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Some number of my crew generally work without shoes for an extensive set of positive reasons, including but not limited to increased agility, comfort, *safety*, and situational awareness.While perhaps a bit unusual in the relevant activities, it is our personal right and freedom to enjoy and presents no unacceptable risk or concern to either ourselves or the venues we occupy.
It even has its own musical interlude (performed by After viewing, Pat Cadigan begged to differ, “Actually, it was neither hilarious nor intense. I and a traveling companion were some of the first casualties …we only made through less than a day there before simply bailing out.While the barefoot issue was only about a third of what pushed me over my limit by the time we put it all in the rearview, I complained bitterly to Marriott’s customer-care department [as Renaissance is one of their brands] about the way we were treated.I would like to lodge a formal complaint against your property at Renaissance Harbor Place, in Baltimore.I was there for an event scheduled through this past Memorial Day weekend, May 26 – 30 2016, to help with its technical setup and operations.The event was a science fiction convention named Balticon, in fact its fiftieth year in existence, put on by the Baltimore Science Fiction Society (BSFS).
This was its first year at this particular hotel property, and may well be the last.
Within mere minutes of arriving to unload gear and begin building our technical infrastructure, I and several of my colleagues were harassed by the hotel security staff for not wearing shoes.
, complete with almost impossible stage directions like “He is standing in the stars and sitting on the floor.” Then Sharp randomly assigned roles to the actors in the room.
“As soon as we had a read-through, everyone around the table was laughing their heads off with delight,” Sharp told Ars.
The actors interpreted the lines as they read, adding tone and body language, and the results are what you see in the movie.
Somehow, a slightly garbled series of sentences became a tale of romance and murder, set in a dark future world. Aaron Pound reported “obnoxious and surly” behavior by including the now-famous “Shoe Cop” who was “enforcing their previously unannounced policy that shoes had to be worn at all times.” Longtime fan Hobbit, whose preference is to go barefoot, was particularly upset.