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I can see the TV ad now. "When you start getting drunk without having imbibed, you know that in a few hours you'll be relaxing with a cool Time Lord Select. Time Lord Select -- the only beverage that gets you drunk quicker than a Pan-Galactic Gargle Blaster. [Please don't drink and fly a TARDIS.]"
Toggle Commented Jul 3, 2012 on When am I? at WWdN: In Exile
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I just checked the NHL store website. Sadly, there are no doll-sized Kings jerseys for Little Wil to wear.
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That ending was indeed very poignant. Parrish's earlier comment to Fargo (during the argument, during the first stage of the patch) made me double-take. I wanted to smack Parrish across the face for it. To have Parrish come back and comfort Fargo at the end of the episode was very appropriate. I second the bravo.
Toggle Commented May 18, 2012 on I really miss this place at WWdN: In Exile
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Agreed, but don't forget NX-01's doctor, John Billingsly. And you'd have to leave a chair vacant for the late DeForest Kelley. Alternately, if you could get Matt Smith, David Tennant, and Christopher Eccleston to play, that would be good too.
Toggle Commented May 4, 2012 on A picture from Tabletop at WWdN: In Exile
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WWUUBRRGG? No, that doesn't make sense. "Dead Meemaw" was an evil enough tactic that the blackness needs to dominate. UUUBBBBB seems appropriate for such an awesomely evil yet brilliantly manipulative strategy. I'll be watching in part because of Evil Wil Wheaton's reappearance but also because of something George R. R. Martin posted. Could Sheldon be attempting to defend himself against his arch-nemesis?
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If you do build this brewpub, it would be incredible if you could convince Patrick Stewart to make some wine with you to serve to your patrons that prefer the product of the vine. Seems to me he once played a character that had a little experience with wine, if I remember correctly.
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I wonder if any of the people or businesses that have the P.O. boxes listed in those ads still receive mail about those old advertisements? If they do it would be interesting to see how they handle the situation. More than likely they simply throw them away, but it wouldn't cost much to try; just an envelope and a stamp (or maybe two as they might be more motivated to respond if you included a self-addressed stamped envelope.)
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