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That was a great read Wil. Using supernatural abilities to tell the story while getting out the necessary exposition was quite clever. It certainly would have made the story darker, but, I would have liked to hear more about Pyke's atrocities. And, I am sure you could get some mileage out of Pyke's fall from grace. He has no family or friends now but it couldn't have started that way.....or if it did that would be interesting as well. Keep it up! I'd love an audio version and more RFB when you get the chance. Again great work, Nicolas Jackson
Toggle Commented Mar 1, 2011 on HUNTER is here. at WWdN: In Exile
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In the long run I think games might just win out. There is a lot to be said for being involved in the story vs watching a story unfold.
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Teen Idol forever!
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I love that story. I hope you guys end of doing something fun that you can brag about.
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That is a good piece. I would like to read some of your fiction but I honestly think that narrative non fiction is where your true skills lie. I am having a bit of a block day myself so I can really relate to this particular vault post. I just finished Dancing Barefoot Today and was going to make a podcast about how awesome you are but I found that my mic isn't working...I must have broken something when I was experimenting with Live 365 the other day. I could really use a Guinness today!
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Thanks for the Vault post Wil. To enter a state of flow is a creative persons ever elusive endeavor. The last time I saw flow in all its glory was the spring of 09. I've flirted a bit with it over the past few months but I am not quite back yet. I suggest a new show called Flow Trek: Flow State the final frontier theses are the voyages.... To trying to enjoy the tour!
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Not bad...I want more. I have good news, though, while you were writing this great scene I was scoring myself an interview. Wish me luck. I would love to read scene 2 tomorrow and tell you about how I nailed a job interview.
Toggle Commented Dec 3, 2009 on obscured by clouds at WWdN: In Exile
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Wil there is a saying that I quote here at the great peril of sci-fi geeks around the globe: "science fact is much more interesting than science fiction." Of course, I still long to hop aboard the falcon and make the jump to hyperspace or the Enterprise and engage @ warp 9 but maybe one day science fact will catch up!
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Wow! You sir have a very talented family.
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That was a neat story until you got to the blowing the audition part. Such a bummer. I can understand why that was a painful post to bring back. Still, honesty makes for great writing and documenting people being nice is always worthwhile!
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Good god Wil you are popular-three pages just to post a comment anywho-I am listening to the audio book of Just a Geek and love it. I don't want an audio version of Memories I demand it. I like the episodic idea...maybe it will give you a chance to try something I've been wanting to do for awhile-pay subscription based pod-casting. Keep up the great work!
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I am loving MotFC I would really like an audiobook working on the audiobook of Just as Geek right now and really Wil it is worth your energy! Now I have to take TNG Season 1 out and syn it up with Memories of the Futurecast. The binars kick ass!
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I am missing something and will have to discover what it is. On a different note Horatio is the creepiest guy on TV and I really wish he had died at the start of the season before last. I am sure the actor is the coolest guy in the world but the same can not be said for the man portrays.
Toggle Commented Nov 24, 2009 on CSI: D&D at WWdN: In Exile
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I made an album and put it up on Lulu. No one seems to give a shit but I am proud and slowly working on the next one. http://www.nicolasjackson.com/songs.php
Toggle Commented Nov 24, 2009 on Get Excited and Make Things! at WWdN: In Exile
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Wil, So sorry to hear about your dog. Our family cat Mog died several years ago...my Dad and I were swapping stories about him yesterday. The pain never really goes away but it does get better with time. All the Best, Nicolas
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Wil, I think the average human is too stupid to drive. I hate driving myself and to be honest I am not the best driver. I think a massive automation system is in order. Failing that lets dump our cars, take transit and hope that transit drivers aren't as stupid as the general populous.
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