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When you are ready to make Wheaton's BrewCade a reality, just set up a kickstarter. I'll make sure my credit card is clear and my credit limit high.
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Y'know, Wil, I've been really meaning to check out The Guild. For some reason, I just haven't gotten to it yet. But giving me the DVD would be a pretty darn good incentive, don't you think? PLUS, since it's Season 3, I'd have to go buy the other two seasons also. Just think of it! With one meager gift, you could actually sell two whole DVDs! I mean, talk about bang for your buck. Wouldn't that be awesome? Don't you want to be awesome, Wil? DON'T YOU? Your Pal, -- Jason
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Look at what magically appeared on Urban Dictionary! http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=unprofessionate (Sorry I kinda dorked up the definition, though. I forgot I was defining "unprofessionate" and not "professionate.")
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Aww, but temptation is SO much fun!
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I believe the correct response here is "pics or it didn't happen." ;)
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Sweet! I'm off to raid Wil's RPG bookshelf, then! ;)
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Does that mean you ARE ignoring us if we're trying to get in touch with you for NON-business reasons?
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If anyone wants to give a little something, but isn't sure how much to give, may I recommend giving $18? It's a Jewish tradition that represents giving a gift of life. The Hebrew word for life is חַי (pronounced "chai," with the ch as in Bach). In Hebrew, as in most ancient languages, letters were also used as numbers, so each letter has a numerical value. If you add up the letters in the word chai, it adds up to 18. That's why I made an $18 donation, to give life.
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I can't spare much, but I can spare some. And like they always say, a few dollars can go a long way. So I hope my little bit helps!
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Sweet! This is totally going to change my conversations about Trek from now on: "Hey, is this the episode where that really funny thing happened to Wil backstage?" "I dunno, check the Space Jellyfish Book!"
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If we can steal naming conventions from O'Reilly, then this will henceforth be known as The Space Jellyfish Book.
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Wil, As Flaubert said, human speech is a cracked kettle on which we tap out rhythms for bears to dance to, while we long to make music that will move the stars to pity. I want to say something that will give you comfort, make you feel better, and ease the burden just a little bit, but the best I can tap out is this: I'm truly sorry for your loss. But you're never alone. I know we're a bunch of faceless names with some text attached, and it's not at all the same as having someone there to give you a hug and a shoulder to cry on, but I think a lot of us truly care about you. You've touched our lives with your books, your blog, your acting... hell, your stories about Ferris! We know how much Ferris meant to you, and even if we don't grok exactly how much it hurts, we know it's a hell of a lot. Now go let Nolan give you a hug. -- Jason
Toggle Commented Aug 26, 2009 on in which some comfort is found at WWdN: In Exile
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