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This is one of the episodes that has been stuck in my memory since it aired. It's also the one where I thought you were so lucky to kiss Ashley Judd. Just look at what might have been. If you two had married, you would have won the Indy 500! Rewrite = XD
Toggle Commented Aug 17, 2011 on I am easily amused at WWdN: In Exile
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I first played the Star Wars game in a sit down cabinet, so it really felt like a cockpit. In later years I played Robocop, Shinobi, Mortal Kombat 1&2, Terminator 2, and Revolution X. I actually used my newfound resource, something called the internet, in 1995-96 to look up strategies for Rev X. My family went to Great Wolf Lodge in Grapevine, TX a couple weeks ago, and my 4yo daughter wanted to go to the arcade. They didn't have many games she could play, but she likes to play skeeball. She can't make it over the hump, but she tries anyway. One day she and I will blast aliens together, but for now I'm happy trying to teach her the basics. I really need to get a Pong game for home. Damn you, Hurricane Rita!
Toggle Commented Jun 23, 2011 on the value of a quarter at WWdN: In Exile
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Not to belittle anyone else's preferences, but I have yet to find a K-cup that tastes good. My wife's work has a Keurig, and they have many flavors, but none of them taste right. We've thought about getting one of the reusable filters, but haven't gone through with it, since we don't drink that much coffee anyway. Glad to hear you're doing Generator Rex. I've seen a few shows, and I think it's pretty good. I've often thought about trying some voice work, but haven't gone out and made something happen.
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Wil, your aunt has got to be the coolest. My uncle played back in the '80s, but no one I knew played when I was old enough to know what it was. One of the curses of small town life. It wasn't until 2000 or '01 when I finally got to roll up a character and participate in a game. My first has been my only. Now I'm jonesing for a regular game, and Gabe's group with the webcam may have given me a chance to get together with that group. Hopefully I can get them to do it online. It's amazing what we can do with today's tech. Thank you for the peeks into your past.
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