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We want a picture
antedeluvian   8/12/2014 8:20:56 AM
Unfornuately I can't make ESC Brazil, unless someone wants to send me a ticket (with a side trip to the Iguazu Falls, please! Might as well get to another on my bucket list.).

Max, I would like a picture of you in an AFDB so I can see if you look as handsome as I do (nay, as we all do) in your photo. That's me on the extreme right, for comparison purposes.

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Aa exciting Summer!!
Garcia-Lasheras   8/11/2014 9:17:21 PM
I'm so sorry for not going to ESC Brasil. I'm wearing my sad face right now.

I firmly know that there will be some outstandings conferences and tutorials, just as I am sure this was the case for the EE Live! show. too.

But be sure, Max, your performance will be stared amd registered.... and the non.attendants will be ready for laughing & praisisng as soon as release depending on the subject coverage ;-)

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