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This is the kind of stuff that keeps me following you Wil. Not only do you share a shot that is great in and of itself, but you take the time to share your thoughts, feelings, and memories that accompany it. I wish more folks were as open as you. Many thanks.
Toggle Commented Mar 26, 2012 on On the set of Stand By Me at WWdN: In Exile
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While I understood the majority of Wil's commentary, this is perhaps the most concise and easy poker annotation/explanation I've seen in a long time. Well done!
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Wil, once again you prove that your fans faith in you is well and truly placed. I for one would be proud to count myself a soldier in WWACAA. On a related note, I'm giggling like a schoolgirl at the idea of a t-shirt emblazoned with WWACAA and an Iron Guard with Fozzy's head. (Kudos to Leigh Moncher above for planting that seed.)
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This post just highlights one of the reasons I follow you Wil. Most down-to-earth and brutally honest person in the 'celebrity' spotlight. Being a geek with similar interests doesn't hurt. "I do my best to live by example, treat everyone with kindness, and never lose perspective on how lucky I am." And you do an excellent job with that example. You exemplify what I consider to be the human side of the entertainment industry. Lead on, you geeky ambassador! *Ironguard salute*
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Awesome, awesome, and awesome. Little exchanges like this are the type of thing that my wife and I go through on a regular basis, and it totally makes my day when we're both on game enough to get a hot-streak of back and forth banter going. On a TOTALLY different curve, I recently rediscovered this, and thought it was amusing enough to post (NSFW):
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It never fails to amaze me how such a simple story as spring (fall?) cleaning turns into an epic trip down memory lane with the grace of your literary skills. Magical teleportation to a time when my barn-red BMX with black foam bar guards was the envy of the neighborhood and I was briefly able to transcend mortal boundaries by flying over ramps and jumps. It thrills me to know that my beloved chariot lives on in the service of those I consider as nephews (despite lack of blood relation). I tip my sky-blue trucker cap to you sir.
Toggle Commented Oct 8, 2008 on Strewn with time's dead flowers at WWdN: In Exile
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