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YES! Now I have this, the Avatar parody ("This is how sky people connect.") and the Simpsons parody to buy. Personally I think the Flintstones, Big Bang Theory, and Scooby Doo parodies don't look that great from the trailers. @Lilacwire, I've yet to come across a porn parody trailer that isn't visually safe for work (the audio might contain references that aren't, but headphones will deal with that). I'm not saying there aren't any, I just haven't seen them. Also, if you watch them on youtube it should let you know it's NSFW before watching it.
Toggle Commented Apr 14, 2011 on Your move, Fan Fiction Writers at WWdN: In Exile
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"a lot more people than I can fit into my back yard read my blog" Ahh, so that explains the lack of barbecue and lawn...
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"a lot more people than I can fit into my back yard read my blog" Ahh, so that explains the lack of barbecue and lawn...
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I think it's healthy to be pissed that you weren't invited, you WERE part of it. To me Wesley was as essential as Picard or Data... well, maybe not THAT essential, but still there. You were in the credits, you should have gotten an invite. It's great that you've moved past Star Trek, but don't go diluding yourself and saying that you don't care that you weren't a part of the celebration. You were part of Star Trek, Star Trek IS a part of you, neither would be the same without the other. The other actors have moved on (for the most part) and they were still invited, and would probably have been at least disappointed, if not pissed, if they weren't invited. I think you should have complained. While I agree that it's not really that important, the squeeky wheel does get the grease (just don't be too squeeky, otherwise you'll just be tossed out).
Toggle Commented Sep 11, 2006 on Happy 40th Birthday, Star Trek at WWdN: In Exile
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I think it's healthy to be pissed that you weren't invited, you WERE part of it. To me Wesley was as essential as Picard or Data... well, maybe not THAT essential, but still there. You were in the credits, you should have gotten an invite. It's great that you've moved past Star Trek, but don't go diluding yourself and saying that you don't care that you weren't a part of the celebration. You were part of Star Trek, Star Trek IS a part of you, neither would be the same without the other. The other actors have moved on (for the most part) and they were still invited, and would probably have been at least disappointed, if not pissed, if they weren't invited. I think you should have complained. While I agree that it's not really that important, the squeeky wheel does get the grease (just don't be too squeeky, otherwise you'll just be tossed out).
Toggle Commented Sep 11, 2006 on Happy 40th Birthday, Star Trek at WWdN: In Exile
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My comment in 4 parts: a) Reply to previous commentor: Anne may say dude, but more than likely Wil is recounting it semi-fictionally, using his own words as if everyone spoke like him. Then again, maybe his whole family DOES talk like him... b) Wil, THIS type of post is the reason I come here. I realize that this is YOUR blog and you post whatever the hell you like, and that people actually do enjoy poker enough to read about someone else playing it (there's apparently an entire site about it, so I guess there must be). But it's your (at times) semi-fictional and (at times) hillarious anecdotes that make me return. So, do what you like, but if you want input I suggest more things like this. This is the kind of thing that made your books so awesome. I'm not here for your (arguably ex-) celebrity status, it's why I came, but it's not why I stayed. c) I'm not sure you can count this as an anniversary when you've been in exile for almost a year now... I realize you're working on the other one, but really, it's been a while now, take off the cast and toss away the crutches. d) Your new favicon at WWdN (lowercase 'd' as you seem to like it these days) looks a lot like the Lost logo.. Similar colors, too small to make much out... Ooh, you should make it animated, W-I-L-W-I-L over and over... (that way, when the L is showing it COULD be the Lost logo...)
Toggle Commented Aug 24, 2006 on try at working out chaotic things at WWdN: In Exile
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My comment in 4 parts: a) Reply to previous commentor: Anne may say dude, but more than likely Wil is recounting it semi-fictionally, using his own words as if everyone spoke like him. Then again, maybe his whole family DOES talk like him... b) Wil, THIS type of post is the reason I come here. I realize that this is YOUR blog and you post whatever the hell you like, and that people actually do enjoy poker enough to read about someone else playing it (there's apparently an entire site about it, so I guess there must be). But it's your (at times) semi-fictional and (at times) hillarious anecdotes that make me return. So, do what you like, but if you want input I suggest more things like this. This is the kind of thing that made your books so awesome. I'm not here for your (arguably ex-) celebrity status, it's why I came, but it's not why I stayed. c) I'm not sure you can count this as an anniversary when you've been in exile for almost a year now... I realize you're working on the other one, but really, it's been a while now, take off the cast and toss away the crutches. d) Your new favicon at WWdN (lowercase 'd' as you seem to like it these days) looks a lot like the Lost logo.. Similar colors, too small to make much out... Ooh, you should make it animated, W-I-L-W-I-L over and over... (that way, when the L is showing it COULD be the Lost logo...)
Toggle Commented Aug 24, 2006 on try at working out chaotic things at WWdN: In Exile
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"It is my birthday this coming Saturday (the 17th)! I will be exactly 26 years old. I plan to spend my level-up points on +3 Strength, +4 Endurance, and the Wacom Slash of Death special ability. I hear it's good against polar bears." Dude, why didn't I think of that? That's the most awesomest geeky pointless thing I've ever seen! Seeing as how leveling up is the RPG version of birthdays...
Toggle Commented Jun 16, 2006 on the sofa in san tropez at WWdN: In Exile
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"It is my birthday this coming Saturday (the 17th)! I will be exactly 26 years old. I plan to spend my level-up points on +3 Strength, +4 Endurance, and the Wacom Slash of Death special ability. I hear it's good against polar bears." Dude, why didn't I think of that? That's the most awesomest geeky pointless thing I've ever seen! Seeing as how leveling up is the RPG version of birthdays...
Toggle Commented Jun 16, 2006 on the sofa in san tropez at WWdN: In Exile
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Yeah, PS in Extras was awesome. Originally it was going to be someone else but apparently PS called up and asked to be in it. Can't wait for the second series. The showdown one was pretty good too, cool song.
Toggle Commented Jun 9, 2006 on the more you know at WWdN: In Exile
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Yeah, PS in Extras was awesome. Originally it was going to be someone else but apparently PS called up and asked to be in it. Can't wait for the second series. The showdown one was pretty good too, cool song.
Toggle Commented Jun 9, 2006 on the more you know at WWdN: In Exile
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First thing's first: those uniforms certainly are... purple... And secondly: You two really are amazing. I think it's great that you do these things, I hope you choose a breast cancer charity where the majority of donations actually go towards the research and not charity overhead. The main problem with cancer charities in general is that it's such a lucrative enterprise. I'm not saying it's not good to donate, but you really have to make sure that what you're donating is actually going to the research. Another problem is that as soon as they find a cure all these people are going to be out of a job, which kinda dampens the process. In any case, I wish your friend's sister good luck with treatment.
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First thing's first: those uniforms certainly are... purple... And secondly: You two really are amazing. I think it's great that you do these things, I hope you choose a breast cancer charity where the majority of donations actually go towards the research and not charity overhead. The main problem with cancer charities in general is that it's such a lucrative enterprise. I'm not saying it's not good to donate, but you really have to make sure that what you're donating is actually going to the research. Another problem is that as soon as they find a cure all these people are going to be out of a job, which kinda dampens the process. In any case, I wish your friend's sister good luck with treatment.
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"TNT"? I guess they realized that their real initials (TIT) wouldn't go down very well with some people.
Toggle Commented Jun 7, 2006 on by the numbers at WWdN: In Exile
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"TNT"? I guess they realized that their real initials (TIT) wouldn't go down very well with some people.
Toggle Commented Jun 7, 2006 on by the numbers at WWdN: In Exile
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Ok, so what is 13.1? Is it like the next Lost number? 4 8 15 16 23 42 13.1?
Toggle Commented Jun 6, 2006 on thirteen point one at WWdN: In Exile
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Ok, so what is 13.1? Is it like the next Lost number? 4 8 15 16 23 42 13.1?
Toggle Commented Jun 6, 2006 on thirteen point one at WWdN: In Exile
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Just thought you might like to know that the FSM book is out... Nifty eh?
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Just thought you might like to know that the FSM book is out... Nifty eh?
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The funny thing is that it's probably what would have happened, assuming the D crew didn't immediatly recognise the original...
Toggle Commented May 31, 2006 on two burning questions, answered at WWdN: In Exile
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The funny thing is that it's probably what would have happened, assuming the D crew didn't immediatly recognise the original...
Toggle Commented May 31, 2006 on two burning questions, answered at WWdN: In Exile
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Cooking with tequila, eh? That sounds rather good. And you gave this to the kids?
Toggle Commented May 30, 2006 on i meant every word i said at WWdN: In Exile
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Cooking with tequila, eh? That sounds rather good. And you gave this to the kids?
Toggle Commented May 30, 2006 on i meant every word i said at WWdN: In Exile
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Looking forward to when the gods and godesses of technology (not too many godesses for some reason, but the few that are there have to fend off the other geek gods) stop punishing you for letting you fly their space ship.
Toggle Commented May 29, 2006 on radio silence at WWdN: In Exile
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Looking forward to when the gods and godesses of technology (not too many godesses for some reason, but the few that are there have to fend off the other geek gods) stop punishing you for letting you fly their space ship.
Toggle Commented May 29, 2006 on radio silence at WWdN: In Exile
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