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Understood and thank you for taking the time to respond. I'm sure it'll be a good time for all!
Toggle Commented May 26, 2011 on My 2011 Phoenix Comicon Schedule at WWdN: In Exile
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Hey will I heard that Storytime with Wil will incur an extra fee ($10)? I'm not calling foul or anything here, we all need to make a living, but I'm curious what brought about that. I don't ever remember paying for anything extra at PCC in the years I've been going. As always, I look forward to hearing your witty ranting and great ability to make a story about absolutely anything entertaining. See you this weekend!
Toggle Commented May 26, 2011 on My 2011 Phoenix Comicon Schedule at WWdN: In Exile
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on man, that's the most awesomeness awesome that was ever awesome. In a word.. rad man, rad....
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I'm so excited for season 4 and extremely happy for Felicia's success. I don't think I've ever laughed so hard at anything on the internets as much as I laughed at the very first episode (well until I saw the drunk ewoks on the Halloween today show special last year). It was great seeing you guys at PCC last weekend, I hope you guys make it out next year!
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I recently started listening to R.F.B. with your most recent show, 27. I've always enjoyed your blog and random Twitterness. The R.F.B. show sparked an interesting memory of Wesley Crusher who I honestly had almost completely forgotten about. I was about 11 when Mr Crusher entered into the TNG. I had always been a Star Trek fan but never really related to it as much as my father, who absolutely loved TOS. The show stilled appealed to younger crowds but seemed to rarely have good strong younger heroes. Star Trek was always filled with older heroes. They fit the bill nicely but I never really identified with them much. Enter stage left (beam in stage earth?) Wesley Crusher. Suddenly we have this new character that is incredibly geeky, but obviously highly intelligent. He slowly develops into this superhero like character that quickly integrates as the crews personal saviour. As a geeky kid growing up I think he was the first hero character I identified with personally or at the very least idealized. So if I could say one thing to Wesley Crusher it would be: thank you for making Star Trek about something other than old farts in space and for giving the younger geeky crowd something fun to relate to. Of course now that I'm older, younger heroes annoy me. So turns the wheel of time.... PS - See you this month at Phoenix Comic Con. Should be a good show, as you probably know it's a new location this year. Moving up in the world, or so we hope. Love the show and blog, keep it up.
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