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PostPosted: Thu Dec 03, 2009 1:29 pm 
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Let's do it! I'm up for any of the three weekends b4 xmas. Let's get ol' Cecil up here and force-feed him a margarita or two!

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Liv2Cod wrote:
Let's get ol' Cecil up here and force-feed him a margarita or two!


I have a feeling there will be no "forcing" Cecil to drink a margarita... :D

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Cecil, is there a day that works best for you?

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OK -- does this Sunday, December 13th at noon work for everyone?

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I'm in.

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OK -- what type of food do you want? Mexican? Indian? Something else? Let me know.

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If I were picking the place, I'd go for the Fiesta del Mar, Too again. I really like that place.

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Liv2Cod wrote:
If I were picking the place, I'd go for the Fiesta del Mar, Too again. I really like that place.

Sold -- we meet at Fiesta del Mar Too in downtown MV, followed by Peets and Fry's. Sounds like the same path as last time. See you at noon on Sunday.

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1. Lunch at Fiesta Del Mar Too on Villa St at noon.
2. Coffee at the Peets located ~4 blocks away.
3. Shopping trip to the Palo Alto Fry's.

Here's a link to the entire route.[/quote]

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marc.aronson wrote:
Liv2Cod wrote:
I'd go for the Fiesta del Mar, Too again.
we meet at Fiesta del Mar Too, followed by Peets and Fry's. .. same path as last time. .. noon on Sunday.
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Cool.. just too busy. See ya next time!
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Brian, sorry you won't make it.

Joe, see you at noon Sunday.

Marc

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Just saw this thread now. I live in Dublin, way out in the boonies of the east bay ;-) Between that & having small kids w/es are always tough but I thot I'd post to this thread so at least I'd be notified of future events...

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poflynn wrote:
I live in Dublin, way out in the boonies of the east bay ;-) Have fun guys

Welcome to the thread.. I'm in Danville, so we've got an "east bay contingent going" (I know a third guy that's in the Oakland hills .. and his father-in-law is up in El Cerito. Not sure that dad would attend, but we can ask!)

I had suggested a "Fry's Circuit" of gatherings around the Bay Area Fry's locations. Someone would just have to suggest a restaurant near the host Fry's. 8)


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OK, it sounds like it is time to set up another gathering. Would having the next event near the Fremont Fry's make it easier for the east-bay group?

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Sure. I'm ambidextrous. I can do Fremont just as easily as M.V./P.A.

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BluesBrian wrote:
Someone would just have to suggest a restaurant near the host Fry's. 8)


There's a sort of restaurant in Frys in Fremont, altho I've never actually walked in there. Might be an option?

Maybe pick up a new router while we're there ;-) I'm actually running the WRT320N with DDWRT at home, not sure I'd entirely recommend it tho, it gets bloody hot & DDWRT can be a slightly flaky (I had been blaming DDWRT all along but I have read of a few WRT310N-specific issues with DDWRT). Still, it works overall & I'm happy enough. This is a fantastic price.


Linksys WRT320N / WRT400N Refurbished $49.90
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