As shear dumb luck would have it, I'm actualy going to be able to make this as the first weekend is when I will be vacationing to Disney World's multiple parks at that time.
Any advice from those who have attended in the past is welcome.
Get there early. Expect long lines, insane crowds. So, its your typical Star Wars event. It's lots of fun, tho. If you are after stuff, you will find it there. There are usually long lines for the limited edition items, they may have fast passes to get into those lines, they have them for the celeb autographs. The fast passes go pretty fast, again, get there early if you want to get anything. Regular merchandise, t shirts, actionfigs, and any non limited items can be found throughout the park and even at some resort gift shops. Grab a guide map and it will show you where to go to get what you want. Have fun!
Knowing this town, no.
It's a sad affair. My niece works summers for the Blaze and she's will be out of a job. So much for saving for college
I'm calling it now: Tokyo 2020 will "1up" every Olympics that came before it.
Not sure how many people would be confused by the chosen era of this show that are going to go to the effort of finding it on the platform it will be
To quote Lili Von Shtupp, it's twue, it's twue! Got an advertisement from an online shop just yesterday about them. The 100-card basic set starts at $7,
I've heard speculation claiming that by doing it in the Prime universe but before the events of TOS, it won't confuse fans who came in via the movies
So, I hear that there's a Chrome TFA set out now (soon?), that seems to be a hobby shop-only series. However, what I see seems to be just the same TFA
If you haven't seen the Tokyo portion of last night's Closing Ceremony, check it out online. How the prime minister "got to" Rio was classic!
I saw that today, TI. Will the team's last homestand this year be all sellouts, now?
Was talking with someone this weekend about Dan Fogleberg, specifically "Auld Lang Syne." Guess what song was on a teacher's stereo/iPod today?
Turn out the lights; the party's over.....
Our local Class A baseball team is folding it's tent after this season.