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Post by Holy Vampire 32 » Mon Jun 12, 2006 8:54 pm

Hmmmmmm memories of old skool AB, I got one.


Memory 1) Moving a MAMMOTH sized printer which almost crushed my foot to some random room. The printer, which later I discovered, wasn't even working in the first place. :D


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Post by jnik » Mon Jun 12, 2006 10:26 pm

The printer. Shall not. Be named. Grar.

goes to get some garlic to ward off the...thing...

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Post by Mara » Mon Jun 12, 2006 10:34 pm

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Post by Nick » Mon Jun 12, 2006 10:44 pm

memory 2: YUNA GIRL!!! lollerskates.

...sorry, it had to be done.
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Post by hikura » Mon Jun 12, 2006 11:23 pm

Having the elevators breaking down with a screaming kid in it.Poor people who had to be stuck in there for a long time.

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Post by dokool » Tue Jun 13, 2006 12:17 am

[quote=Nick]memory 2: YUNA GIRL!!! lollerskates.

...sorry, it had to be done. [/quote]

Oh god. Remember the thread dedicated to her? 40+ posts or so, everyone trying to get her AIM and email? It was absurd.

[quote=PatrickD in that thread]You guys are seriously starting to creep people out. Thread locked.[/quote]

Quite possibly my favorite PatrickD thread lockage of all time.

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Post by Kiarrens » Tue Jun 13, 2006 12:27 am

Sometimes I miss the Park Plaza. It was... quaint. I guess my favorite memory was kissing my friend dressed as Wolfwood before the '04 Masquerade in the balcony and watching the fangirls nearly pass out down on the seating levels because from that distance they figured I was a guy.
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Post by Jennachan » Tue Jun 13, 2006 2:35 am

[quote=dokool][quote=Nick]memory 2: YUNA GIRL!!! lollerskates.

...sorry, it had to be done. [/quote]

Oh god. Remember the thread dedicated to her? 40+ posts or so, everyone trying to get her AIM and email? It was absurd.

[quote=PatrickD in that thread]You guys are seriously starting to creep people out. Thread locked.[/quote]

That was so nasty, wasn't she like 13? ugh.

I was just so happy to go to my first con in 03. The Park Plaza was just so awesome.
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Post by Kiarrens » Tue Jun 13, 2006 2:37 am

As I recall, she was 14. One of my guy friends told her she was pretty and was mortified when he learned her age later.
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Post by Jennachan » Tue Jun 13, 2006 2:47 am

i was close then. But yea, it was very creepy how all those like 15-25year olds were like amazed with her. yikes.
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Post by Kusuguru Usagi » Tue Jun 13, 2006 10:00 am

I have several things I wanted to share:

I remember when, in 2004, on that Saturday morning of the con, my boyfriend & I had gone to Au Bon Pain for breakfast, and one of the workers there was SO nice!! She helped us get our food & drinks for us. A very nice person.^_^

Also, one day we ate at MJ O'Connors. I remember they had these AWESOME fried portabello mushrooms, I think it was a special appetizer of the day.

I also remember how the waitress who waited on us was very nice, too. She asked us how we were enjoying the convention. It was really cool!!^_^

I also remember meeting Crispin Freeman & also getting my picture taken w/him near the elevators. :D

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Post by Nick » Tue Jun 13, 2006 11:45 am

a friend of mine told me she saw her in '04 walking around in regular clothes. i guess she got scared out of cosplay.
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Post by jnik » Tue Jun 13, 2006 1:22 pm

[quote=Kusuguru Usagi]Also, one day we ate at MJ O'Connors. I remember they had these AWESOME fried portabello mushrooms, I think it was a special appetizer of the day.

I also remember how the waitress who waited on us was very nice, too. She asked us how we were enjoying the convention. It was really cool!!^_^[/quote]
M.J. O'Connors is great. Excellent food, very polite to dishevelled staffers, and they understand the need to get a Guiness out, stat.

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Post by Jennachan » Tue Jun 13, 2006 1:40 pm

Oh I have a memory I totally forgot. lol.

03 "Who's line is it Anime?"
Got to move Kirby Morrow around in that game. Don't remeber what the game was, but we got to put them in wierd positions. Oh greatest moment.

That and I got a picture with Scott McNeil, but my cosplay is so crappy I totally ruin the picture. lol damn you cheap wig!
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Post by LadyHawke » Tue Jun 13, 2006 1:56 pm

Okay, I've been staffing this bad-boy of a con since 2004 (would have been since 2003, but something came up that year. D'oh...) so yeah. I have memories.

The fondest memory of AB at the BPP would have to be a that of a *CERTAIN VEGETABLE* whose name is now taboo, and DARE NOT BE SPOKEN around ANY AB staffers from 2004... XD
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Post by PatrickD » Tue Jun 13, 2006 2:04 pm

[quote=Jennachan]03 "Who's line is it Anime?"
Got to move Kirby Morrow around in that game. Don't remeber what the game was, but we got to put them in wierd positions. Oh greatest moment.[/quote]

"Moving Statues"

In 2003, it ended with Kirby and Brad Swaile (I think) pressed up against each other.

I did it again in 2004. (I think it was Lex Lang and Michael Coleman that year.) After the people immediately made them press their bodies right up against each other, I decided not to do that game again in the future. It was getting "weird".
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Post by RikkuX » Tue Jun 13, 2006 4:27 pm

I'm going to miss it and its enclosed spaces >_<

One of my fondest memories was the FFX Musical (it was my first time being in a masquerade and was jus a blast ^__^) and the dealer's room being down the street =P

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Post by LadyHawke » Tue Jun 13, 2006 4:55 pm

[quote=jnik]
M.J. O'Connors is great. Excellent food, very polite to dishevelled staffers, and they understand the need to get a Guiness out, stat.[/quote]

Well, now that AB is at the Hynes, I highly reccommend Bukowski's Tavern for your disheveled, Guiness-imbibing needs.
It's right around the corner, and they have Guinness and many MANY other beers to behold... ;)

(Food's not bad either from what I hear.)
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Post by Merk » Tue Jun 13, 2006 4:56 pm

Yeah, I was in that elevator...
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Post by DevilNeverCry » Tue Jun 27, 2006 12:57 pm

... lol 2004 memories

Only being there two days because our chaparone wouldn't let us miss school on friday *something we broke her of for 05 and 06 thank goodness*

The ONE fangirl that recognized me on Saturday dressed as Seto Kaiba from YGO... the ONE glomp I got...

The pink shoe... *we plan on repeating that with my grey converse in 07*

AND!

The staff who commented my Vegeta costume on Sunday... yes, with the armor and the tail and headpiece ^^ I love you guys!

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Post by Magenta_Fox » Tue Jun 27, 2006 7:37 pm

I miss the look of the Park Plaza. I prefer the Hynes because of the size, air flow, etc, but the Park Plaza had little corners and balconies for the must amazing pictures.

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Post by DevilNeverCry » Tue Jun 27, 2006 8:27 pm

yeah, I agree... you had alot of good photo ops in some of those places... but the hynes and the prudential have alot of them too, you just have to look.

My cousin and I, for example, took some awesome pics leaning on the railings and sitting on planters in the Hynes

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Post by Miyu chan » Tue Jun 27, 2006 11:39 pm

I do miss leaning over the 2nd floor balcony and watching all the cosplayers enter the hotel lobby (and the subsequent looks on the faces of innocent tourists who were checking into the hotel).
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Post by Keithel » Wed Jun 28, 2006 2:11 pm

What you can do though, is grab a chair in the lobby of the Sheraton near the bar, and watch the faces of people as cosplayers flood in.
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Post by DevilNeverCry » Wed Jun 28, 2006 6:02 pm

Yeah i remember that too... it was priceless... *shrug* but now we can do that with shoppers in the Prudential ^^

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Post by Miyu chan » Wed Jun 28, 2006 8:19 pm

This is true...I do enjoy making my way to the food court and noting all the people who move to the other side of the hallway to avoid me or other cosplayers.
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Post by Vanguard » Sun Jul 09, 2006 12:16 am

ahh... '03 was my very first con, and I have always gone since. I miss those days, when I was the Halo god, the plaza was also where I did my first cosplay (as Kakashi in '04) I fondly remember those days of valor and glory where I discovered that crazed fangirls can be ten times more frightening than any one crazed fanboy, and basically all was right in the world.
(I miss those days ;-;)

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Post by Seizetsu » Tue Jul 11, 2006 1:46 pm

I remember me and my friends danced for the Duck Boats and played soccer with a muffin for Manga in '04. It was great. We also met Lex Lang and he talked to our camera! *eee!*

And the '03 artist alley was the BEST. The '04 one had a terrible location.

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Post by hikura » Sat Jul 15, 2006 10:06 pm

[quote=Miyu chan]I do miss leaning over the 2nd floor balcony and watching all the cosplayers enter the hotel lobby (and the subsequent looks on the faces of innocent tourists who were checking into the hotel). [/quote]
You can be on the second or third floor of the con center where the escalators are and look down at the cosplayers but it isn't the same.

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Post by Miyu chan » Sat Jul 15, 2006 10:17 pm

I know...I've tried it.

Now I sit on the round couches at the exit to the mall, and watch the passersby go back and forth.
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Post by Pathfinder » Mon Aug 14, 2006 10:04 pm

[color:purple]My memories:

More than one Ronin Warriors/Samurai Troopers Cosplayers (two of the Ancient One/Kaos).

The Sailor Starlights. Ah they were so cool.

The GW pannel, way too cool.

Meeting my first VAs, Scott McNeil, Brad Swaile, and Jamie Magonagal.

Buying my first Slayers VHS in the dealers room, which triggered an obession and my fourth cosplay (completed) costume years later.

My first Cosplay.

My first Anime Convention. Ah, ^_^; Anime Boston stole me of my con virginity. Its true! Its true! But now I juts got to ask... was it as good for you as it was for me?[/color]
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Post by Kiarrens » Tue Aug 29, 2006 11:02 am

[quote=Pathfinder][color:purple]My first Anime Convention. Ah, ^_^; Anime Boston stole me of my con virginity. Its true! Its true! But now I juts got to ask... was it as good for you as it was for me?[/color] [/quote]

Omg! That jerk! AB told me I was the only one! *cry*
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Post by Wii Block Her » Tue Nov 21, 2006 1:57 am

god.. so amny memories.......

Guarding the Security Room with a AK-47
The Gundam Boys + Fan Girls/Fan Boys+ Me Doing Escorting ='s RUN Scott RUN
Getting Somones Baseball Bat Autographed... who was at the end of the line.. and had no chance of seeing said VA.
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DDR At Jillians With 10 Other Staffers
.. God so many ,many memories
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Post by Phantom 1 » Thu Dec 21, 2006 3:36 pm

The last AB at the Park Plaza was the one where I first heard that there was going to be a live-action Transformers movie. Just hearing that was worth the long lines.

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Post by thejoe » Sun Dec 31, 2006 1:07 am

Oh man, Good Ol' Hynes. 2003 was my first con also, plenty of memories (although I only went 1 day :( )

-All the great people I met in the line thursday night to pick up my badge, including a a staff member who first introduced me to the FFVIII answering machine! :)

-It being my first con, just wandering around and not even actually attending any panels or the such, but still having an awesome time anyway

-Actually meeting a few genuinely nice people from the signs...those signs...

-Those signs actually existing :p

-I think I may have accidentally cut a whole junkload of people in the masquerade line without even realizing it....IM SORRY!!! :blush:

-In 2004, getting my badge signed by Lex Lang while I cosplayed as Sanosuke!


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Post by Phantom 1 » Fri Jan 05, 2007 1:40 pm

Yeah about those signs. The powers that be (and you know who you are) say that signs in the windows are a no-no. But I don't recall if they say anything about signs around your body (I have a T-Shirt that says Otaku with an up arrow on it).

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Post by jnik » Sat Jan 06, 2007 2:56 pm

[quote=Phantom 1]But I don't recall if they say anything about signs around your body[/quote]
Yes, we do. See Rule 8

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Post by Wii Block Her » Sun Jan 07, 2007 12:31 am

i think he means shirts......and in that case i'm not totally sure .. can someone clairfy this
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Post by xenocrisis0153 » Wed Jan 10, 2007 6:10 pm

[quote=Team1Up]i think he means shirts......and in that case i'm not totally sure .. can someone clairfy this [/quote]
as far as I understand it based on the conversation we're having in the exec forum.... signs are only allowed if the character you're cosplaying as uses the sign in the anime. As for "signs" printed on t-shirts, as long as it's not considered solitician (asking someone to do something for personal gain), then it's fine.

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Post by guardianhunter » Fri Jan 12, 2007 10:28 am

[quote=xenocrisis0153][quote=Team1Up]i think he means shirts......and in that case i'm not totally sure .. can someone clairfy this [/quote]
as far as I understand it based on the conversation we're having in the exec forum.... signs are only allowed if the character you're cosplaying as uses the sign in the anime. As for "signs" printed on t-shirts, as long as it's not considered solitician (asking someone to do something for personal gain), then it's fine.[/quote]

Does that mean my shirt can't say "I'm cute, give me pocky"???.... *sniff*... Sadness....

Fine, fine... I'll just put "Cute. Pocky."... how's that??.... *laughs*... J/K... I know the pocky rule!! ~_^

I believe you are right on the sign usage. No solicitation of ANY KIND (be on a t-shirt or sign) and only signs are allowed in cosplay so long as the character uses said sign.

Awesome!
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Post by Xiren » Thu Mar 15, 2007 10:32 am

yeah, 03 was my first con, too. Such a crazy week. I had to make 4 costumes in 6 days. I somehow managed it :P


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Post by DanteSpellsinger » Tue Apr 17, 2007 10:42 pm

I remember walking around AB2k3 as the ONLY Auron.... i was so happy cause not only did the costume cost me alot of money, but i got glomped and befriended alot of people X3... then being the ONLY Shino at Otakon 2k3... but thats for another forums... now i just have to find a obscure character to cosplay for next years con!
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Post by jorel22 » Fri Jan 11, 2008 6:50 pm

[color:red]"Oh how i Miss the old ways"[/color]-Lucifor, Constantine. Man AB 03 and 04 were just so much fun. AB 03 was my first con and I've been meaning to get to other cons (finally goign to Heroes con in NC see my topic in the other cons section) but nothin can compare to your first wonderment of seeing everyone in costume and at that point knowing who most were then, and then joining the fun yourself in cosplay. But my best memory has to be cosplaying as Shishio and posing for pix with a Rurouni Kenshin making it look like i was killing him oh so many memories.

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Post by t3h_skids » Mon Mar 07, 2011 5:05 pm

raising this thread from the grave....

I'm pretty sure you're all talking of my good friend who went as X-2 Yuna that year. It was definitely a creeper show and had to play body guard a few times. Need a good example of the creeper-hood? We have a picture of her posing forward, in the back ground of which is a man taking a picture of her butt. ... a 13 year old's butt.


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