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Going to Dragon Con 2012


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I'll be attending Dragon Con for the first time this year. If you didn't know, Dragon Con is a huge Atlanta based event on labor-day weekend (Aug. 31- Sept. 3)  for everything geeky. They have sci-fi, anime, paranormal, horror, etc. If anyone happens to see me there, feel free to say hello! The massive guest list this year includes The Cruxshadows (who perform every year), Aurelio Voltaire, Some of the True Blood cast, Khal Drogo from Game of Thrones, some of the TAPS team (Ghost hunters), and even the guy from Reading Rainbow! I'm quite excited as this event is massive. I'll make sure to post many pictures when I attend.

Here's the link to the official site.

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  1. I'm so jealous! If I was actually able to go I would definitely hunt down Voltaire and ask for a picture ^^

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    1. I'm not a fan of Voltaire's music, but he seems like a nice person. I heard he makes toys as well, which is pretty neat. I'm most looking forward to the True Blood cast. :)

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  2. OMG that looks amazing! *Jealous*

    And the Cruxshadows will be there?! YOU MUST GET PICTURES. :D

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    1. It's a really huge event. hundreds of thousands of people attend each year.

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  3. That looks so fun! You get to see The Cruxshadows... infinite jealousy...

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    1. I do intend on having fun! I'm actually not a fan of the Cruxshadows... Sorry. The only song I kinda like from them is Marilyn My Bitterness. :/

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