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This is pretty good stuff! I'm a bit surprised it didn't get the comic bubbles/HE-photocomic treatment that Joel does but then again I can understand why you wouldn't tread on a friend's territory... Still pretty funny.
Toggle Commented Jun 20, 2012 on The Eternal Struggle at WWdN: In Exile
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As a general sports fan (minor in hockey, major in football), I gotta throw out a congrats. It really felt good to see the Kings win. Everything just kinda clicked right there during the playoffs and that's when it feels the best. Here's hoping you get another magic run like that. And be sure to try to get to the parade I hear they're having if you can.
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Awesome news for you. Not so much for me, but it's not your fault. Turns out I won't be able to see this because my cable provider (Curse you, Time Warner!) isn't on the list of providers they allow access to video... But still, wish you luck with this.
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I think it's sorta required you wear a bowtie and a fez for this trip. All Wibbly Wobbly Timey Wimey and stuff.
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Simple; a confidant.
Toggle Commented Mar 13, 2012 on Things every person should have at WWdN: In Exile
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Clearly, Impact font is unnecessary.
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Re: Oliefan37 and others who brought up the USA thing: While I didn't watch the show but on DVR (I guess that makes me part of the problem :-/) there is one thing I can say; There's a pretty big difference between SyFy and USA - SyFy has a history of bad decisions like this (making their fanbase angry) and USA doesn't. There's hope for it to be picked up but I'm unsure when it comes to situations like this. Weird things can happen... and who knows how much fan action will be taken over this decision. Hopefully, there will be a lot so someone out there can make it happen.
Toggle Commented Aug 9, 2011 on Saying goodbye to Eureka at WWdN: In Exile
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This is why the two times in my life I've seen famous people on the street I didn't say anything to them. I've always figured you get harassed by enough assholes during other times you don't need me doing it too. I understand earlier in the comments you've said it's a different situation but I don't like to chance it (especially with how insane the media can get - and considering both times I've seen famous people was in NYC). I for one would absolutely hate it if that happened to me... But then again, I might snap too and berate her much more than you did. I know this is going to sound weird, but I do have to congratulate you on keeping it together. It doesn't seem like it happens often enough.
Toggle Commented Jul 26, 2011 on if you cut me, i will bleed at WWdN: In Exile
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25 years ago... I was just a bit over 3 yrs old. But fast forward about 7 years and I distinctly remember a substitute science teacher of mine dedicating the anniversary of it for an entire class. Mind you, it wasn't mostly about the tragedy itself (I was in 4th grade.) so much as it was about how important it was to continue the work necessary to live some dreams. I remember that being a weird class, still, but I think it was the start of the great amount of interest I have in the sciences. And while my mind is half there on the anniversary of the tragedy, oddly my mind is also looking to the future cautiously optimistic (maybe way too much so) over the new engines I think we're pondering on using (VASIMR leaps to mind). I think the appropriate words I would use here are... "Thanks for the help guys... you definitely did your part."
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Rock on with the family photo, Wil! Is it fair game to give thanks for sharing it? :)
Toggle Commented Jan 18, 2011 on In which I am a proud father at WWdN: In Exile
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This is the moment when Wil realizes his past life may have actually been Happy Smurf.
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I LOVE love love this game. I haven't played it in a good long while though but that's because I haven't been keeping in contact with the friends I used to play it with. I get why some people don't like it very much though because there will always be that one player who tries to be "better" than everyone else at it and becomes a constant target and takes it too personally. But it's all about the attitude you enter the game with and what you aim to do. If you're in it just to win it you aren't playing it correctly, IMO.
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Gotta admit, I'm happy for ya. I've seen the opposite side of that happiness you had tonight and it wasn't pretty. I can only hope I can have such a good family when I get one going. Good post, for sure.
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When I saw this tussle this morning on the twitters I was kinda wondering what was going on. Checked out the gamepolitics site and I gotta be honest that I wasn't impressed by the site. It wasn't exactly bad by any means but there were parts that I was wondering how is this NOT making stereotypes seem more plausible. That's what made kinda completely take your side on this though to be honest I didn't feel it was quite as rage-worthy. But more power to ya on what ya did.
Toggle Commented Sep 11, 2010 on in which wil goes HULK SMASH at WWdN: In Exile
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Is it just me or does that dreamcatcher with the wolf on it have a dreamcatcher hanging off of it? If so, isn't that overkill... or do ya think it might be a way to lure in the double rainbow guy?
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I'm echoing any sentiments that would encourage you to do such a thing. That was awesome and I'm sure any webisode idea ya got will be pretty damn good. My only question is, besides current commitments you may already have, what's keeping you from doing a web series like you wanna do?
Toggle Commented May 20, 2010 on The Empire Strikes Back (1950) at WWdN: In Exile
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I gotta thank you for posting this. I'm only 27 myself, and as hard as it may be to believe, I think I came to most of those same realizations myself. But even so I found one or two things that I didn't realize I was doing. I hope a lot of young people read that and follow her advice.
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In other words, boom-de-ah-da boom-de-ah-da... If so, I couldn't concur more.
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Ah... Nick Cage... I don't even know what to say about this except it was both awesome and hilarious but in a humiliating kind of way... The kitsch factor just reached garden gnome painted on black velvet.
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