Milk and Cookies

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We drink milk, eat cookies, and learn a bit more about each other by listening to our reading choices. I've been part of a group in the past that does this, it is a lot of fun. Maybe we could add beer, too.  
 
We drink milk, eat cookies, and learn a bit more about each other by listening to our reading choices. I've been part of a group in the past that does this, it is a lot of fun. Maybe we could add beer, too.  
  
Everyone chips in $5 or so for buying the refreshments.  
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Refreshments - at least two ideas here:
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# Everyone chips in $5 or so for buying the refreshments. Organizer buys ahead of time.
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# We do a potluck, no money changes hands.  
  
 
Add your name below if you are interested. We will work out the time for the event after the build out is finished.  
 
Add your name below if you are interested. We will work out the time for the event after the build out is finished.  

Revision as of 23:58, 5 October 2008

David Molnar would like to host a "Milk and Cookies" event in the space. The idea is pretty simple: everyone brings something to read out loud for 5 to 7 minutes. Bring whatever you want - an essay, a short story, a novel excerpt, a technical paper, the bash.org quotes book, a circuit schematic, a beautiful theorem and its proof, just bring something that speaks to you. Then tell it to us.

We drink milk, eat cookies, and learn a bit more about each other by listening to our reading choices. I've been part of a group in the past that does this, it is a lot of fun. Maybe we could add beer, too.

Refreshments - at least two ideas here:

  1. Everyone chips in $5 or so for buying the refreshments. Organizer buys ahead of time.
  2. We do a potluck, no money changes hands.

Add your name below if you are interested. We will work out the time for the event after the build out is finished.

  • David Molnar
  • Jacob Appelbaum
  • Mitch Altman
  • jim stockford
  • Meredith L. Patterson
  • Audrey Penven
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