SORRY RICH, I CANNOT OBLIGE. I WAS PLANNING TO GO TO THE HOLLYWOOD THING, ON THE
LAST SUNDAY OF THIS MONTH. IS IT ON?
----- Original Message ----
From: Richard Stuppi <[address removed]>
To: [address removed]
Sent: Thu, November 18,[masked]:02:21 AM
Subject: Re: [atheists-705] Event in Santa Barbara Saturday, November 20th
I joined your group a while back but my scheduling has never allowed me the
opportunity to attend a meetup.
I would really like to attend the below lecture this Saturday in Santa Barbara
and I'm looking for anyone going whom I could carpool with. My car is sick and
may not make the trip. I can meet at any location within greater LA, share the
cost of gasoline, and conform to whatever schedule you may have. I'm a 51 year
old male, extremely easy going who enjoys road trips.
Anyway, if I can hitch a ride please either email me at [address removed] or
>From: SKIP EVERETT [mailto:[address removed]]
>Sent: Thursday, November 18,[masked]:44 AM
>To: [address removed]
>Subject: Re: [atheists-705] Event in Santa Barbara Saturday, November 20th
>I'M NOT DISPOSED TO GO TO SANTA BARBARA. BUT I WOULD LIKE TO HEAR THAT LECTURE.
>From: Andrew <[address removed]>
>To: [address removed]
>Sent: Tue, November 16,[masked]:04:03 PM
>Subject: [atheists-705] Event in Santa Barbara Saturday, November 20th
>"Is The Economy Stupid?" UCSB Professor Peter Kuhn will talk and answer
>questions about Behavioral Economics:
>- Do people actually respond to financial incentives like tax changes, by
>working harder or producing more?
>- Can we understand the current economic crisis?
>- What economic choices do we face as a nation?
>Peter Kuhn is Professor of Economics at UC Santa Barbara. He has previously
>held faculty positions at universities in Canada, and visiting faculty
>appointments at UC Berkeley, Princeton, the London School of Economics; also in
>Germany and in Australia. His PhD (1983) is from Harvard University. His work
>includes the economics of trade unions, wage and employment discrimination,
>unemployment, immigration, displaced workers, employment contracts, comparative
>labor markets and information technology.
>* On Saturday, November 20th
>* 2:30pm doors openfor socializing with refreshments
>* 3pm meeting starts
>In the Patio Room at Vista del Monte, 3775 Modoc Road (Las Positas exit off
>midway between UCSB & SBCC) in Santa Barbara. Please park only in VDM spaces.
>Presented by the Humanist Society of Santa Barbara -- optional $2 student or $5
>general donations would be appreciated. Information phone[masked] or web
>Stay for dinner: 5pm Saturday, November 20th at the Natural Cafe, 361 Hitchcock
>Way in Santa Barbara. Please e-mail your seating reservation needs to
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