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post #16 of 35
Thanks for setting this up; it was nice to meet you all and have some great beer as well.
post #17 of 35
I'm Ben, on the left, in the navy DB blazer.
post #18 of 35
I'm next to Ben, in the hat.  
post #19 of 35
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I'm next to Ben, in the hat.  
I'm the 4th guy from the right of Dakota, just peeking over Nightowl. It was a good time, cool meeting everyone, hope to see more people come out next time. Eric
post #20 of 35
Thanks to everyone who attended and made it a fun evening.  (How late were you guys out, anyways?)  Special thanks to Chris for pushing the idea and to Nick for organizing.  I know there are at least an additional 5-6 regular to semi-regular SF posters who live in the DC area.  I look forward to meeting those who were unable to make Friday's dinner at future get-togethers. To answer PeterMetro's question, the SF members in the last photograph are, from left to right (usernames in parentheses): Ben (hopkins_student), Nick (modsquad), Chris (me), Chris (nightowl6261), Eric (Eric), Adrian (scnupe7), John (Mr. Checks), and Neil (RJMan).
post #21 of 35
It was great fun to meet everyone -- glad to meet fellow DC posters and hope we can do something similar again sometime, esp with those of us who could not make it.
post #22 of 35
i had no idea you guys were meeting up. did anyone try to organize an l.a. meeting i was unaware of? hopkins, now i understand why you want to live in pasadena.
post #23 of 35
I think it would be interesting for meetings to be held in other cities and for those pictures to be posted. I am curious to see the difference in clothes in the different cities. Notice the conservative (but very nice clothes) of D.C.; my guess is that you would not see the same styles worn to a L.A., NYC, or European gathering. Just a thought.....
post #24 of 35
Careful there GQ Lawyer, speaking only for myself, I had gone straight from work to the restaurant. If I had time to change you would have seen some funky shit. That being said, I also dress very conservatively at times and everyone was dressed very nice. I would like to say that I thought everyones shoes very standout to me, if only because I'm still stuck with square toed chuckers at the moment and was impressed with everyone elses shoes. I have disliked my old shoes for a while now, but after that night I have been pushed over the edge and I'm gonna have to get some decent shoes when I have the spare cash. Eric
post #25 of 35
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hopkins, now i understand why you want to live in pasadena.
How so? When I get to LA we'll have to have al LA get together.
post #26 of 35
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I think it would be interesting for meetings to be held in other cities and for those pictures to be posted.  I am curious to see the difference in clothes in the different cities. Notice the conservative (but very nice clothes) of D.C.; my guess is that you would not see the same styles worn to a L.A., NYC, or European gathering.  Just a thought.....
I don't think I was dressed conservatively.
post #27 of 35
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How so?  When I get to LA we'll have to have al LA get together.
you have more of a pasadena look (blonde hair, navy blazer). if you walk around like that in echo park you're asking for trouble. congratulations on usc, you'll love it there.
post #28 of 35
A SF gathering around NYC would be pretty cool. There seems to be a greater spread in ages and incomes though... still, I wouldn't mind meeting the people behind their screen names. So far, I think I've met around 5-6 people in person, split between the two forums.
post #29 of 35
Maybe at SF NYC meeting at OldSkool's massage parlor?
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oldskool Group: Members Posts: 157 Joined: Sep. 2004 Location:  Posted: Mar. 20 2005,22:51     -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- It was a Korean massage on 30th betw. 7th & 8th, north side of the street, mid-block.  1:15min table shower, rub & tug... great rub though... Highly suggest. Clean, nice, steam room, etc.   $80 + tip.  24/7
post #30 of 35
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Adrian, the man
who is this guy?  he looks like Michael Jace from The Shield.
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