I don't think that anyone here thought you had any ill will toward
Mike George. That's just for starters.
I hope you can see how I and others came to the conclusion that we
did regarding your post. You mentioned nothing about liking the PC,
nothing about attending or returning ever.
I even went so far as to read some of your other posts since you have
been a member, prior to my making any comments about this past post
at all. I did that so that I would not put my foot in my mouth by
making any assumptions. But, none of your other posts said anything
about your being a PC supporter or attendee etc. Therefore, it was
quite reasonable to read your post as nothing but a plug to someone
else with two complaints about PC and no mention of going back to PC.
So, that being said. It is nice to see that you are an attendee on a
fairly regular basis and that you are not only promoting the other
show namely Steel City.
At this time, I think anyone could realize the sensitivity that
Pittsburgh Comicon supporters have, based on the circumstances this
year and the negative campaigning other people have tried to do, like
the letters to guests.
I was just asking to keep within the confines of the description of
this forum which yours did not. So, thanks for clearing that up.
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, "axxinjaxxin" <axxinjaxxin@...>
> Since some of you have taken that I work for another con or are
> shilling for another con, allow me to clear a few things up.
> First of all, I can't stand Tekkoshocon. They did me wrong a few
> years back. And by stating that they're juvenile, I'm simply
> that PC attendees might not have a good time there as the con's
> average age of attendee is around 15-18 years old.
> Second, my comment about "shoulder to shoulder" simply stated that
> Comicon gets a little cramped, especially on Saturday. That's not
> necessarily a bad thing. And my going to Steel City has nothing to
> with Comicon. By my stating you get better bargains, just simply
> means I do more shopping at Steel City than at Comicon. Myself,
> like everyone else's, wallets only go so far. And my "shoulder to
> shoulder" comment actually stems from a comment made to me two years
> ago when we were playing cards in the Penthouse and the Devil's Due
> party was going on and you couldn't move in there (free alcohol
> Third, I played in Mike George's poker game here in Johnstown when
> had the game on Saturday nights at Comics World. I have no ill will
> towards anyone at the con or our game. And to those of you who
> I've never been at Comicon, I've been attending for six years now
> the exception of last year, because I was working in Maryland,
> covering a mine tragedy in Barton.
> I don't see any reason why we can't have three comic book/anime/toy
> shows in Pittsburgh. I'm all for it. And those of you were reading
> waaaaay too deeply into my past posts, I apologize if I misled
> have no hidden agenda.
> That being said, only one month to go to Comicon. And I hope to see
> you all there.