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Can somebody die from too much Beatles? We’re about to find out!
Any readers going to the LA Fest who want to meet a Dullblogger in the flesh — and God, wouldn’t that be something to tell your grandkids? — send an email to the site. I’ll be checking it over the weekend. I’m usually somewhat shy and prefer to swim the seas of Fabdom incognito, but if there are a few of us, maybe we’ll do a meetup.
“Try these Riñgo Jalapeño Poppers, they’re super-spicy.”
“Ahh, I don’t think they’re any different than regular jalapeño poppers.”
“I disagree. I taste a definite je-ne-sais-Starr.”
“If only Devin and Nancy were here. They could tell us.”
More — I hope much more — to come.
The week leading up to The Fest was ridiculously busy, so I missed your post. I would have liked to have met up. Maybe next time? Hopefully we won’t have to wait so many years before the next LA Fest.
Next time, @Parlance! My report is coming soon. Did you have fun?
I had an absolute blast. I only went for 2 days and really wish I could have gone all 3. It was quite a feat staying up so late though.
What was happening late, Parlance? Did I miss all the fun? I cursed myself for not hanging out with Phil and Julia Baird in the hotel bar, but jeez, I just couldn’t keep awake.
On Friday, there were a couple of dance parties. And on Saturday, the three members from Wings performed, Billy J. Kramer, Mark Hudson, Mark Rivera, Joey Molland, the tribute band Liverpool… I may be missing people. That was epic.
Aw hell, I knew I was missing something. Swear to God, I’m going to offer them free graphic design; that schedule was impossible to read.
I watched Liverpool, BJK, and Joey on Saturday, and it WAS epic!
It would be helpful if they would offer a grid version of the schedule.
YES! If Stanley Kubrick can put a man on the moon, why can’t we have a simple grid for Beatlefest?