[svlug] Re: S.V. Tea Party--The Great Linux Revolt Continues

root root at polly.mall-net.com
Wed Nov 11 17:52:24 PST 1998

  Meant to send this to the list, not just to Tabinda

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>From javilk Wed Nov 11 17:24:12 1998
Subject: Re: [svlug] Re: S.V. Tea Party--The Great Linux Revolt Continues
To: tabindak at best.com (Tabinda Khan)
Date: Wed, 11 Nov 1998 17:24:12 -0800 (PST)
In-Reply-To: <v0300780bb26fdeaf4f97@[]> from "Tabinda Khan" at Nov 11, 98 04:42:16 pm
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> Huh? What in the world are you talking about? I agree they have no right to
> touch us, but this ladies stuff has got to go. I just ran date to confirm
> it is indeed 1998.

     Just repeating what I was told when I worked a security detail as a
temp a few years back.  Of course, it depends upon what kind of event,
that was a show, and I was only a door person, not a bouncer or runner.
They had different instructions.  

     I also use to be assistant manager and trouble shooter at major
antiques trade shows attended by 5,000 - 15,000 people back East.  I did
the number two man bit twice a year for... ten, fifteen years.  I miss the
ambiance after a good show!  Even thought we had to get some 500 - 800
exhibitors and their millions of dollars worth of goods out of the place
in about five hours so they could start pouring the water and freezing it
for the ice hockey events often that followed.  The owner and I would
coordinate the exodus first hand, dealing with porters, irate and pleased
vendors, lagging attendees, case and vault rental people, etc. etc. etc. I
loved it!  I really miss being alive on my feet!  Left that when I came
here.  Still talk with the show owner on a regular basis.  A couple of
times, he offered to fly me back to help him with some of his shows.  I
would have loved to, but was too busy with other things to take the time. 
Just wonderful times! 

     Yes, I know a little about what I am talking about.  Ladies have a
lot more legal clout when it comes to being pushed or touched.  At least
back East they do.

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