Dot Com Lunch – 20 Tons of Pubic Hair Edition

Last week, there was no Dot Com Lunch because I was cruising the British Virgin Islands aboard a mega yacht. However, I made it back to the OC in time to host this week’s lunch at Pho Ba Co.

We had a really big turn our for today pre-Valentine’s Day lunch. We got only 13 RVSPs, but over twenty people showed up. We have a standing policy that if you show up without a RSVP, you have to buy us lunch, so make sure you RSVP for the next meetup if you don’t want to do that.

On the episode of the Dot Com Lunch, I’m looking for a stand in John Chow, Oscar feeds a raw lime to his baby, the Marketing Download Blab, and 20 tons of pubic hair. That’s a lot of hair! 😛

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4 thoughts on “Dot Com Lunch – 20 Tons of Pubic Hair Edition”

  1. Christian says:

    I would love to step in for your traveling.

    I’m qualified because
    #1I have a passport
    #2 I love airports, air planes, first class and beach resorts.
    #3 I can speak Spanish and can share the Jon Chow message in two languages which helps you reach a new and growing audience.
    #4. I’ll represent the Jon Chow brand in an appropriate way.

    lol, sign me up.

    Thank’s again for the meetup.

  2. faisal says:

    The title of the post surprised me.

  3. DW says:

    I would be the perfect winter replacement for John Chow Travels the World. I have a full head of hair, just like John Chow, and thus will never be mistaken for An Idiot Abroad like Oscar would be. I speak fourteen languages, two of them telepathically. I’m a man of wealth and taste, who’s been around for a long, long year, and stolen many a man’s soul and faith, but I always give them back like the magician who lifted your watch, because I have no use for any of that stuff. I am well versed in the arts of going with the flow, looking before I leap, and this end up. I like my Pho shaken, not stirred. I don’t always apply for non-existent prizes, but when I do, it’s on John Chow’s blog.

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