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I played D&D for the first time ever this weekend. In large part, my interest in the game came from here and various things you've written. Won't be the last time I play and apparently I need to go out and buy dice now.
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"stomping through puddles long after I was old enough to know better (like into my 20s)" Interestingly, after your 20s old enough to know better becomes recognizing that you should stomp through puddles....and it's a lot more fun than stopping to smell the roses.
Toggle Commented Jan 21, 2010 on moves by just like a paper boat at WWdN: In Exile
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About two weeks into Amnesia of the Future, I came back here and started listening to the Futurecast....it was so strange going back to the book and hearing your voice rather than just seeing the words. While my AotF project is technically finished - I do have a few more Futurecasts to listen too and it's become increasingly difficult to not laugh outloud in my tiny open floor plan office while listening along - this clips episode especially. Now I can't wait for Volume 2 to come out because watching/listening/reading has become like a horrid crack addiction and I'm afraid that I'll start going into withdrawl soon.
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I would take a class like that in a heart beat. I always scoffed at teachers who told me "you'll need this when you're an adult" and now regret that I ignored them. But it would have to be affordable. Nothing more annoying that finding a class, getting excited over it and then finding out it's for 6 hours over two months and costs a leg, three fingers, the soul of your goldfish, and $1200. caitlen315 is right on - I'd rather see you at a show or event in person because I've already got the online experience. wootstock really needs to come to the East Coast. And aweome numbering of your list. No refresher course needed to get it!
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WOW. I just had a heart attack in line at the grocery store while reading Twitter. A minor heart attack. I am SOOOOOOO glad you like what I'm doing. For a moment I got nervous that I was Twitter-stalking you (which I sort of am) and was stepping on toes or some such. Offically, I just finished watching through "Where No One Has Gone Before" and caught up on my reading on the subway. It's such a fun ride and despite all the pop-culture references over the years and friends spoiling things by asking me if I've gotten to "the episode where xyz happens" it's been incredible to see things happen that are totally unexpected in the context of what I do know. Thanks so much for writing the book and being part of the catalyst to finally introduce me to the shows/get me hooked.
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I have read all the show notes, Yet I have not listened to the podcasts. And I have never seen an episode of StarTrek. So, I have purchased your book. And I have received the DVDs of through Netflix. Come Saturday I shall watch and read. As I record my reactions in my blog, you will be the Julia Child to my Julie. Then I'm totally coming back here to listen. http://stackedblog.com/2009/11/03/boldly-going/
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