Attention Karen: Can't you make EELive a month later? Or get hold of the Gilroy Garlic Festival and tell them you'll have a bunch of hungry garlic-mad engineers in the area and get them to make theirs a month earlier? (or compromise - each of you move 2 weeks.... :-)
@Max....Well I guess that since, to my horror and consternation, the Gilroy Garlic Festival is a month away from EELive 2015, that will have to be Plan B...... For you to like it they would have to serve garlic flavoured bacon and beer?? (Not garlic flavoured beer....just the bacon....)
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