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Artesia, CA
I'm a Geek, and I'm OK. I'm a coder, a thinker, and a drinker. I host a beer video podcast called New brew Thursday. I also blog about being a geek.
Interests: Computers, Programming, Sci-Fi, Beer, Podcasting, stuff.
Recent Activity
You all were amazing, and attending my first w00tstock without really knowing what to expect was an amazing experience! Now when people ask me what w00tstock is I answer : It's where awesome meets epic and creates WIN! Thanks for letting us be apart of that -- Stephen
Toggle Commented Jul 26, 2010 on memories of w00tstock 2.4 at WWdN: In Exile
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Wil.. Wow. Losing a pet is so rough. I remember when I lost my dog to cancer and how I couldn't stop crying for days. It freaked my wife out a little, who also couldn't stop crying, but had never seen me like that. Grieve for your friend. You have my sympathies and condolences..
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Great Show Wil. Had a blast, and was totally worth skipping the afternoon of ComiCon for. Duranki - it didn't help that there were two d-bags at the bar who had no interest in the show and were trying to talk over it. -- Stephen
Toggle Commented Jul 24, 2009 on reminder: book and a beer tonight at WWdN: In Exile
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That sucks. I actually just happened to be listening to your audiobook "Happiest Days of Our Lives", including the touching reading of "let go - a requiem for Felix the Bear", which made me cry thinking about my own stray puppy that died a year after we got him of cancer. Pets are like our kids, and when they go, it can hurt a lot, so despite the emotional disconnect of not knowing your brother, I can understand his pain. On a side note, after I die, I am going to make sure that the only picture that people ever see of me again is me laying belly up on the couch with a bottle of Stone Brew resting on my belly. Probably the Smoked Porter though.
Toggle Commented Jul 20, 2009 on RIP Freddy Snowpants at WWdN: In Exile
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Wil - I will definitely be there, I know, you're crazy excited to hear that, I get it. I have my book ready to be signed by the king of geeks. :) And of course, Stone brews. Which is the real reason I am coming. Just kidding. Sort of. Stephen
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Wil - I am about 6 months younger then you and actually saw this movie when it was released, even though it was R and my mom said no .. It was the first movie I ever snuck out to see. It was really powerful for me, mostly because of you and Jerry, since I totally related. I was overweight and picked on like Jerry's character watching you all bond through out the movie was a great experience and changed the way my 12, going on 13 year old mind worked and helped to let people who were genuinely being nice to me in to my life. While I realize you took direction for the most part, you exhibited a HUGE amount of talent, and affected a young geeks life in profound way... Thanks Stephen
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well.. that is just a little slice of awesome. Thanks
Toggle Commented May 14, 2008 on The Justin Bailey Conspiracy at WWdN: In Exile
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Jonathan Coulton and Scarlett Johansson in the same posting ... FTW. I am also a fan, and love the fact that Warner is being open with letting people listen to the album online. It is a step, albeit a small step, in the right direction in online music.
Toggle Commented May 14, 2008 on anywhere she lays her head at WWdN: In Exile
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It was these initial episodes that created the Wesley haters... After elder Crusher left for Starfleet medical, I think the writers starting taking your character more seriously, and it showed in the storylines they gave you. Looking back, we are similar age ranges, I remember thinking that first season was the most awesome thing on TV... Of course then Season 2 came on.. :)
Toggle Commented Apr 28, 2008 on Code of Honor Review at TV Squad at WWdN: In Exile
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Wil - love your blog, and Radio Free Burrito pod cast, and your tweet's have made twitter so much more interesting. ;)
Toggle Commented Apr 25, 2008 on this is why i love twitter at WWdN: In Exile
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