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Jerry doing...that one thing...twice in a row, along with the aftermath of each...occurrence...was the funniest thing I've heard in a long, long time. I really don't want to spoil it for anyone who hasn't yet listened, but I was literally ROFLling the whole time. Hope all works out and we get more of these at some point in the future! During each run of these podcasts, they are literally the highlight of my week.
Toggle Commented Apr 13, 2009 on his. name. is. AEOFEL! at WWdN: In Exile
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I love how it was really funny one minute, and then everyone started going down and it got real quiet. :D
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Okay, I apologize for all of these addenda, but I wanted to point out how much of a savior you are. I'm building this tower out of balsa wood for a Physics class project, and it's due...today. It's 4:17 here, and I'm still building the damned thing. The good Lord was kind enough to give me the latest Totally Rad Show, Diggnation, and (most importantly) Penny Arcade/PvP/WW D&D Podcast to listen to...and I finished them all, and was very sad because I was likely to fall asleep before this acursed tower was complete. Now, however, I can listen to the remainder of this book that I've been reading, and by Cory Doctorow, no less! Thank you, good sir!
Toggle Commented Mar 25, 2009 on Books I Love: The Hacker Crackdown at WWdN: In Exile
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Also, MANY THANKS for linking to Cory Doctorow's series of podcasts! I just might finish the book this way, now!
Toggle Commented Mar 25, 2009 on Books I Love: The Hacker Crackdown at WWdN: In Exile
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WHY ARE YOU SIFTING THROUGH MY BACKPACK?! I'm psyched that you happened to post this while I'm in the middle of reading this fine book! I visited the public library here a few weeks ago (for the first time in, like, forever) and, remembering when I tried to read this book on my iPod, got frustrated, and eventually gave up on it, decided to give it another try. It's a great book, and I'm only halfway through it. It connects a lot of knowledge that I've learned from the tubes over the years (such as the Steve Jackson Games incident), and, being an eighteen-year-old computer enthusiast, this book reads like a cross between an epic history book (more of a History Channel documentary in book form, really) and a novel. It's great so far, and I've had a blast learning about how things were in the "good ol' days" of BBSes, and so forth. While I was at the library, I wanted to check out "The Art of Deception," but it already out, so I settled for "The Art of Intrusion." Another great book, if you haven't given it a look!
Toggle Commented Mar 25, 2009 on Books I Love: The Hacker Crackdown at WWdN: In Exile
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Wow...I wish my dad was that awesome. I'm a senior in high school trying to do everything I can to persuade my friends to get into a 4E campaign.
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