#Trekworld. It has come and it has seen and it has gone. Another year, another extravaganza of presentation, lights camera and action of all kinds. You see every year, we sit around and ask ourselves, "Self, should we have Trekworld this year and if we do what should we do to make it more fun than last year, and can we have pudding?" This year we did, and we do, at least if your memory serves.
It is a collage kinda thing.
This is the Apocalypse, whoa.
I want to start us off with this. It has nothing to do with the title nor anything to do with the first statement, but it is a video. I have come to feel that everything should start off with a video, even lunch.
Many people have asked me how to operate a big bike company..., well it is actually easy. You just design some bikes and socks, put together a nice trade show booth, invite some customers, go and build up a race team, then make some frites. It is all pretty simple actually, at least that is how it comes across.
But seriously, it is a really big deal to us. If you were here, you know. If not, well lets just dive into some pictures and such - things that will make you feel like you at least knew someone who was there.
So stoked, as I write this, it is only 340ish days till Trekworld 2015. Schwing! The whole thing somehow makes me think of this story.
I remember the neighbor telling me a story once about his kids when they were growing up. One of his sons was talking about the crusty things that come out of your nose. His dad told him they were called boogers, and that it was natural. The kinda thing that just happens to a body. Sort of the same thing as earwax, everyone has it.
His kid thought about that for a bit, and then looked his dad, thought about it some more looked at his Dad, looked at his hand, then looked up at his Dad and then said, "but they taste different than earwax."
Oh, by the way, I'm radioactive.
Next years Trekworld booth will be something like this.