Topic: Making Expedient vs. Principled Choices

NOTE: I am unavailable to host meetings on the 2nd and 4th Thursdays of June 2014, so we will meet on the 1st and 3rd Thursdays instead. We will resume with our normal 2nd and 4th Thursday schedule in July 2014.

"Making Expedient vs. Principled Choices" won the vote at our 5/22 meeting.

All members are encouraged to RSVP, but please do so as soon as possible since spots fill up quickly. 

Please make sure to RSVP only if you are able to attend since RSVPs are limited. If you RSVP, but need to change your plans, please make sure to come back to the meetup site to change your RSVP (at least 48 hours in advance of the meeting) to provide others with an opportunity to RSVP for this meetup.

We meet on the second level of the Barnes & Noble store, to the right of the cafe counter area in the back of the store (but not in the cafe itself). You will see a circle of folding chairs (and possibly a folding table) if you walk up to the cafe counter and then look to your right to the back wall of the store.

If all spots for the meeting have been taken, please put yourself on the "notify me" list. Since there has been a little confusion on how the "notify me" list works, here's a brief explanation: Spots are always filled on a first-come-first-serve basis. By putting yourself on the "notify me" list, you (as well as anyone else on the same list) will receive an email to inform you that a spot has opened up, but you still need to be the first person to RSVP for the spot in order to get it. Any member of the group can visit the group's site at any time before a meeting to RSVP for an open spot, but since most members only visit the group's site when they receive an email that announces a new meeting, being on the "notify me" list gives you an advantage since the entire membership is not notified via email when previously taken spots open up again.

I look forward to seeing you!


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  • Cobra0945

    Fighters, planners and altruistic wishers, are part of every society. Most societies have their own inherent differences, some are more fighters, they perpetuate their existence
    by the many wives and children to grow and become the new regimes of fighters, fighters that never need to change
    because of the inherent short life spans, killing at will.
    There are the societies that plan and perpetuate their existence with new technology and young generations of planners.
    to funnel and feed and create finances to reward the planners, as mechanical, intellectual and real property is massaged to assist the masses for the planners.The wishers are not needing to perpetuate their existence, they know time and space is their future they have been planners and fighters.The point of this is the co-existence of unending discussion on communication, the inability of groups of people to see eye to eye, or even
    a married couple in love, due to syntax errors, or the meaning of a word or phrase.

    June 20

  • JC

    Great thoughts and conversation tonight. Monica, Terry, and Ahmad I hope you join the regulars again. Warren is sure to keep us intertained!

    June 19

  • JC

    Lively!

    June 19

  • Monica

    Thank you, everyone, for being so nice to me, and for a very lovely evening! :) Monica

    June 19

  • Cobra0945

    Great to be in the presence of great minds again. Please be my guest at Diablo IONS this Friday at 7 at Unity Church on geary, we will work on our intuition. and food.

    June 19

  • Laurel

    I thought I changed my RSVP to "no" yesterday! I am so sorry! I would never want to be a no show.

    June 19

  • Cobra0945

    argh, Matey !

    June 6

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