Army of Mom

So this is how liberty dies ... with thunderous applause.

10.25.2004

More of the Dallas Comic Con

There were so many fun facets of the Dallas Comic Con that I could probably blog about it forever, but I'll make this one of the last posts about it.

First off, here are the pics of me with Wil Wheaton and Michael Dorn. You'll see Worf holding my camera in the shot with him. Hilarious.






It was like a Star Trek nerd's wet dream to be in such close proximity to Leeta, Data, Worf, Q and Wesley Crusher all at the same time. I thought I was going to pee my pants, but I managed to contain myself.

Me, Kat and the boys had such a good time hanging out with all the people. We met some really nice folks from the local Star Trek Club, the USS Joshua who visited with the boys and let them play with homemade light sabers and other cool stuff.

Pickle loved meeting the Star Wars characters. That is more his speed than Star Trek. Same with LabKat.

Kat and Pickle get handcuffed by the Star Wars fighter pilot dude.

We asked Darth if he was happy to see us or if that was a light sabre in his pocket. This elicited many giggles and heavy breathing. Oh yeah, Darth Vader breathes heavy all the time.

Surely the Alliance rebel there can save my child from Darth Vader instead of standing there and watching .... right?

He looks way too happy to be held hostage by Darth Maul and a stormtrooper.

Are those some happy boys or what? And, to think that she didn't even need her truth lasso thing.

Pickle has asked me several times when we can go back to another comic book convention. Anyone know of websites that can keep me up to date on these things?

3 Comments:

  • At 8:16 PM, October 25, 2004, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    Man, all this hot flesh is making me randy. Between the Hooters broads and this, I'm betting your boys will grow up straight. Your older boy looks like he just looked down her front and likes what he sees.

     
  • At 11:40 PM, October 25, 2004, Blogger Uzz said…

    Yeah...he has been asking me to take him back to Hooters lately. Every weekend we get into the conversation of where to eat and he says, "Hey dad, I know...let's go to Hooters!" Now that is a kid with a plan!

     
  • At 5:27 AM, October 26, 2004, Blogger Army of Mom said…

    Yeah, I don't think I have any worries about either of these boys going to the other side.

     

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