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This is arguably one of their best songs to date. (Except for the Captain's Wife's Lament, of course)
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Don't be too sad, folks. I suspect that whatever Wil has going on is going to be well worth it for the rest of us. Good luck, Wil! And if you want one more opportunity to see Wil in person, check out JoCo Cruise Crazy. Tickets are on sale now!
Toggle Commented May 30, 2012 on Good News, Bad News at WWdN: In Exile
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"Patron." You're a librarian, aren't you? We <3 librarians!
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Sadly, if such a thing were even possible, you'd probably end up in jail for using it, knowing our litigious society.
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This is the picture of the table of Games. Pie Bob gets credit for it. http://www.flickr.com/photos/djpiebob/6933688193/in/pool-1900162@N24/ That's a lot of games.
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One comment? WTF is wrong with you people? This is WIL WHEATON. ON A NERD BOAT! This is where you all say "Gee, That sounds FUCKING AWESOME! I wish I'd been there!" At which point I can say "I was, and it *WAS* FUCKING AWESOME!" and the best part was where Wil Weaton signed something I made and he thought it was awesome and it was like a giant boat filled with pure awesome and it couldn't have been better. Really. *whew!*
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Admittedly I've read most of your books, but not your blog so much, but I think I will leave it up to the others to help provide input. I trust that I will enjoy whatever you do when you're up on stage because, well, that's what happened last cruise (which was the first time I'd ever seen you on stage.)
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I saw that, too! I love that game. Both of them!
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I am so totally going to hang a few of these in the elevators at work. ;) Where do I work? Well, I can't say the name, but let's just say it's a large museum and research oriented institution in the washington dc area. :)
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Like everyone else here who was conscious that day, I will never forget it either. My school didn't show anything on TV, but I was glued to the television the moment I got home. On Feb 24, 2011, I will be at Kennedy Space Center to do something that I've dreamed of since I was a kid: see the space shuttle launch in person. STS-133 has been delayed due to mechanical problems and hydrogen leaks and to be perfectly honest, I'm nervous, for the astronauts and for me. But I keep in mind that there are literally thousands of people working together to make each space shuttle launch a success. I'll definitely be holding my breath for the 8 minutes it takes them to get into orbit.
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