I agree that if we meet a member of ISC, we are likely to discuss a few things related to it. The same did happen to me. I was delighted to meet Juana on two occasions and appreciate her gracious hospitality and was thrilled also to be lucky to meet two of the editors due to a happenchance opportunity. I had thought, too, it would be a good idea to try and meet members in case I happen to be taking a trip to their town/city since through your forum posts I know where a few of you stay. I had decided that I could contact the member and inquire whether they were interested in meeting if they had the time. However, the pandemic has put a halt to this idea since all travel plans have gone for a toss.
Coming back to what we'll talk about on meeting a member from ISC, the conversations I had only briefly touched upon ISC. In fact, when I had the opportunity to meet the editors, I practically begged them not to talk about ISC! It was nice to converse about general topics and our families. So if I do stumble upon an ISCian, I would steer the conversation away from ISC for sure.
Just a thought- I don't think it is necessary to emphasize that the person we met/will meet is from the North or South or wherever. There is enough regionalism in politics and other fields, so let's keep our narration of such experiences out of these narrow confines.
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