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KaliAmanda
Brooklyn, NY
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Barely slept last night (stupid sleep apnea!) so I saw this in a state of relative stupefaction. Giggled like a demented prepubescent girl. At work. Awesomeness. Still a bit confounded by the little flame wars it caused in the Fark comments section. I suppose it was going to happen eventually, as it has with many other internet communities; but exactly when did all those eternal noobs with expensive computers take over? They're like gnats of negativity! I'm convinced these are the same d!cks that tortured geeks through their 30s and now that the truly cool kids are letting them in to the party they're back to their true form. Their auras are shaped like Florida. That's all I'm saying.
Toggle Commented Aug 18, 2010 on In which I am a HPOA at WWdN: In Exile
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Yes, exactly! DRATW. Perfectly expressed.
Toggle Commented Jul 26, 2010 on "as his kilt rises..." at WWdN: In Exile
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Oh, the awesomeness! THE AWESOMENESS!!! Can this be the cover for the next DVD? Because that is a keeper in so many ways...
Toggle Commented Jul 26, 2010 on "as his kilt rises..." at WWdN: In Exile
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Oh Wil, have I ever said no to you? The answer is always going to be yes. (Did *not* mean to make that sound dirty, I swear.) Print or digital works fine by me. Pick a format. Do it! Do it! Do it!!!
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Giddy. We watched all 3 seasons tonight and then the teaser. Giddy!
Toggle Commented Jul 11, 2010 on The Guild: Season 4 at WWdN: In Exile
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Dude, you can't let the ignorami get on your nerves! No amount of rage at their stupidity will make them less moronic.
Toggle Commented Jan 16, 2009 on unintended consequences at WWdN: In Exile
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You know, repackaging old gifts retains its magic s long as you share the experience with people you love. That makes all the difference! Happy & Merry.
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You know, repackaging old gifts retains its magic s long as you share the experience with people you love. That makes all the difference! Happy & Merry.
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It was a string of similar experiences that drove me out of movie theaters. Thank [your deity here] for netflix... Unfortunately, although some movies are truly meant for the big screen, I can live with a smaller showing; but there is no substitute for live music.
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It was a string of similar experiences that drove me out of movie theaters. Thank [your deity here] for netflix... Unfortunately, although some movies are truly meant for the big screen, I can live with a smaller showing; but there is no substitute for live music.
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It was a string of similar experiences that drove me out of movie theaters. Thank [your deity here] for netflix... Unfortunately, although some movies are truly meant for the big screen, I can live with a smaller showing; but there is no substitute for live music.
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It was a string of similar experiences that drove me out of movie theaters. Thank [your deity here] for netflix... Unfortunately, although some movies are truly meant for the big screen, I can live with a smaller showing; but there is no substitute for live music.
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Wil, is that a shameless plea for pie?
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Wil, is that a shameless plea for pie?
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I discovered Miyazaki's work in the past year. I fell completely in love with "Howls Moving Castle". We caught "Spirited Away" this past weekend and I still have those images fresh in my mind. Each of his movies is a small masterpiece that always leaves me in a state of awe.
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I discovered Miyazaki's work in the past year. I fell completely in love with "Howls Moving Castle". We caught "Spirited Away" this past weekend and I still have those images fresh in my mind. Each of his movies is a small masterpiece that always leaves me in a state of awe.
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Hell, we'll miss you, but we'll all try to fucos on something else.
Toggle Commented Feb 14, 2008 on is there anyone home? at WWdN: In Exile
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Hell, we'll miss you, but we'll all try to fucos on something else.
Toggle Commented Feb 14, 2008 on is there anyone home? at WWdN: In Exile
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Yes! Mom wants a Don't Be a Dick sweat...
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Yes! Mom wants a Don't Be a Dick sweat...
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That is a great photo. Re: the impatience of youth. Wisdom and experience allows you to look back and concentrate on not on details, but a whole experience. I am glad your memories are fond ones.
Toggle Commented Jan 25, 2008 on Going Boldly . . . at WWdN: In Exile
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That is a great photo. Re: the impatience of youth. Wisdom and experience allows you to look back and concentrate on not on details, but a whole experience. I am glad your memories are fond ones.
Toggle Commented Jan 25, 2008 on Going Boldly . . . at WWdN: In Exile
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There's no accountability in a world where anonimity has become an ethical shield... People don't think about the consequences of their behavior if they are a fictional persona sort of thing. On another note, am I the only one who watched Retarded Cop and thought, "Wow, Wil makes a hot suspect?" (Besides Anne, I mean!)
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There's no accountability in a world where anonimity has become an ethical shield... People don't think about the consequences of their behavior if they are a fictional persona sort of thing. On another note, am I the only one who watched Retarded Cop and thought, "Wow, Wil makes a hot suspect?" (Besides Anne, I mean!)
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Merry Xmas to all. Now, all I ask of Santa is a photo of this gingerbread crackhouse. I think I have the cookie cutters that go with said house -- one dude's missing a leg, another's missing an arm and the third lost his head...
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