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 No, that isn't a picture of Jack. That is a picture of Jack's hat - Jack is hiding behind the piece he was working on and you can't see him... <waves hand like Jedi>

 

 

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On 11/10/2017 at 6:32 PM, Bathory said:

Only ReaperCon was around a 10 hour total travel for 4 days of painting and friends.

CT is 4 plus hours of driving or public transit for a few hours of painting and friends. 

 

Well if you drove down with Fanguad and myself, you would have had 2 hours of discussions about Kickstarters, anime, board games, Warmachine, 5th generation fighter aircraft and giant robots followed by some painting and then 2 more hours of Warmachine, Kickstarters, giant robots, etc...

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12 hours ago, Mad Jack said:

 

 I'm guessing December is bad timing for most folks?

 

 

Mostly.  Pick a date and I'll post it to the Book of Faces.  I know a couple of people from the store have been asking if we are doing another one this month.

 

I'm wondering if we should just set up a monthly meet (3rd Saturday of the month seems popular) at the Citadel and just schedule the Boston meetups as they come up?  That way, people always know when the next meet up is, and we don't lose a month to option paralysis.

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I'm potentially open for this weekend (yes, I know that it's way too last minute for that), or Christmas Eve weekend, and I figure most people are going to have some sort of plans then.

 

That might be a good idea, Dilvish.

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  <walks onto rim of massive canyon, yells, "January?", listens to echo drifting off into silence...>

 

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