I was just thinking about how rough it must be for your job to be a convention guest. Not for the big fish like say Shatner, but for the people whose careers didn't turn out quite so well. You start out thinking you are going to be some sort of very successful actor and you achieve that for a time. But then for many Trek alumni the job offers seem to dry up. Take someone like Garrett Wang, it seems like his full time job is basically just appearing at Star Trek conventions. It seems like it could be depressing in a situation like that, forever talking about your glory days that happened decades ago. Hearing the same questions over and over and over... On the other hand you are basically in the position of constantly getting your ass kissed in this situation. I'd imagine people are constantly telling you how great you are, paying you for photos, buying you drinks, etc... I'm not trying to pick on anyone in particular (Wang just seemed a good example). I was just curious if anybody else had given this some thought or had talked with Trek alumni in this position. Are they happy? Bitter?