Skeptics in the Pub

Recently, HCCO was asked to coordinate Drinking Skeptically. Columbus has a long skeptic tradition, we stepped in to help keep that alive. The date and time have been moved, but we're open to feedback. Join us for dinner, drinks, coffee and conversation at our monthly Skeptic get together.

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  • Mike

    Sorry all
    Got cleaned up and ready to roll when the phone rang and I got called out. Ended up close enough to only be a little late to the how not to die event. Went in uniform but I went

    June 4

  • Carl T.

    Grabbed a seat outside by the main entrance

    June 2

  • Jack

    some of us accept the warm embrace of death and don't need to learn how not to die. or we changed the event without really thinking a whole lot about it.

    June 2

    • Jamie N.

      That, and there isn't always much overlap between rationality and the pub.

      1 · June 2

  • Jonathan G.

    Why would this be scheduled at the same day/time as the How to Survive event from the same group?

    June 2

    • Carl T.

      Mostly because the event got bumped because of the holiday weekend.

      June 2

    • Alex

      There are many humanists with many interests? :)

      2 · June 2

  • Mike

    June 2nd I do have some drama scheduled for after work, Should be handled by 7:00.
    Put me down as a definite maybe.

    May 24

  • Jack

    the new date is June 2, the site has been updated so it does not conflict with memorial day.

    May 23

  • Mike

    Looks Like fun. When has it been moved to? I have not been in the Brazenhead in a long time.
    Hope no one recognizes me :)

    May 23

  • Carl T.

    I've rescheduled so it's not over the holiday weekend.

    May 20

  • Jack

    How does Friday look.

    May 19

    • Carl T.

      not good for me, my brother and a friend are coming into town.

      May 19

    • Jack

      what is your best day

      May 19

  • Carl T.

    So it turns out this is Memorial Day...

    May 19

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