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I live in New Orleans and would be happy to buy you lunch or dinner at one of my favorite restaurants.  As for exploring the night life, we're kind of in different age groups (I'm 40), so I might prove to be a little dull for you. However, I might be able to give you a bit of a tour all the same.  I also might be able to recruit fellow monk, cerberus who lives nearby and works with me and is about 30 years old--a little closer in age.  I'll message you with my telephone number.

That's Spenser, with an "s" like the detective.

In reply to Re: PerlMonks in the New Orleans area by Spenser
in thread PerlMonks in the New Orleans area by japhy

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