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From: "An~ejo" <kharanth@hotmail.com>
Newsgroups: alt.fan.pratchett.announce,alt.fan.pratchett,alt.books.pratchett
Subject: [ANNOUNCE][F] Meet Inna Queueueueue!  Git Your Meet Inna London Queueueueueue! (7 November)
Date: Mon, 02 Nov 1998 18:48:07 GMT
Message-ID: <19981102.184807.34@afawcett.demon.co.uk>

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Seeing as a certain Mr Fantastic Writer OBE Sir, Official OFiaH[1], is
kindly ensuring the presence of large numbers of afpers in London on
Saturday, I thought it would be a perfect opportunity to hold a Meet
Inna Queueueueueue.

And seeing as nobody was kind enough to organise it for me when I 
'suggested' it, I think it's up to me.  So here goes <ahem>:

On Saturday, November 7, there will be a Meet Inna Queueueueueue at
the Forbidden Planet Bookshop, 71 New Oxfrod Street.  Seeing as the
signing starts at 12.30pm[2] it would seem vaguely afpropriate to
begin gathering at about noon-ish, in the vicinity of the
Queueueueueueue.[3]

At the point when Mr Fantastic Writer OBE Sir, Official OFiaH[1] is 
exhausted, the meet may well adjourn to The Angel, which has been 
suggested by the ppint. as a reasonable imbibing establishment.

Current attendees include: Me.  ::sniff::  I'm feeling lonely already.
Please e-mail me if you're planning on attending so I can get some idea
of how unpopular I am <g>.

An~ejo

[1] Is that everything?
[2] Allegedly
[3] Hence the name!  I'm dead clever, me.



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