In the darkness the trees are full of starlight (henwy) wrote,
In the darkness the trees are full of starlight
henwy

Voice Post:

VoicePost
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“Alright, whelp, time for round two. It is now Friday and I'm sitting in the convention center. Yesterday we went to disneyland. It was lots of fun really. I got to ride a whole bunch of rides, went to Club 33. For those of you that don't know, Club 33 is a pretty exclusive club at Disneyland that not a lot of people know about. Walt Disney started it back when he opened up the park and it was supposed to be a place where he would entertain investors. It's actually the only place in Disneyland where you can get an alcoholic beverage. I think the corporate membership is something like $20,000 and then like $7,500 a year on top of that aftwards. So it's not cheap. Even for an individual membership I think you have to pay something like around $7,500. Lucky me this is actually the second year in a row I have gone. Because I have a friend who has a friend of a friend of a friend of a friend kind of thing who has a membership and he managed to get us in each time. So we get to have a really nice lunch at the club and then we get a free pass for the park for the day. So I ended up walking around with a bunch of people and went on a whole heaping load of rides. The downside of course is I've got blisters! Bloody bloody blisters and I'm even more gimpy than normal. So basically I'm just kind of limping myself around the convention center running the games I'm supposed to run for Playroom, you know Killer Bunnies and the like. Nothing else really interesting is going on. This con is really pretty dead. The exhibit hall is tiny... no one is giving away crap. Overall I'm not the happiest camper in the world. Anyways, I hope you guys are all having a better time than this anyways. That's about it!”

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Tags: gencon, voice post
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