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Old 01-25-2006, 02:52 PM   #11
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The real problem is not the larger area, but RTP which for years hasn't had a population after 5pm and hence no cool pubs...hopefully that changes with Morrisville's growth. What about Neomonde on hwy 54 in Morrisville? That's about midway for everybody and should please most palates. I'm pretty sure they have bottled beer, as well. There's also a good Indian buffet on Airport Blvd.

In any case, this is probably sufficiently advertised here for anybody in the area so we can take it to PM's and figure it out.

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Old 01-27-2006, 05:02 PM   #12
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So, when and where next week?

I'm fine with Wednesday, but wouldn't mind Monday either since there won't be any lunchtime catering leftovers for me at work .

Ragarding a place, Neomonde (Lebanese food) sounds good to me.

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Old 01-27-2006, 05:12 PM   #13
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So where were all you guys when I was living in Raeford (near Fayetteville)?

(I know...under 21.)

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Old 01-27-2006, 05:47 PM   #14
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Ragarding a place, Neomonde (Lebanese food) sounds good to me.
Just got back from there...I'm stuffed. It sounds good to me, and either day works so I'll let Walker cast the deciding vote.

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So where were all you guys when I was living in Raeford (near Fayetteville)?
I grew up in Dunn, just north of Fayetteville, if you know where that is. Family ran a lumber business in Wade.
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Old 01-28-2006, 04:19 AM   #15
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we should devise a HomeBrewForum.com weekend somewhere somewhat centraly located. maybe by the area that has the most active members? just a thought. that would be a hoot! i'd coordinate if we get enough interested. schedules would be a bbbeeeee--aaaatttcchhhh.

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we should devise a HomeBrewForum.com weekend somewhere somewhat centraly located. maybe by the area that has the most active members? just a thought. that would be a hoot! i'd coordinate if we get enough interested. schedules would be a bbbeeeee--aaaatttcchhhh.
A noble thought, but it is diffucult enough for me to get away for a few weekends per year to go climbing or do other outdorsy things, because of wife and kid. Though I would be interested.

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yea, it would be tuff to get everyone, but it woulkdbe fun to try....

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Shoot, it would have to be in the middle of the atlantic ocean! We have so many Texans and UK'ers that a barge in the middle of the ocean would be the only logical place!
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Shoot, it would have to be in the middle of the atlantic ocean! We have so many Texans and UK'ers that a barge in the middle of the ocean would be the only logical place!
......Bermuda?
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I'd vote for the Chicago area...I need a pizza fix, and I'm sure Bill wouldn't have a problem hosting all 3000 of us.

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