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That's totally awesome!i hope my boys do that when they get older. right now, the wife clear the approval for a Wii, so that's a start.
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That's totally awesome!i hope my boys do that when they get older. right now, the wife clear the approval for a Wii, so that's a start.
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What a great post. You always have had the ability to bring the world around to life in your posts. As you were on the set, I could imagine seeing what you saw and even the casting office. It's almost as I was waiting to audition as well. If you want that character I sure hope you get it, but I hope that it won't stop your writing. I am finding a great inspiration from your posts, both in content and delivery. I mean, if you can take driving around a parking lot and spending time in a trailer to have such clarity and passion. Then it helps me believe that when I blog about a half marathon run, I can something similar. I'll have to get your books for my trip to American Samoa in November... I'll have plenty of time to read on the 20+ hour flight. Great post!
Toggle Commented Sep 29, 2006 on maybe you can just enjoy the tour at WWdN: In Exile
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What a great post. You always have had the ability to bring the world around to life in your posts. As you were on the set, I could imagine seeing what you saw and even the casting office. It's almost as I was waiting to audition as well. If you want that character I sure hope you get it, but I hope that it won't stop your writing. I am finding a great inspiration from your posts, both in content and delivery. I mean, if you can take driving around a parking lot and spending time in a trailer to have such clarity and passion. Then it helps me believe that when I blog about a half marathon run, I can something similar. I'll have to get your books for my trip to American Samoa in November... I'll have plenty of time to read on the 20+ hour flight. Great post!
Toggle Commented Sep 29, 2006 on maybe you can just enjoy the tour at WWdN: In Exile
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I guess this means that you need a bigger backyard. If you really want to lower your readership, then you should stop being creative, stop having generally interesting content and never make any Star Trek references anymore... maybe you should make Babylon 5 reference or Star Gate instead... Battlestar Galactica?
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I guess this means that you need a bigger backyard. If you really want to lower your readership, then you should stop being creative, stop having generally interesting content and never make any Star Trek references anymore... maybe you should make Babylon 5 reference or Star Gate instead... Battlestar Galactica?
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If you like the Beatles and the Beach Boys, you might look into a song or two by XTC (English Group not drug of choice by eager beaver ravers). Their "side-gig" album Chips from the Chocolate Fireball definitely has Beatles and Beach Boys undertones.
Toggle Commented Sep 6, 2006 on and your bird can sing at WWdN: In Exile
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If you like the Beatles and the Beach Boys, you might look into a song or two by XTC (English Group not drug of choice by eager beaver ravers). Their "side-gig" album Chips from the Chocolate Fireball definitely has Beatles and Beach Boys undertones.
Toggle Commented Sep 6, 2006 on and your bird can sing at WWdN: In Exile
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First of all I want to congratulate you on your half marathon! Way to go! As a fellow runner, I wanted to make you aware of a kick-ass running podcast (runcast) called Phedippidations at www.steverunner.com. It's an outstanding podcast and each week touches on a new topic about running, it's well worth the download. Train Smart and Run
Toggle Commented Jun 28, 2006 on by the numbers at WWdN: In Exile
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First of all I want to congratulate you on your half marathon! Way to go! As a fellow runner, I wanted to make you aware of a kick-ass running podcast (runcast) called Phedippidations at www.steverunner.com. It's an outstanding podcast and each week touches on a new topic about running, it's well worth the download. Train Smart and Run
Toggle Commented Jun 28, 2006 on by the numbers at WWdN: In Exile
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