After the war, my father worked on a fire lookout station in a remote forest in Oregon. He called my mother on the (public) government phone line, asking her to marry him. Thank goodness she said yes because he took quite a ribbing from those on other lookouts who could not help but hear him. Fast forward to today’s google world where clever Michael Weiss-Malik involved his comrades in a much more public way to propose. What a romantic Me2We method. Sort of a less permanent version of roof shouts. Thanks Simone at Laughing Squid. Here’s to more location-based collaboration and fun.
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