Ok, well, note to self: Stay away from pointless writer’s conferences then.
Honestly, I think most people of a certain bent are always looking for an excuse to drink…
But if infidelity is on the table – you got bigger issues that you need to deal with.
(Not that any of that kind of thing went on at a Cato Institute conference.)
“Summer of 1970” sounds like the title of an Eagles song, if I am being honest.
Most of the various writer’s conferences that I’ve attended involved lots of drinking and as much infidelity as the participants can squeeze in. The epic conference at Hollins in the summer of 1970 didn’t vary from that model—it’s just that there were more people involved than you usually find at such gatherings.