Do I sound like an ass in that Comic Con post?
I didn’t edit it after I wrote it and before I posted it. I shouldn’t write and post in a rush. It leads to me second guessing what I’ve written.
And it certainly isn’t my intention to be a jerk about anything that happened this past weekend. I had a great time. I think the people who were irritated it was taking so long to get their photos had a legitimate concern, but I also believe the convention people came up with a good solution under the circumstances.
Also, I don’t mean to belittle the rush or excitement people get out of meeting the actors who work these events. It is exciting for me that I met someone I admire, and I understand that it’s a crazy rush and we need to move along in order to get everyone photographed in a timely manner. I’m not complaining or denigrating people who enjoy meeting actors like that. I only meant to impart that meeting her was not the highlight of the day for me.
I hope I don’t come across as an ass and that’s why it’s being shared on Facebook.
Also: Who is sharing it on Facebook? Because you lovely people aren’t on my newsfeed and I’m always curious when I don’t get to see the sharing process.