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Maria Lorenzo  Identity Verified
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This is great! May 4, 2004

Hi,

I am glad to see there are people interested in attending and assisting with the POWWOW. I have never been to one myself, so I thought it would be a good idea to organize one. I can do with some help in the organization, so Tony, thank you very much for offering it! . Annette, don't worry about not being able to help. ;o)

Looking forward to hearing from you and your suggestions.

Cheers,
María


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Paul Larkin  Identity Verified
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teacht le cheile Jun 4, 2004

tá mé ag súil go mór leis!

see you soon

paul larkin


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Maria Lorenzo  Identity Verified
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So, where should we meet? Jun 18, 2004

Hi everybody, it seems like we might have a good number of people for the Powwow!. Where would people like to meet. I was thinking of a kind of informal meeting, let's say meet for lunch, coffee or drinks (the realy "Irish way" ;o)) Or maybe someone has a better idea?

Let me know what you think

Cheers,
María
María


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Annette Lembach  Identity Verified
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Irish way sounds good Jun 18, 2004

Yes I think a pub that's not too noisy would be a good place to meet and have a chat.

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Orla Ryan  Identity Verified
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Location? Aug 16, 2004

Hi everyone, does anyone have any preferences with regard to pubs/restaurants? Personally, I don't mind as long as it is not in Temple Bar!!
I was thinking that we could go to one of the following
1)Chief O'Neills in Smithfield,D7
2)The Vaults, IFSC, D1
3)MacTurcaills, Townsend St, D2
4)Smiths, Abbey St, D1
5) The Pembroke bar, Pembroke st, D2

these are just suggestions, if you guys have other preferences, please share.
I think we need to decide on a venue in the next cpl of weeks, it won't be long until the 1st Dublin Powwow
Orla


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Paul Larkin  Identity Verified
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location Aug 16, 2004

Howya Orla,
From the list above, I think that The Pembroke Bar is the best - especially if we can get the upstairs bit, if it is still there. Chief O'Neills is also good venue in terms of space and we could then go on to the Dice Bar if that's what people want to do.
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Paul Larkin


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Maria Lorenzo  Identity Verified
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location Aug 16, 2004

Hi!

Sorry I have left you all a bit abandoned, but I am mad, mad busy at work at the moment, working weekends and everything!(
I agree with Paul. I think the Pembroke bar would be a good place to meet.

Besides, is there anything in particular people would like to talk about? Or do you just prefer meeting and seeing how it goes?

Cheers,
Maria


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Paul Larkin  Identity Verified
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the split Aug 16, 2004

given that it is an Irish pow wow, why dont we discuss the first split into warring begrudging factions. As long as I am the leader of my faction, I really dont mind....

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Orla Ryan  Identity Verified
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banana split Aug 16, 2004

will there be a GAA match on that day? that will give you plenty of begrudgery material!)

Orla


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Paul Larkin  Identity Verified
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that's done it! Aug 16, 2004

After that outrageous anti GAA (Geataí Agus Airgead) remark by my former colleague in translation, the f..ing gloves are off and I am now formally, and irregardless,proposing a pro GAA anti pow wow, pow wow with me as Taoiseach (natch)

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Orla Ryan  Identity Verified
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*lol* Aug 16, 2004

all hail!

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Paul Larkin  Identity Verified
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thats better! Aug 16, 2004

In all seriousness, will we call it the Pembroke for starters?

Larkin the messer (not)


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Orla Ryan  Identity Verified
Ireland
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Venue Decided! Aug 16, 2004

Yep, that's cool with me, hope everyone else is fine with it too.

For those who do not know the pub, it is located at 31 Lower Pembroke St, Dublin 2, it is only a short walk from Stephen's Green.
Here is a Yahoo Review, FYI.
http://travel.yahoo.com/p-travelguide-2782171-pembroke_inn_the_dublin-i

Oiche mhaith!
Orla


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Paul Larkin  Identity Verified
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maith thú! Aug 16, 2004

ps Orla did we say a time?

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Orla Ryan  Identity Verified
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time? Aug 17, 2004

No time fixed from what i can see. Sept 25th is a Saturday, so how about an afternoon time, say 2-2.30pm? Is that OK with everybody?
Orla


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