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February 20, 2009 in Places | 1 comment
That’s what I’d call the rush to the food spread in the hall at a conference.
Trudy Schuett on February 21, 2009 at 2:14 am
This reminds me of a (meals included) three-day conference I presented at a few years back.
It was held at a fairly remote location, and most were w/o cars, so we were stuck with what we got. Breakfast was a bagel or donut and a cup of coffee, and dinner was hors doevres and beer-or-wine. The only meal of any substance was lunch — and you could hear a pin drop once lunch was served, as everybody was starving and busy feeding their faces!
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