austin_dern (austin_dern) wrote,
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austin_dern

I knew so long ago

My mathematics blog has receded into one post a week, so here's all of October's postings so far:


And now let's leap into the Motor City Fur[ry] Con 2021 Fursuit Parade!

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Stepping out! bunny_hugger off to join the fursuit parade.


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There she goes into a ballroom full of people who don't know where they're supposed to go next.


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People standing around hoping this is maybe where they should be to get a good photo?


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Looking into the ballroom as people get instructions for the group photo to be taken at the start of the parade that gets taken at the end instead.


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Stragglers getting in close to the marching hour.


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Fursuiters with cartoon exclamations in their back, ready for the parade.


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Green wolf hurrying along at warp speed before the parade starts.


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And here we go! This is actually a still from the movie I took.


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The extremely rare guinea pig in fandom!


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And there's bunny_hugger trying her level best to stay close behind that My Little Pony character in front.


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One of an estimated 400 stoppages during the parade.


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Maybe the parade would go more smoothly if everyone weren't going off to the side to do schtick with onlookers.


Trivia: The Ethyl Corporation, the patent-holder for producing leaded gasoline, was jointly owned by General Motors and Du Pont. Source: The Great American Motion Sickness: Or Why You Can't Get There From here, John Burby.

Currently Reading: Michigan History, May/June 2021. Editor Emily Allison. They had two issues at the bookstore and I ... don't know why they're not successive issues ... but I picked one arbitrarily to start reading anyway.

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