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Watched the recording, and I loved seeing all your geeky knickknacks and art. (Maybe I loved it a little too much.) But it felt a little like I got to visit you and get a tour! It's like we're buddies!
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This story made me smile so hard that my face hurts. What an awesome dad!
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I'm in Vancouver myself this weekend (to see Bard on the Beach), and now I kind of want to try to get into the film studios and see what you're up to! Being deported, however, is not on our list of things to do.... And while I was raiding this entry my friend got her rageface on that she couldn't get Pandora to work here in Canada! Thanks for the Facebook heads-up. I don't know why I'm still surprised when they do this.
Toggle Commented Aug 20, 2010 on random thoughts from vancouver at WWdN: In Exile
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More Wil words? Not only yes but HELL YES!!!
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I've set alarms off a few times when security tags weren't deactivated correctly and am always surprised that store employees don't come running to take me down. It's like they don't even notice. So what, exactly, are the alarms for, then?!
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I would curse you for getting the Connect the Dots! ditty stuck in my head, but mostly I'm tickled that hey! I'm not the only one who still sings that! :-D
Toggle Commented Feb 6, 2010 on Connect the dots! LA LA LA LA! at WWdN: In Exile
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As a science instructor at a community college, I'm sad that despite your enthusiasm for it, you never quite got the math/science education you wanted.....but I LOVE (can't emphasize that enough) that you're still excited about it! It gives me hope for general-public science knowledge :-)
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OMG, brilliant!! Also reminds me of a joke we had in middle school because one of our group of friends mis-heard it as "Tea, Old, Gray, and Hot"
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Happy birthday! Was sad not to see you at Comic-Con. Raising a virtual pint of Guinness in recognition of the anniversary of your natal day!
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Hey, you shouldn't be expected to blog while you're on vacation. Enjoy your family and decompress!!
Toggle Commented Jun 17, 2008 on wil's summer vacation at WWdN: In Exile
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My very favourite post has to be Blue Light Special. I'm sure I've missed a bunch of equally great ones, though, because that was just about the time I started reading regularly. I only saw Stand By Me a few years ago (yes, I was deprived!) when a brand-new movie theater here in Eugene showed "local" movies as part of its grand opening. And I had the same thought about the hat, and I was at least twice 12 years old. ;-)
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That's wonderful! And this: when you're into a book that's so good, you don't want it to be over Is truly the joy of reading. Like when you I to reread a book AGAIN before I took it back to the library because I'm so sad it was over. *makes note to go get Little Brother*
Toggle Commented Jun 5, 2008 on in which a book builds a bridge at WWdN: In Exile
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Just to add chemistry/microbiology to the mix: "Chance favors the prepared mind." (Louis Pasteur)
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OOOoooh! That's almost worth getting plane tix to SD. Seriously! (And math *is* hard. Which is why I'm a biologist.)
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*huge grin* 'tis a wondrous thing, to be loved. (You're *my* favourite, too! *joins the fangirly pile-on*)
Toggle Commented Jan 12, 2008 on the best thing, ever at WWdN: In Exile
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Aww, yay, I'm so glad you're coming around to our point of view--yes, you *are* a writer!! And for the record, what I love most about you is your geekiness. SW ref FTW! \m/
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Wow. Pretty AND geeky! Given that I know the one in the middle is taken, I have little hope that the other two are single. ;-)
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I was so excited to see that on Whatever, and read it again! It's definitely my favourite piece from you, and I never get tired of it.
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I really can spell "alien"... *facepalm*
Toggle Commented Nov 14, 2007 on time machines for sale at WWdN: In Exile
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Yay, new Wil story! Dimension X looks nifty! I wonder whatever happened to Alein Voices--Leonard Nimoy and some other Trek actors doing radio shows of classic sci-fi. They did a few of them on (I think) the sci-fi channel when I was in college, and they were so fun.
Toggle Commented Nov 14, 2007 on time machines for sale at WWdN: In Exile
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That's fantastic! Oh, bravo. Glad that your relaxation technique paid off. I've never watched Numb3rs (probably to my detriment), but I'll be sure not to miss your appearance!
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I probably won't be saying anything original here...but I think that the fact that you are aware of your fears is the first step to overcoming them. Go for it! Take the leap! *waves pompoms* And, dude. if you're not a capital W Writer, who is?!
Toggle Commented Oct 16, 2007 on trudging through fog at WWdN: In Exile
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a sticky explosion of horrible, entropic freedom. Wow. Beautiful phrases like this are why writers are HOTT, and geek writers even moreso. Thanks for the lol at the end of a long day in the lab!
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the triumphant finale, with, uh, motorcycles jumping over a bunch of flaming school buses arranged to look like the Starfleet logo. Oooo! YouTube!
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Don't give up; I can't wait to see you on Heroes!
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