Thanks to everybody who came out to the Lee's Summit meetup on Saturday. I really enjoyed getting to talk with everyone, and I'm not kidding when I say that it was quite the reminder how incredibly smart our readers are. A little intimidating, even.
Speaking of intimidation, a lot of these guys have beards, and pretty much all of them are better beards than mine. Perhaps there is a lesson in that, something involving razors.
The wings at the Peanut are large, from mutant chickens or perhaps miniature ostriches. Old Abe there offers some context.
As promised, we brought along a bunch of shirts (with a brand-new, semi-secret graphic design on them) and a trunkload of old hardware from Damage Labs to give away.
Next up on the calendar is TR BBQ X on August 17. We'll be hauling up even more hardware to hand out there. Also, the guys have purchased the fireworks for the evening display. Check it out:
Plan on making your way to Holland, Michigan for the day.
Oh, and in case you missed it, this is the worst sort of computer bug ever.
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