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I always enjoy traveling to hear music. Meeting and talking about the shows with other fans at the hotel, at the venue, at breakfast the morning after, or wherever else you might go. Sounds like you'll have a really good time.Concert tickets - done
Convention tickets - done
Hotel reservations - done
Here's the new trailer for KCON Los Angeles 2018, which I will be attending next weekend. Am I ready for all this? Hell no.
This is what the Russian missile event reminded me of:So far the is month, with Trump pulling out of the nuclear non-proliferation treaty, Los Alamos gearing up for renewed nuclear weapons production, and a nuclear powered missile blowing up in Russia causing several fallout monitoring stations to go offline, my second offering will hopefully remind a few people out there that although artistic expression about the threat of nuclear war may have become passé, it doesn't mean the problem has gone away.
Almost perfect. From the reports I've been reading, the russian missile didn't release radiation because it was a nuclear bomb explosion, but because it's engines were using nuclear power. That is a radical departure from conventional thrusters. Thanks to ufologist/physicist Stanton Friedman we know such engines are possible, but I had no idea they were in use anywhere until this happened. More on the missile: 9M730 Burevestnik - WikipediaThis is what the Russian missile event reminded me of ...