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Posted 5 October, 2013 - 02:43 by EVA_Unit_4A

Hosts: Jeremy, Laney, Zuey

This is about heels, cartoon physics, and Brion James from Blade Runner with a squeaky voice.

Click [HERE] to here to drop three bowling balls on a guy's head.

Video after the cut.

Hosts: Jeremy, Jessica

This is about exploding breasts, exploding ninja, and Mr. Miyagi not getting to explode.

Click [HERE] to hire an assassin named Hot Dog.

Hosts: Jeremy, Jessica

This is about exploding baseballs, Erik Estrada being a pervert, and Mr. Miyagi with blue balls.

Click [HERE] to shoot a duck.

Posted 9 September, 2013 - 03:47 by Destroy All Pod...

I'm not sure I understand all the details, but this made the news in China. There was a Toy Expo in Taiching China recently, and in it, a display of Japanese toys (Likely a Bandai-Asia display) featuring the Neo Jumbo Machinder Mazinger Z.

Despite the "do not touch" signs, some kid did and toppled the case over. Onlookers took pictures, posted it on the internet, and then, well, you know how that goes.

According to the report, when the parent was confronted with what the child had done, she responded with the chinese equivalent of "What's the big deal?"

Parenting at its finest.

(Report starts 37 seconds in)

Posted 29 August, 2013 - 11:01 by JoshB

Our local paper, the Lowell Sun, was onhand at the summit to give some exposure.

Also, check out the short video:

Posted 26 August, 2013 - 13:15 by JoshB

2008 was the year that I started taking CDX, and the summit, seriously. Egged on by Dan I decided to host the summit at my place that year, and attempted to make it a big event. I think some people bemoaned the idea of putting the event on Facebook and expanding our audience, but in the long run it worked out OK.

I ended up renting tables for the first time, and I rented too many, making the summit look a bit desolate, despite having our largest turnout yet. The specter of rain loomed ominously forcing us to move trade fodder into my already crowded garage.

Lots of new faces showed up that year, some would go on to be regular CDX contributors.

Highlights of that year:

- Numerous giveaways, which were totally not targeted to that crowd. Sponsors sent a lot of stuff, and the crowd reaction was "meh". I think this was the last time I did a raffle.
- Matt Doughty spending almost the entire summit in my garage, building a powered suit out of first generation Glyos figures.

Posted 21 August, 2013 - 09:22 by JoshB
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