Madness Blog-Con PC 14 – Day 1

We are now on Day 1 of the Madness Blog-con PC 14. This is perhaps the least exciting of days, but I do promise to give you something wet your whistle. No, not alcohol. No matter how much you beg for it. But pictures, and lots of them. Be sure to click on them, which will give you a better view. Like Phoenix Comicon, the first day of Madness Blog-con is a prep day, so nothing too too exciting here.

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As far as Phoenix Comicon is concerned, I actually didn’t go the first day, but I have in the past volunteered on the first day, which I nearly passed out from heat stroke. So I have a good understanding of what Comicon is like on Thursday.

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Thursday has the least number of people. A lot of what is done on Thursday is to figure out how things are going to work. Where people are going to be, how things will function, and try to fix any potential problems. This year was different, as they had more people than they anticipated for the 4 days. They even closed 3rd street in order to handle the massive amounts of people.

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Of the four days, not a lot of people are here, mostly because people have to work. Also because not a whole lot is happening as far as panels and events. It also starts in the middle of the day versus in the morning like all other days.

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So Day 1 is a prep day, and not as exciting as the other days. If you can go, it generally is worth it, as you get immediate access to all the swag that is generally gone by Day 2.

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I do recall from watching Twitter feeds that two fire alarms were pulled on the first day. That had to be fun. I guess it is good that not a lot of people were there to see it, otherwise, it would have been more difficult to get out of the convention.

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A great thing about comicon is that you can take all the pictures you want. Most people (and some cars) get shy with a camera around, but at comicon, nearly ever panelist and cosplayer is photogenic. However, you generally should ask permission to take peoples picture, out of respect. And in doing so, they will generally pose for you.

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***DISCLAIMER***

Those who regularly visit my page know this, but for new visitors, I suffer from a condition called Post Concussion Syndrome, and this condition affects my brain, including my concentration, motor skills, and memory. I barely remember most of what happened at comicon. For those whose panel or booth I visit, if I seemed a little odd, this was done on purpose so I would have a better chance at remembering you.

Sorry if it was a little weird, but I have an easier time with memories when they are emotionally charged.I also had 5 Monster energy drinks in 3 days to fight against my brain from wanting to shut down. Not very pleasant.

If I met you and we had a good conversation, please remind me of what we talked about. I will very likely not remember. Only a select few I know more about what we discussed, but only because I tried to add more emotion to it.

***DISCLAIMER***

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This site is a great achievement for me, but due to being unable to work, I may not be able to keep this site running. With your help, I might be able to.

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