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Not sure this is where this goes, but if it isn't, I apologize. Here in my tiny North Texas town there is an annual retro gaming collecting event called "Retrofest." People come from all over the state, as well as neighboring states, for this one day only event held in a church gym. This happened in early March when all this public health crisis stuff was starting up. There were no handshakes, just fist bumps. Almost everyone was there cool except for one seller who had a ridiculously high minimum for card payments, and he was a bit rude. Otherwise, good times, and laughs were had by all.

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Right on. Nice to see Retrofest on here.

For me, this is the event were I get to talk to the guys in the community because it's always no where near LPGE and I'm not stressing out. Previous years we'd done tournaments, always try to go out and support. This was the last event I attended before the quarantine happened. 

The GameCube kiosk belongs to Wes and I'm not sure he sold it.

How do you not have a picture of the WoN sign Drew brought down from OKCity?!?! I ended up buying it back in June.

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42 minutes ago, Ferris Bueller said:

Right on. Nice to see Retrofest on here.

For me, this is the event were I get to talk to the guys in the community because it's always no where near LPGE and I'm not stressing out. Previous years we'd done tournaments, always try to go out and support. This was the last event I attended before the quarantine happened. 

The GameCube kiosk belongs to Wes and I'm not sure he sold it.

How do you not have a picture of the WoN sign Drew brought down from OKCity?!?! I ended up buying it back in June.

I took like a million pictures. I didn't know the Gamecube kiosk was for sale. Really, I wanted the GXTV, because I worked at Funcoland 97-98, but I think that had a not for sale sign.

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