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Glass of Win
Los Angeles
Food/travel writer. Blogger. Podcast hostess.
Interests: Batman, writing, reading, movies, food, traveling, lulz
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please do this. please please please. If not for the lulz, for the ascot!
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My cats, Kermit and Otis, go at the toilet paper/tissues/paper towels too. Your cat Tweets are definitely my favorite :)
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I hope to be this cool of a TrollMom when I have kids =)
Toggle Commented Dec 23, 2011 on In which I am a Trolldad at WWdN: In Exile
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I don't even have a choice. I've had a pacemaker since late 2004 and all subsequent flights have had to receive a pat down. Luckily, nothing terribly invasive so far but I have not flown since July so when it comes time to fly again in either June (Toronto) or October (D.C.) we'll see how aggressive it gets. I'm sorry you had to go through this :/
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Glass of Win is now following milkglassmao
Mar 24, 2011
I'm a devout member of the Church of the Bat Signal and while I think what Grant Morrison did with RIP is unforgivable, I'm still going to give to the collection when it comes to certain characters and titles (Zatanna stands out right now). Streets of Gotham has some seriously gold moments, and Batman and Robin is stellar and worthy of a read. What is fun for me, though, as a Bat-fiend, is going back and collecting older stories, titles and collections that involve my favorite villains (Joker, Harley Quinn, Scarecrow with some Mad Hatter & Poison Ivy thrown in for good measure) I feel like The Marvel Universe is too vast and overwhelming for me to be inclined to start on it, and I have only dabbled in a bit of Deadpool and X-Men over the years. I am sure with my boyfriend's ever-growing collection of Marvel titles, however, I will eventually grow curious enough to cross religions.
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Wil - This really hit home. Stand By Me was, and continues to be, a profound movie that shaped me particularly because I related so well with Gordie - as an outcast, a budding writer, a devoted friend and as someone who felt she lived in the shadow of an older, more talented brother. I am thankful for you reaching out to us like this and sharing your raw feelings.
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Your fans are a fiercely protective bunch, Wil. :D
Toggle Commented Mar 20, 2011 on in which a good person is kind at WWdN: In Exile
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You two are adorable and your love simply radiates! Congratulations :D
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Awesome. I love the snippets. >>"It's ho ho horrible,"<< Hahaha, slow clap worthy or not, that quote deserves a genuine applause. Your breakfast scrambles sounds nummy, but makes me even more sadface that I am allergic to soy. I only eat organic land meat and not much at that. I did however come up with a killer tasty vegetable lasagna!
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I can't wait for your Big Bang Theory episode! Also, I plan to hit up our local game store (which is the same as yours) for a charity game night as well (though not a delve). I hope they're down with that sort of thing.
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LMAO! I had no idea where that was going and I was getting very concerned for the girl - as I should be! Those Cthulhu are dangerous! Does this mean you'll be bringing Munchkin Cthulhu to the set of Big Bang Theory?
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I can't wait to see this episode! The Big Bang Theory is my favorite new show ~ Pasadena represent, man! Did you buy Guillotine at Game Empire? I love that game! Can't wait to see your episode of BBT!
Toggle Commented Sep 25, 2009 on the big bang buzz at WWdN: In Exile
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I am so sorry for your loss, Wil. I lost my beloved cat of 16.5 years in 2007 and though it's been over two years, I think of him every day. I think the best posts on your blog are when you are talking of your every day life, and Ferris was a star here.
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I relate to this post and that article on so many levels XD
Toggle Commented Jun 24, 2009 on time to write at WWdN: In Exile
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I love it when you post about your dogs. I just spent a whole hour on Blog Talk Radio yapping about my cats; one of them has a similar issue to Ferris, dragging rubbish around to munch on. Bizarre, lovable, maddening creatures!
Toggle Commented Jun 11, 2009 on an all too familiar scene at WWdN: In Exile
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"Look, introducing Wesley – a teenager – as part of the main crew is like introducing a new product that consumers may not like." So...Wesley was like the New Coke of ST:TNG? =D I always liked him; but that's probably because I was a kid, watching another "kid" on a grown up show.
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