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Dirty Prate Hooker is the name of my Courtney Love tribute act. (too on the nose?)
Toggle Commented Mar 30, 2011 on in which i am grateful at WWdN: In Exile
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Like most everyone else here has said, just go and enjoy it. Not every con has to be work just because you're a celebrity. I look forward to the Acquisitions Incorporated session, I desperately hope I'll be able to get a seat. Listening to all of you is what got me back into D&D after 20 years. 10 months ago I had no clue about 4E, and now I'm DM'ing this season's Dark Sun weekly Encounter at my friendly local gaming shop. I hope to see you around the tabletop sessions and perchance get an opportunity to game with you. ...fellow 38 y/o geek.
Toggle Commented Aug 31, 2010 on My 2010 PAX Prime Schedule at WWdN: In Exile
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I swear the widget in the middle of the msn video looks like it says "dick to play". Fawkes, don't be a click.
Toggle Commented Jul 12, 2010 on The Guild: Season 4 at WWdN: In Exile
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Wil, I see I'm a bit late with the information that you are in the credits for Red Dead Redemption manual. But you are also in the in-game credits as well. Same section "The Local Population" Yep, I watched through all the credits - what can I say I'm a movie geek. Can't say that I recognized which character you played. Think you could tell us what character you played, if you don't think it's too much of a spoiler to everyone else (I just finished the game). If I were to guess, I would pick one of the Texas Hold'em players, or is that too obvious? Trey B.
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Right there with you on the D&D tools being Windows only. It's one of the few things I actually will Boot Camp into Windows for, and it plays reasonably well with VMs like Parallels and VMWare Fusion (printing from a VM doesn't want to work for reasons unknown yet).
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Hey Wil, The anime of "Akira" came out in 1988, so your memory may be a bit off regarding first seeing it when you were 13 or 14. Unless you were referring to the manga. Anyways, like many others here, my first exposure to anime was "Starblazers" in the mid '80s. Didn't see "Akira" until maybe 92 or 93, when a roommate of mine brought home a handful of anime that one of the local video stores started carrying. This was a very small rural college town in Mississippi, so I'm still stunned they carried anything at all. Regardless, the version of "Akira" we saw was English dubbed, and we had a ball making fun of some of the dialog. We ended up watching "Akira", "Fist of the North Star", "Project A-Ko", "Venus Wars", "Vampire Hunter D" and quite a bit of other stuff as well. We decided to cut back a bit after we started dreaming with a J-Pop soundtrack.
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