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For me it's The Bugel, Ouch Disability podcast (hilarious), The tenth Wonder, Digital Planet and many more, they are addictive aren't they! I'm going to try the 60 second science as I do horror as well as I do Karate.
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Complete sidetrack. I'm pottering about the house doing domestic things with my brand new ipod classic and the first thing I thought I'd listen to was "Happiest days of our lives" audio book. Track 04, beyond the rim of the starlight "Conventions are awesome, I bet they'd let us in for free" Hahaha, juice came down my nose and you now owe me a plate that I dropped. You narrate fantasticly Wil, and the timing on that line was great. Back to the house for me.
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Family comes first,full stop (maybe I should have put a full stop for a touch of 'real full stopness' rather than referencing it!!) Aaanyway, isn't it maslow's hierarchy of needs that puts Belongingness and Love needs - work group, family, affection, relationships, etc firlmly in the middle. Without that we wouldn't expect to see you, as one doesn't come without the other. Regarless of what's occuring it's all positive thoughts from here,
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Family comes first,full stop (maybe I should have put a full stop for a touch of 'real full stopness' rather than referencing it!!) Aaanyway, isn't it maslow's hierarchy of needs that puts Belongingness and Love needs - work group, family, affection, relationships, etc firlmly in the middle. Without that we wouldn't expect to see you, as one doesn't come without the other. Regarless of what's occuring it's all positive thoughts from here,
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Haha I'm so glad it isn't me who gets more and more frustrated with the inbred knuckle dragging morons who's middle name is consideration and first name is 'total lack of anything resembling' What bothers me more is I'd like to think I need to set an example for the younger generation as well as my peers as to what is acceptable. If I'm a dick then I can't really be annoyed when the next generation of adults are. But I'm not, it's not hard to be thoughtful (is it?)
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Haha I'm so glad it isn't me who gets more and more frustrated with the inbred knuckle dragging morons who's middle name is consideration and first name is 'total lack of anything resembling' What bothers me more is I'd like to think I need to set an example for the younger generation as well as my peers as to what is acceptable. If I'm a dick then I can't really be annoyed when the next generation of adults are. But I'm not, it's not hard to be thoughtful (is it?)
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I can't wait until I get your book (UK England) Though I had an idea. If at any point any of the books get damaged bend, crumpled or messed up, as long as the text is still good then feel free to sing it and send it. I will happily take a damaged cover, ripped dust sheet or whatever for a signed version. Saves waste. Can't wait to read it mate. Cheers MrJuggles
Toggle Commented Oct 6, 2007 on this is awesome at WWdN: In Exile
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I can't wait until I get your book (UK England) Though I had an idea. If at any point any of the books get damaged bend, crumpled or messed up, as long as the text is still good then feel free to sing it and send it. I will happily take a damaged cover, ripped dust sheet or whatever for a signed version. Saves waste. Can't wait to read it mate. Cheers MrJuggles
Toggle Commented Oct 6, 2007 on this is awesome at WWdN: In Exile
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Hey Wil I'm in no way uber rich, but I would love to get a signed copy across here to England as soon as the books are ready to go. It's funny how I cam to you seven years ago purely because I knew you from TNG, whilst now it's all about the writing. I don't read much often at all really, but I'm really looking forward to your new writing. Now if I know you're in anythng TV/film/voice over, for me it's the thrill of hearing/seeing that guy who writes rather than that actor (I hope you understand that's meant in a cool rather than I don't see you as an actor sort of way) Can't wait mate, really looking forward to it.
Toggle Commented Jun 21, 2007 on so about my new book . . . at WWdN: In Exile
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Hey Wil I'm in no way uber rich, but I would love to get a signed copy across here to England as soon as the books are ready to go. It's funny how I cam to you seven years ago purely because I knew you from TNG, whilst now it's all about the writing. I don't read much often at all really, but I'm really looking forward to your new writing. Now if I know you're in anythng TV/film/voice over, for me it's the thrill of hearing/seeing that guy who writes rather than that actor (I hope you understand that's meant in a cool rather than I don't see you as an actor sort of way) Can't wait mate, really looking forward to it.
Toggle Commented Jun 21, 2007 on so about my new book . . . at WWdN: In Exile
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Heroes, yes, wow. I so want Lost to be great but I've worried it would be there for the weird and twists and turns rather than the story. I'm afraid I can't get past where Alias went and this would just go the same contrived way. Heroes, just pretty damn cool.
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Heroes, yes, wow. I so want Lost to be great but I've worried it would be there for the weird and twists and turns rather than the story. I'm afraid I can't get past where Alias went and this would just go the same contrived way. Heroes, just pretty damn cool.
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I'm not really a poker fan at all (though I have three books and keep promising to get into it, or at least learn the dynamics) This post though made me chuckle my socks off. If you ever write a screenplay you have to slip this idiosyncratic moment in. Yeh, it made me smile too.
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I'm not really a poker fan at all (though I have three books and keep promising to get into it, or at least learn the dynamics) This post though made me chuckle my socks off. If you ever write a screenplay you have to slip this idiosyncratic moment in. Yeh, it made me smile too.
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That was fantastic Wil, really easy to listen to and for want of a less Bennyhillesque word, it was just the right length. I just know you probably can't commit that time each week. It was spot on.
Toggle Commented Dec 2, 2005 on Radio Free Burrito Episode Zero at WWdN: In Exile
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That was fantastic Wil, really easy to listen to and for want of a less Bennyhillesque word, it was just the right length. I just know you probably can't commit that time each week. It was spot on.
Toggle Commented Dec 2, 2005 on Radio Free Burrito Episode Zero at WWdN: In Exile
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