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Congrats on all the creative work, Wil. And looking forwards to seeing what the secret project in paragraph one is. Oh, and Bubs would like to let you know he's got a whitie sale on. Whitie sale!
Toggle Commented Feb 8, 2011 on back in flesh at WWdN: In Exile
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Sorry about the double-post. Stoopid browser.
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And then, Smurfs began to erupt from Wil Wheaton's still warm corpse...
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Also, Mrs. Canton is creepy as hell. Way creepier than Ian. Thanks for sharing some of your fiction, Wil. Really enjoyed it.
Toggle Commented Nov 25, 2010 on Short Fiction: 239 Sycamore St. at WWdN: In Exile
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You ever seen The 'Burbs?
Toggle Commented Nov 25, 2010 on Short Fiction: 239 Sycamore St. at WWdN: In Exile
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Not so much a rules lawyer story, but my most memorable experience with a rules lawyer was when we were trying to vote through a new constitution for our university RP club. Ten hours. At least two of which were spent arguing over changing, 'don't', to 'do not'. It spawned the quote, 'yes, I totally agree with the point, I think it is a very good point, but that's not excuse for bad grammar!'
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Although I'm probably not a 'writer', I certainly write. Everything I do and think and feel is recorded and stored away somewhere. I've been in the middle of huge arguments with my other half and caught myself recording thoughts and feelings for use in prose. Sometimes I feel like a guy with a video camera, but I typically go decide on something I want to capature from a particular experience, and focus on that. Sometimes it's the room, the feel of the day, or the people I'm with. If I know I'm capturing what I want to from something, I can relax and enjoy it. Then I don't feel like I've got the camera.
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Was he outside at the time? :D
Toggle Commented Dec 31, 2009 on the 2009 year in review, part four at WWdN: In Exile
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Thank you. Nanceoir, you're a wonderful human being :)
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You know, I'm surprised you haven't Arthur Dented that bulldozer. I'm game! We'll see who rusts first!
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Okay, well, do you know if there are any plans for those of us in the UK to see the episode? I mean, I'm sure I could find a site I could watch it at, but I'd spend the entire episode scared of the FBI beating my door down and dragging me off to some dubious 2nd world country for stealing from the great American media industry...
Toggle Commented Aug 27, 2009 on Leverage - The Two Live Crew Job at WWdN: In Exile
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Bechod, Wil. I've lived through 4 cats and I'm not even 30 yet. You poor soul. I'll be honest--I look forward to your tweets as much for the cast--cat, dog, iTunes, Pandora, Anne--as anything else. My heart's with you.
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KITT would spend the nights kicking arse and drinking whiskey with General Lee. The A-Team van used hang around in bars and brag about how they'd sometimes talk to him. True fact.
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Well, here's some more advice from a stranger... As Toalie said, replace 'fuck' with 'bang' because it suits the tone better. And maybe add at the end, 'only maybe not any more, because there's families on board'. The line about families on the Enterprise keeping the space herpes in check seemed a bit like it was floating all by itself, and making a reference to it at the end like that would, I think, anchor it. Also, isn't this the only time in the whole show the battle bridge is used? Good job though, dude. Don't sweat it: write what you can, take a break from it and then fix the bugs in the re-edit.
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I was going to blog about the EBM, now you've beaten me to it. Damn you Wil! I agree, though: It's going to change the game, if handled right. The less people between the author and the audience the better. It could be to books what mp3s were to music...
Toggle Commented Apr 27, 2009 on more print-on-demand goodness at WWdN: In Exile
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