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Ok, time to load everything up. Still a bit out of it but feeling better. But any who, to tell of my adventure. The day started in Santa Monica at Barney’s Beanery, on 3rd street. But before everyone started gathering I got there pretty early so i went to an apple store nearby and used their wifi. We all had our breakfast there and then went to the pier. Some of us went on a carousel there, and i’m pretty sure those not knowing what was going on get excited watching that. Next we went to Tongva Park, also nearby where we had reindeer games. Hungry hungry santas, twister, tree tossing, and had a wheel barrel of snow brought in for us to throw at each other. After that we went to the Westside Pavilion south of Westwood, and then a strip club, Fantasy Island where watching a santa and a stripper to a sexy dance off was one of the greatest things. Also got felt up some by a stripper, which is also, always awesome. Though, she seemed to have liked me but I doubt I’ll ever see her again, oh well.

The Last place we went to was Culver City and hung around some restraints. Well, we didn’t end up going to Downtown as as expected, but that’s ok, I enjoyed my day very much.

I wonder how many of these are going to happen for the next four years? I think everything went well. There there are stories on riots happening, which is barely a thing. Most protests have in fact been peaceful, like the one I was at yesterday. Though it did bother some people in their cars trying to get some place, others watched and cheered us on. I enjoyed myself, and it’s been a while since I’ve done a rally, and of course I like to see some humor, which there was some of. That’s something I believe there should be some element of when it comes to a cause, humor, because it can help spread the word out.

Unfortunately with many critics of the rallies they claim the protesters are cry babies and should get over it. Interesting message to send consisting the reactions of some 8 years ago, and even more from 4 years ago. While through out that entire time of Obama’s presidency I’ve seen plenty of people talk about government over throw and how much they wish to commit mass murder. There was also an increase in the number of hate groups among other things. All of which happened starting off with baseless claims starting off being made 8 years ago of what Obama will do as president that never happened.

We can only want to see what will happen next.

Finally, they are online. I had fun like always, nice big party with music playing on stages set up for people to dance to. This time I finally had the chance to leave while the sun was still up, but hit some pretty hard traffic on the way there, so the sun was down by the time we made it over. Before heading to the blvd we got chipotle, because, $3 meals if you come in in costume. That felt really good. Anywho, like everyone year, taking photos is kind of annoying. Because of how dark it is flash just seems kind of weak so i have to adjust it, and I do forget to bring it up on some photos, so more editing there. Despite that, it is some of the most fun I have all year.

As you might have seen the other day, I did go as an instagram post. I figured that would bring me plenty of attention, and I got some, which made me happy.

And now, for the night of awesome.

And now for photos from my second day at comikaze, which was day 3. No, I wan’t at day one because of how late it was starting and i figured I wasn’t going to be there to long, but maybe I should have went. Oh well. I got there later then I wanted, I left my pass back at my place so I went back and finally made it there about an hour and a half later then I wanted. At first I didn’t think I took near as many photos as the day before, but turns out more were taken though believed. Go me. I was raining slightly by the time I made it and by the time the con was over it completely stopped. Found plenty of good stuff, and found myself int he background of another D-Piddy video. Didn’t see that coming.

Anywho, WeHo Halloween photos will be up tomorrow.

For now, check out the last day of LA Comic Con.

The convention that I guess can say, formerly known as Comikaze. It was pretty good, Got a lot of photos the first day, not as much the second because my legs were not being happy with me. Plenty of good humor around, and we also had some religious fundies come down and do their typical shout their beliefs and insult people kind of deal. Didn’t take them long to leave. After the day was over, was an event held by Club Comic Con. While there I met the guy who sang the original pokemon theme, aka, the best one, because it’s metal. I enjoyed myself.

And now to get ready for west hollywood.

So they had another party last night, but this time it was done at the Precinct in Downtown LA. It was also one of the locations we went to during santacon last year. There was some comedy, trivia, drag and burlesque performances. I remember one girl there was really having a lot of fun, she grabbing me at once point and wanted me to dance with her. Why not?

Now, to get ready for Comikaze.

Zombie walk photos are now up. I got there 15 minutes later then I wanted at least, but at that time everyone was still gathering. One person there, she is moving out of state and was her last lurch, so she asked if we can cover her car in blood and record it before everyone went underground. We then got off the red line in hollywood, and since the last time we’ve been there, the intersection at highland is now diagonal, so walking across that street got way more fun. As always, we walked to vine, and back where we hung out in an open area just outside Madame Tussauds.

I wound say for this year there wasn’t as many people. Not sure why, but since had plenty. I ran into some people that were during cicLAvia earlier that day. One person I talked to said she was hoping to find out because they didn’t think they would have time to join in the walk. All good, at least her and her friends had a chance to check it out.

Fun seeing the dead rise, once more.

It was a one day convention, and the first one. It took place in the Pasadena Convention Center which I was there there for the first time during Politicon this year. I actually enjoyed myself. I took part of a Smash Bros. tournament, 2 Stock, 5 minutes.

In the first round I was up against this kid dressed as Mario who brought his own controller. My thought was I’m going to enjoy this match. He killed me first, then I killed him right after, but he got the win on me making the second kill. He beat two other people after me but lost to the guy that got second place. I later run in to that guy and told me that kid gave him quite a fight.

Pretty much after it was roam around, take photos, I think I got a nice bunch. After it was all over we had an after party at a nearby Dave and Busters, and nearby I mean just over 7 miles away. It was pretty dark there so getting photos was little to much a problem. Over all, it was a good con, more so since most of the time from what I understand on the first one they tend to be a bit disorganized, but they got it to work.

Kind of excited for next year.

I had a good weekend, got lots of nice photos but felt I was kind of lacking on the last day. Not entirely sure why, but I like how they come out. Anyways, the people that pull off this convention also do Long Beach Comic Expo which will be in February. And honestly, I hope they let it be held on the west side of the building. I kind like that side more.

Anyways, this weekend is Nerdbot Con, lets see how that comes out.

Till then, enjoy the show.

I, enjoyed myself there. The morning started off interesting, helping some people get to the con, and seeing a long line for people picking up their passes. That went all over the place, but seemed to of moved pretty fast. I was there both days as Timmy Turner, because I wanted to do something but like every other time, was being lazy, and like each time I’m Timmy, people seem to like me. YAY! Got plenty of nice shots, but found myself talking to a lot of people. That’s something else I also like about these kind of events, you meet all kind of people that have so many similar interests as you, and everyone is cool.

Sometimes, I wish it can go on forever.