Rebootus Maximus in Antarctica!

The global domination of “Rebootus Maximus”, the first ever PC Weenies collection, is almost complete!

Below are photos from the South Pole, with reader Pam Pappas, an avid mountain climber!

Pam in the South Pole, with Rebootus Maximus!!

Pam in the South Pole, with Rebootus Maximus!!

How did this come to be? Thanks in part to a little wishing out loud on my part, it seems. I told my good friend Stan Pardos, of the vision I had of “Rebootus Maximus” appearing on all continents. Flash forward a few weeks later, Stan’s friend Pam was making a journey down to the South Pole to train for her upcoming Mt. Everest climb.

The rest, as they say, is history. I beamed from ear to ear when I first saw the photos. This absolutely made my year!

Now all we need is Africa! C’mon! Let’s make PC Weenies reach ALL continents soon!


These beautiful and intelligent people wrote

  • Jose Gonzalez
    February 11, 2010 at 7:19 pm

    That is fantastic! Congratulations!
    A piece of your vision scattered throughout the globe!
    I’m sure this will make some of us readers strive for a nice photo (yes… I’ve been lax, and I promise you there will be one from my island.. but it will never be like this! WOW!)

    • Krishna
      February 11, 2010 at 9:53 pm

      Looking forward to your photo, Jose! Thus far you are the first and only owner of “Rebootus Maximus” in Puerto Rico.

  • Chris
    February 11, 2010 at 8:47 pm

    Well I thought Antartica would have been the hardest and least likely place that your art would travel. As it turns out, it’s Africa, how bizarre.

    • Krishna
      February 11, 2010 at 9:55 pm

      I agree, Chris. I never in a million years imagined I’d get any art of mine to Antarctica. It’s so cool to know something I’ve created and held has made it down there. Looking forward to shipping my first order from Africa (once it comes through, that is) :)

  • Rene
    February 12, 2010 at 4:03 am

    Good for you, Krishna. And even better for Pam, who can now enjoy her PC Weenies geeky goodness in the form of a printed book. It even works reliably in very cold places where battery-powered devices only work now and then.