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San Fran, CA July Meeting - 7/23/05 - Letterman Digital Arts Center

Discussion in 'Pacific Regional Discussion' started by JedHead1, Jul 6, 2005.

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  1. Callisto_DAerisian

    Callisto_DAerisian Jedi Knight star 2

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    i second kay_dee's motion! it's a great idea to have our summer meetings there, then back to the metreon, where, incidentally, i met you guys :cool:

    maybe next time we could have a picnic up there - what do you think matt, would they let us? we could all bring something to save money and show off our culinary skills! that would be fun.

    i still can't believe parking is free up there. i am still stupefied. [face_hypnotized]
     
  2. Ms_Skywalker

    Ms_Skywalker Jedi Knight star 3

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    A Jedi Picnic! It doesn't get any cooler than this. I'll bring homemade cookies for y'all to munch
     
  3. JedHead1

    JedHead1 Jedi Master star 5

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    When I first went there, I asked about picnics, and the guard said they weren't really allowed, I guess for the mess factor and it being a new place and all. Maybe soon. If we have time, we can go next door to the Palace of Fine Arts and pretend it's Naboo. :)
     
  4. skye_solo

    skye_solo Jedi Youngling star 3

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    The Palace of Fine Arts...is that that round, Mediterranean looking building? I wondered what it was. I would be very interested in going over there. I love Mediterranean architecture.
     
  5. Harlock415

    Harlock415 Jedi Padawan star 4

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    That's where the Exploratorium is. Now that's a fun place. The archetecture is very beautiful and even once served as the "Vatican" for the movie Stigmata. It was also featured in the movie Time after Time. The Palace of Fine Arts is pretty much all that's left from the World's Fair that San Francisco hosted shortly after the great Quake and Fire of 1906.
     
  6. StarSmuggler

    StarSmuggler Jedi Padawan star 4

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    That dome also reminded me of Naboo. A picnic over there sounds nice. I'll bring the blue milk...j/k
     
  7. jawbreaker666

    jawbreaker666 Jedi Youngling star 1

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    I'm pretty sure that the dome is what inspired some of that in a creation and look of theed.
     
  8. JedHead1

    JedHead1 Jedi Master star 5

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    Look for our group photo in the next issue of Bantha Tracks. :)
     
  9. Callisto_DAerisian

    Callisto_DAerisian Jedi Knight star 2

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    Re: Naboo Picnic...OMG I will have to bring my luggage for some young jedi to carry for me and fawn over me... 8-}

    Re: Theed...that is SO true never even thought of that! very similar architecture indeed.

    Re: Bantha Tracks...REALLY? matt let us know when, i will need to subscribe to be a hyperspace member then, also because i feel left out when you guys refer to stuff in there!!! o_O

     
  10. kay_dee

    kay_dee Jedi Master star 4

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    Right on Matt, I was almost going to pm you the other day suggesting that you send it in! I was even thinking of the girls picture with a caption to the effect of 'Star Wars isn't just for the boys'. ;)

    - Kay Dee
     
  11. ARASHI

    ARASHI Jedi Youngling star 2

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    :) Hey guys!!!
    Very nice pictures, I wish I was in some of them :_| .
    It was very nice of you guys what you did for Brit :)
    You guys are so sweet :D

    For sure i'll be there in the next meeting.
    when is going to be?
    probably I will see you soon, are we still going to Sta. Cruz?

     
  12. Tatooinepadme

    Tatooinepadme Jedi Youngling star 3

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    I second the feeling about needing to subscribe to Bantha Tracks so as not to miss out. lol
    Speaking of the exploratorium, we should do a group trip to the tactile dome there sometime. It's a lot of fun. The museum itself is really cool also. I found out of a machine there that my hands don't generate any electricity so I'm not sure I am technically alive. javascript:fnMarkupFace('laugh');
     
  13. kay_dee

    kay_dee Jedi Master star 4

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    Sorry I forgot to do this last month.

    Here are my pictures from the meeting at the Presidio

    http://kay-dee.net/sffanforce/

    - Kay Dee
     
  14. jawbreaker666

    jawbreaker666 Jedi Youngling star 1

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    Cool Pictures :)
     
  15. Callisto_DAerisian

    Callisto_DAerisian Jedi Knight star 2

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    u took good pics, kathy. thanks for sharing! i will definitely save the one with my bro and me :) sorry we missed most of the last meeting due to logistical issues. LOL
     
  16. Mara_Jade_Fan

    Mara_Jade_Fan Jedi Knight star 6

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    Wrong thread
     
  17. Jedi_Tenken

    Jedi_Tenken Jedi Master star 4

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    My electrical reading was off the scale... Could be a Force-sensitivity test.
     
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