Re: [midatlanticretro] Trenton no, party yes!
- Evan Koblentz wrote:
> experience ... despite some overindulgence by a couple of nerds whoI do believe that both of those who didn't hold their liquor outweigh me
> can't hold their liquor. :)
by at least 20 pounds. 8-)
- Do the one day of Trenton possibily and scout out a venue near where you
can hold an after Trenton party? The aforementioned party has to be
advertised at your Trenton booth.
Quoting Evan Koblentz <evan@...>:
> Many MARCHins think we should skip the Trenton event this year. Every year
> that event gets smaller and lamer. We still encounter many newcomers who
> are blown away by MARCH and its activities, but we're nearing the point of
> diminishing returns (especially on the second day).
> Meanwhile, last year's holiday party was a huge success. Quite frankly it
> was much better than I expected, in terms of how many people participated
> and how many opted for the full overnight-and-alcohol experience ... despite
> some overindulgence by a couple of nerds who can't hold their liquor. :)
> So ...... this year it'll be Trenton no, MARCH Spring Fling yes!
> The obvious weekend is April 25-26 because that's when we would normally be
> at Trenton. But I have to check with InfoAge about their calendar. We may
> have to find a different weekend if there are other events already
> Comments / suggestions / questions / etc. are, as always, strongly