You know. That thing in Atlanta every year with all the weird people running around.
No, not Freaknik. The other one.
No, not the SEC Championship. The other one.
No, not the World Series. That never happens. No, I'm talking about that science fiction fantasy weird sh*t happening that they do every year. Yeah. That one. Have you been?
I've been in Atlanta when it was going on. Didn't realize it until I saw a bunch of Klingons walking down the street. I was at a Sons of the American Revolution thing, and somehow wound up near the Klingons. Didn't have my musket with me, which was probably a good thing.
Anyway, I've never been. One of my sisters has been. Maybe two. Maybe all three, I don't know. It's not the kind of thing I'd want to bring up. Not normally, at least.
Anyway, I've know about the existence of DragonCon for some time, but have never been. Never wanted to go. But, I'm going this year.
I'm going for one reason, and one reason only. The Doctor will be there. If you have to ask "which one?" then you can't go and see him. It doesn't matter. But, it is one of the classic Doctors. I wouldn't go just to see David Tennant, Matt Smith, Christopher Eccleston, Paul McGann, or Peter Capaldi. But, one of the classic Doctors? Yes. Only four of those first seven are still alive. And, though I'm a latecomer to the world of Doctor Who, I'm enough of a fan to want to go see one of the original Doctors at a sci-fi convention.
So, I'm going this year. First time. And, yeah, there are some other people that might be interesting. But, I'm going to see The Doctor. And I'm not sure what it's going to be like. So, if any of you have been before, let me know what to expect.
I'm thinking a bunch of weird people running around all dressed up like some Nerd Nightmare. I suspect the Klingons will be drunk on their asses each night. Or, maybe just the chicks that go to the Klingon Keg parties. Yeah, that.
So, like I was saying, tell me what to expect. And, if you'll be there, maybe we'll run into each other. No, I won't be dressed up like Princess Leia or anything.
Harvey might, though.
You're weird, Basil.ReplyDelete
So, see you there, then?ReplyDelete
@2: I'll try to come as I am - which is weird (and scary!) enough.ReplyDelete
Well, if there is any truth to the movie "Galaxy Quest" (the closest I'm likely to get to a "Con"), you might want to stay clear of the walls because of crashing alien spaceships. Or if you'd like to get an autograph, you might want to choose a spot a ways back in the line and pay close attention to what happens when the people ahead of you get their autographs.ReplyDelete
I wonder what would happen if I took my dragon to dragon-con, would it cause like a rift in space-time or something?ReplyDelete