The arrival of Wiseman #3 and Wiseman #”“1

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The arrival of Wiseman #3 and Wiseman #”“1

Post by jdaw1 » 20:02 Mon 19 Sep 2011

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Post by jdaw1 » 20:03 Mon 19 Sep 2011

Keen students of www.jdawiseman.com/author.html will have noticed mention of ‟Anastasia, born in … 2011”, and also that ‟The author … is soon to be the Head of UK Rates Strategy at Société Générale”. It seems appropriate to celebrate the arrival of Wiseman #3, and the arrival (in London) of Wiseman #−1. (If the children are #1, #2, and #3, then SCP-DFF must be #0, making me #−1.)

For this event I have devised a stellar new theme, which will surely meet with general approbation, and matching placemats. The placemats will be uploaded as soon as they have a filename, which will happen once there is a date. So we need to choose a date.

It seems likely that my new professional schedule will allow most Mondays and Tuesdays from 24th October until early December. Who would be available for which dates?

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Post by g-man » 21:18 Mon 19 Sep 2011

Congratz to JDAW!

Will you have a hand in starting Société Générale 's port wine fund seeing they have a bordeaux wine fund?
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Post by Chris Doty » 22:27 Mon 19 Sep 2011

Extraordinary news Julian!!!

Huge congratulations! I hope to see the #3 and the business cards very soon!

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Post by Andy Velebil » 07:36 Tue 20 Sep 2011

outstanding news, on both fronts. Will Wiseman -1 be available on Oct 11th to celebrate? As I shall be in London then. Otherwise I shall have to raise a toast from a remote location some hours later.

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Post by PhilW » 12:32 Tue 20 Sep 2011

Congratulations on both counts :D
We raised a glass to you and your newborn in absentia when we heard the news last night at the offline and am sure will do so again in person.

Phil.

edit for dates:
- Oct 31, Nov 1 are both possible
- Nov 7,8 maybe
others between Oct24-early Dec not viable for me.
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Post by RonnieRoots » 12:37 Tue 20 Sep 2011

Congratulations Julian!

Does this mean that the 25th of October is your preferred date for this event?

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Post by jdaw1 » 12:45 Tue 20 Sep 2011

RonnieRoots wrote:Does this mean that the 25th of October is your preferred date for this event?
RonnieRoots wrote:I would propose a nice informal gathering: no placemats or themes, just a couple of bottles of good port and good company.
jdaw1 wrote:For this event I have devised a stellar new theme, which will surely meet with general approbation, and matching placemats.
To placemat or not to placemat, that is the question.

And this event is to have placemats. Therefore they must be different events.

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Post by RAYC » 12:53 Tue 20 Sep 2011

Congrats - please count me in - all dates are equally good at this stage.
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Post by jdaw1 » 14:02 Tue 20 Sep 2011

RAYC wrote:Congrats - please count me in - all dates are equally good at this stage.
So far it’s two of us.

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Post by AHB » 14:08 Tue 20 Sep 2011

I am not available on 24th October. 25th October is likely to be the Ronnie & Stevie offline given your preference for Tuesdays over Thursdays.

31 Oct and 1 Nov would work for me. As would 7, 8, 14, 21 and/or 22 Nov.

Later Mondays and Tuesdays in November and throughout December are unlikely to work for me.
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Post by DRT » 21:19 Tue 20 Sep 2011

I can't do 1 Nov. At this point Tuesday 8th is ideal for me as I have a meeting in London that afternoon.
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Post by JacobH » 10:25 Wed 21 Sep 2011

Congratulations, Julian!

As with other tastings, I might have to wait until a little nearer to the time to confirm. All things being equal, however, I would, of course, be keen to attend.
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