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Special Edition / Re: SE: Offsite's
« Last post by SDcomics on Today at 09:28:55 PM »
La Brea:













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Special Edition / Re: SE: Offsite's
« Last post by SDcomics on Today at 09:25:12 PM »
Peacemaker:

















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Special Edition / Re: SE: Offsite's
« Last post by SDcomics on Today at 09:18:50 PM »
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Hang on to your butts, but here's another:

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A few pics.





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Special Edition / Re: Comic-Con Special Edition 2021
« Last post by SDcomics on Today at 09:15:57 PM »
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No line this afternoon. By the way, who's bright idea was it to make us wear a paper wrist band from today through Sunday? I doubt mine will make it to Friday.

Astonishingly, mine managed to make it through the entire weekend.

I'm tempted to leave it on just to see how long it will last.
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Special Edition / Re: Comic-Con Special Edition 2021
« Last post by SDcomics on Today at 09:13:13 PM »
How big?

THIS big.

 

 
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Special Edition / Re: Comic-Con Special Edition 2021
« Last post by alyssa on Today at 06:55:14 PM »
What is con without a goodbye gathering
With u where here @Transmute Jun

@Car_Low @SteveD @superkatchick @Leodis

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Off-Topic Chat / Re: Reports & check ins in the age of Covid
« Last post by Andrew Costa Mesa on Today at 06:06:19 PM »
Two cases of Omicron were detected in Ottawa.  It’s so far the only North American cases.  The two people had recently returned from a trip to Nigeria.

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Off-Topic Chat / Re: Reports & check ins in the age of Covid
« Last post by chocolateshake on Today at 10:57:23 AM »
It's still very early days with omicron.  There's bad news and what may make that bad news into potentially good news.

As of the last report I saw, 16 out of the 61 people that tested positive on those flights that landed in Amsterdam have omicron.  Which is quite striking.  Since in order to even get on plane to the Netherlands you have to be fully vaccinated and, if departing from high risk areas, test negative.  So these people that are infected are fully vaccinated and tested negative before getting on the plane.  Yet by the time they landed in Amsterdam, 10% of the passengers tested positive.  Which also illustrates how travel bans only have a very limited utility.  By the time something is detected, a lot of people have already spread it all over the world.

So it seems that omicron is very infectious.  What makes that potentially good news is that anecdotally so far there have been no cases of serious illness from it.  The people that have been confirmed with it have had no symptoms or mild illness.  It's "good" news if a less deadly strain becomes dominant.  That's what happened with the flu. It didn't go away after 1918, a less deadly strain became dominant and is with us every year.
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Special Edition / Re: Comic-Con Special Edition 2021
« Last post by SamTurtledove on Today at 09:12:17 AM »
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Special Edition / Re: SE: Swag
« Last post by alyssa on Today at 06:44:00 AM »
it was a nice soft shirt too
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