Sunday 29 July 2007

The man...

The man who went to bed before midnight awakes fresh as a daisy, dresses and sets out for his San Diego appointment with his agent.
The man who wore lampshades when they were in fashion is safe in the knowledge that he was not seen riding on the hood of an automobile at three in the morning, and that no photos will appear to embarrass him.



Blogger Johnny Walker said...

Lol! Have you been a naughty boy? :)

29 July 2007 at 10:52:00 GMT-5  
Blogger spacedlaw said...

Which one of the two might you be, then ?

29 July 2007 at 13:59:00 GMT-5  
Blogger Kelly Kilmer said...

I thought that was you we saw riding home from San Diego! Well, at least you weren't being smooched by Jonathan Ross or Neil Gaiman.

Eddie, it was great seeing you again at Con. The "wee lad" is as tall as you are if not taller! After leaving Top Shelf, I saw Black Diamond Detective Agency in more than one booth AND hit the local comic shop on the way home and they had finally restocked it.

29 July 2007 at 16:16:00 GMT-5  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Curiouser and curiouser.

29 July 2007 at 18:09:00 GMT-5  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Amazing how you didn't miss a day posting an entry during all these Con-frenzy!

29 July 2007 at 18:11:00 GMT-5  
Blogger Eddie Campbell said...

no i haven't. I was the chap who didn't do any of those antisiocial things, this year.

In fact, I was both of those fine chaps.

yes, he's taller than me. six foot two. Lovely to see you once more! thanks for the store observations.

wearing lampshades? old fashioned thing drunks used to do at cocktail parties.

ah but i'm wondering how things will go when i have to cross the dateline on tuesday!

29 July 2007 at 20:57:00 GMT-5  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Ah! I wasn't aware that such drunken wearing of lampshades was ever considered to be "in fashion". Apparently I was mistaken.

My personal experience being around drunks is that rather than wearing lampshades, some opt to wear nothing at all!
For three hours.
Walking through the house.
Putting books in the microwave.
Hugging people.
That was an interesting learning experience for me.

29 July 2007 at 21:51:00 GMT-5  
Blogger Unknown said...

Ironically, I imagine at some point you'll make those pictures yourself, sealing your embarrassment in the annals of art history. But it'll be a great comic.

31 July 2007 at 14:57:00 GMT-5  

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