Hey guys, I'm curious to know how often you've bumped heads with another collector and it got personal- because in recent years I've realized that being a TF collector and a nerd, geek, dork- whatever it's called where you live- can be fun and there's nothing wrong with it, but then you meet some of your own kind and realize: Wow, I'm not so sure I want to be a part of this anymore because these guys are complete f-ing assholes. It's unfortunate, because you might go to a TF convention, hoping to make friends and converse, but you unfortunately come across a few rotten rectums who think they know everything and it kinda kills the experience for you and makes you partially ashamed to be there. It's almost like meeting your favorite actor or musician, realizing they're a complete douchebag, and walking away thinking: I'm never watching your movies or listening to your music again- screw you man. When I was in college, I was in the nerdy fraternity- we were all about video games, WOW, D&D, comic books, anime, everything that was considered nerdy was there- and I thought it was gonna be heaven for me, but unfortunately I realized over time that being a nerd might be great on an individual level, but put a bunch of them together and it's only a matter of time until one thinks he knows more than the rest and they all start fighting over who can discover the cure to cancer or time travel first because they're a "super-genius." Because of that consistent personality flaw, since college, I've stayed away from my own kind. I mean, I come here and talk to people- but not in the real world- not at conventions- I keep to myself- because I don't want to fall into some sort of Star Trek VS Star Wars argument with another nerd/collector that goes on for hours and gets you nowhere fast- it's not worth the trouble to me. They're elitists- they truly believe that they know f-ing everything- and me being a TF collector, I'm pretty sure if you collect TFs you're a nerd yourself- at least in my book it's pretty close- not far from the word- you're into other nerdy stuff- which brings me again to my question: Have you ever bumped heads with another collector to the point where it got personal and have you noticed any consistent personality flaws with fellow collectors? And if so, does that dictate how often you attend conventions or interact with them in other ways because it's such a consistent personality flaw?