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Yeah, I read show notes! Although I don't always. Yay show notes, yay Cards Against Humanity! I bought a set because of the link. Someone else on G+ or that ilk mentioned it this month, but it was not available at that moment. I almost made my own set, but now I just get to hand over credit chits. Wooooo! Thanks for the show, Wil- I enjoyed all parts, as always.
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100 people? Is that hyperbolic? My fellow co-worker and uber-geek told me it was up yesterday afternoon and I consider it an act of serious self-control that I haven't listened to it. I will in a few minutes on my way into work. I was just looking at the show notes and ... dood. EeeeeEEE! Thanks, Pal Wil Wheaton, for putting this together again.
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Dear Wil, A young friend of mine who is 8, just finished off her school year, which was overshadowed by a bully who took glee in tearing down this sweet, intelligent, creative creature. She would leave for school skipping, and come home crying. Naturally, her mom was furious and is doing what she can to keep her little girl from getting bullied again in next year's class. However, the 8 year old has to figure out how to deal with this soul-tearing bullying and get past. Mom, who is a wonderful geeky woman, pointed out she needed to be like Harry Potter and invoke her patronus. That this kid was acting like a dementor and feeding off all that's good in her. In this case, dementors can find a way to get at the 40-mumbles. Don't give this one the satisfaction. Just remember Ryan, Nolan, Anne, the menagerie and the legion of fans who consider you a huge inspiration. You truly help end world suck and you rarely forget to be awesome. Visualize all that, point your wand and summon that patronus.
Toggle Commented Jun 19, 2012 on Video Q&A Post for Denver Comicon at WWdN: In Exile
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Just... squee on the notion of the movie, which from my perspective feels like a bonus considering all the Amazingly Cool Stuff you've gotten to do over the years. (writing from Chrome, too, because I was tired for FF crashes- hrmph)
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Dude. I really wish I had something really excellent to say other than crazy people are scary and I'm sorry you had to deal with that. Thanks for sharing your other SDCC stories. I'm glad you also had fun and it wasn't all just nut jobs.
Toggle Commented Jul 26, 2011 on if you cut me, i will bleed at WWdN: In Exile
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Still reading, even if it's on a time delay. Hope the beer making is going well.
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Are you convinced yet? OK, how about now? Or: Yes. Also: I am so stoked for this season's Eureka! I watched the opener last night and I'm relieved. I wasn't feeling the love so much last season, but now-- yes. Also knowing you'll be around this time makes it that much more cool.
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I was listening to the tail end of this podcast on the T home yesterday and just cracked up-- you know, like you do-- (during the bit about garage band music, if you care) and the older gentleman with the luxurious white mustache noticed and smiled, too. I was tempted to explain what was so funny, but it seemed like one of those things that wouldn't translate. Also, I think I know your "Ken K" who fed the burrito. Weird? Possibly. There's probably a bazillion Ken K's out there and a subset of those dudes listen to you and a subset of them are willing to pay for drinks at Comicon. But I think that one was my friend. He knew when I fed the burrito, too. Eeeeerie. Have fun this weekend- try not to shoot your horse in the meantime. (That was a great story, too)
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I am familiar with many aspects of the lizard brain. Good luck in your ongoing attempts to tame it. No doubt you'll get it eventually. Hopefully a lot sooner than when you're on the plane over here. Just remember you're Minister of Geek Affairs, man, talking to your people.
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