[ANNOUNCE] February Social Meeting - Thursday the 8th of Feb, The Crosse Keys, Bank
adam at bimble.net
Thu Feb 8 08:47:23 GMT 2007
This is tonight. I'll be there early to grab some space but kicking
of from 1800 is the usual deal. I'll be the one looking a bit like
wearing a Shadows Fall t-shirt. Aim is to get close to the hand pumps
for to facilitate the aquisition of tasty ales.
Hope to see you tonight.
On 1/31/07, Simon Wistow <simon at thegestalt.org> wrote:
> It's February. Again! And after a month of freakish weather what better
> way to celebrate than to have not one but TWO london.pm meetings. The
> first is, of course, the not-officially-sanctioned-but-still-loved
> Heretics Meeting announced elsewhere but, in addation, you can saunter
> merrily on your way on Feb the 8th to The Crosse Keys in Bank.
> You don't even have to saunter. You can stroll, sashay, gavotte,
> foxtrot, march, hop, skip, jump, run, jog, powerwalk, roll or even
> Unfortunately I won't be able to make it. Again. Since I am yet again
> ensconced in California's sunny Bay Area attempting to work. If it makes
> you feel better than I shall have a sympathetic pint of what the
> Americans laughably call IPA later. On my own. Sob.
> Although, I note that it has Wireless provided by The Cloud so if
> anybody wants to set up a webcam then ....
> Have fun, my dear Mongers. I miss you and your adorable antics.
> Now the standard blurb ...
> Social meetings are a chance for people to meet up face to face for a
> quiet drink (alcoholic or not) A fair chunk of Perl is talked at the
> meetings, but also people who have no interest in the language often
> pop along to socialise. There's no charge to enter, no agenda, and we
> tend to think of it more as pleasant drinks rather than any serious
> People normally turn up after work, and many stay until closing time.
> Food is normally consumed at the pub by those wanting nourishment
> though sometimes small groups of people head off for food either
> during or after the meeting.
> On Gracechurch Street (which extends south from Bishopsgate) between
> the intersections with Cornhill/Leadenhall Street and
> Lombard/Fenchurch Street.
> By Tube
> Close to Bank, Monument and Cannon Street tubes. Within Walking
> distance of Liverpool Street, Moorgate, Mansion House and St Pauls,
> possibly even Fenchurch Street and Aldgate.
> By Bus
> Numbers: 8, 26, 35, 47, 48, 149, 242, 344 and 388 go down Bishopsgate
> and Gracechurch Street.
> 21, 43, 133, 141 go down King William Street which is nearby.
> The 25 goes down Cornhill/Leadenhall Street
> 40 goes down Fenchurch Street
Adam Auden - UNIX Metal Geek
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