Renaissance Festival

Last Saturday, Susan and I were in Houston. Partly for work reasons, we visited the Texas Renaissance Festival in nearby Plantersville.

I took a few pictures, mostly of the Ultima Online player luncheon in which I participated. You can check out all the snapshots here.

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Jonathan commented at 11:48 PM on October 14, 2003:

Your link to the photos includes an extra ht, in front of the http://... Just thought I'd let you know. Feel free to delete this afterwards, just like you deleted that spam comment for term life insurance.

By the way, does anyone want any term life insurance? If so, visit me at www.macphoenix.com!

Nobody commented at 7:54 PM on October 15, 2003:

URL all fixed, thanks!

But I won't delete your post. As a friend, you can feel free to hawk your insurance on my site. :D

Susan commented at 4:03 PM on October 16, 2003:

I don't want life insurance, but if I know it's Lenny Bruce, do I get a stein?

Jonathan commented at 8:24 PM on October 20, 2003:

Ah!!! Susan, you have to answer through my form so I get it via email. I forced my friend to answer it when I was over his house just so I could get a new question up!

Jonathan commented at 3:46 PM on November 8, 2003:

That lexapro comment above is a spam. Isn't it weird how they'll tag the same blog entry over and over? I have one, "Tea and the Keyboard," that gets a spam comment every other day. It is very weird.

Nobody commented at 4:19 PM on November 8, 2003:

It sure is weird, Jonathan. I need to check out Scripty Goddess for their scripts that help block blogger comment spam some day.

David Bowers commented at 11:05 AM on December 31, 2003:

My wife and I are motorhomers who plan on retiring in a couple of years and would like to go on the road for at least half of the year. Some time ago we ran into a lady who just does Renaissance Festivals as a vender of witch dolls (that's what I call them be she called them something else). They looked like the wicked witch in OZ. We are looking for advise and info on doing something like that. Where do you find the merchandise, how hard is it to get into a festival as a vendor? She said she made a good retirement living. Anythoughts out there at all?

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