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TheShaggyFreak
Centreville, VA
Interests: Music, video games, anime, movies, etc
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My friend Phil Hofer (AKA Frumph) is a Wordpress developer and is a great source of information for anything concerning it. He's helped me out a number of times over the past few years and I'm sure you'd benefit greatly from his wisdom. You can reach him via his website at Frumph.net or via Twitter/Facebook.
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I'm such a HUGE fan of Wallace Shawn. He ranks right up there with Robert Picardo. Last weeks episode was certainly one of my favorites this season. Great acting...great writing...just all around fun and enjoyable. Keep up the awesome work! William #TeamFargo
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I guess there are just some people who live in such a delusional state that they believe people on TV aren't human. It's pretty sad and I for one believe you acted with all of the dignity of how a person should. That woman got everything she deserved from you and that was absolutely nothing. She didn't respect you and that puts her in the category of 'being a dick'.
Toggle Commented Jul 25, 2011 on if you cut me, i will bleed at WWdN: In Exile
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My cat's litter box is just outside my studio. I swear they time their usage of the thing so that they take a massive dump ever time I just get started on the days work. It doesn't matter what time it is. When I sit down in that chair, it's suddenly poop o'clock to them. With our cat Echo it's not such a big deal. With Ryo-ohki, though, it's completely different. Her mother never taught her to bury things properly, so she just leaves it right on the surface to fester. Instead of doing the right thing covering it up with all that nice litter, she sits there and scratches on the side of the box for about five minutes. She then has the nerve to come up to me looking for attention right after the fact. I love my cats but they can be tricksy. As far as allergies go, I'm with you 100%. I love trees but sometimes I wish they'd calm down with the sex. It's like getting stuck in a hotel room next to the young couple who get it on like a pair of rabbits. No one gets to get a decent nights sleep.
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I had Highlights for years as a kid but I never liked reading it for some reason. I always thought they were particularly boring and ended up playing with Legos or something else instead.
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Sign me up! :)
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I actually still own my copy of E.T. and it really is that bad. For some reason, though, I didn't think so as a kid. I'm not entirely sure why.
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Looking forward to it! Eureka has come across as a very smart show in my eyes. It's nice to have a decent series on SyFy that does take itself too seriously.
Toggle Commented Apr 5, 2010 on Eureka! at WWdN: In Exile
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I approve! And the animated version had me staring at it for an hour. I think I'm going to need therapy.
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Wish I could have been there but I knew that I couldn't survive a convention after spending a week in Japan. I think that would have killed me. Actually, I'm sure of it. I wish we had in flight internet during our 14 hour ride to Japan but I had to be content with my PSP and iPod. Actually, it's an iPhone but it might as well have been an iPod since it was in flight mode. The on-flight entertainment thing was pretty nifty, though. Safe journey home!
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It's kind of strange, ya know? I remember sitting at a friends house watching Star Wars on Laser Disc and I thought, "Can technology get better than this?" I remember being in awe of movies like Tron. Technology is a wondrous thing, isn't it? My first computer was a Commodore Vic 20. 5K of RAM! Next I had a Commodore 64 with 64K! Every step I took, I kept telling myself, "How can this get better?" Now the average person can own a computer that has the ability to produce realistic 3D animation or record an album that is as good as any major studio. At the age of 35, I feel rather lucky to have lived through such great leaps in technology. I think we tend to have a better appreciation towards what we can create with these machines.
Toggle Commented Feb 20, 2009 on Geek in Review: The Musical Future at WWdN: In Exile
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