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RPGoddess

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  1. I don't think most of the places around the BCC would carry those kinds. Max's in Fells Point (it's a tavern with over 300 kinds of beer) may have it around though!
  2. Also, bring an umbrella! Last year I got SOAKED standing in the pre-reg line on Thursday! Soaked! Remember: Be prepared.
  3. Oh man, the cashier always looks at me funny when I buy a bottle of diet Bawls at the Farms store. Also awesome: Starbucks DoubleShot coffee/energy drinks.
  4. I'm actually in a pretty good place, financially speaking. My job is stable, I bought a house I can afford, and I don't carry any large amounts of credit card debt. I have, however, already invested a lot of time and money into my AA table, so I'll be there come hell or high water. (I did, however, hear a rumor of a rumor that Aramark is going out of business - granted, absolutely no news stories have been posted on the interwebs, but I wonder what that would mean for the con? Source: co-worker's aunt-in-law is an accountant for Aramark; so any information I know is from the Smalltimore
  5. YES!!!! The Immortal Shatner. And let's not forget his stirring renditions of "Mr. Tambourine Man" and "Lucy in the Sky With Diamonds".
  6. It should also be noted that you can take the Light Rail to Hunt Valley (although it's a bit of a long ride - not too long, though) they have a 12 screen Regal Cinemas there.
  7. Go Ravens gogogogogogogogogogogo I, like other citizens of my fair city, am wearin' purple today.
  8. I have officially (as of last weekend) started making stuff for my AA table... now to begin 6 months of work work work work oh-my-god-better-get-a-table-WHEN-IS-AA-REGISTRATION?!?! @__________@-work-work-work RadishMart will be back next year and better than ever! I hope. I haven't ever NOT been able to get a table (because I am pretty on top of that sort of thing), but I still worry, especially since so much work is put into my products.
  9. Maybe it would be better if the point person just gave their cell phone number out so that whomever is actually coming could, say, call the point person at least two hours prior to the meetup to double-confirm their place, so that any changes to the reservation could be made? Just a thought.
  10. 1) Being interviewed for the Funimation podcast (awesome, I am famous) 2) BEST COSPLAY EVER: That person who cosplayed Relax Bear. assdfkjslkdfjseoriuioserjsdlkfj made my week/month/year and now I want to cosplay Nyan Nyan Nyanko (possibly a cake). Me at my AA table as the Relax Bear perused my table: :DDDDDDDDDD
  11. Prereg: $55 AA table: $70 Parking (which was split four ways) $12 Dealer's room: $100 Foods: $15, plus $20 snacks for AA So, about $272, but I did make that back at the table - though being at an AA table 95% of the time (aside from smoke breaks and my one trip to the Dealer's Room) is a decidedly different experience than most congoers. ^^ I haven't been to a con for the con in forever! ... It sure is great to live in Baltimore, not to mention a ~10-15 minute drive from downtown. Free rooming!
  12. Hey there! I was the radish lady (Radish Mart, good times) in the Artist's Alley - I've never been photographed so much in my life! Does anyone have pictures? I'd like to see 'em!
  13. The only place I know that ships to the US: http://www.capsuletokyo.com/ (They're based in France, so their English is less than fantastic) Hope it helps
  14. It's just that Spike is such a... depthy character to say the least - sure, Keanu might be able to pull off the action bits, but if any of his previous work is an indicator, he's not too great expressing any complexity in his character. True, perhaps it's the roles he's been cast into. How about Adrien Brody? Better actor. Oscar winner. He also would look a suprising lot like Spike.
  15. Keanu Reeves?! Really? Ugh. The man has all the personality (and acting ability) of a cardboard box.
  16. Unless it was like this year's Katsucon..... elevator. (omg, did any of you go to Katsucon? I think I lost 5 pounds endlessly climbing stairs.)
  17. Man, I can't stand the abbreviation "idk," as well as other "short forms" of commonly used phrases. How hard is it to type properly? a/s/l ne1?! Also, I have a sort of strange name (Shari Fedak - no relation insofar as I know to Chris Fedak, producer of NBC's Chuck), so whenever anyone gets even vaguely close, I'm happy. I've gotten "Sherry Vedac", "Sherri Sedack", "Shary Fedick"............ the list goes on and on. Damn my Ukrainian/Polish/Hungarian/Galacian/whatever heritage. x___x
  18. Man, Monster has ruined me for so much anime... ;____; RUINED. I tried to watch Death Note, as I heard it was a "thoughtful" anime; however, it just seemed like a lot of posturing. I did like the idea, though, but I wished they got more into the "morality question" part and less into the "ain't I cool" bit. Also it's more fun to cosplay Death Note than it is to cosplay Monster. How does one even cosplay Monster?
  19. I'm going with a seriously depleted roster of Fake Radish Studios members. ;;; Usually there's 6+ of us at our tables, but our 'organizes everything' guy will be assisting his wife at home, as they just had their first child. He's also our 'raffle' guy, so we will not be having the super Artist Alley disruption raffle this time... As it looks, it'll be me, my husband, and two other people. Rather sparse! To be honest, I haven't con CONNED in a really long time - I'm practically chained to my Artist's Alley table the entire convention. o_o At least I'll have my husband to bring me fo
  20. While I don't have your 'xs' problem (although part of me wishes I did), I ALWAYS have a fit problem. I'm a weirdly curvy lady (41-29-40; large bust, big ol' childbearing hips, very small waist), so I always have to get my clothes tailored at the waist to avoid looking like a sack of potatoes. I'm actually kind of glad things are getting a little bigger - you can tailor down, but you can't tailor up.
  21. Regarding the Starbucks, there's also another one right across the street from Harborplace on the second floor of the Gallery, which, insofar as I know, is still open. Small, but the baristas there are always nicer anyway. Quick like bunnies, too.
  22. Am I the only one disturbed by Obama's feminine gap between his legs in that animation? o____o;;;
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