Way back in February 2013, the first official LAMB Meet-Up occurred in Vegas, and was attended by in total 14 LAMB members (including partners). This year the location of Chicago was picked – mainly because it seems a heck of a lot of LAMBs live in the Chicago area – and over the course of the weekend far more LAMB members attended. As such, it felt right to hold a podcast to mark such a momentous occasion.
Dylan Fields kindly stepped in to host the show, and was joined by Jason Soto – the co-ordinator of this year’s meet-up – his site partner Nick Jobe, as well as Bubbawheat, Daniel Lackey, Fredo Castil and two Lambcast newcomers, Clint Worthington and Chris Ramey. They had some drinks, had a few laughs, and played a raucous game of Cards Against Humanity – Movie special! – before talking about the meet-up as a whole.
Unfortunately, some of the other LAMBs who attended the meet-up couldn’t make it to the podcast. We’d like to thank the French Toast Sunday gang (well, Lindsay, Jess, Rob, Jason and Special Guest Dave at least), Dan Heaton from Public Transportation Snob, The Vern from The Vern’s Video Vortex and Steve Honeywell from 1001 Plus, who all made an appearance at some point during the trip. If I’ve forgotten anyone, please let me know, because regrettably I wasn’t actually there.
If you want to read or watch more on the trip, check out posts on these wonderful sites:
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