I'm surprised that as many things happened right as they did.
Rohit, we really need to write up the world adventures as chronicled in
the green books sometime...
> From Michelle.Gardner@kp.org Fri May 9 11:05:03 1997
> To: "'adam'" <email@example.com>
> Your plan was much better and didn't hit any snags like this one did!
> >Man gives engagement ring to wrong woman
> >BOULDER, Colo. (May 9) -- It was the right diamond ring, the right
> >box of chocolates, but the wrong woman.
> >Chuck Lehman's perfectly planned proposal took a wrong turn at a
> >Boulder restaurant, when a waiter delivered an engagement ring to the
> >wrong table -- and another woman left with it.
> >Lehman had tucked the ring into a box of Godiva chocolates and
> >arranged for the waiter to deliver it to his soon-to-be fiancee.
> >Trouble is, they switched tables and the waiter didn't get the word.
> >Lehman's girlfriend was facing the table where the chocolates were
> >delivered and watched, unaware of the plan, as the woman tried on the
> >ring for size. Lehman's back was to the table, so he didn't know.
> >The other couple paid their bill and left -- with the ring. Sheriffs
> >used a credit card receipt to track down the couple, who said they
> >thought it was just costume jewelry. They returned the ring.
> >The story has a happy ending: Lehman's girlfriend said "yes."
Personally, I lasted about a week in New York. My new motto is "Fuck
'em. If they could run faster they'd still be alive."
-- Duck, on his decision to become carnivorous