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Posted on Tuesday, October 26 @ 13:59:29 Eastern by Blake_Morse
As you may or may not be aware, I travel a lot during the year to cover events for Game Revolution. L.A. for E3, San Diego Comic Con, and PAX West in Seattle need to be covered for sure and then there are all the press junkets. I'm not complaining, mind you, but damn if it's not a lot of work and it does add up to a lot of time on the road. And then there's all the meetings... okay, I'll stop bitching about having the greatest job now.

At any rate, when a convention comes along that's going down in my backyard of San Francisco that requires no appointments and allows me to just walk around the floor doing whatever I want and talking to anybody I want to, it sounds like a vacation to me. So I grabbed our trusty cameraman, Bill and made him follow me around as I made an ass out of myself for your entertainment and got as many people to draw me fighting a dinosaur as I could.



 

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