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  • Greg Lam
    The Second Chance Snow Day Winter Potluck Saturday, February 21, 2004 at 6 p.m. Hosted by Chris (a.k.a. Tiffer ) Tarnstrom 95 12 Stoneholm Street Boston, MA
    Message 1 of 1 , Feb 12, 2004
      The Second Chance Snow Day Winter Potluck
      Saturday, February 21, 2004 at 6 p.m.

      Hosted by Chris (a.k.a. "Tiffer") Tarnstrom '95
      12 Stoneholm Street
      Boston, MA

      Although the weather outside was frightful when we tried to hold the
      potluck in December, about ten hearty souls slogged their way through two
      feet of snow to make it anyway. Even so, we've decided to try again to
      have a winter potluck at the apartment complex of Chris Tarnstrom. This
      complex is located near the Hynes Convention Center and Symphony section
      of Boston.

      This being near the time of the Chinese New Year, our choosing mechanism
      will involve the Chinese zodiac.

      Rats, Oxen, and Tigers should bring a drink or a snack.
      Rabbits, Dragons, and Snakes should bring an appetizer or soup.
      Horses, Sheep, and Monkeys should bring a main dish.
      Roosters, Dogs, and Boars should bring a dessert.

      Rat

      1924

      1936

      1948

      1960

      1972

      1984

      1996

      Ox

      1925

      1937

      1949

      1961

      1973

      1985

      1997

      Tiger

      1926

      1938

      1950

      1962

      1974

      1986

      1998

      Rabbit

      1927

      1939

      1951

      1963

      1975

      1987

      1999

      Dragon

      1928

      1940

      1952

      1964

      1976

      1988

      2000

      Snake

      1929

      1941

      1953

      1965

      1977

      1989

      2001

      Horse

      1930

      1942

      1954

      1966

      1978

      1990

      2002

      Sheep

      1931

      1943

      1955

      1967

      1979

      1991

      2003

      Monkey

      1932

      1944

      1956

      1968

      1980

      1992

      2004

      Rooster

      1933

      1945

      1957

      1969

      1981

      1993



      Dog

      1934

      1946

      1958

      1970

      1982

      1994



      Boar

      1935

      1947

      1959

      1971

      1983

      1995





      Directions to 12 Stoneholm Street (from the Green Line - lines B, C, D):

      Arrive at the Hynes Convention Center/Mass. Ave. stop and get out on to
      Mass Ave. Walk to the left to the intersection of Mass. Ave. and Boylston
      St. Cross both Mass Ave. and Boylston so you are near the Fleet Bank and
      continue down Mass. Ave.

      Take a right down Haviland St. by the Starbucks, take the first left on
      Edgerly Rd., and take the first right onto Stoneholm.

      The building will be directly ahead of you. Go to the door, state to the
      person at the door that are with the Reed College party, and proceed up
      the elevator to the 6th floor. The "Garage Room" will be up the stairs on
      the right when you exit the elevators on the 6th floor.

      There are two parking spaces available in the apartment complex. Finding
      parking is otherwise difficult. To arrange for use of these spaces during
      the potluck, contact Chris Tarnstrom at chris_tarnstrom@....
      Otherwise, parking on Mass Ave. between Boylston and Symphony is probably
      the best bet, along with Hemenway.

      Please RSVP by February 18. You may email Greg Lam at
      stripeyg@... or call 617-451-5051.



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      "Stop and think about it: You have pictures. Pictures are great, adults
      like pictures, pictures hang in art galleries. And you have words, and
      words are wonderful things. You can get the Nobel Prize for Literature
      just by using words. Somehow, as soon as you put them together, you are
      perceived to be doing something that's either for children or for
      subliterates, and there's no reason for that."
      - Neil Gaiman, author of _Sandman_
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