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From: Patrick Dersjant <patrick@lspace.org>
Subject: [ANNOUNCE][F] 4th Annual Dutch Videomeet 20-01-2001
Date: Wed, 27 Dec 2000 08:28:41 +0100
Message-ID: <978020662.afpa@squeamish.osifrage.net>

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Hi there,

this is to announce the 4th annual Dutch Videomeet, which will happen on 
Saturday, the 20th of January 2001. The video that will be shown is 
'Johnny and the dead', which is unfortunately the last Pratchett video 
that hasn't been shown on a videomeet yet. Hurry up, Mr Gilliam, there's 
people waiting!

The program looks like follows:

In total breach of tradition, we *won't* assemble at the North End 
English pub in Leiden. Instead, I'll expect people to show up at my place 
around 3.30pm - 4pm. From there on, we'll walk (weather permitting) to a 
nearby pancake restaurant to have dinner, then walk back to view the 
video.

Please mail me if you want to attend, so I can make arrangements (space 
in the living room), and other arrangements (reservations for dinner).

As this coincides with the fifth anniversary of dutch AFP-Meets (first 
one having been on January 16th, 1996), I am planning this on making it a 
bit special. Bubbly stuff will be provided, as will non-bubbly stuff. If 
you think you know something suitable to bring[1], let me know, and bring 
it!

Patrick
[1] inflatable palm trees inexplicably come to mind...
- -- 
"If you need to find a good pub in London follow people 
 wearing Debian shirts. It works, it really does." 
                            - Alan Cox, Diary, July 8th

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