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2010 was 'unexpected' in a lot of ways. It was a joy from a Wil Wheaton standpoint, though. May you, Anne and the entire family have an excellent New Year. Have a great cruise too! :) Scott
Toggle Commented Jan 1, 2011 on Happy New Year. I'm on a boat. at WWdN: In Exile
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"OK, guys. Do we tell this dude about the blueberry fetish now???"
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Thanks for such an excellent story, Wil. I'm part of the animal rescue network in Southern CA. It's REALLY difficult doing rescue here for so many reasons. Unfortunately, your happy ending doesn't happen as often as we would like. But we keep doing it BECAUSE of stories like yours. It's inspiration to keep trying to save those dogs and cats in hopes that they'll find that amazing forever home like Seamus now has with you. Thanks for sharing, Wil! Scott
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OK, Wil. I admit it was a bit 'poofy' but come on. We ARE talking about the 80s. That was how everyone was wearing their hair at that time. And that grease look was 'in.' It wasn't that bad. For myself, I would have preferred a much shorter do. Something longer than a military shave but shorter than what you had. Would definitely have gotten rid of the grease too! :)
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Wow! Talk about a blast from the past! Those are SO cool! They sure bring back a lot of memories!!! :)
Toggle Commented Sep 13, 2010 on garage discoveries at WWdN: In Exile
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This all sounds so great! Too bad I don't have subscription TV! :-(
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Isn't it great to be 'loved?????' LOL X-D
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Wow! This looks uba cool! I can't wait to see it!!!!! :) Scott
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Beautiful quote, Wil. Our planet needs a massive dose of this. This goes way beyond our national parks. It goes to the heart of our relationship with Nature and our planet. Something is very amiss when people look at a group of wild horses and they see animals that need to be taken off their land "for their own good!" Or seeing an ice flow filled with beautiful baby Harp seals and envision fur coats and money. Are humans SO screwed up that we can no longer enjoy the beauty of animals for what they are???
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You did ADR for the movie????? I missed this entire section of your postings! I'm going to have to go back to that section again and re-watch it! Happy New Year, Wil! May 2010 be even more awesome!!! :) Scott
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Merry Christmas, Wil. Hope you, Anne and the kids have an excellent 2010! :) Scott
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Happy Halloween...one day late. Was there a super big party somewhere??? There were only THREE kids in our negihborhood the entire night! Speaking of Jack Skellington........... "Nightmare Before Christmas 3D" was excellent. Sadly, tonight is the last night for it at the El Capitan.
Toggle Commented Nov 2, 2009 on Happy Halloween! at WWdN: In Exile
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Wil: LOVED the story! I'd have to say that blender soups are my all time favorites. If you don't make that style a lot, EVERYONE has a blender moment, though. The soup sounds great! I'm going to have to look for it. Whole Foods has a cook book??? Scott P.S. You willing to share the recipe for the Guiness bread? :)
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Break a leg @ PAX! Can you sell the buttons on the website for like $.50 or a $1 each?
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You look 7 feet tall!!! X-D Seriously.....really interesting perspective. I like it.
Toggle Commented Sep 7, 2009 on a happy accident at WWdN: In Exile
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Heart tugging! Makes you want to almost cry. I felt like that sometimes when my projects wrapped. Production!!!!! Happy B-Day, Patrick! Excellent, Wil!
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Wow, Wil! That sure brought back a lot of memories! For us Westside kids, it was always West World (Marina Del Rey) for the video games and Perry's Pizza for fuel. Not surprisingly, both are long gone now.....just like the games. Maybe I should creak back in my wheelchair??? ;-) hehehe
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Wil............ You SO got the whole Hollywood thing right. I used to work at Sunset-Gower Studios, Hollywood-Warner and Seward-Romaine. You MADE TV shows and films and it was about the project. These days (makes me sound old...'THESE DAYS') it's all about the stars and the money. Stories are irrelevant. That's why so much of what the big studios make is crap now. Whatever happened to the old days when making a movie was about making a GOOD movie??? Scott :)
Toggle Commented Mar 25, 2009 on in which wil has a good day at WWdN: In Exile
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....and then again, maybe not. Moviefone has their own membership type thing. I thought it was AOL. So all that stuff I typed disappeared when I tried to load it using the wrong password. :-( Damn!
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I saw the "where are they now" piece on AOL too. I think Moviefone is trying to go the way of TMZ. The more sensational, the better. I noticed that with your 'update,' Wil, they didn't event talk about your amazing books. You just released book number 4(?) and they don't even mention that or the multitude of fans all over the country that go gaga for them. For that matter, they didn't even talk about the acting projects you've done. I added a little comment at the end for 'perspective.' :) Scott
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Hi, Wil. Thanks so much for the response. Remember the Borders book signing you did in Hollywood? There were actually a lot of people for that but the difference was that it was advertised. You have a loyal following in WWdN but not everyone is on here all the time and many L.A. people could miss an event if you had one.....unless they were on everyday. I for one check the Book section of LATimes.com every week. That's the only way I know who is appearing in L.A. I'm sure over the months I have missed some amazing events but it comes down to getting the word out. If they don't advertise, people won't come. Scott P.S. My friend and co-worker is really good friends with the owner of Metropolis Books in Downtown L.A. When I meet them for breakfast in a couple of weeks, we'll stop by Metroplis like usual. Let me run it by the owner. I want this so much that I would help advertise the event for her.
Toggle Commented Feb 26, 2009 on just paint what you see at WWdN: In Exile
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Wil? How about an L.A. book signing tour??? Please??? :)
Toggle Commented Feb 25, 2009 on just paint what you see at WWdN: In Exile
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Great! Unfortunately, I don't have subscription TV. :-( I guess I'll have to wait until the series comes out on DVD. Sounds great, Wil!
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Wow! I definitely need this cookbook! I'm one of Trader Joe's strongest supporters. I tell and encourage EVERYONE to try it out.
Toggle Commented Jan 7, 2009 on i really love trader joe's at WWdN: In Exile
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Corporations suck and they inherently screw everything up. That's why I refuse to download any of AOL's software onto my computer. When I surfed the Internet using their software, my computer would always f*ck up. I just don't anymore....on principle.
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