My Dragon*Con 2009 experience in rhyme.
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As I sit here at work — hopelessly distracted — I ponder the origin of the massive kink in my neck and debate which flavor of soda I should retrieve from the refrigerator.
I heave a heavy sigh as I type this, for the batteries in my CD player have just died. After fumbling awkwardly almost upside-down, I have successfully transposed the fresh, warm, full batteries in the charger under my desk with the recently depleted ones in the CD player.
I have a great deal of respect for his creativity, the rich world of Greyhawk he created, and his countless contributions to gaming.
In an interview, he was quoted as saying:
My Neko-con experience in rhyme:
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Today I stopped by Best Buy on the way home from work to pick up Doctor Strange: The Sorceror Supreme. While there I swung by the anime section just to see if there were any good deals. There it sat on the shelf.
Giant Robo. Box set. Fifteen dollars and ninety-nine cents.
A while ago, I was lookup up info about Gunbuster VS Diebuster Aim for the Top! The Gattai, a compilation of Top O Nerae! and Top O Nerae 2!. Turns out the Japanese DVD release of the film came in two versions: one comes with a figurine set.
I didn't know how easy it would be to find said DVD set with figures, I only assumed the domestic release of the DVD wouldn't include them.