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Technically speaking, Wil's given first name is Richard (Wil is his middle name) - so, really, he is a Dick. xP But that's the only kind of dick he is.
Toggle Commented Jun 20, 2012 on Video Q&A Post for Denver Comicon at WWdN: In Exile
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You're the biggest dick I've ever seen Lilith. Consider a moment the fact that wil actually ANSWERED you. Most so called "entitled celebrities" wouldn't give your comment a second look, let alone comment and personally apologize and try to explain the circumstances. Wil Wheaton is the most not-dickish person I've ever met. And. Um. If you were up on stage, wouldn't you want your family to be able to see you? Your FAMILY. Your BEST FRIENDS. They deserve to be front row, free ticket. No, try telling your mother "sorry Mom. If you want to see me perform, or graduate, or wow a crowd, you gotta stand outside wait just like all those random strangers." Guess what. Wil Wheaton is a NORMAL HUMAN BEING. Just. Like. You. He has friends, he has family, he has feelings, and he has limits. He does NOT exist JUST FOR YOU and your pitiful ENTOURAGE of self-entitled friends.
Toggle Commented Jun 20, 2012 on Video Q&A Post for Denver Comicon at WWdN: In Exile
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A well-organized list of things which I want to say: 1st (and foremost) - [happy-rage-guy.jpg] RFB IS BACK!!! omfg I'm so happy you have no idea!! I love these Wil, I really really do! Thank you so much! 2 - Paul and Storm's commercial isn't actually there. It's just... silence... Sadface, I bet it's really awesome! 3 - Remember when you did that last RFB waaaay back in like November 2010 or something and you thanked a ton of people, except those who gave you RFB stuff at cons and that you misplaced the box in your garage but you still needed thank them and you will in the future? Did you ever find that box? You so need to thank those people! *cough*likeme*cough* I really hope you keep getting excited about and thus keep making RFBs! Thanks Wil!
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*cough* You also... kinda sorta... still have people to thank on RFB... if you ever found that box in your garage. You know... just saying... *cough cough* It's only been... almost a year since Phoenix Comicon. Just saying. (*makes hands into a heart shape and apologizes for being annoying*) And dude, totally checking out some of this music! :)
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Let me just say - if you ever bring Chris Hardwick in again, you guys should do hilarious "The Stupid Things We Did When We Were Young" sketches. That Nerdist podcast was hilarious... you guys could probably be hilariously awesome onstage together. I'm not so familiar with your other hilarious stories to really put any other input (my favorite stories from my copies of Happiest Days and Just a Geek are the more heartwarming tales, not necessarily w00tstock material). I know what you read at PhxCC last year was pretty awesome, though, and pretty geeky! Maybe more video games/D&D hilariousness like that? (Also: w00tstock in Phoenix. Just saying)
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It's so awesome to finally get some faces to the names I've heard so much! ...though now I think you should post some younger pics, though, so that way, when I read stories about them in Elementary and Middle School years, I'm not seeing these college students acting like 11-year-olds. XD
Toggle Commented Jan 17, 2011 on In which I am a proud father at WWdN: In Exile
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This pic to be included in the special edition author signed copy of the year 2040 book, "Those Days Were Happy, Too"
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Wil, I *loved* this. It was so clever, and I loved all the connections between what the neighbors believed a "perfect" neighbor was, and what they used to make the world think of them as the perfect neighbors. If I'd been drinking anything at that last paragraph, I would've done a spittake all over my imac (and I would've hated you for it, so it's a good thing that didn't happen xD). It's a 200ish word story, but definitely not a "simple" story. So many layers and you have to read carefully to get what it's trying to say. Love it love it! :) Excited to see more!
Toggle Commented Nov 27, 2010 on Short Fiction: 239 Sycamore St. at WWdN: In Exile
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HAHAHAHA!! I was all like "Hmph! He didn't get to mine!!" and all surly the whole episode and whining on twitter, and then I heard your "lost my convention box!" excuse, and I now I'm just laughing like an idiot. xD Oh, Wil. You're so normal. I guess I can wait oooone moooore weeeeeek for that long-anticipated thank you. XD I'm so glad the Burrito is back!!
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....don't cell phones exist for this reason, Mr. Cellphone Video Youtube Account?
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D: I'm drooling. I want to plaster all of those into the most amazing wall mosaic the world has ever seen. What would the mosaic depict? Why, a gigantic D-20, of course. Oh my god that would be amazing!! *flail!* ...will you be accepting dice at RinCon?
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I was listening to this at figure drawing and got some preeeetty odd looks from people when I burst out laughing at certain parts. I've been waiting for a new RFB all summer - the audio could've been even crappier and I wouldn't have cared! Also: seriously, you should do more fiction. So much of the imagery was just beautiful, I could imagine it all perfectly. I want to know what creative things might be rattling around inside your head. :) Not that your personal narratives aren't amazing (cuz they totally are), it was just something new and exciting from you, and I really liked it. Also, like some other commenters, I really miss Storytime with Uncle Wil. XD I hope you are able to find more RFB time amongst your busy schedule. And I can't wait for the next one! Never let the burrito die, Wil!
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Oh man, too bad that PacMan record is still shrinkwrapped... I mean, you probably wouldn't want to open it... even when it could be used for one awesome/hilarious interlude between segments on an RFB episode... not like I'm hinting at anything... or anything... #okayIreallyamhintinghere #hashtagsoutsidetwitter!
Toggle Commented Sep 14, 2010 on garage discoveries at WWdN: In Exile
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Don't be worried about your fanfic, Wil. I'm really curious to see what you came up with! Did you guys have to abide by the same 400-2000 word limits we did?
Toggle Commented Jul 28, 2010 on singing fun fun fun at WWdN: In Exile
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"If something gets in your way.... TURN!" Ah, I saw what you did there. Love that movie! :P I sold back my SDCC ticket in order to buy w00tstock tickets. I mean, I wouldn't have been able to afford the hotel for SDCC anyway, so I would've refunded it regardless, but when I heard about w00tstock, I was determined to go, even if it meant sleeping in my car on the side of the road afterwards. I am SUPER EXCITED to see w00tstock in all its glory! If it's even half as awesome as the youtube videos and everything makes it seem, I'm gonna have the time of my geek life. :)
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You know, it says on J!nx that a new shirt was supposed to come out yesterday, on July 5th, but I haven't seen anything...
Toggle Commented Jul 6, 2010 on in which wil is live at seven at WWdN: In Exile
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I would love future me to come to present me and just tell me that it'll all be okay eventually. I don't need to know any specifics, just seeing an older me alive and smiling would be enough for me.
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I want to go to Wootstock so flipping bad now more than ever. How do we poke and prod you guys with suggestions of which cities to go to next? (Like, ahem, Tucson or Phoenix)
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When I was in chamber orchestra in high school, all of my classmates were annoyed by the fact that we were asked to play simple pieces. Not alot of difficult phrasing, at moderate tempos, with predictable structure. At one point, annoyed, my teacher turned to them and said "If you guys can't even play Mary Had a Little Lamb beautifully, then why on Earth would I want to try and give you Beethoven?"In a similar fashion, I think it's the mark of a true writer to be able to make the most simplest of circumstances something wonderful and captivating to read. This was beautiful, Wil. You really need to write narrative more often. :)
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I have a friend who was fired for her job simply because of the photos on her facebook - none of which were bad (not like my brother, who had a picture of him doing a kegstand as his myspace profile pic for months). She was just called "unprofessional" and dropped, because of a non-professional site. And that's scary for me. Apart from this.... god Facebook is so addictive... it's really terrible, but none of my friends and family understand or will use Twitter, or else I'd use that more.
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You once mentioned in one of your posts or books or RFBs that walking into a convention hall surrounded by like-minded geeks, nerds and gamers was the equivalent of coming home. At Phoenix Comicon, I totally got that. I felt at home and at peace with myself as a geek and with the world probably for the first time ever during this convention, and you were a big part of that, with Rock Band and Geek Prom and your hilarious panels and how cool you were when I went to your table. I'm homesick now, among my non-geek family who doesn't understand, but I can't wait for next year. So thank you, so much, once again.
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O__O making the geek prom even better?? How do you exceed perfection, except maybe for an addition of "No cameras allowed"? I mean, it was so amazing! How awesome was it to be able to tell people "Oh yeah, on Saturday, I got to dance with Spock to a live band playing the Pokemon theme song while wearing a Batman cape and taped up glasses - and felt so great and normal doing it!" Seriously, this negated my entire horrible senior prom experience.
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I am so glad I was paying attention at your panel you said "I know SOMEONE will make me sing Bon Jovi," and glad the two guys in my band were cool with it when I suggested it, cuz that was AWESOME!!! Thanks again, Wil!!
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You didn't just make up that kids book! Observe!: http://www.amazon.com/Caps-Sale-Peddler-Monkeys-Business/dp/0064431436 Did you notice that I didn't just say "I'm commenting!" I CONTRIBUTED. :P Also: HOLY FRACKING CRAP I GET TO SEE YOU THIS WEEKEND AT PHXCC!!! I AM SO BLOODY EXCITED!!! Signed copy of Just a Geek? Yes please! (Are you going to have copies of Dancing Barefoot? Or is that omg-too-old to bring to conventions anymore?)
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The Flanders to his Homer?
Toggle Commented Mar 18, 2010 on something something giant balls at WWdN: In Exile
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