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!

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


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Lot of fursuiters milling arond here.


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


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


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


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


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


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


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


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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.


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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.


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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.