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I really need you to post stories about how the boys were holy terrors at one point, to remind me that it's okay I don't have kids ;) Hope Ryan is settling in in MD well. If he comes out to a DCRG bout, I'll make sure he gets VIP treatment.
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hee! Go Anne! (although I think you'd like the character interactions in Dr Who if you gave it a shot)
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Also reading this for the first time--I pop by every week or so and read everything I missed. My cousin used to be a pro, so would do a fireworks show for us at our family's house on the chesapeake bay. good times.
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we totally had a subscription to Highlights too, but no one in my family was a teacher. I was just that nerdy.
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As a library student, thank you, sir, for your support of librarians! As a Navy brat, librarians were always my first friends in new towns, and they deserve far better than they are getting, especially these days.
Toggle Commented Jan 28, 2011 on librarians are awesome at WWdN: In Exile
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I used to work at a Tower Records, that happened a lot, it tended to be cell phones setting off the gates.
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I am not a gamer (I'm gamer-adjacent, being both a nerd and a person who hangs out with gamers--I just get too mad at the games when I don't succeed immediately, or if it is too easy and I do succeed immediately) but I have always (well, since they started) wanted to attend the PAXes (PAXii?) because of that sense of fellowship and celebration of nerdiness
Toggle Commented Mar 31, 2010 on in which wil feels homesick at WWdN: In Exile
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"I hope he's right. I hope that, one day, we will live in a more tolerant and enlightened world, where people won’t feel like they have to keep their identity hidden from all the ignorant bigots who reflexively hate them. Until then, I applaud people like James Randi who have the courage to speak up, and the greatest sympathy for those who feel like they can’t." I think that we're getting there, certainly, though its gonna take a loooong time to be there everywhere. I took a long time coming out as bisexual because I don't see it in those terms so much as I am attracted to people and sometimes they're the same sex I am. I just didn't know how to say it. The younger people I know all seem to think its /normal/ (though, living near DC, they're not exactly the standard for everywhere)
Toggle Commented Mar 21, 2010 on James Randi: "I'm gay." at WWdN: In Exile
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its based on a book by Roald Dahl, who wrote excellent books for children and adults and everyone should read him
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