[ANNOUNCE] London.pm - Feb '08 - Meeting

Greg McCarroll greg at mccarroll.org.uk
Tue Feb 5 20:40:23 GMT 2008

This is this thursday, come along there will be debate, beer, food
and balloon animals (subject to availability, and the availability
may be 0 balloon animals).


On Tue, Jan 22, 2008 at 02:51:34PM +0000, Greg McCarroll wrote:
> Dear Monger,
> It seems that February is nearly here and I've had to reach for my
> electronic pencil quicker than a daily mail reader might do to write
> a letter of complaint about common law marriage couples getting 
> preferential mortgage rates.
> Anyway we have a date (7/2/2008) and a location ...
>  http://london.randomness.org.uk/wiki.cgi?Shooting_Star%2C_E1_7JF
> All hail our glorious pub minion Kake and feel free to buy her cidah
> and update the above website with reviews good and bad. 
> I've been to this pub as part of the exploration party and the beer
> was good and the food was definetly worth a mention.
> Ash took a shot of the sausage, mash and york. pudding I ordered and
> it was as tasty as it looks ...
>  http://flickr.com/photos/slayeh/2199095541/
> Heres the standard blurb ...
> Social meets are a chance for the various members of the group to meet
> up face to face and chat with each other about things - both Perl and
> non Perl - and newcomers are more than welcome. The monthly meets tend to
> be bigger than the other ad hoc meetings that take place at other times
> and we make sure that they're in easy to get to locations and the pub
> serves food (meaning that people can eat in the bar if they want to.)
> They normally start around 6.30pm (or whenever people get there after
> work) and a group tends to be left come closing time.
> If you're a new comer or other first timer (even if you've been lurking
> on the mailing list or on IRC) then please seek me out - we have a
> tradition that the leader of this motley crew buys the new people a
> drink (alcoholic or not, either's fine) and introduce them to people.
> **
> I'll reply to this message if nobody else does with a list of nearby
> stations and bus routes, however in the spirit of Perl Mongers 2.0
> feel free to do it yourself as I'm sure it will lead to geeky 
> conversations and a lot of you know more about public transport than
> i do.
> G.

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