[MA-SOC] Clyde's panel cancelled
Clyde Adams III
clydesan at gmail.com
Sat Sep 18 13:05:09 EDT 2010
More than a bit annoying, yes. Almost my exact words to Peter.
Peter Tatara is a member of this list, as of the last time I checked,
although I don't know how closely he follows it. His contact info is here:
As I have pointed out before on this list, you are not limited to
registration online/by mail or registration on-site. There is a third
choice: buy a ticket at a retail location.
New York City Anime: Events, clubs, shops, and more
On Sat, Sep 18, 2010 at 16:32, <saihitei at earthlink.net> wrote:
> Yes, stuff happens. But it's still more than a bit annoying. Since it's
> now past the deadline where you can receive your registration in the mail,
> it means we're stuck waiting in the long lines to buy a registration on
> Maybe Mr. Tatara can make an exception & let us get our paid registrations
> in the mail anyway?
> -----Original Message-----
> >From: Serdar Yegulalp <serdar at genjipress.com>
> >Sent: Sep 17, 2010 8:29 PM
> >To: Metro Anime New York City--social list <ma-nyc-soc at lists.baka.org>
> >Subject: Re: [MA-SOC] Clyde's panel cancelled
> >On 9/17/2010 7:12 PM, Clyde Adams III wrote:
> >> Peter Tatara wrote me there were "a number of late-confirming Japanese
> >> guests including Kanon, Takamasa Sakurai, Yoshiki, and three men behind
> >> Vocaloid software" and "I must weight requests from Japanese guests
> >> foremost."
> >> I am cool with that. Stuff happens.
> >> I am not pleased with the way I had to find out, or with how late I
> >> out, about the cancellation.
> >> I regret the short notice and inconvenience to my fellow panelists:
> >> Martinez, Angela Washington, and Ralph Young.
> >Dang, I'm sorry to hear that. Yeah, it's annoying that they dumped this
> >on you in such a sudden way, although the whole business with Japanese
> >guest relations is a touch-and-go thing from all the shows' organizers
> >I've ever talked to.
> >* * * * *
> >Serdar Yegulalp
> >serdar at genjipress.com
> >My problems have become social rather than musical.
> > -- John Cage, composer
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