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Happy Day! Congrats :)
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Please keep up weekly podcasts! RFB, MotF, gaming with your friends, whatever strikes your fancy. It wouldn't be a proper Monday without you.
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I love Zen and the Art of Writing. "Stay drunk on writing so that life doesn't kill you." A Great Truth. Been in down mode myself, but feeling the resurgence coming in...
Toggle Commented Nov 6, 2009 on on the hunting down of ideas at WWdN: In Exile
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Remember, the guy-who-Wil-won't-link-to-for-obvious-reasons has been doing his best to make money off of other's people's work. That is very different than just offering free downloads. That websites cost money doesn't fly, as websites are optional, unlike food or water. And the whole thing about comparing theft to borrowing from libraries made me cringe. Public money funds libraries, just like parks and schools and roads and on and on. Libraries are not making money by ripping off artists. They are not profit driven. We love Wil for his honesty and integrity, as well as his talent. I can't wait until October 13 so that I can purchase Memories of the Future!
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obviously, I am not (double post) cool...
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Okay, here's the geek-out! I've been visiting the site for about six months, just finished reading "Just a Geek", and have listened to all the D&D podcasts! Wil, you bring us all so much awesomeness! Thanks and thanks and thanks! You are just as cool as Neil Gaiman and Jonathan Frakes :)
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Okay, here's the geek out! I've been visiting the site for about 6 months, just finished reading "just a Geek" and have listened to all the D&D podcasts (so far). Wil, you bring us all so much awesomeness! Thanks and thanks and thanks! You are just as cool as Neil Gaiman and Jonathan Frakes!
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At the center of that huge ball of grief resides the joy Ferris brought into your life. Grief and joy are just one thing, and our minds make them different. I'm so sorry for your loss. The ones we rescue often end up rescuing us...
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There was silliness, yes. But TNG goes down as my favorite television show of all times. We've been very happy with the SciFi channel for giving us one night a week. We miss you guys!
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Please! Beg them all on behalf of those of us whose vicarious enjoyment of these podcasts was off the scale! I really had so much fun listening. Really. Please!
Toggle Commented Apr 13, 2009 on his. name. is. AEOFEL! at WWdN: In Exile
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Even though there is enough positive feedback here to inflate anyone's ego to the nth degree, I just have to add mine. I love reading your posts! The vicarious D & D thrills are amazing - more than I ever would have believed. Thank you, thank you, thank you. I think you have a lot of people here appreciating all you do. That is, in itself, one of the best feelings in the world. Okay, I've went all emotional in front of everyone, but finding your blog has been great. Thank Neil Gaiman for that one! And, well, I have always been an huge TNG fan!
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I envy you that you still play! For me it is long ago and far away....
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First time posting, and it's the D&D podcast that finally broke through my reserve. I played D&D back in the 80's, and I'm female, so that's got to be some kind of geek/dork/nerd record. Anyway, I absolutely enjoyed this. It was like the best kind of flashback. There is such great synergy between you all. It makes me miss the old days very much! Thanks for doing this!!
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