[ANNOUNCE] London.pm June social - Thursday 5 June 2008

Greg McCarroll greg at mccarroll.org.uk
Tue Jun 3 07:10:15 BST 2008

Just a reminder, this is in 2 of your earth time units known as



Morbo: "Morbo will now introduce tonights candidates. Puny human
number one, puny human number two and Morbo's good friend Richard


Morbo: "Morbo demands an answer to the following question. If you saw
a delicious candy in the hands of a small child. Would you seize and
consume it?"
John Jackson: "Unthinkable."
Jack Johnson: "I wouldn't think of it."
Morbo: "What about you Mr. Nixon? I remind you. You are under a
Nixon: "Question is vague. You don't say what kind of candy and
whether anyone is watching. In any case I certainly wouldn't harm the

(Must stop now before overly long .sig plus top posting make puny
earthling mail geek minds explode)

On Wed, May 28, 2008 at 08:10:07PM +0100, Kake L Pugh wrote:
> Hello!  For the June social we're going back to the rather lovely Edgar
> Wallace, near Temple Station.  We have the function room upstairs all to
> ourselves.  So do come along, from 6:30pm on Thursday 5 June - that's a
> week tomorrow.
> Maps, more info, etc:
>   http://london.randomness.org.uk/wiki.cgi?Edgar_Wallace,_WC2R_3JF
> 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 Greg 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 introduces them to people.

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