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I agree with Katrina... you get a little something in your eye and a lump in your throat, watching the weather and waiting for them to land safely. I remember a few years back, heading in for rotator cuff surgery and needing desperately to know that the astronauts were home safe before I went in. Knowing what we can do in space bolstered my faith in the abilities of my surgeon and amazingly, I recovered my Ace serve! I even have the video, although much like actually being there, it's a real sleeper. ;) Congratulations, Atlantis!!
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It just occurred to me, when you were playing t-ball, I was twice your age, and my greatest accomplishment, second only to survival, was reading Alex Haley's "ROOTS" in less than a week for a book report. This is what reading your blog has done for me, helped me to remember. You rescued me from Neverland, and now it's all coming back, one incredible experience after another. Thank you, Wil Wheaton. Happy New Year to you and your family. :D
Toggle Commented Dec 30, 2009 on the 2009 year in review, part one at WWdN: In Exile
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I am one of many people, I'm certain, who are blessed/cursed with an awesome imagination, that survived the assimilation into adulthood and frequently prompts complaints from others such as "when are you going to grow up?" That said, thanks for the lovely Clydesdale Visual. As for the journey into expliCity "G.D." was the only speed bump for me. Regardless, I enjoyed Ep 15 in all of it's endorse-ed, accompany-ed, podcast-ed splendor. Does anyone really ever talk about Micro-brews anymore, without mentioning Portland :D Here's to hoping you are free to visit us in March ;) #Concon
Toggle Commented Dec 18, 2009 on knock me your lobes at WWdN: In Exile
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Never mind the rotted wooden beam, siding stripped away, crumbling like stale graham crackers. Never mind that beams life purpose of bearing the load of my second story paved entrance. Never mind the four by four post, now empowered to decide whether I descend gracefully to the ground floor or tumble ackwardly like a passenger escaping a downed aircraft engulfed in flames. I never mind when the air, clear and cold, claws its way into my lungs, only to reemerge, momentarily obscuring my view.... of this.. http://www.skihood.com/PhotoCache/4152369476.jpg
Toggle Commented Dec 3, 2009 on obscured by clouds at WWdN: In Exile
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Guinness Bread...my dad used to make bread with beer..or pull apart tomato juice rolls.. smells heavenly, hehe.. Hobbits.. ;)
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So sorry Wil, this guy-you-won't-post-a-link-to-for-obvious-reasons has to pay: the cost of the audiobook download x how many times it was dl'd from his/her/it's site, free Adspace on his/her/it's website for Wil Wheaton, for life, and a public apology, that is to say, a written/typed/vlogged apology on every social network where said Wil Wheaton is a member/a contributor/or is sometimes mentioned. That's all I got.. wish I could enforce it, but I'd be willing to bet if the guy-you-won't-post-a-link-to-for-obvious-reasons isn't sociopathological and feels even a smidgen of remorse, he/she/it will heed my request for penance on his/her/it's own. I'm hanging onto my faith in the good in people too... P.S. Wil Wheaton gives us plenty of free stuff... can't understand people stealing... and by free stuff, I totally mean the Memories of the Futurecast.. I laughed so hard at ep 5, my young son hugged me, thought I was crying....
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My first thought was that it would be some cool fold out cover for the PAX chapbook, I totally missed the distortion in scale, maybe I shouldn't slouch so much. Is your son pursuing a career in photo-journalism?? Nice clear shot.
Toggle Commented Sep 2, 2009 on a happy accident at WWdN: In Exile
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My heartfelt condolences to you Wil and the Wheaton Family. Surely you were all as blessed to have Ferris as she was having you.
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