I thought that SDCC (San Diego) is suing Salt Lake for using Comic Con add. Is
that still going on? It is silly of them in suing SL and not at other places.
They need to have some sort of dress code. I don't know that I want to
take my family ever again. Between the Playboy bunnies and the scantily clad
teenyboppers and women, it is just not a good place for my kids. Sorry
ComicCon-you lost a family of six.
My experience Salt Lake Comic-Con1) Atheist Lesbians making out for
no other reason but to prove who they are in Salt Lake City2) Women often
times wearing nothing more than 3 leafs worth of "costume"3)
Children surrounded by it4) Panels of "professionals" who
aren't that experienced or informative5) Overpriced merchandise6) Paying $$ to $$$ to wait in line for an hour to take a picture for 5
seconds and pretend you "met" someone famous.7) A sharp reminder
that unless you pay $$$ for a VIP pass, you go last, even if you've waited
for 2 hours and they showed up 30 seconds ago.Why should I do this
again? To pay Picard to say "Make it So" for my cell phone camera? And I
agree about the lawsuit. I'd like to know what their real agenda is. There
is no basis for suing SLC and no one else.I'm a nerd, but
I'm not unintelligent. Find me a good reason to go that outweighs this list
and I'm in.
This is better than Holloween, and much less annoying to neighbors!See y'all at The Con!
I wish I could go. A good friend of mine is in the artist's hall exhibiting
his work. Of course didn't know he'd be attending til after all the
tickets were gone. :(
"Atheist Lesbians making out for no other reason but to prove who they are
in Salt Lake City"You could tell they were atheists by the way
they were kissing?"Paying $$ to $$$ to wait in line for an hour
to take a picture for 5 seconds and pretend you "met" someone
famous."You were expecting to become bosom buddies with Stan Lee
for that price? Really?Reason to go: to lighten up and have a good
time. Its called "fun" -- look into it.