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  1. The Inner Harbor was already hurting when Otakon first got there. On the very first Baltimore year we went to pool hall with a name that started with Charles (Charles Billiards?) that was on the skywalk near the Hyatt. It was gone the next year, and nothing else was put in place as far as shopping or entertainment. The last year Otakon was in Baltimore they were turning that skywalk level into a parking lot. I would bet the hotels are really hurting too. Taking down the skywalks was not beneficial either, but they did not want to pay to rehab them from what I understand. Over time, Harbor Plac
  2. I have seen the same person wear the 1994 shirt to a bunch of Otakons. Stopped wearing mine when the colors started to fade, and the tongue was no longer pink.
  3. I was not sure which year it was, but that is also my favorite. Alas, it sits in a drawer never to be worn again because I don't want to wear it out.
  4. Gave most of my Otakon shirts away, but kept a few for sentimental value. 1994, 1995, the long sleeve black one (my all time favorite), blue denim shirt, and a few of the recent ones. Used to buy one every year, gave them to someone who would wear them.
  5. Not a contract person, and I was only speculating. Never heard of "force majeure" before. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Force_majeure
  6. I would visit the Barnes & Noble multiple times during the convention. It is sad to see them close that store, but I never saw the full check out lines there compared to my local B&N stores. πŸ™
  7. I will guess that future contracts will be a lot more complex. Maybe pandemic clauses?
  8. The Good: Otakon still going on in some way, even though we could not be at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center together. People willing to volunteer their time to entertain us. Much appreciated! πŸ˜€ πŸ€œπŸ€› πŸ™‚ The Bad: The volume levels on the presentations were all over the map. You could barely hear one person, but have your ears blown off when changing to a different channel. Would have liked to see a dedicated Anime channel, even if it was something we have seen 100s of times. Twitch has done Pokemon and Yugi Oh marathons, so it may be possible to get rights
  9. I saw some of it, and was jokingly going to put up a Good, Bad, Ugly thread for it. 🀭
  10. You can start fermenting your own con funk and have it ready by Saturday. Pop the sealed lid and PEW! Just like being at the real convention. πŸ˜†
  11. Well, to be fair I did have a couple of gadgets he probably didn't, like a teaspoon and an open mind.

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