer that day) showed and saw my shirt he said "I was on <a href="http://theresistancearmy.com/" rel="me">the website for that shirt</a> last night."</p>

<p>What? How'd you find it?</p>

<p>"I don't know. I was just killing time on the internet and I stumbled across the tshirt site somehow."</p>

<p>No. Seriously, how'd you get there? What was the link that sent you there?</p>

<p>"I don't know. You know how it goes sometimes... I was looking at some bike on craigslist, I clicked on the pictures that took me to <a href="http://flickr.com/photos/veganstraightedge/sets/72157600084026699/" rel="me">flickr</a>. Then I was looking at <a href="http://flickr.com/photos/veganstraightedge/sets/72157600084026699/" rel="me">these other pictures</a> and there was a link to the <a href="http://theresistancearmy.com/" rel="me">tshirts</a>. I guess it's based out of Seattle."</p>

<p>I know it's me!</p>

<p>"Whoa. Whoa! Whoa!..."</p>

<p>That's the bike.</p>

<p>"Whoa. Whoa! Whoa!..."</p>


<p>It was really pretty bizarre. I had just put up both that craigslist posting and the <a href="http://theresistancearmy.com/" rel="me">tshirt</a> site. Crazy.</p>