So how was it for you……..the highlights and lowlights?

As I mentioned earlier, conference is always a mixture of emotions, but none more so than this year. I thought it would be fun if we could do a meme in the comments thread and answer the following questions:

  • The funniest moment
  • The saddest moment
  • The most embarrassing moment (OK, so I know its only me has them!)
  • The most challenging moment
  • The moment I will remember most
  • And please feel free to add to the list.

    My answers? You’ll have to wait until the end of the day for those!

    And to start with I’m tagging Helen Duffett 🙂

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    • Chris Stanbra 24th Sep '10 - 8:23pm

      The funniest moment – Tim Farron’s “That’s not my name” at the Glee Club
      The saddest moment – I wasn’t there but I’d guess the Cyril Smith tribute
      The most embarrassing moment – When the votes of 33 delegates denied day visitors the right to vote at conference
      The most challenging moment – Those quiz questions on Monday and Tuesday night
      The moment I will remember most – Those scary security people

    • cheltenham Robin 24th Sep '10 - 9:42pm

      The funniest moment – The audience during Nick’s speech indicating that – yes they would quite like their children to pay their credit card bill.

      The saddest moment – Tim Farron’s tribute to Cyril Smith at the rally

      The most embarrassing moment – Me saying to Susan Kramer that I would probably support her as she would have more time than Tim as she was not an MP (whoops)

      The most challenging moment – blagging my way into the Sky News reception

      The moment I will remember most – Visiting the Beatles story

    • Funniest : Nick Clegg trying to convince his children that from Leader to DPM was not a demotion.
      Saddest : Having to leave earlier.
      Embarassing : Talking to the wrong Minister Norman about transport (he was polite though)
      Challenging : Follow some of the main hall processes as a first time attendee.
      Remember the most : 3 ministers setting off the the metal detector alarms.

    • Chris Stanbra 24th Sep '10 - 10:08pm

      The most embarrassing moment – When the votes of 33 delegates denied day visitors the right to vote at conference
      Err…. “vote” should read “speak”

    • Ruth Bright 25th Sep '10 - 1:20pm

      Funniest: being confused with my Mum who was also a delegate (actually, on reflection, not so funny)

      Saddest: Simon Hughes talking in his speech about the late Hilary Wines (former Lib Dem leader in Southwark)

      Embarrassing: stripping off at security until they discovered I had metal bits in my shoes which made the machine buzz

      Challenging: the ‘positive action is evil’ brigade at the diversity debate

      Most remember: daughter’s glee when I brought her home a ‘Yellow Submarine’ T-Shirt

    • @Chris Stanbra – given you were on the winning quiz team on Monday and the runner up team on Tuesday (and you weren’t in an over sized team) they must have been more challenging for other people.

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