Ben Wing, Graham Potter, and Tricia McGillis among others
As the evening progressed we saw a few new faces including a number of unwired folk. No email addresses to give you. It's nice to come across someone like this in San Francisco. In addition to the new faces were the usual crowd of Cyborganics and non-Cyborganics. Dan Haig, settled in after his trip to India, parked himself in the front room and told stories. On a shallow note, Allison and Aimee discussed the merit of a woman I saw last week who's hair was long enough to drag on the ground. They had a few interesting things to say about her. Rest assured both of them have hair far more lovely than this woman could ever hope to have.
Our youngest TND regular, little Phil, was quite the madman last nite. He has just returned from points east and was still on Eastern Time. This means mad dashes up and down the hall, valiant attempts to kill a few computers, and then time to go home before he bonks. But he led a few people on a merry chase last nite.
And our own Jenny Cool worked to drum up some commitments for participation as Guest Chefs, DJs, and Swabbies.
I must note that this week is Merin McDonell's birthday! Happy Birthday Merin! Merin has been a Guest Chef at TND in the past and is one of the favorite regular attendees. It was also Bagus Haig's 30th birthday yesterday! Bagus has also been a past Guest Chef.
------ Jeffrey C. Logsdon email@example.com "The mind of man is capable of anything-because everything is in it, all the past as well as all the future." - Joseph Conrad