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Wil, I started blogging in 2005 after reading your blog for about a year. The interwebs are constanting changing and we tend to change with them. I think that a combination of Twitter, Tumblr, Reddit, Flickr, and your blog is an awesome way to communicate with the rest of the world. I'm just an average guy (geek) and I choose the medium based on the message as well. Thanks for allowing a small glimpse into your life from time to time. It reminds us that we are all alike in the end. Kurt
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CONGRATULATIONS Wil!!! Number 14 on the Forbes Web Celeb 25. Only 3 below Robert Scoble and 3 above Matt Drudge. You are in some pretty good company. Keep on blogging! See the article here: http://www.forbes.com/2009/01/29/web-celebrities-internet-technology-webceleb09_0129_land.html
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Wil, This set of posts was great. Thank you. I have recently started acting in community theatre productions and it was great to get the vivid detail you described related to working on a television set. Thanks again. - Kurt
Toggle Commented Oct 25, 2008 on Criminal Minds: The Big Day Begins at WWdN: In Exile
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Wil, This set of posts was great. Thank you. I have recently started acting in community theatre productions and it was great to get the vivid detail you described related to working on a television set. Thanks again. - Kurt
Toggle Commented Oct 25, 2008 on Criminal Minds: The Big Day Begins at WWdN: In Exile
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After seeing this post and realizing I had never seen this as a kid, I put it on my Netflix queue. My whole family watched it this past weekend. I have to say that after all the hype in the post and the comments, I was really disappointed. This movie was a snooze-fest. My wife actually fell asleep and after almost an hour, my kids (9 and 12) asked politely if we could watch something more interesting. As a point of reference, I watched all the Rankin/Bass Christmas shows as a kid and continue to watch them now and I LOVE them. Mad Monster Party, on the otherhand, will not become a family tradition like the Christmas ones are.
Toggle Commented Oct 13, 2008 on happy october at WWdN: In Exile
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After seeing this post and realizing I had never seen this as a kid, I put it on my Netflix queue. My whole family watched it this past weekend. I have to say that after all the hype in the post and the comments, I was really disappointed. This movie was a snooze-fest. My wife actually fell asleep and after almost an hour, my kids (9 and 12) asked politely if we could watch something more interesting. As a point of reference, I watched all the Rankin/Bass Christmas shows as a kid and continue to watch them now and I LOVE them. Mad Monster Party, on the otherhand, will not become a family tradition like the Christmas ones are.
Toggle Commented Oct 13, 2008 on happy october at WWdN: In Exile
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Wil, I'm involved in community theatre in the Milwaukee area and I totally get what you mean. When you work on a show with a great cast that loves being there, you just want to continue to hang out after it is over. You see each other almost every day for 5 or 6 weeks getting ready for the show. You really form a great bond with those guys. When it's over, it feels like there is big hole to fill.
Toggle Commented Sep 12, 2007 on magic with the legion at WWdN: In Exile
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Wil, I'm involved in community theatre in the Milwaukee area and I totally get what you mean. When you work on a show with a great cast that loves being there, you just want to continue to hang out after it is over. You see each other almost every day for 5 or 6 weeks getting ready for the show. You really form a great bond with those guys. When it's over, it feels like there is big hole to fill.
Toggle Commented Sep 12, 2007 on magic with the legion at WWdN: In Exile
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