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Re: Groofest buttons...
Maybe we could all wear the t-shirts Azamin got for us
at the newspaper in his area. They are distinctive
and not really available to the masses, so not
everyone would be wearing them. We would stand out
from the other Groo shirts that might be in
attendance. What do you all think?
Azamin, do you know if there are any other t-shirts
that are available for those who have not gotten any
My 1 1/2 kopins worth,
--- SheikOfEntropy@aol.com wrote:
> In a message dated 1/22/0 3:03:23 AM, firstname.lastname@example.org
> >My feeling is that if this GrooFest/Tour of
> Sergio's studio is going to take
> place, >it'll be after the con...and it would
> probably be for the best if you
> >publicize it at the con. Methinks too many people
> are already going as it
> Yeah, you're absolutely right. I got to thinking
> about that old "she told two
> friends, and she told two friends, and so on and so
> on?" commercial, and
> realized that this could quite easily balloon out of
> control. I've got a
> couple of friends who might meet me at the Con, and
> I had already decided
> before I read Mark's post to be discreet; if the
> Tour element of GrooFest
> does happen, I'd planned on making it clear to
> non-Groop friends that this is
> by invitation only and give them my regrets.
> I was the one to first bring up the idea of
> T-shirts, which later got into
> talk of hats and buttons (again, only with
> Sergio/Mark approval). My original
> intent was to somehow identify ourselves to each
> other as well as to Sergio
> and Mark by sight.
> Perhaps we should keep the words GrooFest off of
> whatever we eventually do
> and just reference The Groop (like on the Groopads).
> We could do a simple hat
> with no artwork, just saying "The Groop" on the
> front with "www.Groo.com" on
> the back? Questions could then be answered with
> "it's a Groo fan site, check
> it out;" no need to mention anything more. We should
> all agree to keep mum on
> GrooFest at the Con, though.
> -Larry S. AKA The Sheik of Entropy
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