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DUDE!!! Your son rocks!!!
Toggle Commented Jul 6, 2012 on A troubling realization at WWdN: In Exile
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I love the way your dog is staring at you in a WTF? way. Hang on, I really should have done that in the Wil Voice. Dog: OMG WTF DUDE? DO YOU NEED TO GO FOR A WALK?
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What happened to good comedy. If I found Wil's kindle before I returned it I would knock up a fake eBook called something like "100 uses of a dead wheaton" by Dr Sheldon Cooper. or some such thing. Upload it to amazon as a free ebook and then purchase it so Wil got the notification. I figure a week of such fun, then request a shipping address to return it. Some people today dont seem to have the "Don't be a dick gene"
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AWESOME!!!!!!
Toggle Commented Feb 16, 2012 on The Adventures of Lil' Cthulhu at WWdN: In Exile
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Happy Birthday Wil. I think its OK for us to start dropping years about now, Why are women the only ones to "make mistakes" about their age :o)
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Sorry I'm #TeamMarten all the way :o)
Toggle Commented Jul 26, 2011 on EUREKA: Glimpse at WWdN: In Exile
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6 hours? That's plenty of sleep Mr Wheaton! Wish I slept that long on a good night
Toggle Commented Jul 5, 2011 on tamed by the purr of a jaguar at WWdN: In Exile
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Mr Wheaton. You are as evil as the characters you tend to portray atm. I lost an entire evening to DungeonRaid. (Time to go pass on the addiction)
Toggle Commented May 13, 2011 on Various things I want you to know at WWdN: In Exile
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The only game reviews I really listen to are those posted by Friends who's opinion I trust, and who have a similar game taste to myself. I've seen too many movies/games that I have loved but which were slatted by reviewers, And the opposite Ones that were touted as the best since.... and I found very unsatisfying. So I tend to trust a few smaller gaming blogs where I know the people are giving fair honest opinions.
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Very enjoyable read, and I hope we will seem more of this story, or similar in the not to distant future. Oh. and "Bad Wil!" (in tone of voice for telling off a dog who stole your biscuit) You should not be so hard on yourself or worried, that short was entertaining, gripping, and many other words ending in ing. You can write, You can write well. Have you considered being a writer :o) Now go get yourself a guiness, then return to write more!
Toggle Commented Feb 11, 2011 on HUNTER is here. at WWdN: In Exile
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So we can all now play Vox & Vix in scrabble. If the other players query the words we can say, "Hey I heard wil Wheaton use them, and he's a writer!"
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It looks like part of an old industrial power board. The metal strip on right would be connected to the mains electricity, then you have all the individual fuses running off it, and you'd connect the wires for individual circuits to the other end of the fuse. That's what it looks like from the photo you linked. Hard to tell as not a good pic.
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nice one... Sheldon needs an evil nemesis to stop him winning every time. The only thing that would make it more "awesome" would be for the "evil wil" character to be wearing the moonpie t-shirt from your earlier post.
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Nice. Clown top and everything.
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You use a Mac atm right? The free Embed Artwork (http://dougscripts.com/itunes/scripts/ss.php?sp=embedart) AppleScript from Doug Adams forces iTunes to embed artwork in the audio file itself rather than storing it in a separate file. This works whether you add the album art manually, use iTune’s built-in Get Album Artwork feature or run another fantastic piece of software called GimmieSomeTune.
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I lost my dog of 10 yrs recently. Don't listen to anyone who says "why be upset its just a dog!" She was a member of your family, and its normal to hurt when you loose a family member, especially a loving one like a dog who gives so much while asking for so little.
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