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OK, clearly I need sleep before I keep making typos while talking about typos. And I'll be quiet and stop talking to myself now. Gah!
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That typo is really eating at my, by the way. Move on, Kelly!
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OK, that's better. Also Sounds of the Arcade: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J3tt6wc-HBo
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Shameless self-promotion to my videos of your readings on Friday... See a Little Light: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h8JZPvzFkPg (I really hope I'm not tripple posting this or something.)
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Weird, it didn't seem overly hot to me. I had fun in both line rides, for the Acquisitions, Inc. panel and the Wil panel. (I was near the front of the line for both.) We learned and played Zombie dice with random people for the first. For the second, some people near us bought pizza for everyone nearby in line and had it delivered. It was great! Time just flew by. I never have much issue with standing in lines at PAX because it's always nice to meet other PAXers and the end result is usually quite worthwhile. But then, I've always been a fan of the line event. (Midnight movie premieres and such...)
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Yay! Thanks for linking my video, and for helping to explain the surge in views over night. And also thank you for officially releasing under CC. It makes it far less difficult to decide if something is OK to post. I loved your panel, and I think the live D&D panel is vying for my favorite PAX experience of all time. Hope you had fun continuing to be a person at this PAX. Now enjoy your time with your wife! :-) (Oh, and I'm the woman who was wearing "The Wesley Crushers" t-shirt, BTW.)
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I really don't feel like jumping into the facebook and privacy arguments today. Way too heavy for me right now. (Though I am knowledgeable about the subject.) But I wanted to throw out a link for the "nicer" fan page that tries to be very clear about what it is. http://www.facebook.com/?ref=home#!/pages/Wil-Wheaton/346898470248?ref=ts Funny thing though, even though they try to be really straightforward about it being a fan run page, people still constantly put comments on there addressed to Wil. There are actually a number of actors who have pages that are clearly run in their names by the same front soliciting donations. It really irritates me. I hated having to "unfan" "Nathan Fillion" because of this. It's so disingenuous and prays off people, even if it does get used for a good cause, It's not right.
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Man, how many of us were home sick that day? I was as well. I remember I was bundled up on the couch watching the game show Scrabble with my mom. They interrupted and we were momentarilly annoyed that we wouldn't know the answer to the puzzle. Boy did that feeling change quickly. I still think it's odd that I remember the moments leading up to finding out about it better than the time spent glued to the TV with jaw hanging open shortly thereafter. I didn't watch the launch today because I was busy with work, unfortunately. Whenever I do though, I also can't help but hold my breath.
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What worries me is that although Warner bought those domains, they didn't grab the obvious alternatives of the "willwheaton" variety. :-/
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While I was about 10 minutes late to post the link to solve the mystery this afternoon (I did the math, but when I went to point out the beer post, it had just been linked already), I did decide to mess with myself. I started my own stopwatch on my iPhone for no reason in particular. Since my memory sucks these days, I'm sure I'll forget why it was running whenever I decide to use it next. Practical jokes on future me, FTW!
Toggle Commented Mar 19, 2010 on time keeps on slippin'... at WWdN: In Exile
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Well, I had a blast at ECCC, and you were a big part of that. I was impressed that you took on so many activities. I was thinking that Rock Band would have been a great After Hours activity on Saturday, like they had with the Masquerade and things like that. However, I had a great time with it anyway, aside from the short duration. I was right up front. Sorry for my lameness on sitting down in the front for a bit at the end, but I was trying to get some good pics and vids. (Still working on those) I thought the panel was fantastic. At this point, I've heard you read so many of your stories that it's all a blur to me where it was (podcast, audiobook, youtube, in person at ECCC or PAX, etc.) so I don't even know when/where I heard them before. You do such a great job of reading them that it is really fun to hear them in person. I don't mind the repetition though. Isn't that one of the big geeky attributes? It's like watching a favorite movie again, but this one actually is a little different every time. And seeing you and Leonard Nimoy and Stan Lee all back to back was amazing. Plus I was happy to get some good pics out of it. http://www.flickr.com/photos/kelita13/sets/72157623505672643/detail/
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Crazy. And awesome. I can't hear it in my mind now, so I guess I'll have to buy the DVD and watch it again. Oh, darn.
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