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Oh gads. I use :( :( :( way way too much.
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You look so young while you're doing that! Hey... There's an idea for me LOL :) I'm so sad that you're not going to make it to Dragon Con. It looks like I'll have to find another one to attend. :( :( :( On well, we couldn't ask you to not attend your Woodstock :)
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I just re-read that and realize I sound really..... southern. LOL!
Toggle Commented May 27, 2010 on in which a list is completed at WWdN: In Exile
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If I said pretty please with sugar on top would you come to Dragoncon in Atlanta? I've never been to a con before and really want to go. It would seal the deal if you could make an appearance there. Pretty please with sugar on top.
Toggle Commented May 27, 2010 on in which a list is completed at WWdN: In Exile
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Doshiamundy added a favorite at Radio Free Burrito
May 26, 2010
Awesome!!!
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This is exactly why WW is my hero.
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Thank you very much for your post. They are not allowed to remember, mourn, or even really know what happened. Our generation (well, mine and yours, since I'm older) need to remember it for them. We also need to mourn their loss as well. thank you Wil.
Toggle Commented Jun 4, 2009 on twenty years ago... at WWdN: In Exile
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I caught the last half of the Bill Maher with Oliver Stone on it. I laughed till I cried. We have to do the kitchen cabinets and find new hardware. The 60's style just isn't working anymore. What a job. You made me tired thinking of it. Autumn! YAY YAY YAY! For us it's in the 70's. The leaves haven't turned yet, but are starting. We have at least 7 different types of Japanese maples and they all turn such beautiful colors. That's about the only good thing I can say about Anustown, oops I meant to say Anniston, Alabama, is that the foliage is beautiful.
Toggle Commented Oct 13, 2008 on memphis to mars at WWdN: In Exile
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I caught the last half of the Bill Maher with Oliver Stone on it. I laughed till I cried. We have to do the kitchen cabinets and find new hardware. The 60's style just isn't working anymore. What a job. You made me tired thinking of it. Autumn! YAY YAY YAY! For us it's in the 70's. The leaves haven't turned yet, but are starting. We have at least 7 different types of Japanese maples and they all turn such beautiful colors. That's about the only good thing I can say about Anustown, oops I meant to say Anniston, Alabama, is that the foliage is beautiful.
Toggle Commented Oct 13, 2008 on memphis to mars at WWdN: In Exile
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GADS sorry for the double post, but holy crap at the type-0's. **Can't wait to *see* you (not eeee) you on.** **I think I had more to say.** sorry... again... gheesh
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GADS sorry for the double post, but holy crap at the type-0's. **Can't wait to *see* you (not eeee) you on.** **I think I had more to say.** sorry... again... gheesh
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What a totally cool awesome day! Funny about Seth Green and you going to the same auditions... I saw one of those old episodes of Tales From the Darkside: Monster In My Closet (Roon?) and realized, Holy shit batman, that's Seth Green amd let out a rather homeresque DOE! Can't wait to eee, errr ah, hear youon Famiy Guy. Oh by the by, you are that nice dude type too. I think I had more to day, but my four year old came in with a miniscule cat scratch. Apparently he was trying to give Senor Meow too much love. Eeeegah, are all four year boys that rough? Must go. JustDosh
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What a totally cool awesome day! Funny about Seth Green and you going to the same auditions... I saw one of those old episodes of Tales From the Darkside: Monster In My Closet (Roon?) and realized, Holy shit batman, that's Seth Green amd let out a rather homeresque DOE! Can't wait to eee, errr ah, hear youon Famiy Guy. Oh by the by, you are that nice dude type too. I think I had more to day, but my four year old came in with a miniscule cat scratch. Apparently he was trying to give Senor Meow too much love. Eeeegah, are all four year boys that rough? Must go. JustDosh
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I too read several books at the same time and do audio books count? I too read several books at the same time and do audio books count? Currently I'm reading: Breakfast of Champions by Kurt Vonnegut Jr. (For the umpteenth time) Generation of Swine Gonzo Papers VOL 2: Tales of Shame and Degradation in the '80's by Hunter S. Thompson (For the... lost count on this one) Fierce Invalids Home From Hot Climates by Tom Robbins (for the third time) The Glance by Rumi (translated by Coleman Barks) The Art of Living by Epictetus translated by Sharon Lebell I am listening to The History of Everything by Stephen Hawking and to any number of Jack Flanders Audio books. Wow... that's too much some would say. Given the current state of the union, I needed the political humor or Vonnegut and Thompson in particular. OH, I was reading The Historian, but chapter 74 pissed me off so bad that I haven't finished it yet. I let someone borrow it. Perhaps I'll finish it when I get over my dismay with chapter 74 ha ha. Does anyone else do that?
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I too read several books at the same time and do audio books count? I too read several books at the same time and do audio books count? Currently I'm reading: Breakfast of Champions by Kurt Vonnegut Jr. (For the umpteenth time) Generation of Swine Gonzo Papers VOL 2: Tales of Shame and Degradation in the '80's by Hunter S. Thompson (For the... lost count on this one) Fierce Invalids Home From Hot Climates by Tom Robbins (for the third time) The Glance by Rumi (translated by Coleman Barks) The Art of Living by Epictetus translated by Sharon Lebell I am listening to The History of Everything by Stephen Hawking and to any number of Jack Flanders Audio books. Wow... that's too much some would say. Given the current state of the union, I needed the political humor or Vonnegut and Thompson in particular. OH, I was reading The Historian, but chapter 74 pissed me off so bad that I haven't finished it yet. I let someone borrow it. Perhaps I'll finish it when I get over my dismay with chapter 74 ha ha. Does anyone else do that?
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The kids I work with are wearing leg warmers again. EEEeeeeeeeGADS! Luckily I saw Rock and Roll High School, which of course changed my life and shaped my musical taste in such a way that it is still present in many ways today. I was the first kid at my school to wear converse high-tops and pistol legged blue jeans and of course I was made fun of. Sadly I think I was the only kid to do so during my entire high school incarceration to do so, which only widened the gap of my... shall we say... oddness as compared to the rest of the Molly Hatchet listening kids. Being from the deep south, (insert dueling banjo's here) I was doomed to be the different kid. Plus, I took classical piano and opera and was constantly made fun of for even that. After I got into the Ramones (and now, notice how many 18 - 30 year olds wear those shirts) I discovered The Dead Kennedys and then The Sex Pistols, The Clash and anything anti "The Man." I can remember vividly taking every polo shirt (Izod and Ralph Lauren both) my mother bought me and promptly ripping out the sleeves and inserting safety pins and cutting holes in various places. Good times. Yes, we all have those fashion moments we are not only ashamed of, but literally make our asses draw up as we view them. In fact, I have more photos that make my ass hurt than make me proud, but oh well... it's all part of the journey. With all of this blubber stated, if my son ripped out his sleeves I would be beside myself. He's only four; however, he is my son and that can only mean one thing, which is I'm in for one hell of a ride. Then again my luck he'll be into some type of gangster rap that makes more than my ass hurt. Speaking of techno... does anyone remember Sheep On Drugs and the song Baby Jesus Rides a Motorbike or that song “The Spice Must Flow” by Eon? I haven't experienced the first bike with my son, but have experienced the first battery powered Lightening McQueen big red car. I'm excited for the bike phase, but for now am being a doting mom on his magnificent driving abilities. Being a single older mom, when the BMX days come I'll probably have to either take some sort of nerve pill or learn to concentrate on my mantra and meditate myself out of nervous breakdown. Thanks Wil for putting the images of my four year old turning six and "going faster" because he removed his kick stand powering down our big hill into my already paranoid head. *smile* In closing, we have one of those brick houses with a double garage, which is full of everything from my dad's pool table (a real one, that must weigh several TONS) to old furniture, more books than I can remember and the likes. I also took a car load of stuuuuuuf to Goodwill and although for a few days it looked like I made a dent, now it seems something else from my life has now taken its rightful place in the garage. You always make my day. Sorry I took up so much of your space. Take it as a compliment that you’ve spawned so many nostalgic thoughts of those horrifically beautiful 1980’s.
Toggle Commented Oct 8, 2008 on Strewn with time's dead flowers at WWdN: In Exile
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The kids I work with are wearing leg warmers again. EEEeeeeeeeGADS! Luckily I saw Rock and Roll High School, which of course changed my life and shaped my musical taste in such a way that it is still present in many ways today. I was the first kid at my school to wear converse high-tops and pistol legged blue jeans and of course I was made fun of. Sadly I think I was the only kid to do so during my entire high school incarceration to do so, which only widened the gap of my... shall we say... oddness as compared to the rest of the Molly Hatchet listening kids. Being from the deep south, (insert dueling banjo's here) I was doomed to be the different kid. Plus, I took classical piano and opera and was constantly made fun of for even that. After I got into the Ramones (and now, notice how many 18 - 30 year olds wear those shirts) I discovered The Dead Kennedys and then The Sex Pistols, The Clash and anything anti "The Man." I can remember vividly taking every polo shirt (Izod and Ralph Lauren both) my mother bought me and promptly ripping out the sleeves and inserting safety pins and cutting holes in various places. Good times. Yes, we all have those fashion moments we are not only ashamed of, but literally make our asses draw up as we view them. In fact, I have more photos that make my ass hurt than make me proud, but oh well... it's all part of the journey. With all of this blubber stated, if my son ripped out his sleeves I would be beside myself. He's only four; however, he is my son and that can only mean one thing, which is I'm in for one hell of a ride. Then again my luck he'll be into some type of gangster rap that makes more than my ass hurt. Speaking of techno... does anyone remember Sheep On Drugs and the song Baby Jesus Rides a Motorbike or that song “The Spice Must Flow” by Eon? I haven't experienced the first bike with my son, but have experienced the first battery powered Lightening McQueen big red car. I'm excited for the bike phase, but for now am being a doting mom on his magnificent driving abilities. Being a single older mom, when the BMX days come I'll probably have to either take some sort of nerve pill or learn to concentrate on my mantra and meditate myself out of nervous breakdown. Thanks Wil for putting the images of my four year old turning six and "going faster" because he removed his kick stand powering down our big hill into my already paranoid head. *smile* In closing, we have one of those brick houses with a double garage, which is full of everything from my dad's pool table (a real one, that must weigh several TONS) to old furniture, more books than I can remember and the likes. I also took a car load of stuuuuuuf to Goodwill and although for a few days it looked like I made a dent, now it seems something else from my life has now taken its rightful place in the garage. You always make my day. Sorry I took up so much of your space. Take it as a compliment that you’ve spawned so many nostalgic thoughts of those horrifically beautiful 1980’s.
Toggle Commented Oct 8, 2008 on Strewn with time's dead flowers at WWdN: In Exile
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I'm so excited to hear that. I can't wait to tell my nephew (who is 27 heh heh) about this, as he is a Naruto fan and a WW fan as well. You're so damned accomplished. You know, you're a great role model. Yay you. Damnit I want to do voice overs. 25 years of classical opera training should get me something you'd think. WW lights a fire under JustDoshia's ass once again. Yay you again.
Toggle Commented Oct 7, 2008 on i worked on naruto today at WWdN: In Exile
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I'm so excited to hear that. I can't wait to tell my nephew (who is 27 heh heh) about this, as he is a Naruto fan and a WW fan as well. You're so damned accomplished. You know, you're a great role model. Yay you. Damnit I want to do voice overs. 25 years of classical opera training should get me something you'd think. WW lights a fire under JustDoshia's ass once again. Yay you again.
Toggle Commented Oct 7, 2008 on i worked on naruto today at WWdN: In Exile
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Ooooh ooooh ooooooh.... To show my true ubergeekness (and my age) way before Martin Landau played Bela Legosi in Ed Wood, he played Commander Koneig (sp?)<---- need that superpower too---- anyway anyway.... on this cool show named Space 1999. There was this alien superchic Mia or Maya if memory serves me and she was a shapeshifter!! YAY YAY... I've always wanted to be a shapeshifter. I guess that qualifies me as an ubergeek even if watching Space 1999 before it went into syndication doesn't. wheeeee. Gosh Wil, I love your thoughts. Wil the Mighty Frater Uber Geek King of all Blogness. .... in other words you're my hero. Just Doshia Post Script duuun duuuun duuuun du du duuuun do do dooo dooo doo dooo doo doooo duuuun duuuuun. (themesong to afore mentioned old scifi show.... can you hear it? can you hear it?)
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Ooooh ooooh ooooooh.... To show my true ubergeekness (and my age) way before Martin Landau played Bela Legosi in Ed Wood, he played Commander Koneig (sp?)<---- need that superpower too---- anyway anyway.... on this cool show named Space 1999. There was this alien superchic Mia or Maya if memory serves me and she was a shapeshifter!! YAY YAY... I've always wanted to be a shapeshifter. I guess that qualifies me as an ubergeek even if watching Space 1999 before it went into syndication doesn't. wheeeee. Gosh Wil, I love your thoughts. Wil the Mighty Frater Uber Geek King of all Blogness. .... in other words you're my hero. Just Doshia Post Script duuun duuuun duuuun du du duuuun do do dooo dooo doo dooo doo doooo duuuun duuuuun. (themesong to afore mentioned old scifi show.... can you hear it? can you hear it?)
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Just to give you a peek in to the brain of Doshia and a what a fookin scary place it is, I'll share this with you. I was a fan of both Star Treks (But of course). I never joined a fan club or anything, but wound up collecting qute a few toys, books, and suh through the years. Even though Star Trek TOS was cancelled before I ever watched the tele, it was in syndication. My cousin and I grew up watching it. I was the lucky one as I received the moog action figures one Christmas. Wheeeeeeeeeee!! In fact, those action figures are just about the only things I saved from my childhood. Well, those and a couple of Madam Alexander dolls my mom bought me (barf) in hopes of turning me into a nice proper girly girl. At one time we reinacted scenes from Plan 9 From Outer Space many years before anyone had heard of Ed Wood and many years before Johnny Depp protrayed him in the movie. The most recent incarnation was Star Trek action figure porn. We took photos and posted it on an old web page, long since deleted. I must have upset someone from Paramount because I received a threatening email from someone claiming to be someone that gave ass. I never did take them down, but I wound up not checking or updating my page in a year or so and it was deleted. Goddamn, what a bummer. The photos are around here somewhere and if I could find which box they were in, I'd put them up again. They were taken with instant cameras, and we went to Wally World and had them digitized. They're probably on an old disc (as in 3.5, not as in CD or DVD). I'd have to find the orginal photos, as I no longer have a "floppy" drive. Damn, I'm oldl! Anyway... those photos reminded me of... well.... me. Just Doshia
Toggle Commented Jun 13, 2008 on classic photos redone in lego at WWdN: In Exile
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Just to give you a peek in to the brain of Doshia and a what a fookin scary place it is, I'll share this with you. I was a fan of both Star Treks (But of course). I never joined a fan club or anything, but wound up collecting qute a few toys, books, and suh through the years. Even though Star Trek TOS was cancelled before I ever watched the tele, it was in syndication. My cousin and I grew up watching it. I was the lucky one as I received the moog action figures one Christmas. Wheeeeeeeeeee!! In fact, those action figures are just about the only things I saved from my childhood. Well, those and a couple of Madam Alexander dolls my mom bought me (barf) in hopes of turning me into a nice proper girly girl. At one time we reinacted scenes from Plan 9 From Outer Space many years before anyone had heard of Ed Wood and many years before Johnny Depp protrayed him in the movie. The most recent incarnation was Star Trek action figure porn. We took photos and posted it on an old web page, long since deleted. I must have upset someone from Paramount because I received a threatening email from someone claiming to be someone that gave ass. I never did take them down, but I wound up not checking or updating my page in a year or so and it was deleted. Goddamn, what a bummer. The photos are around here somewhere and if I could find which box they were in, I'd put them up again. They were taken with instant cameras, and we went to Wally World and had them digitized. They're probably on an old disc (as in 3.5, not as in CD or DVD). I'd have to find the orginal photos, as I no longer have a "floppy" drive. Damn, I'm oldl! Anyway... those photos reminded me of... well.... me. Just Doshia
Toggle Commented Jun 13, 2008 on classic photos redone in lego at WWdN: In Exile
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