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12.5hrs, 750 miles, and 6 thunderstorms later, I am home.
Man, that @DontCallMeKelso should get a freaking job so he can make it to expo and stop being a chump ass
To me Expo and the events I have been to have been more of being able to drink and hangout in person with people I drink and hangout with online, and it's a lot more fun to do so in person.
This was my first Expo but my second event and this one was just crazy getting to meet people I hadn't met before and hanging out with everyone. Heck I even got to make guac for everyone and people didn't hate it which was awesome because I like making food and being able to have all my gamer friends try it and tell me it was too salty and or like it was even cooler than making it for myself when I sit at home eating a bag of chips and guac to myself.
There was always a lot going on, even though I didn't do any of the morning stuff (cause let's face it, I stayed up hella late and slept hella in) there was tons to do and take part in, or even if nothing was scheduled for a certain time, there was always a group of people that wanted to go off and do something, get food, drive around and get beer. Though, I secretly wished there was more scheduled video gaming to do.
I'm looking forward to next year and the next IC event and to the guac collaboration with @HumerusMeg.
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