Re: [78attendees] Maastricht keychain and shopping cart/trolley?

Ole Jacobsen <ole@cisco.com> Mon, 02 August 2010 18:31 UTC

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Yes, indeed, it is a "fake Euro coin" that serves the same purpose as 
a real one for releasing a shopping card, hence the shopping cart logo 
on it. Kind of a "local" souvernir, but I think that makes it fun, 
it's not like you can use your PASPY card much outside Hiroshima 
either.


Ole J. Jacobsen
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Cisco Systems
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On Mon, 2 Aug 2010, David A. Bryan wrote:

> Sorry to spam the list post-meeting, but I was wondering if one of the
> Europeans on the list could explain the keychain we received at the
> social, and the small shopping cart symbol. Does this pop out to use
> as a deposit for a shopping cart (my first guess, but it doesn't seem
> to come out)? Somehow attach to a shopping cart?
> 
> I know, stupid question I'm sure, but I'm curious...
> 
> David
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