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Re: CONCLAVE 2010!

Posted: Mon Mar 29, 2010 9:06 pm
by canyoucount
4nik8 wrote: cast members present

HOWEVER, if any cast members ask me, I will tell them that the pizza is good...
La Bella Stella Pizza & Restaurant
406 10th Avenue (34th & 10th)
New York, New York 10001
212.643.9797

Why there, you may ask? (again, out loud if yer a serious freak)


Why there...  It's a couple blocks from Penn Station?  It's away from the madness of Time Sq.? Italian food is great? (course it is!)

If I were a board member, I'd be stopping in.

Re: CONCLAVE 2010!

Posted: Mon Mar 29, 2010 9:22 pm
by 4nik8
canyoucount wrote: If I were a board member...
ooo, that's good - I can't tell if i'm being out-ironied!

ciò che la merda abbiamo intenzione di fare?

Re: CONCLAVE 2010! (*sorta* - read the details in post 1!)

Posted: Tue Mar 30, 2010 4:25 am
by GrandTheftAaron
you guys can count me in! Id never miss a chance to get back to the big apple!

Re: CONCLAVE 2010! (*sorta* - read the details in post 1!)

Posted: Tue Mar 30, 2010 3:58 pm
by 4nik8
GrandTheftAaron wrote: you guys can count me in! Id never miss a chance to get back to the big apple!
OK, i grant you, the pizza is good, but is yer pops gonna be willing to travel 1,135 miles for it?!?!

Re: CONCLAVE 2010!

Posted: Tue Mar 30, 2010 10:15 pm
by canyoucount
4nik8 wrote:
ooo, that's good - I can't tell if i'm being out-ironied!

ciò che la merda abbiamo intenzione di fare?
perche* non piove adesso?      

* no accent marks on this thing :x

Thinking of that piece of caciocavallo I picked up at Alleva in Little Italy the other day. =P~ =P~ =P~
Gets nice 'n gritty and sharp near the rind!
188 Grand St. NYC

Go there for appetizers before La Bella Stella!!!!

Re: CONCLAVE 2010! (*sorta* - read the details in post 1!)

Posted: Thu Apr 01, 2010 9:14 pm
by Scurvy Dog
So, since some of you are in the Big Apple... next time I'm there, I want to get some veal parmesan. Where would be my best bet for that?

Re: CONCLAVE 2010! (*sorta* - read the details in post 1!)

Posted: Fri Apr 02, 2010 12:40 am
by canyoucount
Sal's Little Italy is a good place to eat.  Good prices.  Corner Broome and Mott (369 Broome St.).  Look for the big chef on the corner, holding the blackboard menu.  They have good calzone.

So....    

Is C2010 gonna turn into a progressive dinner?  =P~


Ei! E il denaro dovuto?

PER CHE COSE???!!!!!!

Re: CONCLAVE 2010! (*sorta* - read the details in post 1!)

Posted: Fri Apr 02, 2010 2:08 pm
by 4nik8
Why is the guy from Philly such an expert on downtown Manhattan?

Re: CONCLAVE 2010! (*sorta* - read the details in post 1!)

Posted: Sat Apr 03, 2010 3:54 pm
by canyoucount
I dunno. *shrug* t'sa niche I guess.
I'm hardly an expert, but I know what you're sayin'.  NY's an easy trip for me, so I go when I can.
I don't drive or take the bus around town, unless I have to.  You learn more on foot.  It's also that "selective hearing"-type stuff, only it's selective learning.  Plus, having friends and acquaintances from tri-state area helps, too.  

In addition to finding almost all the filming locations of this movie, I've actually rode some of the subway system with that subway map book in hand.  I forget what it's called, it's buried somewhere.  It has everything.  Yards, interlockings, signals, what signals mean, abandoned lines and stations, etc.
I've actually followed along in the book as I as riding the lines.

Re: CONCLAVE 2010! (*sorta* - read the details in post 1!)

Posted: Sat Apr 03, 2010 11:32 pm
by 4nik8
It's settled then!

canyoucount is in charge of the conclave excursion tours

Re: CONCLAVE 2010! (*sorta* - read the details in post 1!)

Posted: Sun Apr 04, 2010 5:41 pm
by The Swan
canyoucount wrote: Sal's Little Italy is a good place to eat.  Good prices.  Corner Broome and Mott (369 Broome St.).  Look for the big chef on the corner, holding the blackboard menu.  They have good calzone.

So....    

Is C2010 gonna turn into a progressive dinner?  =P~


Ei! E il denaro dovuto?

PER CHE COSE???!!!!!! PER COSA???!!! ("Cose" is plural)-
LOL!!!

Re: CONCLAVE 2010! (*sorta* - read the details in post 1!)

Posted: Mon Apr 05, 2010 11:48 pm
by canyoucount
:oops: :oops:
Mmm-yeah.  I got ahead of myself and was in a hurry.  Luther only owed for one thing (la cosa). Thanks, Swan.

Re: CONCLAVE 2010! (*sorta* - read the details in post 1!)

Posted: Mon Apr 05, 2010 11:51 pm
by canyoucount
4nik8 wrote: It's settled then!

canyoucount is in charge of the conclave excursion tours
Serious?

If I have the time and somebody can tell me where the Lizzies' hang-out was and that warehouse the Riffs seized, then I think I could consider doing this.

Re: CONCLAVE 2010! (*sorta* - read the details in post 1!)

Posted: Sat Apr 24, 2010 2:19 pm
by 4nik8
Reminder: if yer definitely getting tickets for the UNRELATED, yet proximally conveneint NEW YORK COMIC CON, ya might as well get 'em in the next few days, as tickets are a bit cheaper if purchased before April 30

details here:

http://www.newyorkcomiccon.com/en/Tickets/

Re: CONCLAVE 2010! (*sorta* - read the details in post 1!)

Posted: Fri Apr 30, 2010 7:48 pm
by 4nik8
...looks like procrastination is not always a bad thing

NYCC has updated their ticket info with the following:

Tickets sold through May 15th, 2010 are all at a special Early Bird price:
Weekend Passes are just $45,
Friday passes are $25,
Saturday passes are $30,
Sunday passes are $25.

After May 15th, tickets will be sold at their standard online price:
Weekend Pass - $50,
Friday Pass - $30,
Saturday Pass - $40,
Sunday Pass - $30.

Order your tickets online to avoid the lines on-site and save some dough, as prices will be more expensive at the Javits Center.