Thursday 3rd January 2013

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Thursday 3rd January 2013

Post by AHB » 00:29 Sat 22 Dec 2012

I will be working on London on Thursday 3rd January. Is anyone interested in an informal offline that night?
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Re: Thursday 3rd January 2013

Post by jdaw1 » 17:58 Sun 23 Dec 2012

Sorry, not available. But willing to do the usual.

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Re: Thursday 3rd January 2013

Post by DRT » 09:05 Mon 24 Dec 2012

Sorry, I'm not in London that week.
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Re: Thursday 3rd January 2013

Post by WS1 » 09:18 Mon 24 Dec 2012

Hi Alex,

am in London and diary looks fine so far. What do you have as a theme in mind?

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Re: Thursday 3rd January 2013

Post by AHB » 15:01 Mon 24 Dec 2012

Probably the same sort of theme as you are having with Dr Dirk - bring a bottle wrapped in foil.
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Re: Thursday 3rd January 2013

Post by AHB » 10:09 Mon 31 Dec 2012

WS1 wrote:Hi Alex,

am in London and diary looks fine so far. What do you have as a theme in mind?

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Wolfgang, it looks like it will be just the two of us. If you're happy with this. I'll bring something nice with me, but in a half bottle since we'll both want to leave fairly early.
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Re: Thursday 3rd January 2013

Post by jdaw1 » 10:56 Mon 31 Dec 2012

Placemats could be made, if wanted. Would they be wanted?

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Re: Thursday 3rd January 2013

Post by WS1 » 11:10 Mon 31 Dec 2012

Hi Alex,

this is fine by me; will do the same.

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Re: Thursday 3rd January 2013

Post by jdaw1 » 12:29 Mon 31 Dec 2012

Placemat question: Bung Hole?

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Re: Thursday 3rd January 2013

Post by AHB » 13:53 Mon 31 Dec 2012

Placemats would be lovely please.

We will meet at the Bunghole. I will book us a table on Tuesday.
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Re: Thursday 3rd January 2013

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Re: Thursday 3rd January 2013

Post by WS1 » 21:52 Mon 31 Dec 2012

looks OK to me
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Re: Thursday 3rd January 2013

Post by AHB » 09:51 Tue 01 Jan 2013

And to me. Thank you.
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Re: Thursday 3rd January 2013

Post by AHB » 00:19 Sun 06 Jan 2013

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