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UER Forum > US: Pacific Southwest > Why hello, there. (Viewed 704 times)
thingamabob 


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Why hello, there.
< on 8/23/2017 2:04 AM >
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So, I'm going to be in the Bay area for about 6 days, from the 3rd to the 8th of September, would love to meet up with fellow adventurers on my visit.


To be completely transparent, I haven't a clue what my friends that I am visiting have in store while I'm there, but I'm sure they have to sleep some time. =D




But if you are going artsy, then you're going all the way. Someone's cutting off an ear!
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Re: Why hello, there.
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Go to the meet up




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thingamabob 


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Re: Why hello, there.
< Reply # 2 on 8/27/2017 4:43 PM >
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Go to the meet up


The one on the 9th, that I won't be able to make because as I've already stated, I'm leaving on the 8th?

Genius.




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