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Jen

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  • Birthday 04/07/1984

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  1. i understand if the queue is ENORMOUS stopping the posed photos, but no photos of people getting signitures, i was told it would take too long. I counted a total of 8 seconds that my sister spent with James Marsters, plenty of time for me to take a shot, so why was my camera pushed away?
  2. Queue control is a crappy and thankless task. In order to allow as many people as possible to get an autograph and/or meet the guest, you have to (unfortunately) hurry people along. So you're slagged off for doing your job wether you benefit the people at front of the queue or at the end. It's completely impossible to win *shrug* I was working ADs Q for most of Sunday (though I was covered for a while when I ran off for a break and to get Alan Cumming's auto, so I understand that you may not be referring to me) but I have NEVER pulled or grabbed anyone that I don't know personally.
  3. My major complaint of the day was how rushed everything was. I met James Marsters, JRD, Sean Astin and Antony Head and i barely got a minute with them altogether. I got to the doors 4 5 am and had no probs getting any of their autographs but i was pushed past byt he crew members b4 i had a chance2 say two words to any of them. The only guest i actaully got to speak to was Sean Astin and thats cus i was getting 5 signitures, and for £100 i should have got a photo at least The worst queue was Alexis Denisof, i was going up 2 get his autograph but changed my mind when i saw the way the p
  4. At the end of the day if i was given a virtual ticket higher than 500 i would not get my hopes up that i would get the chance to meet the guest. Its not that unusual that guests leave earlier than planned or that their queue may move slowly. I didnt want to come away disappointed so i arrived at 5am. No problems getting any virtual tickets or autographs. It was an enormous shame that i came away without a single photograph of any of the guests i met, but it seemed so much busier than any of the other collectormanias i have attended.
  5. Its nice to know there is still stuff to be released in the future, it means it isnt really over yet and gives us something else to look forward to.
  6. It was near all the guests, i just wondered if that was better than the one by Next, cus weren't some people let in through next last time before some of us were let in?
  7. I usually wait at the one by cyclo sports, is ne any better than the other really? I can only go for one day and i dont want to miss out on any guests
  8. I think it would be good to tell people which queue they are nearest too when they are queuing outside so they can get to the queue they want quicker. There was only one person in the queue in october when i arrived but loads of people got in before me so it was a little annoying. Crew shold be there to tell us which door is best to queue at for certain guests
  9. erm.... it is i think what you did wrong was q'd for nick brendon as soon as u got there and got in the first 20 people. that meant u took no ticket, but u did get in the q first. It also meant u couldn't go round all the other q's and get a ticket at the start like everyone else did. the virtual q was a collectormania idea. Yeah, I'm aware that there is a virtual ticket system in place. Maybe i wasnt clear enough, what i'm saying is, the tickets are not always handed out as soon as you reach the queues, you have to hang around and wait for them to start handing them out, w
  10. erm.... it is i think what you did wrong was q'd for nick brendon as soon as u got there and got in the first 20 people. that meant u took no ticket, but u did get in the q first. It also meant u couldn't go round all the other q's and get a ticket at the start like everyone else did. the virtual q was a collectormania idea. Yeah, I'm aware that there is a virtual ticket system in place. Maybe i wasnt clear enough, what i'm saying is, the tickets are not always handed out as soon as you reach the queues, you have to hang around and wait for them to start handing them out,
  11. One thing that would it a lot easier for me is if it were done as it is with LFACC with regards to handing out tickets. For example, last time there were lots of people i wanted to meet but went to queue for Nick Brendon first. But because i had to wait 45mins before getting my ticket i didnt get to meet Carrie Fisher or Billy Boyd because by the time i got over there their queues had built up enormously and their virtual ticket numbers were now very high. I dont see why it cant be done as it is with LFACC and have people waiting at the end of the queues waiting to hand out tickets so that
  12. Uh oh, looks like ill have to go on my own now, my boyfriend is going to Glastonbury if he gets a ticket Oh well, hopefully i wont get too lost
  13. it would be cool to get people that were involved in the production of the film too, even better if they sign for free like Rick Porras did. i would have paid for his signiture. People like Richard Taylor, Gino Avecado, Barrie Osbourne etc, but preferably Peter Jackson:)
  14. I wont be able to go if the dates are changed, cus ive booked it off work and al the other days are booked off:(
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