Irgendwer keeps reporting / story-telling strange meetings. For the first time (Edit in 2015: And the only time ever)
he uses the language of corporate BS and marketing on his down-to-earth setter's website:
[Some weird three-letter acronym] - An Exceptional Meeting
It sounds very EPSI:
They were very shy and hid from the public during their conventions. In order not to be disturbed they usually started their meetings after dawn and chose hidden locations like a lonesome vineyard somewhere in the countryside. Some of them even did show up in disguise in order not to be recognised.
Do we detect some kind of business relevance / commercialization here? Can the EPSI board tolerate it? Or do
we need a Donate Button on this website here anyway?
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