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Why does all the good stuff always happen in California? Ohio gets no geek love. ::sigh::
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Wil, hon, you're not projecting. It's been proven that dogs grieve when a member of their "pack" dies. And like the others have said, she was just trying to comfort you in her own way. And as a proud doggie mom and sister to 3 others over the years, I know how hard it is to loose on these precious friends and I can't even begin to tell you how sorry I am for your loss. So you grieve and cry and anything else you need to do. We'll be here for you whenever you feel like talking.
Toggle Commented Aug 26, 2009 on in which some comfort is found at WWdN: In Exile
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See, this is where I prove myself the odd woman out again. The Battle is actually the first ep of TNG I ever watched and it's the reason I became a fan and eventually converted whole heartedly into a card carrying geek. Of course, it helps that I was a 13 year old girl who started watching strictly to see the cute teenage boy in the funky uniform and then eventually got hooked on the rest of the show itself. But that's another story. ;)
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Okay, see, this is part of the reason why I'm glad I don't drive. It amazes me when I'm at work how many people call in to pay their cable bills while they're driving. It's frickin' ridiculous how almost nobody pays attention to the actual driving part anymore. (and don't feel bad about the back thing, Wil. I threw mine out once just by sneezing)
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I'm suddenly very glad I had no idea Penguincon was in Detroit. Because if you had gone I found out about it later I would have been quite peeved at myself. But now I can just sit here in Toledo and wish you a very speedy recovery. I too know the misery of sinus crap so I really mean it when I say get well soon. And also, Go Wings! (Ozzie! Ozzie! Ozzie! :)
Toggle Commented May 2, 2009 on To everyone at Penguicon: at WWdN: In Exile
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Oh is this making me miss my gaming days. ::nostalgic sigh:: I always went for the thieves, they get to have the most fun. ;)
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I have a little dog (mini poodle). You'd think little dogs would be less trouble because they can't reach the counter top. But oh no, mine _climbs_. She's figured out how to get on to the dining room table and goes crusing for candy (she's got a wicked sweet tooth. unfortunately her favorite is chocolate). The screwy part is she's smart enough to figure out that she's not supposed to eat the wrapper, but not smart enough to realize that the empty wrappers are how she keeps getting busted. ;)
Toggle Commented Feb 28, 2009 on from the vault: my awesome dog at WWdN: In Exile
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WOO-HOO!!!!!!!!!!! ::happy squeal of delight:: I absolutely adore Numb3rs. It's a smartly written show with great action and great characters. Reading this just totally made my day. Massive congrats, Wil!
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WOO-HOO!!!!!!!!!!! ::happy squeal of delight:: I absolutely adore Numb3rs. It's a smartly written show with great action and great characters. Reading this just totally made my day. Massive congrats, Wil!
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Gee, the cable company I work for has never had any problems with this kind of stuff. So I guess all I have to say to all of you Direct TV customers is - Na na! ::ducks and runs away::
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Gee, the cable company I work for has never had any problems with this kind of stuff. So I guess all I have to say to all of you Direct TV customers is - Na na! ::ducks and runs away::
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Wow, that's about an average of 1.0541 redshirts per episode. Not much of a body count at all when you think about it. Go fig.
Toggle Commented Jun 29, 2007 on "He stayed at his post!" at WWdN: In Exile
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Wow, that's about an average of 1.0541 redshirts per episode. Not much of a body count at all when you think about it. Go fig.
Toggle Commented Jun 29, 2007 on "He stayed at his post!" at WWdN: In Exile
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Wil, I know exactly what you mean. We're going through some major stuff right now with my grandmother and her health and it's not been good. And I tell ya, if it was not for Terry Pratchett and his Discworld, I would be an emotional wreck right. He and my dog are the only things guaranteed to make me laugh these days. Plus I'm a bit Giles when it comes to my books. There's just something about the feel and the smell of an actual book that just can't be replaced.
Toggle Commented Jun 8, 2007 on give a hoot. read a book. at WWdN: In Exile
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Wil, I know exactly what you mean. We're going through some major stuff right now with my grandmother and her health and it's not been good. And I tell ya, if it was not for Terry Pratchett and his Discworld, I would be an emotional wreck right. He and my dog are the only things guaranteed to make me laugh these days. Plus I'm a bit Giles when it comes to my books. There's just something about the feel and the smell of an actual book that just can't be replaced.
Toggle Commented Jun 8, 2007 on give a hoot. read a book. at WWdN: In Exile
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I also have an awesome dog. Willow, my minature poodle, has devloped a taste for chocolate, coffee (preferably mocha), gum, and Q-Tips of all things. And the dork will _climb_ to get them - onto the dining room table, the computer desk in the living room, the table in my bedroom, into the trash can, you name it. I told my mom last night if Willow had opposable thumbs, she'd pretty much be taking over the world.
Toggle Commented May 4, 2007 on my awesome dog. at WWdN: In Exile
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I also have an awesome dog. Willow, my minature poodle, has devloped a taste for chocolate, coffee (preferably mocha), gum, and Q-Tips of all things. And the dork will _climb_ to get them - onto the dining room table, the computer desk in the living room, the table in my bedroom, into the trash can, you name it. I told my mom last night if Willow had opposable thumbs, she'd pretty much be taking over the world.
Toggle Commented May 4, 2007 on my awesome dog. at WWdN: In Exile
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