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That was beautiful. Every word.
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Happy anniversary you two. Here's to many more great years together. And thanks for the tingling on the left side of my head that hasn't stopped since I looked at the picc and read the post :)
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Good stuff, Wil. I've got geekbumps...er...goosebumps!
Toggle Commented Apr 11, 2009 on kyle + rosemary is finally online at WWdN: In Exile
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I think this may be my favorite Wil Wheaton blog of all time.I'm trying to bust through a case of writers block so severe that at times I have felt like I might really, truly, never write again. Hearing you talk about(reading what you wrote) about Charlie taking over and telling you what happens....jeebus...it reminded me of the magic...reminded me that I'm not out here alone battli9ng this blockage...my characters-those already created, and those yet to gain fictional life-are trying to get me through this as well, because they have lives to live as well. Thanks Wil
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I think this may be my favorite Wil Wheaton blog of all time.I'm trying to bust through a case of writers block so severe that at times I have felt like I might really, truly, never write again. Hearing you talk about(reading what you wrote) about Charlie taking over and telling you what happens....jeebus...it reminded me of the magic...reminded me that I'm not out here alone battli9ng this blockage...my characters-those already created, and those yet to gain fictional life-are trying to get me through this as well, because they have lives to live as well. Thanks Wil
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I'm so happy for Robert Downey Jr. His substance/life abuse problems were the stuff legends...mostly dead legends... are too often made of. But he came out the other side, apparently mostly whole. Plus, he's always been my second choice to play me in the movie of my life. ;)
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I'm so happy for Robert Downey Jr. His substance/life abuse problems were the stuff legends...mostly dead legends... are too often made of. But he came out the other side, apparently mostly whole. Plus, he's always been my second choice to play me in the movie of my life. ;)
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Sheesh...what a bunch of geeks. Um...where do I sign up for the waiting list to be adopted :)
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Sheesh...what a bunch of geeks. Um...where do I sign up for the waiting list to be adopted :)
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A comment about worry from a former obsessive worrier...my first step towards managing my worry was when I realized..at about your age, that 99.999999999999% of all the things I had worried about in my life had NOT come to pass, and the .00000000000000000001& that had were things utterly out of my control .
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A comment about worry from a former obsessive worrier...my first step towards managing my worry was when I realized..at about your age, that 99.999999999999% of all the things I had worried about in my life had NOT come to pass, and the .00000000000000000001& that had were things utterly out of my control .
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Wil... damn, that was an amazingly entertaining hour. Thanks.
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Wil... damn, that was an amazingly entertaining hour. Thanks.
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Accomplishment is the best mixer of all!
Toggle Commented Jan 5, 2008 on a little celebration is in order at WWdN: In Exile
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Accomplishment is the best mixer of all!
Toggle Commented Jan 5, 2008 on a little celebration is in order at WWdN: In Exile
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Nice work! Last lines/final words are so important to the audience, be they readers or viewers or listeners...we know that, so I think we often grind unreasonably looking for the perfect combination of words and structure. I'm glad this one snuck from behind when you weren't looking.
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Nice work! Last lines/final words are so important to the audience, be they readers or viewers or listeners...we know that, so I think we often grind unreasonably looking for the perfect combination of words and structure. I'm glad this one snuck from behind when you weren't looking.
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Shortly after I made the bowling suggestion I got to thinking about what Wil's day would be like on the 11th...morning trip to the airport, 2-3 hour flight, dinner and auction that evening.....and I realized that finishing that day off with late night bowling would probably not happen. Let's not minimize the great thing Wil is doing already by asking him to invite exhaustion on top of it :)
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Shortly after I made the bowling suggestion I got to thinking about what Wil's day would be like on the 11th...morning trip to the airport, 2-3 hour flight, dinner and auction that evening.....and I realized that finishing that day off with late night bowling would probably not happen. Let's not minimize the great thing Wil is doing already by asking him to invite exhaustion on top of it :)
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The auction price is already over a thousand dollars... that's fantastic but a bit out of my range, however, I'm always up for some late night bowling and Sunset Bowl is open 24/7/364.75 Wanna bowl?
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The auction price is already over a thousand dollars... that's fantastic but a bit out of my range, however, I'm always up for some late night bowling and Sunset Bowl is open 24/7/364.75 Wanna bowl?
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Wow...Hemingway. Too cool.
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Wow...Hemingway. Too cool.
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Wil, Just saw Numb3rs. You did a great job...only one problem.. NOT LONG ENOUGH DAMMIT, NOT LONG ENOUGH /end Picard
Toggle Commented Nov 24, 2007 on 186, and some other NUMB3RS at WWdN: In Exile
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Wil, Just saw Numb3rs. You did a great job...only one problem.. NOT LONG ENOUGH DAMMIT, NOT LONG ENOUGH /end Picard
Toggle Commented Nov 24, 2007 on 186, and some other NUMB3RS at WWdN: In Exile
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