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This is lovely Wil; a perfect Christmas gift. Hope you and your family have a wonderful holiday.
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Hah! Although I'd seen the "Shamwow Jam," (also a nice bit of silliness), this one was new to me. Thanks for warming up a very cold Maine day with some gigggles!
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Wil, ow! I really hope you start feeling better. Your post did trigger memory for me...I tend to sneeze in series of 3s or 4s; my (younger) sister once commented to me that she was sure sneezing kills brain cells. I am still sometimes convinced that she wasn't just trying to mess with my head. Had she but known what sneezing can do to recouperating ribs!
Toggle Commented Aug 18, 2008 on pour it in my hand for a dime at WWdN: In Exile
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Many happy returns Wil! (And a most excellent photo...)
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David Sedaris is indeed wonderful live! I saw him around 7+ years ago now (he had a terrible cold and still did a great reading). When he signed my copy of *Me Talk Pretty Someday* as a gift for my husband, I stupidly/nervously/star-struckedly said something along the lines of "sorry you're sick, my husband is a doctor," and then added once my brain caught up with my mouth "of philosophy." He was very kind about the whole thing! It is always cool when an idol understands blather.
Toggle Commented Jun 29, 2008 on i saw david sedaris last night at WWdN: In Exile
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I've been struggling with my brain regarding my dissertation in precisely the ways you describe. I find that agressive yard work helps...taking out frustrations on stupid, stupid weeds. Also, your blog always brings a smile to my face and the renewed determination to just finish already! (Then it will be "Dr. 3Kats" to all and sundry.)
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Oddly, my sister and were talking about this kind of bad audience experience yesterday. And we find, no matter how obnoxious that other person is being, that it's really hard for us to confront that for spoiling the concert/play/etc for the rest of us. Maybe mamma raised her girls up *too* politely. Kudos, Wil, for at least making the attempt. I bet many fellow non-dicks in the audience appreciated the effort.
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Lego Wesley is always allowed to hang out with adults.
Toggle Commented Apr 27, 2008 on Introducing Lego Wesley Crusher at WWdN: In Exile
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Hi Wil, Long time lurker, first time poster...this is OT, but saw on twitter that you are in NYC. If you liked Spamalot, try Curtains, especially for David Hyde Pierce. His pleasure in performing on stage is a joy to watch.
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