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Beljum 2.0: Announce


From: Tom De Mulder <tomputer@lspace.org>
Newsgroups: alt.fan.pratchett.announce,alt.fan.pratchett,alt.books.pratchett
Subject: [ANNOUNCE] [F] Beljum 2.0 - You'd never guess it was a meet
Date: Mon, 25 May 1998 20:22:53 +0100
Message-ID: <484BEA6315%afpa-mod@lspace.org>


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- -- IMPORTANT --

The Belgian railroad timetables have all changed this weekend. People 
planning to come over (and I hope there's a lot of you) better check 
their connections again...

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		         - 30 May 1998 -
   Beljum 2.0 - You'd never guess it was a meet



To celebrate the joyous, nay, overwhelmingly exhilarant occasion of
Penny Parkin's visit to Beljum, some people have agreed to travel to 
this small European landpatch to divulge in an orgy copious amounts 
of drinking and, if possible, eating, and who know what else.

We'll get together in Brussels (an even smaller patch in the
previously mentioned small patch) and see where we go from there,
afterwards. The proposed meeting point is the Brussels South train
station (locally known as "Brussel Zuid" or "Midi"), where people will
wait at the cafe-thing near the Eurostar-terminal between 17h and
18h30.

Crash-space is abundantly available, as will be Guiness, Beljan 
beer, good food, some things I forgot, and lots of "ambiance"[1].




[1] As they say here. Sometimes.


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