Stumptown Accomplishedon April 22, 2009 at 11:28 am
We had an excellent time at Stumptown this last weekend! We gave hi-fives to some really cool people, met quite a few cute girls, and distributed plenty of candy to strangers. We also illustrated what life was like millions of years ago when volcanoes roamed the Earth. Here are a few photos taken of us at our booth/hideout. (Click to enlarge)
(The original size photos can be found here.)
what event are you going to next?
This looks like the most fun a man can have running around in his underpants with a bottle of JD in his hand!
…I was not previously aware of our comic providers’ astonishingly high level of cuteness.
This matter shall require some thought.
Well, golly. That didn’t post too well, did it?
Anyhow, THUMBS UP.
Huh huh, you guys are crazy!
I must say gentlemen, it was a pleasure to meet you guys in person. Awesome booth, and I’m happy the candy you gave me wasn’t laced (as far as I can remember).
I didn’t realize that was you guys! I like your comic. I wish I had stopped by.
More pics here. http://www.flickr.com/photos/arashikami/3479648145/in/pool-stumptowncomicsfest2009/
It was a shame the vinegar only got 3rd place. Next time vinegar…next time.
Oh man! I love the volcano!!
This here is why I hate Twitter… the “news” section now contains news, factual information and constructive dialouge.
I miss the good ol’days of random facts and the ravings of 1/2 broken minds. Boounrs, BOO-URNS I say!
Also, I love how you two are the only ones mad enough to take a sceince fair project to a convention; thanks for not taking yourselves too seriously. 😀
Actually, we take ourselves very seriously: tectonic plate shifting is the number one cause of killer lava attacks on this planet. And the people need to know.
Touche good sir.
Agreed, the people do need to know! As I speak to you I am demonstrating this fact by digging a controlled tunnel to the Asthenosphere and creating my own shower of deadly MAGMA.
The area will be poulated with mice dressed as tiny little miners to add to the “realism” of the experiment (purely for the shock factor you understand)!
*cough* shower of lava *cough*
Ahh the pure elogance and beauty of the humble pyroclastic flow.
“What do you mean my dog is in the car which is in the direct path of the flow? What do you mean you’re in it too and you’re stuck in a ditch? What do yo…. oh yeah i did send you out for coffee, sorry!”