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From: "crscott" <>
Subject: Re: [APG] 1st genealogy pub in America - 284 years ago today
Date: Thu, 8 May 2008 15:32:54 -0400
Shucks, I thought if you bought a round you could skip having to tell anyone
anything. Then you could just concentrate on the single malt and the pros
and cons of proxy baptism.
On Thu, 8 May 2008 13:02:19 -0400, Richard A. Pence wrote
> <> wrote:
> > So, would the bar be lined with microfilm readers and computers with
> > Internet access? Beer and genealogy I think are very compatible!
> Peggy, I was wondering that, too. But then I decided, no. The only
> rule for a genealogy pub is that there be no damned loud music That
> way the genealogists can tell their harrowing experience involved in
> learning the identity of great-great whatever., (Each person gets a
> turn, except if someone buys a round, he or she gets to go next.
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