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In Salt Lake City, we had bigger lines than A-listers.” He describes a Sci-Fi Speed-Dating line that once overshadowed a William Shatner panel.
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Apple CEO Tim Cook recently detailed, in his testimony to the Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations, how he did this all been smart, but smart has not always been cool.
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“This is my third Comic-Con, but it’s the first year I was old enough to do this,” Ash Ketchum says, gesturing to the 82 men and women seated in pairs in a conference room in the basement of the Javits Center.
Lamenting the tyranny of football at his high school, he offers to show me his Pokall, but a Jedi knight with spiked hair yells, “Time’s up! Weekend Jedi warrior Ryan Glitch is the 27-year-old owner of Sci-Fi Speed Dating, which in three years has organized hundreds of speed-dating events at dozens of super-fan conventions.
My speed dates include a Peruvian movie buff, a Wall Street financier in Final Fantasy armor, and a cosplay photographer from Hong Kong.