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All Aboard for the EETimes Road Trip to the May 2015 Hamvention in Dayton, Ohio

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mhrackin
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Re: This would be so cool..
mhrackin   9/8/2014 4:59:05 PM
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Max, you'll be happy to know that I already have ordered a new Hawaiian shirt (from Hawaii!) in preparation for the EET invasion of Dayton.  I'll likely pick another locally (perhaps a bit less subdued) than the one on order.

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Max The Magnificent   9/8/2014 9:56:46 AM
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@jpjulain: I'm hoping I will be able to be there.  I usually spend the weekend with my father.  He's the one who influenced my decision to get into engineering.

I'll be the one in the Hawaiian shirt -- maybe I can persuade everyone else to wear Hawaiian shirts also -- the main thing is to stop me and say "Hi" if you see me ambling by.

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This would be so cool..
jpjulian   9/7/2014 4:16:36 PM
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I'm hoping I will be able to be there.  I usually spend the weekend with my father.  He's the one who influenced my decision to get into engineering.  I hope I'll be able to go once again.  I might even be able to make time for ya'll :)

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Re: Looking forward to this!
Duane Benson   9/3/2014 1:50:35 PM
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"Hershey's is very different from..."

We have some gormet chocolate places around here that put most anything else to shame. I've also dabbled in hand making chocolates. It's actually quite the interesting process. There's a lot more to it than just melting stuff.

That being said, I still like the basic generic Hershey's bar.

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Max The Magnificent   9/3/2014 12:30:27 PM
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@Susan: You sure went all out renting a plane to get that birdseye-view image

No expense spared (I charged it to your credit card LOL)

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Birdseye view of Hamfest
Susan Rambo   9/3/2014 12:13:55 PM
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Wow, Max. You sure went all out renting a plane to get that birdseye-view image. I hope that doesn't show up on my budget. Seriously, looks like a popular event, to say the least.

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Aeroengineer   9/3/2014 12:08:20 PM
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If she likes you, then you have a chance.  Her liking you may depend on the quality of chocolate you bring ;)

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Max The Magnificent   9/3/2014 11:57:53 AM
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@areoengineer: She now expects all of you to bring her boxes of chocolates.

A woman after my own heart ... but will she share?

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Max The Magnificent   9/3/2014 11:56:54 AM
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@Duane: bacon covered chocolate bacon

Stop -- you're making me drool!

 

 

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Max The Magnificent   9/3/2014 11:55:18 AM
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@betajet: I would like to dispute the phrase "chocolate is chocolate".

Fair point -- I must admit that some of the chocolate I've had around Europe has been at a completel;y different level to stuff like Hershy's

 

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