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Old 1st January 2009, 10:19 PM   #1
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I'm curious. Have any list members ever visited Sakuma-San's restaurant?
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Old 2nd January 2009, 10:34 PM   #2
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I'm curious. Have any list members ever visited Sakuma-San's restaurant?
I have no plans to take part in the Hajj either...

I have read enough translations of his writings that a visit is rather down on my list of trips. I am sure it could be interesting, but there are lots more interesting folks I'd like to visit first. Gary Pimm for one.
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Gary Pimm for one.

Ok. But does he have a restaurant?
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I don't know that I would want to swallow his design philosophy hook, line, and sinker, but the prospect of an excellent meal in the midst of a forest of gorgeously built tube hardware is intriguing. The meals must cost a pretty penny to bankroll all that Tango iron.
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Ok. But does he have a restaurant?
I go see him even if all I got to eat were peanut butter sandwiches and/or mac-n-cheese!
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