I bought all day access to the arcade room and got to finish up Silent Scope. I tried this years ago but the last boss is freaking difficult. A fast moving android is not a good target for a sniper.
I got some great deals on dice and some D&D 3rd edition books for my collections. You can buy that stuff online, but it costs more.
The Who's Line is it Anyway event was fun, but I really need to get in on the not-family friendly version next year. I don't routinely feel the need to work blue when I do comedy, but when the children participated in the improv games it really slowed it down.
D20 Burlesque is utterly terrible in so many ways. It is baffling how many people were enjoying it so much. Half way through I said "Forget the 20 bucks I spent, this is unbearably awful."
Crazy lines for Will Call, but this cannot be helped.
Gaming events where the GM did not understand the game he was running.
Some of the art projects were great. I'm thinking of Cardhalla and those big balloon sculptures.
Purposely courting controversy by inviting divisive public figures as special guests.
There was one other thing I found ugly but I'm gonna keep it to myself because it'd cause one bigass fight and nobody wants that.