SPUG: Meeting CANCELLED -- 19 April 2005
jay at scherrer.com
Mon Apr 18 23:15:55 PDT 2005
That's what I'm talkin about; It's the only "Flat Tire" I'd recommend.
But thinking of Staircases, I had performed a petri dish experiment on a
staircase dust once. But I would probably rather use the formula: $steps
= ((($height/12)/7.25)-1); $run = ($length/11.75); Just to make sure I
could rebuild those steps. (Before the owner's came home) :-)
On Mon, 2005-04-18 at 17:41 -0700, Andrew Sweger wrote:
> I don't recall if this has ever happened before. I am canceling the
> regular SPUG meeting for tomorrow, 19 April 2005.
> I've been taken down by a sudden illness, from which I am slowly
> recovering, and our Director of Facilities Coordination and Solicitor of
> Wickedly Cool Speakers, C.J., has been called away on out-of-town business
> in Santa Clara (ahem). My profuse apologies to the folks who have offered
> to present tomorrow night for waiting to the last day to let you know.
> I'll try to come up with a way to make it up to everyone (I think Jay has
> the right idea; a few pitchers of Flat Tire).
> Note to other do-it-yourself home remodelers: consider wearing an
> appropriate filter mask when demolishing a 45 year-old basement staircase
> that might have lots of icky dust and crud in it. Who knows what's living
> and growing in my lungs right now, but it consumes the larger share of the
> air I breathe.
> I plan to see you Tuesday, 17 May 2005.
> Andrew B. Sweger -- The great thing about multitasking is that several
> things can go wrong at once.
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