Ok, folks. If you're in or near the Kansas City metro area, you should plan to join us at the end of next week, on Saturday, May 3, for another TR meet-up. Like last time, we'll be gathering at The Peanut in Lee's Summit. We'll get started at 8PM and hang out until, uh, whenever.
As always, I'll try to cart in some leftover test hardware from Damage Labs to give away. We might have some additional goodies to hand out, as well.
The main thing, of course, is to meet and talk with some of the best folks you'll find anywhere: TR readers. These gatherings always produce lively conversation and seem to end too soon. You're missing out if you don't come and join us.
Also, here's a reminder about The Peanut's legendary wings, which are reason enough to make the effort:
Put the TR meet-up into your fancy-schmancy digital calendars for May 3 at 8PM right now, so you won't forget!
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