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A packed meetingPacked Meeting - The Business Meeting was unusually busy due to the expectd vote on the Best Dramatic Presentation split.


DIY SMOFDIY SMOF - The Business Meeting supplied the means to make your own propellor beanie.


Making historyMaking History - Pat McMurray carefully transcribes on of Kevin's precendent-making rulings..


And this one is for databases...And this one is for databases... Kevin explains his collection of badge ribbons to Steve Wozniak.


Oh no...Oh no, what I have I done? - Vince Docherty suddenly reaslizes that in an hour or so's time he will once again be a Worldcon chair.


The final ballotAs the last voter places her ballot in the box, various SMOFs stand ready to count.


Another vote for Rottnest IslandAnother vote for Rottnest Island - the counting committee is hard at work trying to decide which is the most amusing write-in candidate.


Tiny, aren't they.Tiny, aren't they - Liz Williams and Al Reynolds bemoan the small size of American "pint" classes.



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