I rarely have pictures of me because I hate them. This was taken on Xmas day on the way to somewhere I didn't want to go lol. I was just messing around on my phone thus the lack of clarity, probably a good thing .
Can't you just see the look of joy in my eyes.
Edited by Tia, 27 December 2011 - 02:28 PM.
First they ignore you, then they laugh at you, then they fight you, then you win. Gandhi.
HEY I WON!
Got acouple ofme from CSIcon. Neither are particularly good. My hotel was in East New Orleans and the convention was on the other side of West New Orleans.
It took me a hour or so getting back and forth riding my bike... mostly due to getting lost.
Which I thoroughly enjoyed, by the way. Never been to such a large town before and wandering around was lots of fun.
Since my lack of dress style and shaving makes me look a bit gamey, no one bothered to mug me either.
Such a disappointment.
Me with Phil Plait, of Bad Astronomy fame. Owe Phil and his blog a lot, and it was a great honor to meet him.
Yes, I'm pale as spit. Blame it on the flash.
Please blame it on the flash...
(I'm wearing my University of Margaritaville hat, Dr. Phil Plait has his Center for Scientific Inquiry hat on... I think they equal out.
Me with William B. Davis of X-Files fame:
If I look especially tired in that one it's 'cause I am. Got lost on the way back as it was the first night, didn't get back to my hotel until 2. Woke up at five and biked back. I enjoyed it. Walked through a drive through in order to get something to eat.
Two following are just photo's I shot:
Richard Saunders of Skepticzone fame, my favorite podcast. Not completely due to the accent of the hosts as it's a Aussie program...
Gave me a copy of their magazine, a button, and an autograph for a six pack of rootbeer. American rootbeer.
And... this is Bill Nye the Science guy after catching me sleeping during a panel:
hey shadow.....thank god u havent carried over your donkey ears into ur real world photo.
nice seeing the real you.
"Wise men, when in doubt whether to speak or to keep quiet, give themselves the benefit of the doubt, and remain silent.-Napoleon Hill