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[ale] Database consulting in return for homebrew?
It was 95 (I think) when GA made the attempt to begin to join the rest of
the civilized world. I suspected the "covert" part was related to a date
function. I do know that many CH people were frequently found at amber waves
(sniff! ) as I ran into them often.
2008/12/8 Sid Lane <jakes.dad at gmail.com>
> when I joined in '91 homebrewing was still illegal in GA (being the
> enlightened, non-corrupt state that we are). there was a guy (forget his
> name) who was an club officer at the time (one of the founders/president, I
> believe) who was a Dr (MD) in the Navy at the time at the NAS who, had he
> ever been "busted" for his extra-curricular activities would have been in
> deep shtuff w/the Navy. according to him they didn't care about people
> brewing (off-base) but frowned on officers getting arrested by local
> authorities no matter how idiotic the law.
> hence the club's name: "Covert Hops" :D
> 2008/12/8 Jim Kinney <jim.kinney at gmail.com>
>> I suspect it has something to do with AmberWaves...
>> James P. Kinney III
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