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That's heartbreaking, Wil. It might be weird or comforting to know that strangers are crying with you over your loss of your Ferris. It might be because it is a sad reminder of a pet they've lost, or they may fear the loss of a pet they dearly love, or they've just connected with you, your words, over the years and feel for their friend Wil. So sorry.
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Use the link Mike Perry posted above, it looks awesome. It is like old twitter, shows only those sending messages to you. Or search to:wilw And I sent a message to @ spam to bring you back, only RT exactly what you said. To get them to take care of the spam!!!
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Aw, what cuteness? I wish my husband was not a morning person. I am the groggy shuffler, and he's all sunshine and rainbows and puppy farts. Thanks for the little story. With all this book writing and SECRET PROJECTS the internetz was beginning to miss our Wheaton.
Toggle Commented Aug 8, 2009 on just another day at WWdN: In Exile
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Heck, it's interesting to see the size a McDonald's meal USED to be.....
Toggle Commented Jul 27, 2009 on Q'Plah! at WWdN: In Exile
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That is awesome. Would turning it into a drinking game be totally uncouth? We did a trek marathon before seeing the new movie, and the game included such things as, "drink when you see stars, when you see aliens, when people get transported... and when data says, "Intriguing." Hehehehe. -mimi
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And you don't even have to deal with idiots with SNOW covering their entire cars! http://tinyurl.com/onxoy8
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That apology was not expected or required, but it is incredibly well thought out and eloquent, and very much appreciated. Very classy, Wil. I'm just 9.9 miles from Romulus and I was bummed. I was all prepared - I was gonna bring my Dancing Barefoot that I took to Stratford and New Orleans and NYC and Turks & Caicos (and soon... London!) and I was gonna make husband go- he grew up doing the same things you did. Bought him the 'how we roll' tee, and was gonna have him get his original D&D book signed. Reasons? So we don't stand there at your table staring at you in our heads going (OMGOMGOMGOMG Don't freak out, it's really Wil!!) and with the tee, and thrusting these items toward your waiting pen.. there must be something to talk about and not suffer awkward silence! PS. GO Wings. Nobody does hockey like us freaks. Also, your illness sounds like it really sucks. Really. I'm sorry. And hopefully someday I'll have a chance to get Dancing Barefoot signed. Thanks Wil. -melissa (mimi)
Toggle Commented May 2, 2009 on To everyone at Penguicon: at WWdN: In Exile
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OH Hai, You can totally afford to buy an entire city block - you just have to build it in Detroit. There's more than 100 houses for sale for less than $1,000. (Realtor.com, I'm not kidding) All you need is $1 from every single twitter follower. Or, hope the unicorns build it for us all. : )
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OMG. I would have died from awesome overload.
Toggle Commented Apr 28, 2009 on my god, it's full of unicorns at WWdN: In Exile
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I love unicorns.
Toggle Commented Apr 28, 2009 on more print-on-demand goodness at WWdN: In Exile
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Cool. Thanks! And no rush, really. I did spend time looking online and at my confirmation email for the answer before posting here. Anyway. Thanks!
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I twitterd my Q, but with eleventy billion followers, how can you keep up?! Speaking of the Subterranean Press edition of Happiest Days, when does those fancy signed copies ship out? Just wondering. Thanks Wil Have a great day!
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What? Did we crash twitter with 322,000 ++ responses? I loved it, too. Oh man, so funny. "Whil hWheaton. Wil Wheaton. Why are you saying it that way?" And hugging the teddy bear was giggle-worthy. And I don't know if you saw it the Hulu commercial with Seth MacFarlane. It has me mesmerized EVERY time. To hear Stewie and Peter and Brian coming out of a different face, this one guy. Blows my mind. Shut up Wil! *slap* Oh did I mention? I loved it! -melissa (mimi)
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Lol. Thanks for the odd post today. Much appreciated. Needed the lol - broke ankle last week and am spending the day fuming. I don't cope well with impairment. I got a spam message once that ended with "MORE POWER YOUR ELBOW" I really don't understand what the gibberish is in most of these, but some are quite amusing. Have an awesome day, -mimi (melissa)
Toggle Commented Mar 27, 2009 on in the country of the kaurava king at WWdN: In Exile
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One of those was mine! Squee! More to come - let's just say I travel a lot. Mmmkay?
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Hey Wil, I thought that red book looked familiar and sure enough my husband (who is also 36) still has his original D&D stuff in the red box (with it's friends blue box and purple box) in our game closet. It's filled with all kinds of notes and drawings from the kid he once was. It's awesome. You guys could make such a trip to nostalgia land. Can you come over and play at our house when you're in Romulus in May? My mom says it's ok. -mimi (melissa)
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