Archive for the ‘Family’ Category

Merry Christmas

Posted: December 24, 2016 in Family, Holidays
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Merry Christmas

Merry Christmas & Happy Holidays to all of my friends and family out there.

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Support what you love. Promote what you love. Those seem like pretty basic concepts. They also seem like easy things to do. But if you spend any time at all on social media you’ll see that a lot of people use their time “socializing” by doing things other than this. As a matter of fact, a lot of people- and I am guilty of this myself from time to time when it comes to the realm of politics –seem to spend as much time or more essentially promoting the examples of what they don’t like than they do promoting things they like. That really is something a lot of people should work on changing.

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It’s Here…

Posted: September 2, 2016 in Conventions, Dragon Con, Family, Holidays
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It's Here

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A little something to make your travel time to Dragon Con go by a little faster (or at least a little more pleasantly) with some great Dragon Con 2016 talk and panels from Dragon Cons past via Needless Things, Earth Station One, Earth Station Who, The Unique Geek, Arrow Squad, White Rocket, and others. Plug in some podcasts and hit the open road or the friendly skies next week with a little something to amp up your Dragon Con spirit.

Dragon Con Horror and HNR

Everyone has their two great tastes that taste great together moments. Well, we’ll all be getting to enjoy one of those moments this coming Labor Day weekend in downtown Atlanta, Georgia. This particular version of rich chocolate plunging into creamy peanut butter is going to be in the form of the Grue Crew of Horror News Radio/Decades of Horror descending upon Dragon Con 2016 and landing in the Dragon Con Horror Track as panelists.

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ParadeEveryone loves a parade. Dragon Con has one. You may have seen me mention that here before.

Well, there’s some interesting news about the 2016 Dragon Con Parade that just broke the other day that anyone who is going to Dragon Con this year, anyone who can’t go this year but loves the parade, and/or anyone who has never been but is curious might want to know about.

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DC at 30

We are officially less than two month away. The countdown clock is in that zone where it seems to speed up, and in the time it takes to blink you’ve gotten five days closer. Let’s talk a few steps you might want to be taking about now; especially if you’re newer to Dragon Con.

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