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December 18, 2006

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[Source: Drew B's take on tech PR] quoted: If you're ever in Reading, where I live, and in need of a coffee there's a place I've just found and would v v highly recommend. It gets a few mentions on some blogs (locals here, here and here seem to love it... [Read More]

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ah, reading, home of the three guineas and plenty of drunk public school boys on their sundays off!

Ed

And drunk me! You been here then Ed?

indeed i have - i was at boarding school just down the road (in sunny sunny crowthorne) for five years and at prep school (in sandhurst for two years before that).

its laissez faire attitude to photocopy'd id's stuck in some laminate meant the three g's was a regular place to get drunk on our sunday's off...
Ed

Ah so you're a local. Didn't grow up here myself so haven't graduated through the 3g's ranks :-)


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