November 1st, 2021

krazy koati

But memories of people can remain

Another one-post week on my mathematics blog, so here's four weeks' worth of writing recapped:

And now, let's wrap up Saturday at Motor City Furry Con. Next up: Sunday!


I think the fursuit games just let out for how many people in costume were walking around here.


Lot of fursuiters milling arond here.


And a view of Pakrat coming out of the Headless Lounge!


Someone showing off how to play the ``little-high, little-low'' parts in Bohemian Rhapsody.


Looking at the sheet music of Bohemian Rhapsody and cursing it out.


The escape room was booked up by Friday night or early Saturday morning.


bunny_hugger and a glass of beer in the con suite, pondering the Drunken Pumpkin event.


She's worked out her pumpkin design. Also note the bunny t-shirt; in ultraviolet light, you can see the skeleton ... and fangs.


I don't know whose game that The World After was. But there was some gaming available in con suite anyway.


At the dance, where we didn't stay long and where we didn't get many pictures. Still, people doing tricks with glow sticks? Always fun.


Folks gathered for the last song of the night (Toto's ``Africa'') and, since there wouldn't be a Dead Dog Dance, the last song of the convention.


After the close of the con suite for the night: the little tabs left over from wristbands for the 21-and-older people.

Trivia: The ninth month in the Ancient Egyptian calendar was Pachons. Source: Source: Mapping Time: The Calendar and its History, EG Richards.

Currently Reading: Screwball! The Cartoonists Who Made the Funnies Funny, Paul C Tumey.