Dinner in SF Oct 31?

Mike Masnick mike@techdirt.com
Fri, 26 Oct 2001 09:24:25 -0700


I second the "stay away" request.  I've been through the
"SF-Halloween-wackiness-central" mess enough times already that I really
have no desire to go back anywhere near it...  And, it is a pain to get to.
 I'd much rather go somewhere that's a bit less insane (with a bit more
parking).

 -Mike

At 03:20 AM 10/26/01 -0700, James Hong wrote:
>That place is so unbearably packed, staying away makes more sense IMO.. plus
>it's harder to get there for those of us who don't live in the city, and
>would have to park far away and muni in..
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>cheers,
>james
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>----- Original Message -----
>From: "Gordon Mohr" <gojomo@usa.net>
>To: <fork@xent.com>
>Sent: Friday, October 26, 2001 12:26 AM
>Subject: Re: Dinner in SF Oct 31?
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>> I'm in; a resaurant near SF-Halloween-wackiness-central (i.e. the
>> Castro) might make sense.
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>> - Gordon
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>> ----- Original Message -----
>> From: "Clay Shirky" <clay@shirky.com>
>> To: <fork@xent.com>
>> Sent: Thursday, October 25, 2001 11:52 AM
>> Subject: Dinner in SF Oct 31?
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>> > In a dizzying display of bad timing, I will be in SF for the day
>> > on...Halloween.
>> >
>> > Nevertheless, I'd love to have dinner with any FoRKers in the area,
>> > even if it means early dinner before you all go off to your fabulous
>> > costume parties dressed as Field Programmable Gate Arrays and
>> > Non-Integer Bases. (I hear Mark Baker's going to get dressed up as a
>> > Remote Procedure Call, in order to frighten his kids...)
>> >
>> > I know its a long shot -- any takers?
>> >
>> > -clay
>> >
>> >
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