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    Default Re: 2014 Long Island Pen Show

    The Anderson's really have made an impression in the community. They are like the kardashains of the fountain community. I saw many people getting their pictures taken with them. I thought some of the vendors were grumpy. Not the Anderson's. Lisa was sick and she still was so friendly. I plan to buy a lot from them.

    Plus I got to meet scriverly. I would love to talk more medieval history with her. Thanks scriverly for being friendly

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    Quote Originally Posted by Crazyorange View Post
    I missed the pumps. Though I met the people selling windows. Why sell windows at a pen show?
    Don't know, but they asked me if I needed any.

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    Me too. Already have Anderson windows. But I wanted to look at pens not windows. Weird.

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    Default Re: 2014 Long Island Pen Show

    Quote Originally Posted by Crazyorange View Post
    The Anderson's really have made an impression in the community. They are like the kardashains of the fountain community. I saw many people getting their pictures taken with them. I thought some of the vendors were grumpy. Not the Anderson's. Lisa was sick and she still was so friendly. I plan to buy a lot from them.
    Agreed, but maybe not the Kardashians. More Brangelina I would say, more substance behind the presence.

    I made it at the very last minute and caught the last 2, 3 hours of the show. Still got to spend time with the Anderson's, wave hello to the Binders and the Zorns, and shop around at other tables. Someone asked me if going to the show for that short amount of time was worth it. Yes, it's always good to spend time with friends. I am only sorry that I missed many of you Geeks because the shows are truly about the people and the relationships.

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    Default Re: 2014 Long Island Pen Show

    A couple of pics. The corner of my lime-green jacket shows in one.







    Anderson had ink swatches! I wish I could have spent more time leafing through them but the table was always six deep and I didn't want to hog space.


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    Default Re: 2014 Long Island Pen Show

    Quote Originally Posted by earthdawn View Post
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    Got to meet up with plistumi and that was just a highlight for sure. ...snip... NOW I just read above she was selling her own inks ???? HUH ???? Well whats that about? I would have certainly jumped on that bing the Ink-o-holic I am.
    I wish I knew enough chemistry to mix inks. I am limited to following cookie baking recipes (I am pretty good at it, says me as I much on a home made from scratch chocolate chip cookie). I had illustrations for the word INK at the show, but, alas, I do not make inks.

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