[vcf-midatlantic] HOPE -- Urgent -- please read

Evan Koblentz evan at snarc.net
Fri Jul 6 10:50:31 EDT 2018

Hi -- both days is strongly preferred. I'll send you a private message. 

On 07/06/2018 10:22 AM, Bob Aviles wrote:
>   Hi,
>    I am interested in working in the booth, but do I have to stay more than one day? If so I can work for two days.
> Bobby
>      On Friday, July 6, 2018, 12:41:23 AM EDT, Evan Koblentz via vcf-midatlantic <vcf-midatlantic at lists.vcfed.org> wrote:
>   VCF is in a bind for HOPE.
> Our plan was to demonstrate hacks for vintage computers. I'm planning to
> do an Apple II section, Jeff B. planned for the C-64 side, and Dean was
> considering Atari/Tandy portions.
> Tonight I found out that Jeff decided not to go and Dean has a schedule
> conflict.
> That means we have two problems.
> 1. It would be lame if our entire demo is just me (and possibly Mouse).
> 2. VCF bought a couple of tickets already. If they don't get used, then
> they go to waste. They are expensive!
> So, bottom line, there are a couple of tickets available FOR FREE in
> exchange for contributing to / working our booth. We also have a hotel
> room there with two beds, so you have a free place to stay overnight.
> The catch? I urgently need FIRM COMMITMENTS. (As I've said with other
> requests through the years, put yourself in my shoes -- it's incredibly
> frustrating when there are a bunch of replies saying, "Wish I could,
> sorry" -- that doesn't help anyone -- or when people take advantage of
> the offer for a free ticket and then don't wind up helping much at our
> table. It's happened a couple of times.)

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