Today in 1979 The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy was first released. Have a great weekend!
Stu Horvath: I am in Pittsburgh with Brian Taylor. I don’t know what people do in Pittsburgh, but I guess I will find out. Or just stay in Brian’s apartment and play Far Cry 2 for him.
Chuck Moran: This weekend I am going to go to NYCC and then possibly drink, drinks with Sam Machkovech.
John McGuire: This weekend I’m not going to NYCC, I’m going to Philadelphia. Party.
Dave Trainer: This weekend I hope to disappear and I’ll call you if I feel like getting a beer or something. Maybe pizza too.
Don Becker: Another Sunday, another 5K. This one with tacos at the end.
Matt Marrone: I’m either going to Game 1 of the ALCS or I’m going to sleep. Sweet, sweet sleep.
Ken Lucas: With Geek Flea IV approaching fast, I’m inundated with projects. Maybe I’ll have time for more ghost hunting. It is October, after all.
Brian Taylor: Stu Horvath is in my apartment.
Steve Haske: I’m drinking! For my birthday. Which isn’t until next week. Still, booze.
Richard Clark: If this back doctor I am about to see gives me drugs I will be hanging out with friends and maybe playing minigolf. If he doesn’t, I’ll be in severe horrible pain some more.
Michael Rousseau: Working, playing Code of Princess for review, and taking frequent trips into the Borderlands. Next week, I hope to get some actual writing done.
Jordan Mammo: I’ll be heading back home to the United States after two years in Asia. Reuniting with family and friends as well as eating untold amounts of pizza and tacos.
Sam Machkovech: I land in New York City at 4 p.m. on Saturday. I could use some pizza advice.
Brendan Keogh: I’ll be trying to spot Retro City Rampage’s many NES references while lamenting the lack of Dishonored in letterbox.
Ryan Kuo: Artichoke on 14th.
JP Grant: Stu may be in Brian’s apartment, but he’s in my heart.
Chris Dahlen: The kid is sick, or else I would drag him to the Davis Mega-Maze near Worcester, Massachusetts, New England’s largest corn maze and an experience that routinely takes us three hours or more. (You have to get all the collectibles, otherwise, why did you bother?) We usually cap off the experience with a hot dog and a $7 wind-up light pistol that’s loud and bright and totally obnoxious. BUT, since that probably won’t happen this weekend, we’ll probably hang out and play Eternal Sonata, which I dug up because it was time to introduce him to JRPGs, and that one is pretty easy.