Lamacorn t1_jeh4jix wrote

We were partying on a friends boat at comic con San Diego and saw the cast of GOT. We invited them to join for a drink and they all ignored us except for one of the producers. He was a cool cat.

Anyway, to answer your question, I wouldn’t approach them out of the blue. They are people too and I wouldn’t want people bugging me all the time. I guess that’s why I am in Reddit and not a celebrity.


Lamacorn t1_j5a8cw0 wrote

No idea . Lol. I got the upgraded ID that has to be verified with your address and whatnot, as well as a passport and whenever I go to MX they always ask for passport. Maybe it’s a Canada thing only.


Lamacorn t1_j58q52a wrote


From the DHS website:

> Q: Can I use my REAL ID card to cross the border into Canada and Mexico and for international travel?

> A: No. REAL ID cards cannot be used for border crossings into Canada, Mexico or other international travel.

The real ID is required for domestic flights and if you don’t have it, then you can use a passport. The new requirements are actually stricter, not less.


Lamacorn t1_j0a9lme wrote


Lamacorn t1_iy0vmhg wrote

That’s very true, I’ve definitely done quite a few DIY that most people would not consider DIY. OP just didn’t strike me as a DIYer with much actual construction experience.

The whole project honestly seems kinda weird. If you want a nice movie room where the audio sounds great, you might want to start with a ceiling rather than open joists, but that’s just me. There is a reason movie theater walls have a fabric coating.