austin_dern (austin_dern) wrote,
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The existential threat that I always feel

I had the big important piece for my mathematics blog this week. Can you spot which one it was?

And what's happening in the very old cartoons? It's 60s Popeye: Out Of This World and it'd be nice if it were as I really want to see the cartoon this should have been.


So now we're to Saturday at Motor City Furry Con 2019, starting with the fursuit parade and parade prep.

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Fursuiters gathering in the main ballroom for the parade.


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A straggler minotaur getting to the parade assembly late.


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Mew the Coati, marching in the parade.


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Oh, oh, I know I've seen this rabbit somewhere. Where have I seen this rabbit before?


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bunny_hugger in the parade giving me a really nice turn and wave.


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Milling around outside after the group photo. We hadn't figured out the gathering spots for the new hotel room yet.


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bunny_hugger leading her posse outside after the group photo.


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She pauses to wonder what my deal is, exactly, then. I like how nearly I get the seam between two kinds of sidewalk to be vertical in the photograph.


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A fake rock used to hide the speaker playing generic music at the outside.


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Dragon-y creature whose design reminded us of figures we'd seen in Mexico City.


Trivia: The Immigration Act of 1917 imposed an eight-dollar-per-head tax on entering the country. The agriculture industry begged for an exemption for Mexicans, on the grounds that the labor was needed. Source: Smuggler Nation: How Illicit Trade Made America, Peter Andreas.

Currently Reading: Even more miscellaneous Harvey comic books.

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