jazzy009 wrote:Haha, I doubt I found anyone and if I did I didn't realize it. Did anyone else laugh when the cops started making people leave because there were too many people? I did...it was kind of a small room for 120 teams...
sciolykid101 wrote:gneissisnice wrote:Yeah, i didnt recognize me. I had my name on my shirt, but it was so chaotic in the swap meet room that people probably didnt even get to see it.
For those that were there, i was the one who got 3rd in remote, 5th in ecology, and 5th in fossils.
If you guys got medals, whatd you get? Maybe I'll recognize you that way.
Ok, then I met you. I was talking about that Harriton would win Nationals at the dinner.
Aia wrote:I think the problem was all those tables. Only a few teams actually used them, and the rest became considerable roadblocks when people were trying to move around. It was a pretty huge fire hazard.
I only found a couple of fun t-shirts at the swap this year... what do others think about the swap?
HappySciencePie wrote:Ohh, it was in a ROOM? I didn't get to go, btw.
Somehow, I always pictured it outside, with a bunch of umbrellas for shade, and HUUUUUUUGE crowds of people knocking the umbrellas over o-o;
I really wanted to go to Nats, solely because of the swap meet, because I'm not on the team xD
Who was handing out the pins with the M/U-tant Cow Pi? They look cool ._.
If somebody from that team reads this, then BRING THEM AGAIN NEXT YEAR >:U
Phenylethylamine wrote:The swap meet was in a gymnasium in '07 at Wichita; last year it was outside in a parking lot or something. I think it's usually inside, so they don't have to worry about moving it if it rains, but sometimes it is outside. And it's generally after dark, so there's no issue with umbrellas or shade.
The only thing I got was the free eggs of silly putty they were handing out. I actually did my best to get rid of all my stuff... the swap meet isn't really my thing.
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