People that have bought their tickets. Have you received tickets or an e-mail to either say you got them or go here to print off? I bought mine a few months back, but payment has been taken, but thats it.....nothing. Hope it didnt dissapear into junk file.
Hey my friend and I really want to come to RTX but the only way we could get there is if we went to Austin on our summer road trip (We usually go somewhere for about 2-4 days and head home) with my grandma and 7 and 4 year old cousins(Girls). We live in Houston so the drive would not be long and I suggested going to Austin, however my grandma said we could go only if I could find stuff in Austin for my cousins to do. I live with my grandma (Not because I'm a loser but because I never really lived with my parents) so she knows I like roosterteeth. I planned on looking up things to do in Austin and pretend to be very surprised at finding out RT is there. I'm afraid if she finds out that that is the reason i want to go she will say, "No because it wont be fair for your cousins to not have fun." please if anyone knows what kids ranging from 4-7 could do in Austin that could keep them occupied for up to 4 days that would be great. Sorry about the length but I felt I needed to emphasize the situation.
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Sadly, I think I'm going to have to hold out for RTX 2013. I don't think the Navy would let me take leave for the second time in two months to go to Texas for a "nerd convention". That time next year, I'll be a month from getting out, so some of my terminal leave will definitely be devoted to it.
Depends, stilettos or platforms, one is okay the other is not, that decision should kick you in the face once! Don't ask me why I know the difference between the two, just one of those random pieces of crap I know.
I'm saving my money for next year. If i knew about it before i blew my tax return away i would have gone to RTX! And I always forget when PAX east is up here( I'm from NH) so I've missed the past 3 years of it. So next year is a road trip to Texas and a quick train ride to PAX!