paul at iconoplex.co.uk
Wed Jun 18 11:35:22 BST 2003
On Tue, Jun 17, 2003 at 02:30:13PM +0100, MAWDSLEY, Adrian wrote:
> How about a 1:30 and a 7:30 then we can all have a good ol' time. Plus the
> early birds who grab train etc won't be hanging around and those you like to
> take things leisurely can join us in the evening
The ones who go to the 1:30 are likely to be lightly sozzled by 7:30. In
fact, if I turn up for 1:30 I'll probably want to go home by 8:00. :-) And I
(as many will tell you) do not shy away from beer easily - I'm a heavy
drinker, but even I think this might be... tricky...
If all parties were willing, we could just hold the whole thing
mid-afternoon and let it go on until it dies....
> Steve Roome told me this morning that he'd be at the station at 1pm,
> because "Satan will be at the station for 1300 and needs directions".
Satan can get a taxi, surely? That's my plan at any rate...
> Go figure ;^) Personally I doubt I'll make it that early.
Me too. I'm travelling on wonderful Virgin trains, so have no idea what time
I'll turn up. I'll guess 2-3pm.
> I should probably also mention that Dempsey's does not have a beer garden,
Even though it's not too sunny at the moment, the BBC has on a 4-day
forecast that indeed, it should be sunny in Cardiff on Saturday. However,
we're coders. We're supposed to hate the sun. I want to drink in a basement
without windows and where the ambient temperature is 4C. It'll remind me of
a machine room. :-)
> do arrive early in the day may wish to go somewhere else during the day, so
> perhaps we should arrange two meeting times, one for the afternoon and
Which other pub were you thinking of? Can I suggest either somewhere near
the station or somewhere near Dempsey's to make it easy for people to find
the early-bird crowd?
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