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8-27-2008 @ 7:29AM
Agreed. Last year over 35,000 people attended... D*C is the largest fandom/pop culture event in the country. Although the actors were fun to meet, my favorite celebrity that was there for fans was Grant Imahara from Myth Busters... very nice guy!People who deride others for their fandom are often either in denial about their own hobbies, or even worse, are secretly ashamed of what they do and take comfort in belittling others. Thumbs down for those of you that bolster your own fragile ego by putting down everybody around you.Life is meant to be enjoyed by any means necessary. For some people, that means dressing up in silly costumes and letting all the normal social "rules" fly out the window... and if a person can get over themselves for a weekend and just commit to having some fun, they'd realize how enjoyable a silly weekend of nerdery can be.Looking forward to seeing everyone there; I was as disappointed as most about being turned away from the wowinsider panel last year, and am excited about the new room space.
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