Cynthia's in town, what to do? (Mon 12 Mar 12)

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Re: Cynthia's in town, what to do? (Mon 12 Mar 12)

Post by jdaw1 » 11:55 Mon 12 Mar 2012

There has been a failure to book the Bung Hole. The function room is is use until 20:30; and there is a multi-team quiz night in the area that includes table 6.

So we’ll be at tables near the bar. First to arrive to take charge and make competent executive decisions.

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Re: Cynthia's in town, what to do? (Mon 12 Mar 12)

Post by AHB » 12:35 Mon 12 Mar 2012

I can confirm attendance and hope to arrive nearer 6 than 7. I decanted at 11:30 and found the selected port to be not too shabby.

As an alternative to BH, should we attempt to relocate to TSE or to TCP?
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Re: Cynthia's in town, what to do? (Mon 12 Mar 12)

Post by jdaw1 » 13:17 Mon 12 Mar 2012

AHB wrote:As an alternative to BH, should we attempt to relocate to TSE or to TCP?
To be courteous to TBH, we would have to decide very swiftly. You have no chance of a consensus in time. So either appoint yourself dictator, seize ancient powers, and do what you think right. Or leave it.

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Re: Cynthia's in town, what to do? (Mon 12 Mar 12)

Post by jdaw1 » 13:21 Mon 12 Mar 2012

My plans have changed. Now I am likely to be on time, or approximately so.

And I will leave printed placemats at TBH.

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Re: Cynthia's in town, what to do? (Mon 12 Mar 12)

Post by Deleted_User_1 » 14:33 Mon 12 Mar 2012

jdaw1 wrote:My plans have changed. Now I am likely to be on time, or approximately so.

And I will leave printed placemats at TBH.
I have printed placemats as per my previous post... :x

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Re: Cynthia's in town, what to do? (Mon 12 Mar 12)

Post by jdaw1 » 16:02 Mon 12 Mar 2012

Didn’t know if I you had yet printed hence my posting as soon as I had done so.

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Re: Cynthia's in town, what to do? (Mon 12 Mar 12)

Post by RAYC » 16:12 Mon 12 Mar 2012

I'm back on - making the 3min commute home now to decant - i'll see you at 8ish.
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Re: Cynthia's in town, what to do? (Mon 12 Mar 12)

Post by RAYC » 16:14 Mon 12 Mar 2012

Where has the edit feature gone...?

I meant also to say - i won't be drinking heavily but please save me a small glass of each.
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Re: Cynthia's in town, what to do? (Mon 12 Mar 12)

Post by Cynthia J » 17:49 Mon 12 Mar 2012

Cynthia's middle letter is H Sorry to hear RAYC will be late and Jacob trapped in the midlands (shudder).


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Re: Cynthia's in town, what to do? (Mon 12 Mar 12)

Post by jdaw1 » 21:09 Tue 20 Mar 2012

The parameters for the placemats have been posted in the thread Parameters for the placemat software.

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