I’m not a good blogger. I haven’t even finished two sentences, and I want to get off of the computer. I like living outside of the Tron world! For example, taking trips to… San Francisco!
Thursday night we kicked off the weekend by taking Jeremy somewhere unmentionable. Well, not unMENTIONABLE, but unprintable. Suffice to say the high edge of my tolerance threshold for debaucherous peculiarity was finally- and FIRMLY!!!- delineated.
Friday, Sioux Sinner kicked off the show by dressing as Sally Bowles. Needless to say, she ran into trouble with the authorities within the first hour.
Day two brought with it sunshine, a lovely early morning, and a riding crop. Sioux dressed as Ilsa, She Wolf of the SS and the results were… ummm… let’s just say we’re digging a moat to separate Haute Campe and Century Guild for all future shows. The number of people constantly surrounding the booth, snapping photos (including a large group of Japanese businessmen clamoring to get photos of each other- and their kids- being whipped-) was… a lot. Like, almost got nothing done quantities. Fun, but CHAOTIC…
Sioux is currently losing sleep over a particular bunny:
We met a ton of great people this trip: ex Go-Go Jane Wiedlin was a favorite, Pulitzer Prize winning author Michael Chabon was a true gentleman, and of course it is always a joy to see dear friends like dinosaur maven William Stout and the event organizers Justin, Rod, and Sam. (Not to mention Robots and Donuts artist Eric Joyner as the best neighbor you could ask for…) Also, this guy made us laugh out loud:
Sioux and Jack ended the show by getting onstage to demonstrate the Nintendo Wii’s new dance game Just Dance by performing New Kids on the Block’s epic masterpiece of rock and roll glory, the powerful “Step By Step”. It was only a moment into the song when things took a turn for the strange, as the event inappropriately transformed into a 1939 Political Rally:
Finally, some personal photos: