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That picture makes me sad in pants.
Toggle Commented Jul 26, 2010 on "as his kilt rises..." at WWdN: In Exile
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Good god! A live Rickroll! I love that moment so much i wanna have sex with it and actually call it the next day.
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Good god! A live Rickroll! I love that moment so much i wanna have sex with it and actually call it the next day.
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Good god man, if there was ever a time to loudly proclaim "I'm Wil Wheaton and i'm a movie/tv star" it was when Chesty McBoob was within earshot. Speaking of which, did anyone recognize you?
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Good god man, if there was ever a time to loudly proclaim "I'm Wil Wheaton and i'm a movie/tv star" it was when Chesty McBoob was within earshot. Speaking of which, did anyone recognize you?
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And the book says, "We may be through with the past, but the past ain't through with us."
Toggle Commented Jul 22, 2008 on a quick one while he's away at WWdN: In Exile
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And the book says, "We may be through with the past, but the past ain't through with us."
Toggle Commented Jul 22, 2008 on a quick one while he's away at WWdN: In Exile
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Mad Monk I couldn't agree more about using "gay" as an insult but "pansy" i don't get. I honestly think you're being a bit oversensitive. Just my .02
Toggle Commented Mar 20, 2008 on my con sars. let me show you it. at WWdN: In Exile
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Mad Monk I couldn't agree more about using "gay" as an insult but "pansy" i don't get. I honestly think you're being a bit oversensitive. Just my .02
Toggle Commented Mar 20, 2008 on my con sars. let me show you it. at WWdN: In Exile
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I notice you left Drieberg's uh. . ."man problem" out of your list. Not that i need to know ANYTHING about Wil Jr. i'm just saying. :D
Toggle Commented Apr 4, 2007 on who watches . . . at WWdN: In Exile
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I notice you left Drieberg's uh. . ."man problem" out of your list. Not that i need to know ANYTHING about Wil Jr. i'm just saying. :D
Toggle Commented Apr 4, 2007 on who watches . . . at WWdN: In Exile
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Was i the only one that read the first issue and thought "Holy shit, thats Alan Moore"? P.S, I had no idea The Absolute Sandman was coming out (haven't read comics in a few years.got too expensive) but thanks to your writing i'm now the proud owner of the most beautiful book DC has ever produced. In fact, it's so nice i'm afraid to read it for fear i might damage it.
Toggle Commented Nov 17, 2006 on back on the street at WWdN: In Exile
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Was i the only one that read the first issue and thought "Holy shit, thats Alan Moore"? P.S, I had no idea The Absolute Sandman was coming out (haven't read comics in a few years.got too expensive) but thanks to your writing i'm now the proud owner of the most beautiful book DC has ever produced. In fact, it's so nice i'm afraid to read it for fear i might damage it.
Toggle Commented Nov 17, 2006 on back on the street at WWdN: In Exile
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Wil Actually, it was me that had the crush on Death. (Just want the acknowledgement so i can tell the wife and do the snoopy dance)
Toggle Commented Oct 25, 2006 on dream country at WWdN: In Exile
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Wil Actually, it was me that had the crush on Death. (Just want the acknowledgement so i can tell the wife and do the snoopy dance)
Toggle Commented Oct 25, 2006 on dream country at WWdN: In Exile
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Is it really lame to say that i kinda. . . .well. . .had a crush on Death? I'm right there with you on discovering the Vertigo line. I had no idea that comic books could actually make you think and feel. Unfortunately i found Sandman around issue 60. So the end was already in sight. I spent the next year hunting back issues (in VERY short supply in my area)and trade paperbacks. I actually forced my folks to take a break from sight seeing in Washington D.C to make a side trip to a comic shop i'd read about in Wizard (that was at least 45 mins away). But it all payed off as my collection was made complete with the TPB's for Brief Lives and A Game of You. I skipped seeing the White House to lay in the hotel room and listen to Tori Amos "Boys for Pele" and read AGOY. Life could get no better. If any recommendations are to be made it would have to be the following. . . 1.Sandman 2.Swamp Thing (entire Alan Moore run) 3.The Dark Knight Returns/The Dark Knight Strikes Again 4.Watchmen 6.Preacher 7.Transmetropolitan 8.Jonah Hex (wicked ass western) 9.Sin City (ANY of them) 10.The Invisibles Enjoy. P.S, Just out of curiosity Wil,did you ever try to let the Anti-Wesley crowd know just how exactly like them you were?
Toggle Commented Oct 25, 2006 on dream country at WWdN: In Exile
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Is it really lame to say that i kinda. . . .well. . .had a crush on Death? I'm right there with you on discovering the Vertigo line. I had no idea that comic books could actually make you think and feel. Unfortunately i found Sandman around issue 60. So the end was already in sight. I spent the next year hunting back issues (in VERY short supply in my area)and trade paperbacks. I actually forced my folks to take a break from sight seeing in Washington D.C to make a side trip to a comic shop i'd read about in Wizard (that was at least 45 mins away). But it all payed off as my collection was made complete with the TPB's for Brief Lives and A Game of You. I skipped seeing the White House to lay in the hotel room and listen to Tori Amos "Boys for Pele" and read AGOY. Life could get no better. If any recommendations are to be made it would have to be the following. . . 1.Sandman 2.Swamp Thing (entire Alan Moore run) 3.The Dark Knight Returns/The Dark Knight Strikes Again 4.Watchmen 6.Preacher 7.Transmetropolitan 8.Jonah Hex (wicked ass western) 9.Sin City (ANY of them) 10.The Invisibles Enjoy. P.S, Just out of curiosity Wil,did you ever try to let the Anti-Wesley crowd know just how exactly like them you were?
Toggle Commented Oct 25, 2006 on dream country at WWdN: In Exile
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