Rats I think I peeked into that room and saw a bunch of wrestling divas and kept walking! Does Tahnee still look good? As for autographs, I only get certain people who I am a big fan of. At this stage in life, I can afford them, so I figure why not? Almost never do I get an auto without a photo. Photo's always rank higher.class316 wrote:Well I chose to save $60 there. My mindset at these cons is to cut down on autographs as much as possible to save money (for example I only got two autographs at Chiller).
She was in the same room as Maryse both Friday and Saturday don't know if she was there Sunday but I assume so.
Oh yeah when its the managers they are the worst, unlike when it's just some little old lady (often their wives). I have to say, there were a few "handlers" at Chiller that were 20-something women who I was MUCH more interested in talking to than the guests! Ha ha.mikeyicon wrote:Weird Al with Jay Levy (who actually is kind of a worthy of a photo op since he wrote and produced UHF and has been Weird Al's manager for a long while). Surprised line wasn't bad on Friday night. Wanted to get the photo with my daughter the following day since she loves him on Yo Gabba Gabba, but figured the lines would be brutal so time to get it then. Since I was paying for a cumbo, I asked the handler should the lines not be crazy and since I paid, could I get an addl. photo without paying for my daughter with Weird Al. They didn't see a problem, but told me to ask him. I did so and while Weird Al looked on, I asked Jay Levy figuring there would be no problem besides the fact I wouldn't wait in line the following day anyway. He looked at me puzzled, and told me what's the big deal to shell out another $30. Uggh! So was Weird Al signed my DVD cover and no signs indicating otherwise, I snapped a photo of him signing the DVD as I do this stuff for a friend/benefactor and need to prove it's signed. Levy tells me that was my photo. I fought tooth and nail and of course got my photo with Weird Al, but this totally ruined the experience and also knocked Weird Al down a notch as well. He seemed very odd anyhow.
In regards to photographing the guest signing, we were discussing this point with someone in line for Ralph Macchio, who was insistent that he got one of those shots with everyone that signed. He said legally you are allowed to do so, for authentication purposes. I don't know whether that is correct or not.