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11 April 2005 @ 06:38 am
More reunion talk  
As it turns out, tickets are $78 each, and there's an extra $17 for the bio book thingy.  It's in October, which means two things:
1:  I'll have just gotten married, and cash will be even shorter than it is now.
2:  I'll have just gotten married, and if I'm going I'll want to show off my new bride, which means two tickets.

I stay in contact with some people I graduated with, but there are some very notable exceptions.  And some of the people I'd want to hang with weren't in my class.  So I'm back in debate mode on if I'm going or not.....
Master Thomastommyomega on April 12th, 2005 12:37 am (UTC)
What do you get for this $78 (each? each?!)? That might be a factor of whether or not to go. My high school reunion required $65 for a meal and an outing for the day at Knott's Berry Farm. Oh, and don't let me forget, that it was a combined reunion of 1992 and 1993 (because we 1992 bastards apparently didn't care enough to get together)...

Needless to say, I didn't go. If I went, it would be to beat the crap outta people I didn't get a chance to in high school because I needed to graduate.
Idtechnomonkey on April 12th, 2005 01:36 am (UTC)
As it turns out...
fuzzygondolfuzzygondol on April 12th, 2005 06:18 am (UTC)
Re: As it turns out...
Master Thomastommyomega on April 13th, 2005 07:49 pm (UTC)
Gate Crasher?
Nothing says you can't stop by the hotel and have drinks in the lobby to talk to people who happen to attend that you may want to see but haven't seen...
lindasings on April 12th, 2005 10:13 pm (UTC)
Weighing the Choices
As usual, spending when you've got limited means equals chosing NOT to spend on something else. There's a certain amount of cash -- will it go to the reunion or to two tickets to Spamalot or Dirty Rotten Scoundrels? Or lots and lots of DVDs and CDs on your wish list? When you really think through, "What am I willing to give up in order to have this?" it becomes easier to make the decision.