Thursday, October 02, 2008

Grrr. Arrrgh. (that's dino sounds to you)

12 comments:

Heather said...

I love the 'including mini quiches'...
WHAT?!
Hope it goes well and you are honoured. Or honored.
Whatever.

gnat said...

THANKS!
When asked for my input on food items to serve, I asked for two things "dino buddies" that I had seen at the store and I thought were hilarious (although I couldn't figure out what 'food' they were), and mini quiches (yum!).
:)
Nobody understands my Canadian spelling here... *sigh*

Kilometres said...

So awesome. I'd love it if you could get recording of it and share it with people!

Wish I could attend! I friggin' LOVE dinosaurs.

Lulu said...

Aw man! I'm so disappointed that someone already commented on the mini quiches. I totally found that hilarious. I hope they are good mini quiches to live up to all this hype. Good luck!!

gnat said...

when I proof-read the flyer I thought the quiche comment was a little odd, but way too funny to not include - I'm glad I was right!!!

Anonymous said...

Not so much 'Canadian' spelling as it is 'correct' spelling... Damn Webster and his mispellings.

gnat said...

There's rumours of someone taping the lecture. I have responded to the rumours by saying they only have permission if they provide me with DVDs.

Shannon said...

Congrats Nat! Looks like an interesting talk. Wish I could be there. Are you going to show your pyrite triceratops? :-)

gnat said...

I'm totally debating the pyrite triceratops! I can't believe you remember!!!
Maybe I'll conclude with it... I've put it in and taken it out about a hundred times while making the talk...

Shannon said...

You could put it in as an opening or closing joke. Best of luck with the talk. I had to give a talk at an Australian conference this year and I got so nervous about it. I think I've gotten out of practice. Too many industry reports I think.

rockbuddy said...

I had the great joy of being there.
Gnat ROCKED.

I was very proud!!!

The Quiches were great!

Kilometres said...

I played trivial pursuit this past weekend. For a pie: How many horns does a triceratops have.

I know... we rule.