|Sent on:||Monday, June 9, 2014 3:30 PM|
Dear Thinking Friends:
Hard to believe, but an entire month has passed since a month ago. You know what that means. Drinking Skeptically, tomorrow, at Fiddler’s Elbow. (Details below.)
If you are new to all this, please know that Fiddler’s Elbow is not a disorder akin to tennis elbow. It is an utterly enjoyable restaurant / pub in Sugar House. Thanks to the efforts and charm of fellow skeptic Dave McKean, said establishment welcomes us on the first Tuesday of every month. Just tell the friendly people working in front that you’re with Salt City Skeptics. They will point you in our direction. Unless, of course, you happen to be the first to arrive, in which case they will seat you and then point others in your direction.
They check ID, so if you are a minor and cannot afford a decent forgery, please age as fast as you can and plan on joining us upon attaining the ripe old age of 21.
(Just kidding about the forgery thing. Though I am in no way qualified to offer legal advice, I am reasonably sure that in most places forgeries are kind of against the law. Besides, I'm not aware of anyone locally who does quality work, and there’s not enough time to get anything here from New York.)
Looking forward to seeing you tomorrow at 7ish.
DAY AND TIME: Second Tuesday of the month, 7-ish p.m. till 9:30-ish.
WHERE: Fiddler’s Elbow, 1063 East 2100 South, Salt Lake City [masked]). Must be over 21 or over, ID required. They are strict about that.
FOOD AND DRINK: There’s a full menu, but ordering is optional. Enjoying one another’s company is mandatory.
PROGRAM: Don’t be ridiculous. We sit down, we open our mouths (usually all at once), and let chaos reign.