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||Posted - 01/26/2012 : 12:03:37 PM
Clara: How I wish I had known you were in Phoenix! I would have taken you to lunch. I was in a LYS on Tuesday and overheard a salesman telling the store owner that he and many others wanted the show to move to Vegas. Did you hear that at the show?
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||Posted - 01/29/2012 : 11:07:36 AM
Gads! Las Vegas! I could be there this time next year. Now, to think of a way for a member of the general public to get in.... Yes, I know this is a limited showing, if I could just stand outside and breathe second hand yarn fumes.
||Posted - 01/26/2012 : 6:00:41 PM
After the way the Arizona Governor (and others) have been acting, I'm surprised the convention organizers went to Arizona at all. In my experience, knitters prefer open hearted settings.
The witty woman is a tragic figure in American life. Wit destroys eroticism and eroticism destroys wit, so women must choose between taking lovers and taking no prisoners. --Florence King
||Posted - 01/26/2012 : 12:20:14 PM
Hi Nancy! I heard no rumor about Las Vegas - more that the show was going back to California next year. Sorry I missed you!
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