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Feb 6, 2013
Thanks for this post Wil. I'm sure it was really hard for you to write it, but I'm so glad you did. :)
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What a riot! I love that game! I'll have to remind my brother-in-law to bring it with him on Christmas.
Toggle Commented Dec 22, 2008 on in which munchkin is played at WWdN: In Exile
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What a riot! I love that game! I'll have to remind my brother-in-law to bring it with him on Christmas.
Toggle Commented Dec 22, 2008 on in which munchkin is played at WWdN: In Exile
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I was afraid this would turn into a whole lotta hype about "nothing" (so far at least). I'm glad you're keeping a level head about the whole thing. It would be cool though, I'm just saying.
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I was afraid this would turn into a whole lotta hype about "nothing" (so far at least). I'm glad you're keeping a level head about the whole thing. It would be cool though, I'm just saying.
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Sorry about the sick. I was a sad fan unable to afford going to PAX (maybe next year!). Glad to hear it was worth you going despite the SARS. ;) I actually came here to thank you for an off-topic matter (didn't know where else to say THANKS!). As a fan with differing political views, I just wanted to thank you for refraining from commenting on the RNC. I really don't mind people posting thoughts on their blogs; I just don't read those posts. But on Twitter (where I've been getting bombarded) it's a little harder to pick and choose what doesn't pop up in your feed without unsubscribing. I just really appreciate the class that it takes to not openly bash the other side. I've been a fan since your Stand by Me days and was delighted to find your blog in the last year. Thanks for not alienating your "red" fans.
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Sorry about the sick. I was a sad fan unable to afford going to PAX (maybe next year!). Glad to hear it was worth you going despite the SARS. ;) I actually came here to thank you for an off-topic matter (didn't know where else to say THANKS!). As a fan with differing political views, I just wanted to thank you for refraining from commenting on the RNC. I really don't mind people posting thoughts on their blogs; I just don't read those posts. But on Twitter (where I've been getting bombarded) it's a little harder to pick and choose what doesn't pop up in your feed without unsubscribing. I just really appreciate the class that it takes to not openly bash the other side. I've been a fan since your Stand by Me days and was delighted to find your blog in the last year. Thanks for not alienating your "red" fans.
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You're so totally right! I saw Morissey there about this time last year and we fortunately didn't have a problem. Why? Because from my experience, the real fans sit in the back. The "entitled" ones that feel it's their right to act like jackasses sit in front (someone above said "event whores"... I think that's the perfect description). People who can't afford the good seats usually are there for the music only, not looking cool or getting wasted. Ultimately this sucks for the real fans that CAN afford to sit closer, but Moz sounded great from the back. I couldn't see him as well, but I HEARD him. PS. My rule for calling people while at concerts? You don't speak. They already know where you are, just hold the phone up and let them listen for a bit. That's all they care about anyway.
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You're so totally right! I saw Morissey there about this time last year and we fortunately didn't have a problem. Why? Because from my experience, the real fans sit in the back. The "entitled" ones that feel it's their right to act like jackasses sit in front (someone above said "event whores"... I think that's the perfect description). People who can't afford the good seats usually are there for the music only, not looking cool or getting wasted. Ultimately this sucks for the real fans that CAN afford to sit closer, but Moz sounded great from the back. I couldn't see him as well, but I HEARD him. PS. My rule for calling people while at concerts? You don't speak. They already know where you are, just hold the phone up and let them listen for a bit. That's all they care about anyway.
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