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Carol Elaine
Los Angeles, CA
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Wil, if it weren't for the fact that I'm straight, I have an awesome boyfriend and Anne is, well, also straight and married to you (also an awesome guy), I would totally court her and make her mine. Amazing and mindblowing indeed. You are a lucky, lucky man. (Unfortunately my awesome boyfriend knows about this and will be 40 in three years. I really hope he's not expecting anything like this, especially since he's not friends with a bunch of famous people. Say, Wil, what're you doing three years from now?)
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Dude, I know you don't know this, but you were totally in the lobby of the building where I work. I get to see that every day and yes, it's still amazingly cool. Can't wait until I see the video at the launch event on 8/5 - my astrophysicist boyfriend and I will both be there!
Toggle Commented Jul 24, 2012 on ...across the gulf of space... at WWdN: In Exile
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If you build it, we will come.
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I've been before and I loved it, even if I couldn't stay for the whole show (had to get a friend to the airport). I can't go this time (in the middle of moving), but I am soooo there for the next show.
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Did I forget to close an italics tag? I think I forgot to close an italics tag. Man, I really am a dork. *sheepishly* I'm sorry.
Toggle Commented Apr 27, 2009 on talk about your dream of horses at WWdN: In Exile
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Nice to know David Gerrold is pretty cool - it was "Trouble with Tribbles" that got me into Star Trek back in the olden 70s. (Wil, thank you again for the Happy Birthday autograph on Friday night and for letting me dork out a little. I finally read Just A Geek yesterday, in one sitting (it was a quiet day). Fantasmic. Honest. And yes, Uncle Willy definitely still rocks, even better than before. Looking forward to catching up with everyone else in reading Happiest Days of Our Lives and Sunken Treasure.)
Toggle Commented Apr 27, 2009 on talk about your dream of horses at WWdN: In Exile
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Ya know, Riker was never a favorite character, but after reading, "Ah, it's my good friend Wesley, who I know so well from all of our long talks, screenings of gladiator films, and visits to Turkish prisons." - well, I think I just fell a little in love with Jonathan Frakes.
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I liken the experience to taking sweaty socks that were used at a gym for a year straight, never washed, and left in a gym bag for five years collecting dust, then deciding, spontaneously, to rub it all over your tongue. That is exactly what eating goat cheese is like. Which is why I don't eat goat cheese. Very nice post, Wil, and very sweet. Thanks for sharing it with us again.
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Man, what a geek. Which, ya know, is perfectly froody. I'd scream if you sang to me, too. And maybe do a little pretend faint - just to keep it all realistic.
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I voted for you without a qualm, Wil, but after seeing Bruce Campbell in person last week for the opening of My Name Is Bruce, there was a slight hesitation. You easily out-geek him (in that super cool way of yours), but he is absurdly cool.
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I voted for you without a qualm, Wil, but after seeing Bruce Campbell in person last week for the opening of My Name Is Bruce, there was a slight hesitation. You easily out-geek him (in that super cool way of yours), but he is absurdly cool.
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Wow, proof that everything online connects to John Scalzi. Scalzi was the first online journal I'd ever read (remember those - back before blogs were a twinkle in your mama's eye?). So, Wil, going to LACon IV? I sure wish I could!
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Wow, proof that everything online connects to John Scalzi. Scalzi was the first online journal I'd ever read (remember those - back before blogs were a twinkle in your mama's eye?). So, Wil, going to LACon IV? I sure wish I could!
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