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Wil, I just watched The Guild 4-3, and I have to say that I LOVE your acting as Fawkes. He's such a DICK!! You're really very good. We appreciate it.
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Well, it probably won't be today, but tomorrow will most likely be my daughter's birthday. So that's pretty close. Have a happy birthday. Jado
Toggle Commented Jul 29, 2010 on It's my birthday! at WWdN: In Exile
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And Fargo really does have a tiny head.
Toggle Commented Jul 24, 2010 on Colin Ferguson and me, on acting at WWdN: In Exile
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I'm watching Eureka!, and I am really enjoying it. RAAAAAHHH!!! WIL SMASH!!!! You rock, dude.
Toggle Commented Jul 24, 2010 on Colin Ferguson and me, on acting at WWdN: In Exile
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In 1999, I went back to college for the third time at age 33. College this time took me 6 years at night after full days a t the office, and more ranting, screaming, flailing commutes on the highway than I care to remember. In 2005, I graduated with my BS, and in 2008, I passed my professional qualification test. So I have a bit of knowledge of what it must have been like for you. In keeping with that, I offer you my congratulations on your progress so far, as well as encouragement for your continued progress. When I graduated college, I treated myself to something special. I never had the cash at the time to buy a high school ring, so I splurged on a "school ring" after I graduated college. It has the initials of all 3 of my colleges on it, as well as my high school initials, and the years I attended. It also has my personal education/career motto emblazoned on it, and in honor of your progress so far, I offer the motto to you as well. "Omnia Vincit Obstinado" Latin (roughly) for "Everything is Conquered by Obstinance" So look back on your journey, and add a voice to your Greek chorus; Prove to Everyone and Self Doubt need a new companion now. So introduce I Got This to the boys, and maybe you can dance on your razor cards while giving the Evil Wizard(tm) a much-deserved single finger salute. Keep on keeping on, Wil. Artists like you are needed now more than ever. Thanks for everything you do, especially sharing it with us here. Jado
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Evil Wil Wheaton(tm) says, "Go ahead - be a dick. It's fun." I love Evil Wil Wheaton(tm). He's definitely the Lex Luthor to Sheldon's Superman.
Toggle Commented Apr 15, 2010 on The Wheaton Recurrence at WWdN: In Exile
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Dear Wil, and everyone else who went to PAX; You are all SOBs. Somehow, and I WILL find out how, you all managed to infect me without my ever being in the vicinity of PAX. I am sick, and I blame all of you. The Iron Guard Salute may work at cons, but it has unforeseen side effects on those of us back in the world. The Iron Guard Salute is a vector for VENTRILIPLAGUE!! Use it sparingly, or there may be no world to return to. You have been warned. *Cough/sniffle*
Toggle Commented Mar 31, 2010 on in which wil feels homesick at WWdN: In Exile
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Some night when you are bored, sit down with the Basket of Unintended Kitchen Irrigation and some twine or strong ribbon. Knot the twine/ribbon around the wires on the basket, and just weave some reinforcement in there. Knot enough twine/ribbon, and I promise it will be strong enough for bottles of wine. It's the same general technique used to support old-time chair seats - just weave a net. Good luck. Please do something - the thought of beer exploding on a kitchen floor is painful.
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Well. A) I have an account now. I have read this website for a LONG time as a lurker, but this was sufficiently awesome that I felt the need to comment. B) My dumb comment - Everyone knows you are an actor, and are now a pretty well-established voice actor, but OH MY GOD. I am not an authority, or even experienced in any way other than having watched a billion cartoons in my life, but YOU SIR! You knocked that one clear out of the park. There are metaphorical cars in the parking lot with spider-webbed metaphorical windshields because that one was perfect. The teenage quaver to the voice, and the implied uncertainty in the cadence...that was it. That's what makes artwork on cells (or pixels on a harddrive - whatever) come to life. Kyle is a thousand kids I knew in high school, including me. And then Sir Horace... Alright, I've gone on too long as it is. Excellent, excellent work. Thank you so much.
Toggle Commented Apr 10, 2009 on kyle + rosemary is finally online at WWdN: In Exile
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