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Really great story, Wil. It choked me up at several points.
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Now I get it. That Santa behind you is the stunt double to stand in as the Mall Santa getting thrown to the ground.
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You're playing the bizarro world version of two of my favorite characters on two of my favorite shows. Know that you are loved, Wil Wheaton. Great performance on Leverage. Haven't gotten to see Guild Season 3 yet.
Toggle Commented Aug 27, 2009 on Leverage - The Two Live Crew Job at WWdN: In Exile
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Sorry to hear, Wil. Looks like a great dog. A rescued pup like that surviving in a loving home for 8 full years is probably more of a blessing to Ferris than you will ever know.
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Right on, Wil! That's the perfect attitude to have. So, the painting... maybe the cover of your next book? HA! Just kidding. Does this mean you're going to get "back on the horse" and do more Star Trek episode reviews?
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I LOVE the new inspiration. I think that's a great new goal, Wil. Hey WWdN fans. Maybe we could make a goal of our own. Submit 1,000 comments to this post. I know 1,000 commenters isn't necessarily 1,000 "true fans", but I'm sure it's getting close. What do you say?
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No rush on getting back to the posting, Wil. Just get better soon.
Toggle Commented Feb 11, 2008 on just nod if you can hear me at WWdN: In Exile
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Great pictures, Wil. That reminded me of my "experience" on the simulator at the Hilton in Vegas. My spot was next to a panel (okudagram, apparently). I started tapping my fingers across the panel. Someone from the "crew" yelled at me to stop doing that since I didn't know what I was doing. It was fantastic.
Toggle Commented Jan 28, 2008 on Going Boldly . . . at WWdN: In Exile
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Good to hear you’re starting to get into Doctor Who. You won’t be too disappointed. All of the doctors have unique traits that made them fantastic in their own right. It’s totally DW sacrilege, but I like the current Doctor played by David Tennant. His enthusiasm and ability to change attitude on a dime make his portrayal a LOT of fun. Tom Baker was really funny, though. I do have a strong affinity for Jon Pertwee, though. He was the first doctor I started watching. His portrayal of a time lord was much more realistic as well. He doesn’t just have any automatic sense of responsibility for earth. It builds with time. Get better, Wil!
Toggle Commented Jan 2, 2008 on genesis of the daleks at WWdN: In Exile
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HA! Sugar hangover or getting to old... Can't it be both? I kid. Someone made a reference to Oompa Loompas. That reminded me of the candy Oompas Loompas. I haven't seen those for a while. Must find a way to buy Oompa Loompas... and the cycle continues.
Toggle Commented Nov 2, 2007 on the thursday hangover at WWdN: In Exile
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Definetely! Sounds like fun!
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"shards of broken glass that were as pointy and deadly as they were invisible on the floor". HA!! If I was drinking milk when I read that, it would have sprayed out of my nose. Graphic, I know, but necessary.
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That's really sweet. You're a lucky man, Wil. I'm guessing Ryan reads this blog too. I'm sure he appreciates reading posts like this.
Toggle Commented Aug 31, 2007 on beach day at WWdN: In Exile
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Very cool. You should be proud of that. I think with something like this and the Star Trek: TNG reviews on TV Squad, you should be getting more respect in the Trek community. Keep it up. Can't wait to read more DVD reviews.
Toggle Commented Aug 22, 2007 on good company at WWdN: In Exile
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I disagree that's it's every adult parent's right to subject their children to any type of movie they want just because the MPA says it's okay. Let's not lie to ourselves here. These parents aren't taking their kids to Hostel II because their kids want to see it. THEY want to see if and they're dragging their children to the film out of selfishness. I think it should also be the responsability of the MPA to re-access the movies they give an R rating for. I believe that films that have that level of violence should be given an NC-17 rating. I think everyone needs to check out the documentary "This Film is Not Yet Rated". It speaks more clearly and succinctly than I am.
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