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Sigh. I wish I didn't have to authorize twitter and typepad every single time. Anyways, as of the moment I'm not going to the event proper but I think these two are prime for reading: http://wilwheaton.typepad.com/wwdnbackup/2012/03/if-robocop-was-a-bad-80s-sit-com.html http://wilwheaton.typepad.com/wwdnbackup/2012/03/i-spent-way-too-much-time-on-this.html
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Just caught this. Wil captures it perfectly. The sun was out, the breeze just right, and the buckets of beer were ice cold. And I? I had a hex of wheat so glorious people drove around it in circles all day long just to admire it. S.
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It sounds to me like my friend the Secretary of Geek Affairs needs a Sgt. at Arms. I'm just saying, qualified candidates are standing by. S.
Toggle Commented Jul 25, 2011 on if you cut me, i will bleed at WWdN: In Exile
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You know whose fault it was right? Bob, from the office down the hall. I swear to god one day that careless bastard is going to let a zombie in or something. S.
Toggle Commented Apr 13, 2011 on raptors at WWdN: In Exile
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Despite her violating the secret Mustache formal agreement that we would secretly place all our mustaches in various hard to find places about the ship, I can say she violated it with the best of intentions. I like to think that mine is still perched looking lovingly over the port side buffet bar. S.
Toggle Commented Feb 14, 2011 on Cherry Flowers and Bedroom Songs at WWdN: In Exile
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I have a million rules lawyer stories. Instead I express myself in Haiku, not for the prize itself, but for the adventure In spring, rules lawyers are not unlike Denny Crane only with more shat* *not the good kind of shat S.
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I feel like a complete moron for not thinking about that. I will palaver with the cabal and see what I can make happen for the future. S.
Toggle Commented May 6, 2010 on w00tstock 2.x is this weekend at WWdN: In Exile
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I too spent many hundreds of hours with Night Court. I had, and actually still have, a massive huge crush on Markie Post. As a side note Wil Richard Moll lives in your neck of the woods and is on Twitter. http://twitter.com/richardmoll S.
Toggle Commented Apr 23, 2010 on "Mi llamo es Bob." at WWdN: In Exile
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Holy christables I actually have something to contribute here knowing your food preferences. Being a meatasaurus the last time I was in Vancouver a friend of mine who didnt know that took me to this vegetarian place called The Naam. http://www.thenaam.com/naam/ I had the cashew and avacado enchiladas and A+++ would eat there without hesitation again. Great atmosphere and great food. We were there a bit early for beer since we planned to hit the bars later but I tried a tea called Mama and it was outstanding. If you can get out to Victoria for a day trip, do it. doooooooo eeeeeeeeet. S.
Toggle Commented Apr 9, 2010 on Eureka: all the rage - day zero at WWdN: In Exile
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This is exactly the kind of thing I was asking parents to do in my PAX East speech. http://www.stepto.com/Lists/Posts/Post.aspx?ID=610 Thanks Mr. Burke. That makes me feel great. S.
Toggle Commented Apr 8, 2010 on 1337 Parenting Skillz, FTW at The NVIDIA Blog
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You gakwed at it? Fucos! S.
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buddy c'mon. You know what shirt you gotta wear: Dragonshirt! S.
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I'm extremely excited because this means I'm not scheduled opposite you, which of course means I can both see the keynote *and* people will actually be in the audience for mine. :D S.
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I would add one small thing to this post: @Biz and @Ev, Please please please find a way to let us give you money so that this wonderful thing never goes away. I live in a sort of perpetual fear that like a number of banks or other online properties tomorrow they will announce "sorry folks, out of money" I'm so glad its here for free. But for all the reasons you mentioned I feel the trial has sold me and I'm ready to pay if it means it sticks around. :> S.
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I named mine "Dug" of course. Sometimes he hides under the porch because he looooooooooooooooves me. S.
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I was trying with no success while scratching my head in puzzlement to figure out all day why there was such a shortage of commas from the punctuation store which I access online. I now see with no small measure of amusement as I chuckle to myself that you used them all in your short story blog entry. S. PS. I totally have a stockpile of italics if you want to trade.
Toggle Commented Dec 3, 2009 on obscured by clouds at WWdN: In Exile
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Christables. That farmhouse shot is my idea of what a nice corner of an afterlife would be. What an amazing shot. S.
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Congrats to you both. Rochto and I are set to celebrate our lucky 13th in March. S.
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It's not on Amazon, but I notice if you check out your Amazon page ( http://www.amazon.com/Wil-Wheaton/e/B001H6MU9U/ref=sr_tc_2_0 ) under "Customers also bought items by", you're in really good company. S.
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Reminds of the old "Campus Crusade for Cthulhu" posters. "*it* found *me*" http://www.geocities.com/metropolexx/ S.
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I fondly remember a set of 1970's paperback presses of CS Lewis' Space Trilogy that my dad had. Not sure he ever read them but as a kid I cherished them because they had just outstanding hypercolored/stylized illustrations for the covers. I think back to 1960's/1970's sci fi covers as a golden age of abstraction and care put into representing the text. An ode almost, an art unto itself. Ringworld, Alas Babylon, A Canticle for Liebowitz, Under Pressure, the original cover to Rendevous with Rama. If I admired the nod-to-geeks of the binary bubble trickle on sucken treasure, I worship this. S.
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