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And you ALSO found success and happiness. ^_^
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I'm so sorry for your loss, Wil. My thoughts are with your family at this time.
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So, I've never watched Criminal Minds, but I wanted to tune in to see your performance. ^_^ I have to say, I was very impressed and proud of you. I also have to say that I would never, ever watch that show again, because it's WAY too dark. (I have a lot of nightmares and actively try not to give my brain more fodder to work with.) I could not take Aaron seriously. Because all that kept going through my head was, "Serious cop ... is serious." One other thing that popped out at me in an otherwise nail-biting and terrifying episode was that when the cops are discussing the killer's background, they theorize that he despises women and was abused/neglected by one (by the way, that scene was just like a House differential). However, in your performance (which was awesome), Floyd tells Abby what a wuss her husband is for not protecting her. Then he asks her if she wants to know what it's like to be with a "real man." To me, in his messed up brain, that kind of seemed like Floyd wanted to be there for her, to protect her. I don't know exactly how beating her up first fits into that, though. I mean, he certainly does punish the women, but the sexual aspect of it seemed more protective that predatory to me. (OMG, nobody take that the wrong way. Rape is horrible and wrong, etc, etc. Just theorizing about the CHARACTER.) I guess if I stop overanalyzing, I can take a step back and see that it's all part of Floyd's mind games. But it did make me go, "Hey, but ... what if ...?"
Toggle Commented Oct 31, 2008 on Criminal Minds: That's a Wrap! at WWdN: In Exile
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If you feel a sneeze coming on and need to stop it, say, "Moo." Or at least make the shape with your mouth. It is 100% guaranteed to stop a sneeze.
Toggle Commented Aug 18, 2008 on pour it in my hand for a dime at WWdN: In Exile
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If you would like to put your writing skills to another use, please consider writing to a U.S. soldier stationed overseas at soldiersangels.com. Sorry if you've already heard about this. :-)
Toggle Commented Jan 21, 2008 on where is my motivation? at WWdN: In Exile
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Happy Birthday, Nolan! Sorry I'm late! *non-creepy internet hugs*
Toggle Commented Aug 21, 2007 on happy birthday, nolan! at WWdN: In Exile
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I thank you for taking that the time to interact with fans. You and many other Star Trek people are really great about that. And I just wanted to personally thank you for talking to me about the Secret of NIMH. That meant the world to me! You're the best!
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Lately I have come to the realization that my creative fiction was therapy for me. I provided myself with the things I was missing in my life. Now that I am starting to heal these wounds, the creative fiction doesn't come to me as often. As much as I enjoyed it, I think I can quietly accept that, since my writing was almost entirely selfish anyway. I was writing to heal myself. Now that I'm getting better, I can allow myself to explore other avenues of creativity. For a while, I was jealous of my best friend who, to this day, continues to churn out story after story after story. But now I know that my lack of creative fiction is really just a sign that I'm healing inside. ... I'm sorry if that seemed unrelated, but your post made me think about it. ^_^;
Toggle Commented Jul 7, 2006 on Real Love / It's Only Life at WWdN: In Exile
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