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OK/Cancel Leaves London

January 25th, 2005 by Kevin Cheng :: see related comic

Well I’m back from Spain and Portugal but not for long. Soon, I will be moving all that I own back to North America … Vancouver, Canada to be exact from where I’ll try to figure what to do next.

Before I go however, I’d like to invite OK/Cancel UK readers to join me for a drink:

Where: Amber Bar downstairs bar in Soho
When: Thursday, January 27th, 2005, 20h00 (8pm)

I know the notice is kind of short but I hope some of you can make it out anyways. I’ll try to wear one of the OK/Cancel shirts so I’m easy to find. Come say hi before OK/Cancel loses its European representation! And if you plan to come, do drop a note here or by e-mail so I can look for you.

7 Responses to “OK/Cancel Leaves London”
Alyson Munroe wrote:

Hi Kevin,
As one of your readers in Vancouver, I’d say we should have welcome drinks when you arrive here.
Alyson Munroe
Usability Manager
Teligence Communications Inc.

a{j{h}} wrote:

I just have to say the part of the HCI rap where you give your greetings for London cracks me up. I’m not hating. I just haven’t heard many authentic Brits.

Pedro Custódio wrote:

Well, we met in Lisbon, during your call, didn’t know you were moving, otherwise I would have bougth you a drink! Hope the move brings all that you’re searching for!

Nick Fine wrote:

Kevin -

Would have loved to come down but am Amsterdam on Thurs. Good luck with the move, I know how much of a pita it can be, having moved back to London from 2 years in Berkeley many moons ago. All those little nick nacks have to go - you’ve gotta be brutal :)

Bon voyage, and I look forward to continued OKCancelling from you from Vancouver.

Best,

N

Kevin Cheng wrote:

I just have to say the part of the HCI rap where you give your greetings for London cracks me up. I’m not hating. I just haven’t heard many authentic Brits.

and I just have to say that I’m actually Canadian and that was one of the worst imitations of a Brit accent ever so don’t go on that for what Brits sound like ;) Tom forced me to do it!

Tom Chi wrote:

Actually, I wanted him to say something funnier that might of gotten him in trouble with his girlfriend and also potentially arrested. But we made a reasonable compromise.

Andrew Beatty wrote:

Count me in for welcome drinks !
(another Vancouver reader)


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