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Upcoming and Proposed Meets
Towel Day 2007, Edinburgh, 12 May 2007
It's that time again! Researchers will be meeting in the usual place, The Standing Order, George Street, Edinburgh, from 1pm on Saturday 12 May. There is a 'typically vague and uninformative page' at: A19187689.
The Leeds Rhubarb Meander, 12 May 2007
This meet up will be taking place in the city centre of Leeds. The current suggestion is to meet at the Scarborough Hotel, which is just across the road from Leeds rail station. Sign up and read more about it here.
The h2g2 University
After a two-year absence, it's back - the h2g2 University, where you can create projects on your own specialised subjects...
Dire Straits Fan Club
Calling Dire Straits Fans......Is There Anybody Home?
Relaxed place for gardeners or plant fiddlers.
The Campaign for Thursday
The most popular uprising against the Thingites ever, the Campaign for Thursday is not to be mocked. Join in with the T3N thread, have a drink or ten at the bar, or just wipe yourself out...
The campaign to re-name the Thingites "Prats"
Are you bored with the Thingites and their extremly dull prattle? Are you a Thursdayite? Are you looking for an excuse to party? Are you getting bored right now? If so (or if not) join the society - You get a badge!!
We rent the same DVD once a month. Then we talk about it. Simple! Far fewer rules than Fight Club.....People are always asking me if I know Tyler Durden.
Are you forming a new club? Why not pop over to the Classified Ads and let us know! You can also promote your group by writing an introductory piece and submitting it to The Post for extra publicity and potentially more members. Just use the link at the bottom of this page.
The Post Links Page points you towards the best of h2g2. Everything from information and campaigns to eating and drinking venues, virtual lands or clubs.
The Post Archives are a repository for all things Post related. Divided into easy-to-use categories, they get bigger at a frightening pace. Well worth a visit, whether to re-read a favourite article or catch up on something you missed.
All entries for this feature should be mailed to The Post Box.