Bye Bye Libertarian Pye

As many of you know, our own Jason Pye has decided it’s time to do this stuff full time.  He’s accepted a position with Terra Eclipse out of their Washington D.C. office.  He’ll be commuting for a while as he transitions to Sodom & Gomorrah our nation’s capitol.

Pye has been around here since the beginning of time, and will likley still be making occasional appearances.  Besides, no one here ever really goes away. Well, most don’t.

Anyway, we need to properly congratulate Mr. Pye on his position as well as thank him for his role here.  And, of course, we know of no better way to do this than to drink in public.

Save the date:  Friday, October 26th.  Location is being finalized but it will be Inside The Perimeter.  Figure 6:30 or 7:00ish.  Stop by and purchase Mr. Pye a beer, and tell him “well done, hipster”.  He’ll like that.  A lot.

And, of course, if you really want to, you can buy me a beer too.  After all, we look forward to seeing some of you.  Others, not so much.


  1. greencracker says:

    Jason Pye, not satisfied with being a Perimeter Insider goes to be a Beltway Insider. Well, yes I suppose Howard Roark prefers the big leagues too. Congrats Jason!!

  2. Obi's Sister says:

    The first time I met Jason was in the Blogger’s Lounge at CPAC ’11. About ten minutes later, he interviewed Herman Cain. Later, in the bar, we ran into each other again, just moments before the fateful event where Fausta spilled an entire glass of red wine on my pants and I had to walk past Allen West on the way to the restroom looking like a zombie, before zombies were cool. That CPAC.

    There was much more of Jason then. (Double congrats!)

    I will definitely be there.

    Hey, now we have a place to crash for next year, right? Hello? Bueller? Bueller?

  3. Trevor Southerland says:

    I went away from here, but then again, is lurking around the corner really going away?

    Anyway, my sincere congratulations to my ole’ friend Jason… I will work very hard to make sure I’m able to make it to wish him well on the 26th.

    Jason was a good boss, has continued to be a good friend, and has certainly proven the belief a few of us still hold that you can put people before politics.

    Besides, now we’ll all have a place to crash when in DC… right? 😉

  4. Spacey G says:

    This is too upsetting for me to deal with right now. Thing is, other than Saba maybe, we have no Ga. political new media pioneers coming-up behind the ’08 election cycle greats (of which I was den mother) to replace them when they all move upward and onward to DC, as did Shelby “Did I Mention I Really AM a Rocket Scientist” Highsmith. Or maybe I’m just too busy in the MSM mines again to have noticed any youngsters doing awesome Ga. social-indi-political media? Are there new media hustlers out there with cams and live blogs and blogs and podcasts, etc. that I’m not aware of? Doubtful.

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