(May 1930 --)
Robert Sacks was a New York conrunning fan and gamer who was a fixture at the WSFS Business meeting. His activity at the BM made him enemies -- he talked a lot and advanced many foolish and quixotic motions. He was one of those fans for whom the written rules were more important than what they were intended to achieve. Yet because he was always well-meaning and had the Worldcon's best interests at heart, he was frequently despaired of, but never hated.
Awards, Honors and GoHships:
- 2001 -- Balticon 35
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