[LRUG] Meeting details for October
murray.steele at gmail.com
Mon Oct 14 04:45:29 PDT 2013
IMPORTANT UPDATE TO THE IMPORTANT UPDATE!
Skills Matter (http://www.skillsmatter.com/) are making some pizzas
available to us during the event. Perhaps the lucky survivors can use the
boxes to fashion a crude parliamentary chamber from which to debate the
laws our rebuilt society will need.
Thanks Skills Matter!
On 1 October 2013 17:19, Murray Steele <murray.steele at gmail.com> wrote:
> IMPORTANT UPDATE!
> The folk at How Are You (http://www.howareyou.com/) are kindly providing
> some emergency liquid sustenance during this dark time. You'll be able to
> get it at the Skills Matter office after you collect your LRUG Attendance
> Badge and it'll be available until it runs out, or you are crushed to death
> by the impact. Whichever comes sooner.
> Thanks How Are You?.
> On 20 September 2013 14:45, Murray Steele <murray.steele at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> I write to you with terrible news.
>> Scientists have observed a massive asteroid on collision course with
>> London. They have called it "The October LRUG meeting" and predict that it
>> will come crashing down to earth on Monday 14th October at 6:30pm. It'll
>> land almost exactly on top of the Skills Matter office on Goswell Road in
>> Those of us (un)lucky enough to survive the immediate collision need to
>> be prepared for the two major after-effects of the impact:
>> The first after-effect, known in asteroidology circles as the "Drew
>> Neil", will result in huge clouds of "Modelling state machines with Ragel"
>> dust, so do ready your breathing appartus!
>> The second after-effect, "Olly Legg", will cause the ejecta thrown up by
>> the impact to land in the "Enumerators in Ruby" pattern. Appropriate
>> headwear should be sought out.
>> You can find out more about what these catastrophic impact after-effects
>> mean for you by reading this LRUG-issued "surviving collision" pamphlet:
>> Personal safety will be greatly increased if you register with Skills
>> Matter for a protective LRUG Attendance Badge (to be collected moments
>> before impact):
>> Finally, it may be of some use to let your loved ones know about your
>> potential obliteration via http://lanyrd.com/2013/lrug-october/
>> Prepare yourselves!
>> Murray Steele
>> LRUG Director of Asteroid Impact Readiness
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