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I hope shes up an around soon, but Im sure its nice for the pets to have her around to be with@
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Ok, this confirms that she is the best wife anyone could ask for, and an amazing human being. Im so jealous that you got to meet Debby freaking Gibson! I used to be so in love with her!
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I love the first picture of the white dog, I dont remember the name. He looks like someone that is suffering. Its pretty warm where I live, but its not like some places are getting. We are lucky.
Toggle Commented Jul 10, 2012 on Hotter than July at WWdN: In Exile
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You gotta do what you gotta do! Ive never had a chance to see you at a con, but I would feel bad if you couldnt make it to one im going to. But I would totally understand. AT least I Wont hold a grudge like Sheldon for 15 years!
Toggle Commented May 30, 2012 on Good News, Bad News at WWdN: In Exile
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I know a little about how you feel. For the last 9 years or so, I have been working in the video Game QA industry. I always feel a sense of pride when a game I worked hard on releases, then does really well. Its nice to know that even though QA is totally hated by most of the game playing public, I worked as hard as I Could to make the game as good as possible. And yes, there are stinkers, and titles that have issues that should have been fixed, but I know I work very hard, and its nice to see that work pay off.
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I didnt start watching Eureka until it was in Season 2. I never watched it on Sci-FI. I only watch it on Hulu and Netflix. I havent had access to the Sci-Fi channel in a long time. The first episode I saw of Eureka got me 100 percent hooked. I loved all the characters, cried when Stark left (even though he was an ass) and was happy when the characters were happy. When I read it was being cancelled, it made me really sad. But unfortunalty, this is the way it is with schience fiction on television. Few shows make it as long as Eureka did. Thats a testamnent to how amazing this show was. As someone else stated here, reality TV has its place. My only problem is that its quicly become the ONLY place on tv. I only watch 2 channels at home regulary, History and Discovery. And now those are getting flooded with reality shows. I getting tired of crab fishing. I sincerly hope Eureka can find a home on another channel, although I know that will be difficult. I now own as much as I can get of it on dvd, and watch it all the time. It still makes me laugh, and cry. Thanks for being on the show Wil. We will miss all the characters, including Dr. Parrish.
Toggle Commented May 18, 2012 on I really miss this place at WWdN: In Exile
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Wil, that was great! It brought a tear to my eye! Ive heard you talk with love and respect about your former castmates before, but this was the best of them all. It is great that they still accept you as one of the crew. Apologizing for the mistakes of our youth is hard, but you did it, and your peers accepted it like pros. What a lucky man you are to have such amazing friends!
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As a kid, I didnt like hanging out with others. I had one friend growing up, and spent time with him. But for the most part, I lost myself in books and video games. To this day, I Still boot up Zork, and wish I had a prybar to unboard that house. I was a regular at the local arcade, had a couple game records posted on the wall. Video games were a fantastic way to get away from the real world, and enjoy another one for a while. Many of the games today dont require the use of you imagintion. Its a shame. I like shooters, but I have veered away from them because games like Fallout 3, New Vegas and Skyrim put you into a world thats vibrant, full of interesting people, many more interesting than people in the real world, and you can stay there for many hours. I hope you get your console back soon. The chance to get away to a virtual world is very important these days. Now where is my copy of Bioshock....
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I agree with you Wil. I have a group of people that I get together with twice a month to play games. We have, for the last year, been engaged in an intense Warhammer 40K tabletop war. We dont always play that when we get together, but we play something. Its a great way to relax, get old friends together, and spend some quality time.
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I have seen this picture several times now. It is still funny, and a percest response to the email you received, I hope The Blogess sees this soon.
Toggle Commented Oct 24, 2011 on in other words... at WWdN: In Exile
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Great pictures! Im glad you were able to have a nice vacation. I look forward to more of your writing.
Toggle Commented Oct 3, 2011 on I don't want to go on the cart at WWdN: In Exile
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