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General Convention Discussion / lines?
« on: May 20, 2009, 09:12:31 PM »
how bad are the lines on friday at 8 am for just picking up a pre reg badge and for buying one?

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can you change mine to red and white ninja?

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Registration / Re: how early do doors open?
« on: May 01, 2009, 05:54:55 PM »
ok cool will do
do you have an estimate for when the pre reg lines open on friday?

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Registration / how early do doors open?
« on: May 01, 2009, 03:22:38 PM »
how early do they start alowing people to enter the con and pick up their badges?
and are there ever people camping out side before the con starts?

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nifty i shall check back when we know

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wait what day is this going to be on?
if its friday il be Captain Kurro from one piece but if its saturday il be a Red & White Ninja
the other days im not a ninja or a pirate
so when is this gona be?

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General Convention Discussion / unicycle?
« on: April 12, 2009, 09:15:20 AM »
i would like to go as a unicycle ninja but what are the rules on riding unicycles at the con?

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actualy mater roshi from DBZ

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Best ways to make a cheap durable giant turtle shell...
I have chicken wire and paper mache so far and that's it

GO

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Things in the Universe / Re: When dressing to impress should you...
« on: September 12, 2008, 08:42:55 PM »
thanks i think i have decided on the casual but im going to throw a scarf into the mix horay

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Things in the Universe / Re: When dressing to impress should you...
« on: September 12, 2008, 08:11:58 PM »
depensd on where exactly you are going in the city; try to do a little bit of both.
well kinda like china town the peirs metreon the embarcaderos and then just wanderings around down town ish

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Things in the Universe / When dressing to impress should you...
« on: September 12, 2008, 07:50:33 PM »
so there is a person i want to impress and start the day off with a good impression
so here is the story
i asked a person who i am interested in to go to San Francisco and we are going tomorrow
now here is my delema
generaly is it good to get a bit dressy (a sweater dress shirt blazer slacks)
or to go more casual (black long sleve tee striped hoodie and dark jeans)

i know it depends alot on the person but for just an outing into the city should i get dressy or be casual in your opinion

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General Convention Discussion / Re: Blind Date
« on: September 12, 2008, 05:10:48 AM »
would there be an age limitation becasue this sounds fun ^_^

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Things in the Universe / Re: i think ive outgrown fanimecon
« on: September 01, 2008, 10:52:47 PM »

$880 around trip is not bad. I'm really planning to when comiket is around so I can go attend that and then go "George of the Jungle" afterward.

But I really would just like to rent a car for 2 weeks with a friend or two and drive around the different places in Japan (if the roads will be generous in the mountain regions hah...) That or take a bullet train to different locations. I'm one of those guys who will get lost, suck it up, and do whatever I need to do/want before I end up finding my place again =D so going with a group of people is something I feel limiting. Then again of course I know as much jp as I watch from anime which is what... a few dozen if that? lol. Good thing I have a friend who is 2nd year jp who can at least know how to get around. Maybe I'll drag him along.

Uh... I find this hillarious. Well if you're going to winter comiket, 880 is impossible. You'll be looking at 1400 no matter what. Winter prices are awesome. Rent-A-Car? You have an international license? You know Japanese traffic law? Hope you do, otherwise you're screwed.

Bullet Train places... you realize taking the train anywhere decently far is like 150$ right? Kyoto alone is about 200 for a JR express.

A 2nd year JP student will help you so little, it's hillarious. Anything he could possibly do, you could figure out on your own by reading the signs that are in romanji. 2nd Year wouldn't be able to read the road signs, since the majority of them are all in Kanji, especially in Kyoto. A car is almost useless in Tokyo, since parking is so horrid, and roads are so thin, you might as well be walking around because it's going to be faster. Unless you're in the outskirts where it's more rural or suburban, then a car is almost useless. Even people WITH cars rarely take them into the city areas, and train there instead.

But I don't know anything.

I was just trailing off after the whole $880 thing that was mentioned...

Wow... it sounds like a nightmare now.. hah.

Well, I figured I have to plan for a while. In fact, more like a year or even a bit further in time than that.

But yeah, some of that stuff is pretty informative to know I guess like price of the bullet train (wow..)..

Regarding my friend's skill level in jp, I think he's been doing hiragana and katakana for a bit. No clue what he's like in romanji. It's a vigorous class though is all I can say. Then again, jp is like the hardest language at the University...

actualy romanji is the same as the english alphabet

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Things in the Universe / Re: i think ive outgrown fanimecon
« on: September 01, 2008, 10:34:47 PM »
my group did in our hotel o__o though i think one of the girls liked it a bit too much...

....I'm at a lost for words.

i know me to
i cant think of any words to describe my frustration that i didnt get one in my room -_-

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Meetings, Gatherings, and Get Togethers / Re: Halloween?
« on: September 01, 2008, 09:49:57 PM »
sad face -_- i have to do a foot ball half time show...
ahwell atleast i can cosplay for it

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umm thrift store, sales in stores or discount stores, or just make it and get the materials at joanns or micheals
does that help?
also if you cosplay be prepaired to spend alot of money on things you will only wear once or twice....

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Things in the Universe / Re: i think ive outgrown fanimecon
« on: September 01, 2008, 09:12:36 PM »


Since Japan was brought up, I been planning to go for some time now. I'm gonna bring me back one of those toilets that can wash your ass for you (or does one in the US already exist?) =D.

...that and haul me back all the Megami/Dengeki Festival Deluxe etc etc/resins/phone straps/UFO catchers.. *joygasm*...

Go visit the country side, ride a bullet train, go to a summer festival, attend a high school for a day (>_>) and so forth.... but I would like to spend a good amount of time away from the city as well.


they sell the toilets at Japantown in San Fran........well, they used to sell them before a certain store left.
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well i think its the same thing as a biday(? a french word i cannot seem to spell after years of french) which you can probably find in some specialty stores i duno

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Things in the Universe / Re: ukulele any one?
« on: September 01, 2008, 09:01:45 PM »
I think I have a soprano. I only play when I'm really bored, cause I'm not that gifted with intruments, lol. It's actually my brother's and we got it when we went to HI a few years back. He doesn't play with it, so I just mess around. P:
still thats alot of fun right now im working on ukulele covers of random songs i like
its hard....

i will also probably bring it to fanime so i need to atleast learn a few anime songs

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Things in the Universe / Re: ukulele any one?
« on: September 01, 2008, 05:55:11 PM »
I've played guitar songs on uke and they still sound similar (maybe more cheerful? lol). I think it's more fun to play on the uke, because of its size and it's easy to carry around (and I have small hands). Chords are chords; should sound the same for any instrument.

very cool
what type of uke do you have?
i have a suprano and i dont much like the cheariness all the time...
i kinda want a tenor

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