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SQUEE that you showed up this year, UBERSQUEE that you're planning for next year already! Four years ago, I could walk right up to your table, trade you shiny gold rocks for words that are hawesome, and have a chat. This year I was too chicken to even get in line. Result: did not get 3WM signed, did not offer you my never-will-be-played box of Civilization for Tabletop. Will be pre-ordering Plushie Wil as soon as possible. Adventures with Dark Lord Richard, ChooChooBear, McPedro, and Little Vampire will happen.
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Comedy albums still get made, but for every David Cross or Brian Posehn, there's a Dane Cook. Take that as you will. I understand Judah Friedlander has an album coming out soon, and I'm looking forward to it almost as much as the wide release of his film "Full Grown Men."
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Comedy albums still get made, but for every David Cross or Brian Posehn, there's a Dane Cook. Take that as you will. I understand Judah Friedlander has an album coming out soon, and I'm looking forward to it almost as much as the wide release of his film "Full Grown Men."
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Comedy albums still get made, but for every David Cross or Brian Posehn, there's a Dane Cook. Take that as you will. I understand Judah Friedlander has an album coming out soon, and I'm looking forward to it almost as much as the wide release of his film "Full Grown Men."
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Comedy albums still get made, but for every David Cross or Brian Posehn, there's a Dane Cook. Take that as you will. I understand Judah Friedlander has an album coming out soon, and I'm looking forward to it almost as much as the wide release of his film "Full Grown Men."
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OMG! This is EXACTLY what I wanted to ask you about when I met you in Phoenix a few months ago. Good thing I was too chicken then because I wouldn't have had nifty hyperlinks like I do now. Rock on, WW!
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OMG! This is EXACTLY what I wanted to ask you about when I met you in Phoenix a few months ago. Good thing I was too chicken then because I wouldn't have had nifty hyperlinks like I do now. Rock on, WW!
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Flesh Eating Ghouls From Outer Space...awesome? Not so much. Maybe I'm a puppet snob (and I most likely am), but I saw a lot of failed potential in it.
Toggle Commented Jan 31, 2008 on phoenix trip report, part 2 at WWdN: In Exile
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Flesh Eating Ghouls From Outer Space...awesome? Not so much. Maybe I'm a puppet snob (and I most likely am), but I saw a lot of failed potential in it.
Toggle Commented Jan 31, 2008 on phoenix trip report, part 2 at WWdN: In Exile
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I enjoyed meeting you at my very first con last weekend! In retrospect, I wish I'd chatted you up a bit more about self publishing instead of buying my books and sodding off. BTW, my boyfriend's T-shirt can be found here. -Holly
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I enjoyed meeting you at my very first con last weekend! In retrospect, I wish I'd chatted you up a bit more about self publishing instead of buying my books and sodding off. BTW, my boyfriend's T-shirt can be found here. -Holly
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Your questions have all been answered above, so I give you a homework assignment as a new admirer of the Doctor. Tom Baker has never lent his voice to the Simpsons, but they've drawn him Waldo-like into countless episodes. Good rule of thumb: if CBG is in the episode, Baker is probably in the background somewhere. How many Tom Bakers can you find?
Toggle Commented Dec 29, 2007 on genesis of the daleks at WWdN: In Exile
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Your questions have all been answered above, so I give you a homework assignment as a new admirer of the Doctor. Tom Baker has never lent his voice to the Simpsons, but they've drawn him Waldo-like into countless episodes. Good rule of thumb: if CBG is in the episode, Baker is probably in the background somewhere. How many Tom Bakers can you find?
Toggle Commented Dec 29, 2007 on genesis of the daleks at WWdN: In Exile
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As long as everyone is tossing in their suggestions for Vol III, here's mine, especially for you: It's a Fanboy Christmas by Luke Ski. As comprehensive as it is badly sung, nobody gets left out. There's a whole verse dedicated to the career of Bill Mumy.
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As long as everyone is tossing in their suggestions for Vol III, here's mine, especially for you: It's a Fanboy Christmas by Luke Ski. As comprehensive as it is badly sung, nobody gets left out. There's a whole verse dedicated to the career of Bill Mumy.
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While I'm sure the "PayPal Sucks" contingent has valid points, it may be worth taking the form response at face value. The knowledge base doesn't have this error yet, and they've got their hamsters on it. I work tech support for a software company, and I hate having to tell customers I don't have the answer yet, but sometimes it's the only valid response. The waiting game is painful, but give them a day or two to hammer something out. Unless PayPal's corporate values are not as stringent as my company's, in which case they should suffer. Suffer mightily.
Toggle Commented Oct 24, 2007 on PayPal finally speaks at WWdN: In Exile
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While I'm sure the "PayPal Sucks" contingent has valid points, it may be worth taking the form response at face value. The knowledge base doesn't have this error yet, and they've got their hamsters on it. I work tech support for a software company, and I hate having to tell customers I don't have the answer yet, but sometimes it's the only valid response. The waiting game is painful, but give them a day or two to hammer something out. Unless PayPal's corporate values are not as stringent as my company's, in which case they should suffer. Suffer mightily.
Toggle Commented Oct 24, 2007 on PayPal finally speaks at WWdN: In Exile
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Oh, to fall asleep basting in rich, Sagan-y goodness!
Toggle Commented Sep 14, 2006 on good day, sir! at WWdN: In Exile
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Oh, to fall asleep basting in rich, Sagan-y goodness!
Toggle Commented Sep 14, 2006 on good day, sir! at WWdN: In Exile
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Your lingering Guy Fleegman-ism is not so different from the MSM's insistence on labeling Anna Nicole Smith "Former stripper" in headlines about her recent Supreme Court victory. They could have used "reality TV star" as a descriptor, but it doesn't catch the eye like the other thing. Fact is, the guy probably just couldn't get his spell checker to accept "blogebrity" or "hawesome."
Toggle Commented May 26, 2006 on learn to swim at WWdN: In Exile
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Your lingering Guy Fleegman-ism is not so different from the MSM's insistence on labeling Anna Nicole Smith "Former stripper" in headlines about her recent Supreme Court victory. They could have used "reality TV star" as a descriptor, but it doesn't catch the eye like the other thing. Fact is, the guy probably just couldn't get his spell checker to accept "blogebrity" or "hawesome."
Toggle Commented May 26, 2006 on learn to swim at WWdN: In Exile
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You should try AirMusique - 100. I just spent a week listening to French punk and hip-hop.
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You should try AirMusique - 100. I just spent a week listening to French punk and hip-hop.
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a) Get well soon! You need that thumb or else your hand turkeys will look all weird. b)I'm allergic to tetanus shots (no, really. allergic.) so good luck with that and keep an eye on it. c) Frank Oz will be somewhat dismayed to learn that he has passed away as he had stuff to do next week.
Toggle Commented Apr 11, 2006 on ouch. ouch. ouch. ouch. at WWdN: In Exile
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a) Get well soon! You need that thumb or else your hand turkeys will look all weird. b)I'm allergic to tetanus shots (no, really. allergic.) so good luck with that and keep an eye on it. c) Frank Oz will be somewhat dismayed to learn that he has passed away as he had stuff to do next week.
Toggle Commented Apr 11, 2006 on ouch. ouch. ouch. ouch. at WWdN: In Exile
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