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28 July, 2007 / Erik

Foot Traffic.

Sitting outside a wildly popular Tokyopop presentation. The panel is nearly through, and people are still running in to take a look at their offerings. Staying on the sidelines, I watch the torrent of people rush by. Many are costumed, most aren’t. They are filled purpose. Unlike the overwhelming rush of information downstairs on the floor, the conferences rooms an their bland hallways keep people focused on the property/person/event they weave around people to see. Across from the big ballrooms, I hear cheers from time to time. Something special announced. Meanwhile, the masses keep walking toward lines and, for them, some sort of enlightenment. Also, I’d love to see a phalanx of people dressed as Waldo, storming through the floor and never stopping for photos. That, to me, would be the best costume thing ever.

Short of someone dressing as Barth from You Can’t Do That on Television.

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