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I would very muchly like to be making purchase-buy of book-fiction, Ja.
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I must say, that thanks to the internet there are so many sites/videos/podcasts/blogs/Twitter-feeds, that offer an instant source of inspiration, and Felicia and yourself, Wil are are the greatest source I've found in a long time. Thankya muchly.
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This is very, very, spooooky. Just today me and my friends have decided to make a small film next summer. And if you'll permit a bit of excited "Look what I'm making!" talk, the film is called "101% Dead" (A rejected title from "Evil Dead") a Zombedy (Zombie Comedy)I'm writing and directing. Thank-you for your patience if you've read this far, if not- Screw you Nazi!
Toggle Commented Nov 18, 2009 on Get Excited and Make Things! at WWdN: In Exile
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Before reading this blog, I thought that nothing could have made the new Star Trek movie better. Whilst reading this blog and learning of THE Wil Wheaton's involvement I began grinning maniacally. And somewhwere towards the end (When learning what dialogue you voiced) I punched the air and made a victory noise that normally would only be appropriate, had I just defeated Khan Noonien Singh in Pon Farr, for the rights to every green orion slave girl...EVER. In short: This blog is made me substantially happy.
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I now use "Game Over Moonpie" in most gaming situations, I intend to say it if my character crits tonight. Or even if he doesn't. Or if when I go into college I beat someone in a ficticious race to the door-(You know, the ones where you think to yourself "I bet I can get through the front entrance before they do" and then you...race). Essentially I'll be saying "Game Over Moonpie" Almost perpetually in the coming weeks, and perhaps years.
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P.S There's also another circle reading: "FREAKING AWESOME!!!"
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This video is in the middle of a warm fuzzy ven diagram, with the circles being labelled "Geeky" and "Beautiful".
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That was a great podcast. Mainly because it was funny in a really refreshing way, not belly laughs every 30 seconds but 9 minutes of chuckling to yourself as your headphones bring melodious merriment to your ears. Thanks a lot Wil.
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Having learnt that there was a new Penny Arcade/PvP/Wil Wheaton podcast, I did a small dance, shouted "Woo-hoo", and then realised that "I have a little poem I'd like to read in honor of this occasion, if I may". "It's easy to grin when your ship comes in and you've got the stock market beat. But the man worthwhile, is the man who can smile When his shorts are too tight in the seat" "OK, Pookie, do the honors".
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