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Re: Yet Another WCW 2002 Speaker
I don't think a west coast convention is a no-no, it's just that there is a strong feeling that they don't work because of poor attendance, based on some experiences in the past. This is just my personal effort to find out how likely people from the east and mid-west are to come. They do make up the bulk of AKA members, even if we do have a strong contingent out here now.
At 08:52 PM 10/30/01 -0500, you wrote:
> When did West Coast Conventions become a no-no? The first big AKA
>Convention was in LA in 1964. There were the two great BAKA led Conventions
>in 1969 and 1972. I am curious when it became the conventional wisdom that
>the West Coast was a poor choice. I thought California always had alot of
>really good killie people.
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Barry J. Cooper, Prof., Dept. Biomedical Sciences, Cornell University
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