The convention is over and we’re back home. It was a fun (but not profitable) trip that I will write more about tomorrow. Right now it’s time to unpack, wind down and try to get to sleep. I’m back to work tomorrow, so there is no rest for the wicked!
- The drive to Nashville from Atlanta isn’t too bad. We managed to avoid all the Friday Follies traffic and it was fun driving the winding curvy roads up here.
- We both had a blonde moment and forgot out banners and signs. Gee, sounds like we had a Con fail.
- The hotel is the Clubhouse Inn & Suites. It’s a nice place, we think it used to be a Hampton property of some sort.
- When we pulled in, we parked next to a guy from Atlanta that worked on the Walking Dead. Of course, he knew Miracole and Chris Burns. Apparently if you work in the film industry in Atlanta, you have run across these fine people.
- We’re thinking evil thoughts to the Google programmer that made our map from the hotel to the venue. While we enjoyed the unguided tour of east Nashville, we would have liked to do after we loaded in our table!
- Of all the places to enter the Tennessee Fairgrounds, we managed to find the abandoned looking one. As we drove through, we felt like Rod Sterling or Rob Zombie would find us find and we would never would be heard from again.
- There is nothing like the harsh light of a hotel room with a floor length mirror to give you an honest look at one’s body status. Good lord, I need to lose some weight!
Time to quit messing around and get some Think Weasel! work done, more later.
It’s the end of an Era. Hopefully the next generation will rise to the challenge of vision and innovation.
As Reuters reports and Apple has confirmed, Apple CEO Steve Jobs is stepping down from his leadership position. Apple’s Board of Directors has named Tim Cook the company’s new CEO. Jobs has been elected Chairman of the Board.
This is what passes for news these days in Atlanta, just damn.
Hair thieves have struck again in southwest Atlanta, smashing their way through a glass door and grabbing human hair valued at $50,000 total from a store on Camp Creek Parkway, Channel 2 Action News reports.
Some interesting points I’m taking under advisement!
There are so many awful comics. Every Comic Con is loaded with independent comics that should never have seen the light of day. Bad artists and equally bad writers pool their money and send some publishing company a digital copy of their monstrous piece of crap which they are certain is a brilliant work of graphic fiction. I blame this misguided confidence on the families and friends of these wannabe comic creators. Someone that loved them should have stopped the whole deal a long time ago. Honesty is the best policy in this instance. The bright side is that you can prevent this disaster. With that thought in mind here are 6 reasons why your comic sucks.