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Then I must own one!
Toggle Commented Dec 16, 2010 on in which i make shopping fun at WWdN: In Exile
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Wil, I hope you never grow up. And thanks for putting in the background music. The extra time you spent on the details really added to the moment. I got lost in time there for about 23 seconds. OK, 46 seconds. I've watched it twice already. Best Wil Wheaton cell phone video ever!
Toggle Commented Dec 16, 2010 on in which i make shopping fun at WWdN: In Exile
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I want Wil Wheaton to come to my house and serve me dinner. If that's not a possible Christmas gift, how about a charity auction, Wil?
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Wil celebrates being selected for the lead role in the new live-action Smurf movie with his fellow cast mates.
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When you stare at a blinking cursor, alluding to being stuck on this thing that you are writing, is that thing you are stuck on something "big" that we will be able to sit down with and immerse ourselves in? Or, is it just a blog post? Perhaps just a personal note or practice script for a bigger project you are thinking of but may never materialize? I'm curious because you talk about so many things that you write, plan to write, or have written. I'm still expanding my library on the have writtens and am always looking forward to adding the next item to my Wil Wheaton collection.
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Thank you for properly recognizing the ENGINEERS as the people who saved those miners. And, with the hope of not turning this political, it was also the ENGINEERS who stopped the Gulf oil spill. And, I may add, they did it VERY QUICKLY once the government and management got out of the way and let them do their job. Some day, I pray, engineers (who are some of the biggest geeks around) will finally get recognized for their successes and not just blamed for others mistakes.
Toggle Commented Oct 13, 2010 on precious and fragile things at WWdN: In Exile
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I remember that day in grade school as well. When the world was projecting doom for space research, I was even more motivated to find a career in the space industry. By the age of 22, I accomplished that goal and we have a nice shiny station in orbit that I can proudly say I had a hand in doing. My life and priorities (and job) may have moved a bit since then, but I still find myself deeply connected to the industry and can't help but think about all the people working silently in the background who actually make these things happen. And yes, NASA needs a bigger budget!
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For some reason, Wil, when you say Lizard Brain I think Sleestak.
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It's nice that your wife (and dog) lets you play video games all night. I often wish mine would.
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Following up with the typepad account I just created so I don't look so anonymous.
Toggle Commented Nov 2, 2009 on Happy Halloween! at WWdN: In Exile
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This is me. Created a typepad account just so I don't look like an anonymous botter.
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