I certainly agree that White Noise Day was the most fun and definitely the most interesting "culminating event", but after watching everyones interviews the day seemed to lose its purpose. The interviews were usually funny, there were definitely some very insightful responses, but the majority of interviews seemed to not go in the direction anyone intended.
This problem might also just be a part of what White Noise Day is all about. When you look at little pieces of White Noise, the individual quotes, everything seems ridiculous or out of place. Many of the interviews of people who have not read White Noise made that point more than obvious by having vastly different interpretations of the quotes from the discussions we had in class.
Overall I think White Noise Day is a hard concept to pull of and the purpose could easily be lost, but looking back on the discussion we had in my class, everything that I think may have hindered the purpose just went to support it.