[yapc] Larry Wall doll -- someone take him home / was Re: Lost and Found?
scott at slowass.net
Thu Jun 28 06:23:51 PDT 2007
Recapping my original message, I left Larry Wall (the action figure,
one of a kind, object of tactile desire by all who see it) in
cwest's room. cwest turned it in to lost and found. Lost and found
lost it and then found it again after I had already left. So someone
do me a favor and take it back to their .PM group and share and
enjoy it until next year. And try to clean some of the grub off of
it that Toronto.PM covered it in.
Jeremy Fluhmann reportedly has it now. Perhaps he doesn't want to
go get it after all but if he does, find that man with the little
That is all.
On 0, Jeremy Fluhmann <fluhmann at gmail.com> wrote:
> I now have it (in my room at cullen oaks). I will be at the hackathon
> and can come back to cullen to get it..
> On 6/27/07, Scott Walters <scott at slowass.net> wrote:
> >Hi all,
> >Speaking of lost and found...
> >The Larry Wall action figure was turned in after being left to spend
> >the night watching cwest sleep but they weren't able to locate it while I
> >was there. I failed to track it down.
> >I'm not worried someone stole it... I just want to make sure someone,
> >I don't care who, has it. So, if you see the Larry Wall action figure,
> >please do not abandon it. Take it with you.
> >On 0, Craig Dunigan <cdunigan at doit.wisc.edu> wrote:
> >> Seeing that my question on the Wiki is yet unanswered, I thought I'd
> >> repost it here. Is there a formal procedure for finding lost items?
> >> I've misplaced a pair of armbands (white plastic, black elastic,
> >> "Bandit" logo on the plastic) used for tendonitis. Anyone seen them,
> >> or can you direct me to the formal means to recover them?
> >> --
> >> Craig Dunigan
> >> IS Technical Services Specialist
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