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camias designs
Interests: I design circlets, crowns, headpieces, bracelets and neck torcs for unique people who dare to be different.
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http://www.camiasdesigns.com and http://www.Camias.etsy.com I make for a living so reading this was re-inspiring. Thanks for having us share our handiwork!
Toggle Commented Nov 18, 2009 on Get Excited and Make Things! at WWdN: In Exile
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I wish I had more geek cred but I don't, so I live vicariously through you. What an hawesome day to live and experience, Wil!
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Wil, dogs (as well as other animals) are sentient beings and I'm a firm believer that Riley is quite aware that something is wrong and feels your sadness. She's clearly communicating that with you by bringing her toys over to comfort you. It's refreshing to read your openness although I'm sure you'd prefer different circumstances. All of us who've had a pet thoroughly understand the grief of losing them and you're never alone even if you feel so right now. Promise!
Toggle Commented Aug 26, 2009 on in which some comfort is found at WWdN: In Exile
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and, whilst stumbling AOhell, I found this link to your past. http://www.lemondrop.com/2009/08/21/80s-crushes-then-and-now/?icid=main|main|dl5|link3|http%3A%2F%2Fwww.lemondrop.com%2F2009%2F08%2F21%2F80s-crushes-then-and-now%2F A where Are They Now/Crushes of the 80's tribute. :) The highlight is what they blurbed on you.
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That was a fine interview, gnash. Great job you vampire you. Love the teeth. Keep em.
Toggle Commented Apr 26, 2009 on hey, look, that's me! at WWdN: In Exile
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Hey Wil, I've hiked Mt. Lowe several times and it never ceases to amaze me how manpower, donkey and horse power got it all together enough to turn that hill into a resort. I heard it burned, or something to that effect...but too bad it wasn't kept up, or kept in place. I assume you've probably done the hike yourself so I'm preaching to the choir here but def. a unique place of history for these parts.
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It flew by me too, Wil, so not to creep you out, but I am guessing we're not too far apart after all. I was working when I heard a roar, and having lived in Norfolk for many years, I remember the sound of fighter jets. I ran out and, behold, it did a fly by. Impressive to see!
Toggle Commented Dec 9, 2008 on not so stealthy at WWdN: In Exile
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Oh. Wow. That was gaytastic! I love this!
Toggle Commented Dec 3, 2008 on prop 8 - the musical at WWdN: In Exile
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Just a Geek: "Teh" audiobook, heh? Is that like fucos?
Toggle Commented Nov 27, 2008 on awesome news that is awesome at WWdN: In Exile
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Exposure is key. In Germany, and among other European countries, drinking is legal much younger than the American counterparts. These kids are exposed earlier in life. They primarily don't take the same gambles as the kids here. (Though I'm sure the drug problems are much worse.) For one thing, it's simply not as enticing to get a fake ID to a convenient store and drink and drive. Generally speaking, unless you're from bumfrek USA, most kids are aware of the differences around them and have adjusted and complimented it well...I think they've seen their share of races, cultures and eccentricities just from cable and gaming alone. It's ridiculous who screams that gay marriage ruins the sanctity of hetero marriage. How dim. Anyone who marries, please be aware of who and what you're getting into...and if you want to preserve marriage so badly, then stop divorcing.
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For those reds out there, try to take it easy a bit on Wil. He's expressing a human thought and emotion aimed at the heads of the political right , but not against every conservative voice out there. I draw a line, in the middle, and think we all need to compromise and take a more balanced stance. We're all living here. We've got to make the best of it. Even if Prop 8 sucks. As per his words: "It’s going to take awhile to get over being called a traitor and being told to, effectively, ‘shut up and sing,’ but you’re absolutely right. We can not become the bullies we’ve hated.” So, in that statement, he admits he can't take that aggressive point for exactly the reason why a few here are getting so upset with him. At least, that's how I'm reading it.
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@zarvok: I hear you clearly, but Obama is a better chance than McCain would ever have been!
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@Romulus: Agreed. Unfortunately, those who supported Obama, voted 73 percent against = rights for another group. I find it disheartening and I don't know how to be 'nice' when I feel snubbed.
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and I sure as hell hope some initiative of hope will pass for the rights of gays/lesbians to marry, or at least have the same recognition of rights under the law. Maybe Obama will help to see that come into fruition.
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Hey Wil, I went to the place on Martello this morning to vote. It took me 5 minutes total, no standing in lines and no waiting. I also got a quick, warm flush when I marked yes for Obama and no on 8. I felt a quickening in my chest followed by a proud moment in being a part of our voting history. I hope that vote will help to reflect the change we are needing for this country!
Toggle Commented Nov 4, 2008 on one lever, pulled. at WWdN: In Exile
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@gmknobl: I *had* Flock of Seagulls hair. Seriously. It was awesome!
Toggle Commented Oct 8, 2008 on Strewn with time's dead flowers at WWdN: In Exile
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And I do hope and pray that the State of California will uphold the new law and allow for marriages for all, not just the hetero counterparts, come election time. Congrats to Brad and George!
Toggle Commented Sep 15, 2008 on congratulations, george and brad! at WWdN: In Exile
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I 8 you, Wil. Every bit of ya. :)
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I think you have a majority vote with the face fur, Wil. It suits you nicely and gives you a bad-ass masculine edge. Signed: Your cyber ho
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Oh Wil, Wil, Wil... I have high speed, to which who doesn't anymore, I realize, but each time the buffer stream hesitated, it always did so when you were raising your eye brows, or had one eye open and the other half way to shutting, your mouth grimaced in a pained expression or your fang teeth were bared for all to enjoy...still, pretty decent interview in spite of my chuckling at you and probably for the wrong reasons...especially bad internet special effects.
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sigh. Waaaaaay too geek for me.
Toggle Commented May 28, 2008 on the R'lyehan tourist phrasebook at WWdN: In Exile
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"nobody in the world will work as hard as you will to promote your work, nobody will care about promoting it as much as you do, and your work will be as successful as you work to make it." Poignant and true. Thanks for that. Needed to read that and it was 'lucky' I came across your post at the right time.
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I DRINK YOUR MILKSHAKE! ....so says the Lego Wesley, the lead star of There Will Be Blood in the Alternative Universe of LegoLand.
Toggle Commented Apr 27, 2008 on Introducing Lego Wesley Crusher at WWdN: In Exile
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I DRINK YOUR MILKSHAKE! ....so says the Lego Wesley, the lead star of There Will Be Blood in the Alternative Universe of LegoLand.
Toggle Commented Apr 27, 2008 on Introducing Lego Wesley Crusher at WWdN: In Exile
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Wesley would never use twitter to display his alter ego. He would simply transport the image in our brains.
Toggle Commented Apr 26, 2008 on Introducing Lego Wesley Crusher at WWdN: In Exile
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