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seattlegeekly
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As if there was any doubt, the concert was amazing! It didn't quite sell out but there weren't more than a handful of empty seats. Molly's opening set included a much more finished version of her Open Letter to Stephen Fry that she performed at w00tstock Seattle. If anyone had told me a year ago that I would be a raving fan of ukulele music I would have thought they were nuts! Marian's set was unbelievably good. Much as I like her stripped down just-a-voice-and-a-guitar sound, having a full band behind her really brings out the power in her voice. I really REALLY hope she was recording this set because it was just stunning.
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I was going to come up with an insightful and interesting post but then you said "stoner roadie science" and it very nearly made me snort coffee out my nose and now everyone sitting near me thinks I'm insane because I keep trying to not laugh at, apparently, nothing.
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Since you mention improv and New Choice, let me direct you to some footage of Jeff Lewis from The Guild playing that very game (though they call it "shoulda said") at an improv theater in Seattle that he, Sandeep Parikh and Robin Thorsen spent a night at during Emerald City Comic Con. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7J01YbIglNM
Toggle Commented Mar 24, 2010 on the play's the thing at WWdN: In Exile
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Excellent advice! This is more or less how we started doing the Seattle Geekly podcast - Shannon: Lets make a podcast about geek stuff in Seattle! Matt: uhhh... okay! Neither of us thought at all about how we would do it or how much work it would be, although a lot of that was ignorance. We had no idea how much work it would be and by the time we found out it was much too late. We'll be putting up episode #41 this week! http://www.seattle-geekly.com
Toggle Commented Nov 18, 2009 on Get Excited and Make Things! at WWdN: In Exile
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Bring this show to Seattle! you know how much fun we can be! We have cake!
Toggle Commented Nov 3, 2009 on the obligatory w00tstock post at WWdN: In Exile
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Having run into my share of asshat high end guild leaders, allow me to compliment you on your performance. Good stuff! Just a thought on how you can maintain your cool exterior if the whole "beetle" situation arises again - pretend you're spontaniously busting out with the Time Warp! "OHGODABUG!GETITOFFGETITIOFF!BUGBUGBUG... I mean... It's just a jump to the left!"
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Right there with you on the recovery. The PAX-crud was some epic level funk. Hopefully this won't dissuade you from bringing w00tstock to Seattle! On behalf of the residents we promise that if you come back we won't try and turn you into a flu-zombie again. Probably.
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I think this was one of the highlights of the weekend for everyone! In my mind this is part of what sets PAX apart from every other gaming expo out there. Stuff like this just doesn't happen at E3.
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Stopped by your table at the con on Saturday (along with 80 hojillion other people I'm sure). We were the ones who gave you one of our business cards "Just so we could say we did". Thanks for being so kind to us fans!
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I too haven't watched an episode of Family Guy in years but there was no way I was going to miss this one. The McDonald's drive through bit was hilarious but shouldn't you and Michael Dorn have been ordering veggie burgers?
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