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Denver Happy Hour (October)

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Re: Denver Happy Hour (October)

Postby nkan02 » Wed Sep 26, 2012 1:32 pm

I guess I should show up then too, but really wish the place was in Englewood and not on a Thursday, which is my rock climbing night when I meet my potential winter hiking partners. Oh well. At least the VIP room with a bouncer sounds promising.

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Re: Denver Happy Hour (October)

Postby mtree » Wed Sep 26, 2012 1:37 pm

I shall try to make it!
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Re: Denver Happy Hour (October)

Postby USAKeller » Wed Sep 26, 2012 1:38 pm

I'm in.
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Re: Denver Happy Hour (October)

Postby BobbyFinn » Wed Sep 26, 2012 1:48 pm

ameristrat wrote:
farcedude wrote:I'm in.

Also, can anyone provide a projector? I was thinking this would be the perfect venue for a screening of Vertical Limit.



I can't provide a projector, but I think that's an excellent idea. I'm in - excited to make it to one and meet some of you all



Maybe you can just act it out?
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Re: Denver Happy Hour (October)

Postby GregMiller » Wed Sep 26, 2012 2:05 pm

BobbyFinn wrote:
ameristrat wrote:
farcedude wrote:I'm in.

Also, can anyone provide a projector? I was thinking this would be the perfect venue for a screening of Vertical Limit.



I can't provide a projector, but I think that's an excellent idea. I'm in - excited to make it to one and meet some of you all



Maybe you can just act it out?


Somehow I don't think they'd appreciate that, between the leaping around with ice tools, the Nitroglycerin, the needles of "Dex"....
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Re: Denver Happy Hour (October)

Postby bergsteigen » Wed Sep 26, 2012 2:20 pm

USAKeller wrote:I'm in.


If you're driving, I'm in :wink:
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Re: Denver Happy Hour (October)

Postby metalmountain » Wed Sep 26, 2012 2:29 pm

nkan02 wrote:I guess I should show up then too, but really wish the place was in Englewood and not on a Thursday, which is my rock climbing night when I meet my potential winter hiking partners. Oh well. At least the VIP room with a bouncer sounds promising.


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Re: Denver Happy Hour (October)

Postby BobbyFinn » Wed Sep 26, 2012 2:39 pm

farcedude wrote:
BobbyFinn wrote:
Maybe you can just act it out?


Somehow I don't think they'd appreciate that, between the leaping around with ice tools, the Nitroglycerin, the needles of "Dex"....


But it would be awesome to watch someone with some liquid courage jump off a table and stick a "landing" on the wall using 2 axes...
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Re: Denver Happy Hour (October)

Postby SurfNTurf » Wed Sep 26, 2012 2:51 pm

BobbyFinn wrote:
farcedude wrote:
BobbyFinn wrote:
Maybe you can just act it out?


Somehow I don't think they'd appreciate that, between the leaping around with ice tools, the Nitroglycerin, the needles of "Dex"....


But it would be awesome to watch someone with some liquid courage jump off a table and stick a "landing" on the wall using 2 axes...


Challenge accepted.
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Re: Denver Happy Hour (October)

Postby ameristrat » Wed Sep 26, 2012 3:04 pm

metalmountain wrote:
nkan02 wrote:I guess I should show up then too, but really wish the place was in Englewood and not on a Thursday, which is my rock climbing night when I meet my potential winter hiking partners. Oh well. At least the VIP room with a bouncer sounds promising.


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Re: Denver Happy Hour (October)

Postby ameristrat » Wed Sep 26, 2012 3:05 pm

SurfNTurf wrote:Challenge accepted.


Also, who wants to start a betting pool on how well this is going to go. 10-1 odds?
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Re: Denver Happy Hour (October)

Postby sdkeil » Wed Sep 26, 2012 5:40 pm

bergsteigen wrote:
USAKeller wrote:I'm in.


If you're driving, I'm in :wink:


Of course she is driving...how do you think I would be able to get home :)
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