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I love the fireworks story, by the way, and I don't think I will ever get tired of it. I feel very much the same about all of your work, hence waiting patiently for Memories of the Future vol 2 and the accompanying Memories of the Futurecast. I always look forward to seeing the gadget at the bottom of my screen telling me there is a new post on the blog. I've been a constant reader of the blog since 2009 and and will continue to read as long as you continue to write...anything lol. BYW, I would love a new installment of Radio Free Burrito for my, and my iPod's, listening pleasure *hopeful face* Also, I have the same cat issue. Toss in, cat sitting on your head while you sleep and it's a mirror of my night. *sigh*
Toggle Commented Jul 5, 2011 on tamed by the purr of a jaguar at WWdN: In Exile
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I know you are super busy, but I remember you saying you were working on Memories of the Future Part 2. Any idea when we may see it? I'm itching to read it and add it too my collection of wilw books.
Toggle Commented Apr 18, 2011 on shameless self promotion at WWdN: In Exile
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I really loved Toy Soldiers! I did own in on VHS until the VCR ate it a few years ago. I finally tracked down a copy of it on DVD, and even mentioned it in an (unpublished) book I've written. Joey was definitely one of my favourite parts of the movie. Hmm, now I want to watch it again, off to the DVD shelves...
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I did send you a Tweet, but I figured it could be said twice, since you are so awesome. Happy Birthday Wil!!
Toggle Commented Jul 30, 2010 on It's my birthday! at WWdN: In Exile
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I really am loving season 4 so far. Felicia is so talented, coming up with the storylines, and the actors bring it to life perfectly. Fawkes had just the right amount of comedy and arrogance in episode 2. Well done Mr. Wheaton. I can't wait for next weeks installment now.
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I would love something like that Wil. I say go for it.
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First, I am so happy that you will be returning to Leverage again. I loved the character of Chaos, and I really just enjoy watching you act. You have a great ability to bring a character to life, and I'm so happy you have the opportunites to do it more. I too have serious issues with DRM. I'm tired of paying for shows, that I can't watch anywhere but my laptop, case and point, The Guild. I bought The Guild seasons through iTunes, and when I went to play them on my TV, which is linked to my computer through my PS3, the format is not supported. Really? I did pay for them, I just want to watch them. I understand the need for a creator to protect their work, but does it have to be at the cost of people who pay for it? I don't know how, but there has to be a better way to do this without screwing over the little guy.
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*hug* Hey, I finally hugged Wil Wheaton! A life long dream come true. Seriously, I'm glad that everything worked out for you. I missed seeing you grace my television screen. It's nice to know that there are actors out there who love what they do.
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Thanks for the Burrito Wil, I've been very hungry lately. Missed the podcast alot. I look forward to it to perk up my mondays. So glad to have you back on The Guild! Can't wait for season 4!
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I love that there is a new episode of Radio Free Burrito. It is the best part of my week and I have missed it so much. Although at the same time, I'm very happy that you have been way too busy working to record the Burrito:) I am never disappointed with the music or the content of your podcasts and this week was no exception. I love that Anne recorded a bumper for you too! That was awesome! Oh, and I'm glad that you found your recent trip to Canada enjoyable, with the exception of the shopping tag incident. Maybe it will tempt you to come and visit more often... For your sanity, I hope the constuction ends soon.
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I am always sad to see episodes of The Big Bang Theory come to an end, but never more so than when 'Evil'Wil Wheaton appears. *tear drop falls* I really hope they bring you (well, evil you) back again soon!
Toggle Commented Apr 13, 2010 on The Wheaton Recurrence at WWdN: In Exile
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That was such a tease, but I'm grateful anyway. I can't wait for Monday night now. Hopefully we can hear all about your newest projects on an episode of Radio Free Burrito soon. I've missed it alot. Have fun in Vancouver, and thanks for posting a preview that all of us Canadians can see;)
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Such an awesome gift from a friend. I clicked the link and saw the animated version...very awesome.
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I managed to catch your keynote on youtube and can sum up my reaction in one word, inspired. I felt inspired to game a little more, to take the time to teach my brother to play magic and also proud to be a gamer. I spent the weekend at the Wizrd World Comic Con in Toronto, and although I know it couldn't compare to the feeling I would have experienced at Pax, I too felt sad when it was over. For 3 days I felt comfortable and accepted for who I was, a big geek. Great job on the keynote, and I hope Pax Prime comes quickly for you. *Also, I hope we can get an audio version of this speech, like the 2007 keynote:)*
Toggle Commented Mar 31, 2010 on in which wil feels homesick at WWdN: In Exile
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I really can't wait for 'The Wheaton Recurrance' to air! It's so awesome that they brought you back. I really hope that this becomes a semi-regular gig for you, since it's my favourite show. Also, on the topic of recurrances, will you be returning to The Guild for season 4?
Toggle Commented Mar 19, 2010 on something something giant balls at WWdN: In Exile
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That is SO AWESOME!!!! I loved your character the last time, and I look forward to some more "Evil Wil". Hope you have a blast!
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I loved your 2007 Keynote speech, I identified with it so much. Even now, in my house when we play Mario Bros on Wii, I think "our princess is in another castle", think of your speech and laugh. My family thinks I am nuts for this, by the way. Sadly, I live in Canada, and have a severe fear of heights so making it to see the keynote is impossible:( Good luck with this years keynote, I'm sure it will be fantastic! Even better than 2007! Hopefully I can catch it on utube.
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I have been writing my entire life, but not intensely until last summer. Since then I notice that I do pay attention to people, places and conversations a little more. I'm always looking for a new place to make a scene happen, new quirks for my characters and phrases that may be humorous or useful. I am excited to watch things now, I see everything with a new fascination. I write because I have to, but I notice things so that I can write.
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Well Wil, I tuned into to your site this year for the first time and I've enjoyed every minute since. I discovered Radio Free Burrito and Memories of the Futurecast and they are now among the most played list in my iPod. I understand that you can't help but touch on the things you didn't do, but that is always the case. You accomplished so much this year, I think you need to celebrate with a Guinness. I'm looking forward to new exploits in 2010. I wonder if they can top 2009, and I definately look forward to finding out.
Toggle Commented Dec 30, 2009 on it was a very good year... at WWdN: In Exile
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I sadly still do hunt down really cool sound bites and assign them to my computer. Nothing is more fun than finding the perfect sound bite. I really enjoyed the show tonight and I am very happy to hear that Happiest Days will be available soon. I can't wait for my copy to arrive. I love that you auditioned for Heroes! It is one of my favourite shows and I would love to see you on it (hey, never hurts to hope). See you in the new year! Have a good one!
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Thank you Wil. I've been having a hard time getting into the holiday "spirt" this year, and your post made me feel just a little bit warmer. Great story, I'm glad that you and your family can find the bottom line of such a wonderous holiday. Happy Holidays Wheaton family, and all the best in 2010!
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Loved the podcast Wil. I hope this will happen weekly until Memories of the Futurecast returns. It always seems like you have so much fun with them. I love the little sound effects too. I do hope that you will continue to answer more of the questions supplied by your followers. Loved the video game section and I agree, a Who version of Guitar Hero or Rock Band would be awesome. Happy Holidays to you and your family. If we don't hear from you next week, Happy New Years as well!
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So sorry to hear that. As someone who has suffered the same thing, anything that makes you smile is a good thing. My best to you.
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I am so sad that Memories of the Futurecast is finished! At least we will Radio Free Burrito casting once again very soon. I really did enjoy the podcast and I do hope that you continue it when Memories of the Future vol two is released. Also, as per usual I loved the music you featured. Always something for me to look forward too. I will be hearing Wesley saying "Whee!" in my head for days. I'm sure I will also be hearing "Shut up Wesley" but it will not make me smile. Quick note: I saw Nemesis on TV a few weeks ago and did spot you in the wedding toast scene, sitting next to Gates. I guess you appeared in some form of the wide screen version as I rewound my PVR and double checked it was you.
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Okay, loved the podcast. So glad to have Radio Free Burrito back. Absolutely loved the story, I wish there was more. Okay, I didn't love the ad for the planetarium. I live in Toronto and everytime I try to visit the planetarium, because such a cool thing, it's closed. You got my hopes up. I was literally opening my internet explorer when you said it was old. So sad. Really it was a cool ad,I just wish it had been current. Looking forward to more Radio Free Burrito!
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