Saturday, January 9, 2010

Oh I get it... The SOS conference - the Singing of Songs conference.

Two fingers seem to be popular.

See, I know what I'm talking about.

To those people who say that each day of creation actually represents thousands of years and use the verse "One day is with the Lord as a thousand years, and a thousand years as one day" to "prove" it, Mr. Ham says...

I don't think so. :)

"If you buy all these, we give you a free cardboard box." - Ken Ham Commercial

Back in the vendor hall, someone checks out the free cardboard box.

Scott, if nobody's interested, you have to interest them.

On my turn, I practice what I preach. I try to interest Philip in buying his dad's books. I used arguments such as family loyalty and a son's duty to his father. Since it was a Sufficiency of Scripture Conference, I even pulled out some Bible verses like "My son, hear the instruction of thy father..." and "Honour your father..." etc. And when he still didn't bite, I...

...well, I didn't know what to do. So I turned the stand over to Karen.

At least somebody was excited about our products.

Some people were just as excited about our competitions' products.

No wonder. They've got some ingratiating sales tactics... some eye-catching displays.

They even get the little children to come unto them and forbid them not.

At least we're not alone. Here's another vendor reduced to reading his own literature.

I meet up with a familiar face. He had a question for me. And it was a pretty tough one. How DO you get a closeup of John Moore with a Canon Powershot without his seeing you? I told him that, to be a photographer, you cannot be shy. I ought to know; I used to use a Powershot.

He settled for the do-it-behind-his-back method.

What? More stealth photography?

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