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Wil, the book your thinking of in the interview wherein a man wears many hats is "Caps for Sale: A Tale of a Peddler, Some Monkeys and Their Monkey Business" by Esphyr Slobodkina. And having read it to my daughter every night for a little over a year, I actually yelled the answer at my ipod listening to RFB28 drawing quizzical though not surprised looks from my office-mate. I continue to look weird in front of my peers thanks to you and I have now dashed your dreams of writing the story of the many hats. Strange, nerdy, and yet wistfully poignant summation comment FTW.
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Wil, I take issue with your podcast recommendations. The issue is that I already listen to these. (I really enjoyed the physical breakdown of engineering jokes from the Drew Carey episode of Nerdist.) So now, the question is; am I incredibly with 'it' in the nerd community, or are you in that group for which nerdly 'it' has changed and what is 'it' seems weird and scary? Either choice seems unlikely. Can't wait 'til Wheaton Recurrence airs.
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I've got my order in and now I have the issue that I'm craving that bit of info that things are actually rolling out the door. Wil, can we get an RSS feed strictly for Happiest Days updates? I think you should get on that.
Toggle Commented Jan 11, 2010 on a couple of book-related things at WWdN: In Exile
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Because the Sheldon character is clearly not going to let go a snub of this magnitude and Comic Store Owner earned his exposition merit badge with, "Oh yeah, Wil lives in the area," I think there's wide open window for recurring delightfully evil Wil as Sheldon's Nemesis. (Oh, and now I've brought Star Trek back into it.)
Toggle Commented Oct 20, 2009 on The Creepy Candy Coating Corollary at WWdN: In Exile
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