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That looks like a high school reunion but the people actually care about each other... good acting or genuine? Hope you keep in touch.
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It goes to a link with a small box of Wil screaming and waving his arms with the words "Don't be a dick" around the picture box. I want to make my own QR code like all the cool kids!
Toggle Commented Apr 5, 2012 on go on... scan it... at WWdN: In Exile
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I've often wondered how the other side feels.. I came to the ultimate answer within myself several years ago that the autograph doesn't matter to me, it's seeing the person look me in the eye and just sharing a space in time in the universe and knowing that for that moment I mattered to someone I admire. thanks for giving it your all to the last fan in line!
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WW I've never watched Eureka but I've watched your enjoyment of being on the show. My only question: does this make you regret having to get a theatrical agent again? Keep actively acting... Your writing has a new depth because you have new experiences.
Toggle Commented Aug 10, 2011 on Saying goodbye to Eureka at WWdN: In Exile
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This is why I keep coming back - you are refreshingly honest with a pinch of pureness - no hollywood taint on you, Mr. Wheaton. Definitely not qualities that most celebrities have.
Toggle Commented Jan 18, 2011 on In which I am a proud father at WWdN: In Exile
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Wil, You probably made HeatherWanderer squee in delight at your response, and I am enjoying the daily posts. I missed your writing when you were busy working on set as opposed to in home. I like the idea of unbroken strings of accomplishments on a written calendar. it would probably be an OCDish/perfectionistic thing that I could keep up with, not wanting to see an empty space. Happy Wednesday
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Will the writers ever delve into Sheldon's obvious Autism Spectrum disorder - Aspergers - to give creedence to what I tell parents every day - 'Your child Can grow up to have a real job, friends, and a home of his own' - even if he can't figure out the social rules for the world.
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Will the writers ever delve into Sheldon's obvious Autism Spectrum disorder - Aspergers - to give creedence to what I tell parents every day - 'Your child Can grow up to have a real job, friends, and a home of his own' - even if he can't figure out the social rules for the world.
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It's amazing that you get to "work " a few hours and play games a while longer and fulfil so many people's dreams of meeting you. Wow - I wish I had your job (now) - don't think I would have wanted the struggling years you have spoken about. Guess I'll be happy to be a special ed teacher on summer vacation and be happy for everyone who gets to do what makes them happy (like me)!
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You must be feeling a wide range of emotions, based on your continuing inability to accept that people like what you do and you are indeed good enough! Did you see the AOL homepage article yesterday about BBT - the bowling pic was included and the article reflected well upon your niceness. Accept that you are actually cool... and enjoy! Awesome!
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so, just so I'm clear, will you be reading this tome at PAX or will it be memorized? I don't know how these things work and want to be as supportive as possible for something.
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Mar 22, 2010