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This thread is for those that have long stories they'd like to share about PAX. And how it impacted them as a person and just what it means to them. This isn't for complaints or to write about the guy who was annoying in front of you. Positive only please.
This was my first PAX, as well as my first ever convention of any sorts. I brought my girlfriend along which isn't a geek or nerd and not really into anything gamin wise unless its Wii or something to do with horses. But when she got there and say everything she really fell in love with it. Which was a big thing for me, having her share in the experience and come very interested in things I'm very passioned about was just outstanding and really made it that much better. By the end of day 1 as I was standing in the front row of the Protomen concert I almost came to tears, just looking around and seeing so many people all having so much fun. And I for the first time in my life was being loud in public, normally I will barley whisper in public due to the face i get very embarrassed quickly. It was one of those life changing moments where everything falls into place and just nothing could ruin it. Although my trip was cut short in Saturday and had to miss a lot of the stuff i wanted to see cause my gram was in the hospital. (Call your family type of situation) It still was a great couple days. And just wanna throw out a big thank you to everyone there and anyone who had a part in making Pax come to life and be so great.