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Wil, you might find this interesting. "Willpower And The 'Slacker' Brain" or "Listen to Cake Topple Your Brain". http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=122781981
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If you do float a paper boat down your street *please* take a picture.
Toggle Commented Jan 19, 2010 on moves by just like a paper boat at WWdN: In Exile
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Wil, do you have any details about this photo? Who took it? Is that Leonard Nimoy's Buick? Were they killing time inbetween scenes?
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I've never had a celebrity sign anything for me. But if I was to have Nimoy sign something, it would *have* to be this, now that I've seen it.
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Thanks for making lunchtime awesome and my work day tolerable.
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I love "Big Bang Theory" and I'm sure I'll love you in it. But could you do me a solid and ask them to tone down the laugh track in their show? Thanks. Oh and I never realized you lived in Pasadena. I was there for the Rose Bowl a few years back and went on a house tour with a Rose Parade Princess from the 1950's. Gorgeous city.
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I really am glad we're best friends. This was awesome, thanks!
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I cried huge tears when my dog died a few years ago, I really feel for you today.
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Is not staring like an idiot an announced bugfix for WhetonX? Really, it's ok if it's never fixed, it just means you're human. I think it is funny to us "civilians" that celebrities get awestruck too.
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You owned the Ted Kord Blue Beetle, so you're on a roll!
Toggle Commented Jun 17, 2009 on LEVERAGE: day one at WWdN: In Exile
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I'm of a similar mind as Akbar56. I'm wondering if Wil can perhaps calm our concerns without handing out spoilers.
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You're lucky Will. I was so bad at little league that the parents of my own teammates (mothers mostly) made fun of me when I was at bat. My mother recently reminded me of this fact. Something I'd pushed to the dark recesses of my mind and forgotten. Thanks Mom.
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I was so hoping that footnote would say "good news East Coasters I'm coming your way". Rats!
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My 4 year old and I loved it. Best line "I said you could borrow it, BORROW" You delivered that one really well.
Toggle Commented Jan 26, 2009 on hit robots, make fall down at WWdN: In Exile
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There are so many levels of awesome in this I think I can count them all. Well done!
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That Dork Tower is all wrong. Everyone knows that Wil is a beer drinker, not some "Girl Drink Drunk".
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"Walter in Megaton only pays $10 for scrap metal" I know alot of people say LOL, but I actually did. Comedy Gold!
Toggle Commented Jan 10, 2009 on wil does the commodore hustle at WWdN: In Exile
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Diagonal... Pretty sneaky Wil
Toggle Commented Jan 5, 2009 on in which wil connects the dots at WWdN: In Exile
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You should do some sort of geek christmas short film. I have this image of you shouting "It's a geekmas miracle!"
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If anyone remembers the short "Home Economics" my mother dated the male cheerleader in that film. You might recall him as the "look at my crotch" guy. For awhile Comedy Central was using that clip alot in its promos. That could have been my dad.
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Ah, "Lost Continent". Never since Andy Warhols "Empire State" has a camera moved so little. I laughed so hard at that joke it hurt. Joels comments echo something I heard in a documentary about the old Bugs Bunny Cartoons. I believe it was Friz Freeling who said, "People don't understand, we didn't make these for kids, we didn't make them for adults, we made them for ourselves." If they found it funny it went in. I'm currently reading a book about the history of "Saturday Night Live" and the writers basically say the same thing. Don't worry about who will get it.
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You just discovered io9? And I remember you when you were cool...
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Remember when networks had Special shows to showcase their fall line up? Like what was going to be on Saturday morning. I'd mostly forgotten until I looked at some of my old comic books and saw full back cover ads for the Saturday Morning cartoon line up. It built such a wonderful sense of anticipation for the Fall.
Toggle Commented Oct 22, 2008 on so fucking special at WWdN: In Exile
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McCain gave me a new piece of office humour. Everytime someone says we need to work on "x before y". I come back with "this is not a rifle shot, we're Americans, we can do more than one thing at a time". Never fails to get a laugh. It's classic and as good as any Caddyshack quote.
Toggle Commented Oct 16, 2008 on more fun with twitter at WWdN: In Exile
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oh, and if you like zombies and lego you should check this out (off topic) http://www.flickr.com/photos/dunechaser/sets/72157607776271940/
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