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Re: OT-Humor & meals

  • Subject: Re: [iris-talk] OT-Humor & meals
  • From: RYFigge@aol.com
  • Date: Tue, 7 May 2002 08:59:00 EDT

The Geek dinner was good, in fact, the best Geek dinner we have had IM not so 
And George Sutton could adopt another profession!  He's a fantastic 
auctioneer and could charm the bids out  any hardened auction-goer!  I think 
he even had people bidding agaist themselves!  In fact there is still another 
profession for him he's an entertainer!  And the objets d'art were worth 
having, too!
 The few hotel meals I had were better than some years,, except the 
vegetables were not hot (in temp.) but that is a failing in most restaurants, 
and I have learned to say (when I remember) "Be SURE the vegetables are hot!)
AND I don't see how anyone could fault the Awards Banquet meal!  It was 
superb.  I personally would have preferred icecream with chocolate sauce for 
the dessert. But the cake - for both banquets, more or less the same - was 
passable and I realize it was easier for the kitchen to have the table laid 
and not have to rush a melting dessert to the tables.   Not sure this is 
humor, so goodbye.  Rosalie nr Baltimore zone 7  ryfigge @aol.com

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