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From: Neil S.
Sent on: Friday, January 6, 2017 4:44 PM

Hello all,

So lately, I've been having the opposite issue I used to be a pain about. Now I've been having people show up without RSVPing. This is an issue because I cap the RSVPs based on the number of seats the restaurant I'm able to reserve. Cambridge restaurants can  It's great that people want to come, but if you find the RSVPs are full, I encourage you to join the waitlist. Chances are somebody will change their plans and then Meetup will automatically bump the next person in the queue to the "Yes" list. I would also appreciate if people didn't message me through other venues like Facebook to try to "cut" the Waitlist line.

Of course, as always, if you RSVP "yes" and change your mind, I strongly urge you to change your RSVP so people on the Waitlist can come.

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