Weds 14 March 2018, Blind, SQVP or a mature LBV

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Re: Weds 14 March 2018, Blind, SQVP or a mature LBV

Post by flash_uk » 00:04 Mon 12 Mar 2018

CPR 1 wrote:
21:45 Sun 11 Mar 2018
flash_uk wrote:
15:48 Wed 07 Mar 2018
OK food order is complete I believe. Could someone do a quick check?
You are missing black pudding for Julian and Ian. Also Ian 'No egg' looks crossed out (I think you wanted to underline) thus may cause confusion.

Otherwise all good. Looking forward to Wednesday
Thanks Charles. Black pudding to be added, no egg is indeed crossed out as Ian wants no egg. Maybe I should take the strikethrough off the "no" otherwise it becomes a confusing double negative.

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Re: Weds 14 March 2018, Blind, SQVP or a mature LBV

Post by jdaw1 » 23:35 Mon 12 Mar 2018

Has the food order been sent to the B&F?

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Re: Weds 14 March 2018, Blind, SQVP or a mature LBV

Post by flash_uk » 17:35 Tue 13 Mar 2018

jdaw1 wrote:
23:35 Mon 12 Mar 2018
Has the food order been sent to the B&F?
Yes it went across yesterday.

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Re: Weds 14 March 2018, SQVP or a mature LBV

Post by AHB » 18:26 Tue 13 Mar 2018

jdaw1 wrote:
22:54 Mon 05 Mar 2018
DaveRL wrote:
16:13 Mon 05 Mar 2018
who to pick the monkey's choice?
AHB. Please post me an envelope, clearly marked as for me but not to open yet. I will bring unopened.
You have a PM titled "Sealed Envelope". You may open said envelope at the event.
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Re: Weds 14 March 2018, SQVP or a mature LBV

Post by jdaw1 » 20:48 Tue 13 Mar 2018

AHB wrote:
18:26 Tue 13 Mar 2018
You have a PM titled "Sealed Envelope". You may open said envelope at the event.
Tapatalk echoed it to a screen which I saw. Not sealed to me. Sorry.

Different technology wanted.

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Re: Weds 14 March 2018, Blind, SQVP or a mature LBV

Post by AHB » 15:10 Wed 14 Mar 2018

Oh well, I tried. At least the monkey has made a guess, which you may or may not better.
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Re: Weds 14 March 2018, Blind, SQVP or a mature LBV

Post by flash_uk » 17:53 Wed 14 Mar 2018

Is someone bringing the placemats?

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Re: Weds 14 March 2018, Blind, SQVP or a mature LBV

Post by Doggett » 18:19 Wed 14 Mar 2018

I am on route now and am afraid cannot.

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Re: Weds 14 March 2018, Blind, SQVP or a mature LBV

Post by CPR 1 » 18:35 Wed 14 Mar 2018

Sorry allready left the office

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Re: RE: Re: Weds 14 March 2018, SQVP or a mature LBV

Post by PhilW » 19:02 Wed 14 Mar 2018


jdaw1 wrote:
AHB wrote:
18:26 Tue 13 Mar 2018
You have a PM titled "Sealed Envelope". You may open said envelope at the event.
Tapatalk echoed it to a screen which I saw. Not sealed to me. Sorry.

Different technology wanted.
Suggestion for future: Base64 encode (and decode) of text strings is simply available on websites, and provides decent obfuscation (though no security if someone chooses to decode it). The encoded string is simple text also, so usable in most places.


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