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My Twitter feed was certainly interesting during those games - one of my friends is apparently a big Devils fan, so between her and Wil I got a pretty good play by play from both sides.
Toggle Commented Jun 8, 2012 on GO KINGS GO!! at WWdN: In Exile
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My husband and I are there right now - when we met, he had only recently gotten custody of his then-12-year-old son, and so the first years of our relationship were not just parenting, but parenting a teen, with no real prior experience for either of us. Kiddo is 19 now and leaving home in a couple of months. He's already out of the house more often than not now. It was a fantastic experience and I love him to pieces, but being done with the formative years is such a relief. I'm really enjoying our "us" time. I'm nothing but happy for our friends who are just starting their families, but I have no interest in joining them.
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The lean is a thing some dogs do where they walk up next to you and press as much of their flank as possible into your leg. I have a retired racing greyhound and he has all but bowled over unwary guests with this. He'll also press against your back if you're sitting or kneeling on the floor. Some breeds just seem more prone to doing it, and Danes and greyts are among them :) By the way, we just adopted two new cats from a local rescue and the male looks so much like your Watson, it's amazing. We named them Leela and Nibbler because the female only has one eye.
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Thanks so much for coming out. And doubly thank you for being the first person to recognize my husband's costume from DMZ! Even when you do a really obscure costume on purpose, it's sad when nobody gets it. Thanks also for the recommendation of Ready Player One. I downloaded it on my Kindle and had to resist the urge to start tearing through it on the drive home from Atlanta. I need to make it last! Thirdly and finally, thanks for just being so nice and enthusiastic and genuine. I admit I had started to get burned out on getting autographs - it's always been more my husband's thing than mine, and after meeting a lot of total dick celebrities at cons I just didn't want to do it anymore. I felt like I was being very respectful and friendly and getting nothing but contempt in return, and talking to you was totally the opposite experience. So, thank you.
Toggle Commented Sep 7, 2011 on My Dragon*Con Schedule at WWdN: In Exile
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Forget the t-shirt, where did you get those great shoes? ;)
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You should ask Neil about the incident at DragonCon where he wound up drawing a picture of his face on Colin Ferguson's arm. It was very entertaining ;)
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I think Adam's little 8-bit avatar should be missing an eyebrow :)
Toggle Commented May 7, 2010 on w00tstock 2.x is this weekend at WWdN: In Exile
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If anybody is local to the Northern Virginia area, my husband, stepson and I will be doing Batman, Nightwing, and Catwoman (respectively) at Laughing Ogre Comics in Fairfax (formerly Phoenix Comics and Toys) for FCBD. I may be biased because I worked there, but it's one of the best comic book stores I've ever been in. So come check us out!
Toggle Commented May 1, 2010 on Untitled Trolololo Picture #6 at WWdN: In Exile
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My husband suggested to Brent that he should bring some Night Court stills to his next appearance at DragonCon, which got a laugh. Then Brent tried to convince me I should ditch my husband and come back to his room. Brent Spiner is awesome. That year I decided to pass on Jonathan Frakes' autograph until I could get a suitable printout of his animated scene in the Futurama episode "Where No Fan Has Gone Before" - it's a dream of mine to get "Yes! Front row!" and his name. :) They'll both be back at D*C this year, which I'm excited about. In fact, quite a lot of Star Trek alumni will be at the con this year. Hmm, now if only Wil would make an appearance...
Toggle Commented Apr 23, 2010 on "Mi llamo es Bob." at WWdN: In Exile
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I've never done the Slave Leia, but I did make an appearance at Dragon*Con 2008 as Poison Ivy wearing nothing but plastic foliage. Had an interesting time trying to cover up my Batman tattoo. :D
Toggle Commented Apr 13, 2010 on The Wheaton Recurrence at WWdN: In Exile
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I hate to admit it, but I've been waiting for something to split up Leonard and Penny for a long time. Leonard needs someone more like Zoe from Fanboys - cute and ubernerdy. I suppose I might be biased, though. I nursed a pretty solid crush on Leonard for most of the first season, and as a girl who worked in a comic book store for two years, I feel like my "people" have not been fully represented ;) Some of us gals can do better than just quote Star Wars movies.
Toggle Commented Apr 13, 2010 on The Wheaton Recurrence at WWdN: In Exile
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DragonAge frustrated me because I kept finishing a big boss fight and then going into the next room and being killed by a mob of lesser baddies. I learned pretty fast to save after every battle.
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This is incorrect! Slash is ANY sexual fanfic, but has become more exclusively used to refer to homoerotic material. The origin of the term is from the / in the pairing, after all. "Slash" is only gay-exclusive in communities that also use the term "het" to describe sexual stories that feature heterosexual pairings. I know this because I used to be WAY too involved with fanfiction. :D
Toggle Commented Jan 22, 2010 on billy bad breaks at WWdN: In Exile
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I love how pets always act as though they thought you were dead and never coming home, and would have mounted a search party if they knew how to use a telephone. Every single night when I come home my dog acts like he hasn't seen me in weeks, and the cat comes over and tells me everything that's happened since I've been gone. Makes you feel kind of important, that someone cared so much that you were gone.
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Anne looks like she's trying really hard not to laugh in this picture. :)
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I hit the Tivo the other night when you posted that your Criminal Minds episode would be on. We're watching it now and I'm not sure I can make it through the whole thing - this is scary!
Toggle Commented Nov 2, 2009 on Happy Halloween! at WWdN: In Exile
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My friends from high school always refused to play anything BUT 2nd edition, and it drove me out of the group. I still hung out with them, but I couldn't stand to game with them anymore, for the same reasons you didn't like it. Eventually a friend in college introduced me to the beauty that is White Wolf's Exalted. It is so much simpler, and it actually encourages you to be outrageous and creative - they call it stunting, and it gets you extra dice!
Toggle Commented Oct 29, 2009 on senses working overtime at WWdN: In Exile
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Sheldon is not insane. His mother had him tested.
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Dude! You were such...such a dick! Awesome episode. I snorted lemonade all over our couch. Anyone else notice that while the show started off centered around Leonard, it has totally become The Sheldon Show? And, just let me say, no complaints here. Any chance for a reappearance, Wil?
Toggle Commented Oct 20, 2009 on The Creepy Candy Coating Corollary at WWdN: In Exile
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Here, here! I'm in Northern Virginia and my husband and I must have said "I wish Wil Wheaton would come out to DC for something" a thousand times. Heck, we would probably drive up to New York to see this if it was on a weekend, but DC would be so much betterer. We're the new technology corridor. ThinkGeek is headquartered here! You would be rockstars.
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I'm sure he would be, if he would ever get his butt out to the East Coast so I could meet him. No, this was someone from a later series, and he was very cold to me, which was really disappointing because I used to have a really big crush on him when his show was still on the air. Everyone I met at DragonCon 2008 was nice except for him.
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I only have a few autographs, all from going to DragonCon. My favorite is from George Takei - if you get a chance to meet him in person, do it. He is the nicest celebrity I've ever met. The douchiest celebrity I've ever met was also from a Star Trek series, but I won't name names.
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I think I need an autographed version of this picture.
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My husband has a Utilikilt, but he bought it from a local retailer (The Kilted Nation), which seems to be the way to go if you want one. I'm liking the look of some of the ladies' stuff at Sportkilt. Maybe for the next con I'll have a kilt of me own ;)
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My father is an old-school Trekker and he wouldn't let me watch Next Gen until I had seen all of the original series - a feat which I did not accomplish until the third season of NG had already started. Plus I was pretty young (born in 85, and yes, my dad made me watch the original series when I was a toddler), so I probably didn't approach it the way an adult viewer would. As a result, I honestly had no idea why people thought Wesley was annoying. It was only when I was in college watching reruns on Spike that I started to understand, and by then I was already a fan of Wil, and far enough along in my writing courses that I could spot a bad writing job a mile away. So chalk me up as one of the people who never hated Wesley Crusher. Never had a reason to.
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