PARTY: CryoFeast at the Exclave - Saturday, December 6, 1997

Romana Machado (
Tue, 11 Nov 1997 18:28:00 -0800

Cryonics is the technology for freezing a person after a terminal illness or
a fatal accident, in the hope that medical science can revive that person in
the future.

In honor of the Alcor Foundation, who have been pioneers in cryonics
research and technical development for more than twenty years, and are
currently the largest provider of cryonics services in the world, and
especially in thankful memory of the late Dr. Timothy Leary's effort to
publicize their cause, we are gleefully throwing open the doors of the
Exclave to all cryonicists, transhumans, extropians, and merely curious
for a gala CryoFeast, Saturday, December 6, 1997, beginning at 2 o'clock in
the afternoon.

We'll provide plates, cups, tableware, and wacky party decorations. To
entertain you all, your hostess will single-handedly roast a super-size
turkey (successfully defrosted and made into delicious food!) and a huge
batch of roast potatoes with garlic. Please bring a favorite dish or
beverages to share with others.

The Exclave - the home of Geoff Dale, Dave Krieger, and Romana Machado - is
located at 819 Pierino Ave, in Sunnyvale, California.
The phone number is (408)730-1990. You can now find directions from the web
at, but just in case this is inconvenient - here they

>From San Francisco:
Take 101 South to 85 South.
Take the 82 South/El Camino Real exit towards Sunnyvale.
Drive 2.7 miles on El Camino Real.
Left at Fair Oaks Ave.
Right at Iris Ave. Drive 3 blocks.
Right onto Pierino Ave.
Continue to the end of the street, we're tucked away to the right.

>From the East Bay:
Take I-880 South.
Take the 237 West.
Take the Lawrence Expressway exit North.
Right on Reed Ave.
Left on Wolfe Road.
Right on Iris Ave.
Left onto Pierino Ave.
Continue to the end of the street, we're tucked away to the right.

P.S. Some of you may receive this invitation twice!
P.P.S. Further information about the Alcor Foundation can be found at