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Re: [philosophy-211] December meeting

From: user 2.
Sent on: Tuesday, November 27, 2007 10:36 AM
Hi Bill,

I will be away from Dec 17 to Jan 5th.  Since Greg kicked me out of the group for insisting that
he not try to shout me down when I was talking, I'm no longer an official meet-up member, but if you're meeting without Greg and I'm here I'll be happy to attend.  Let me know the date.

 -------------- Original message --------------------­--
From: William Sternman <[address removed]>
> Since Greg will be in India in December and we all agreed that we didn't want to 
> meet on Christmas eve, is anyone interested in meeting on another day next 
> month? 
> I'm interested. It doesn't have to be on a Monday.
> All the best. Bill 
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