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Registration Table

Posted: Thu Jun 03, 2004 5:54 am
by Vesuvius
Ciao Lizzytysh,

You wrote you will be at the registration table? Will you let me sneak in?


Posted: Fri Jun 04, 2004 4:20 am
by lizzytysh
Ciao, Vesuvius! Seeking corruption in New York, eh? As much as I'd love to, and you know I would :wink: ; if you were to show up at the Registration table, I believe I'd just go into book-signing mode [on that one you've been sooooo wanting me to write :wink: ] and forget all about the Event!

Posted: Fri Jun 04, 2004 10:04 am
by Vesuvius
Ciao Lizzytysh!

I don't remember asking you to write a book. But it sounds like a good idea to me. I bet it would be a goood one!


Posted: Sat Jun 05, 2004 7:41 am
by lizzytysh
Oh, dear! Did I do an identity crossover? Was it Moonlight? I apologize for the mistaken identity, Vesuvius. I mean, how many cats in tuxes can there be!?! Ciao :D . Well, back to the drawing board for how to handle a contraband cat at a registration table, then :wink: .

Posted: Sat Jun 05, 2004 7:47 pm
by Moonlight
Sorry, wasn't me either.


Posted: Sun Jun 06, 2004 4:54 am
by lizzytysh
Aha! I think it must have been Tchocolatl. It was whoever explained the 'red shoes' thing with regard to Leonard's female stalker awhile back....then suggested I take off and write a book :wink: . Well, something to that effect :lol: . Thanks for the disclaimer, Moonlight. It narrows the field.

Posted: Sun Jun 06, 2004 6:37 am
by Vesuvius
Ciao Lizzytysh!

In New York, Get a computer or laptop. Immediately write reports to us. The way reporters write reports from the field. Or keep a dairy and post on the Forum each day. Good Idea!


Posted: Mon Jun 07, 2004 1:43 am
by lizzytysh
Ciao, Vesuvius ~

I have to believe I'm going to be soooo in non-computer mode; and trust that those who chagrin my presence here, will make full use of my time away :wink: For a variety of reasons, my time leading up to this Event has been rather stressful. I'm going to enjoy having nowhere I have to be, with nothing I have to do, and feeling free to simply enjoy.

There will be many accounts forthcoming, though probably not 'on-site' ones. I'll probably have my say amongst them. I think the quintessential comment has already been made, with regard to the Hydra Event. It was Michael Wolkind[? :? ] ~ or another man from the Newsgroup [please give me the correct name, if you know it] ~ who commented on being surprized[?] at the fact that people, upon meeting, did not immediately rush to their computers. That encompassed so many things, and will probably remain forever my favourite comment. I couldn't possibly hope to top it. However, as with each successive Event, there will be many renewing and strengthening friendships, as they come together once again. I look forward to watching that happen, as well.

Non-reporter from the field :wink: ,
Thanks for suggesting it though :lol: ,

Posted: Mon Jun 07, 2004 9:50 pm
by mickey_one
I remember saying that. You got the name right.

How sad I am that I can not attend this time. I was especially looking forward to the opening of the Event by the famous Cohen academic D. Niklow from Uzbekistan.