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Like so many others here, I want to say Happy Blogiversary and thank you! I had planned to make it to PAX this year with my copy of Memories, even booked the time off work right at the beginning of the year, but we ended up buying a house instead. Damn growing up and being responsible :P Anyhoo, I didn't find your blog until maybe just a year or so ago, but like others I felt like I knew you after re-reading some of the older posts. Yours is also the only blog I follow, and also follow on Twitter, but not sure about this Google+ thing :P Real Message after rambling: Thank you for all your hard work and for all the bursts of laughter and heart felt moments. Yours Truly, Coral D. now
Toggle Commented Aug 25, 2011 on 3652 days later... at WWdN: In Exile
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Other comments already said this, but: Yay, technobabble!! and Comment about sleeping on the wrong side of the bed was so sweet! Also, the comment about another RFB was a very good idea *wink wink*
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I haven't been here since the old days, but even just the few months or so I have and listening to Just a Geek and Happiest Days, I feel like I've been on the journey with you. I'm so thrilled to hear how happy you are, you deserve to be. Unfortunately, I can't seem to make it to any Con you're at yet, but when I do I'm making meeting you my #1 priority. I want to thank your family for being so willing to share you with the world, it's just a little bit (a lot) better for it.
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I'm so with you!! Kelowna would be even awesomer for me, but I think I could swing a Vancouver trip. Come on Wil, there are some pretty geeky Canadians too you know! *le sigh* Some day.
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I also recently finished DA:O, but was sadly disappointed in the ending. _However_ I played on Easy *hides from the boos and looks of disapproval/disappointment* and am thinking there might be more in the harder levels. There are a couple moments you could be talking about, to my knowledge, and neither were very nice for me. Both characters I had come to really like and didn't want to see go :( aside: _LOVE_ some of the voice actors in this!! I did a double-take when Morrigan showed up, as well as Zathrian. Howe...well, my jaw dropped and I made a human char just hoping for more dialogue from him :D:D Speaking of which....*goes off to play*
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Gotta love those 'Did I just say that?' moments :D Try saying, 'Hey, you've got a bald spot.' to a guy with major burns over half his head, and hence no hair there. I don't think I ever turned as red as I did then. I was, of course, referring to a spot on the half of his head that did have hair. Either way, I kept apologizing the rest of the day but he just laughed it off thankfully. Even though I personally knew this story already (either blog or audiobook), I really appreciate the fact that you reposted it for those that might not. It's thoughtfulness like that, that really shows you do care about your readers (among other things you keep doing :D). Thanks.
Toggle Commented Jan 25, 2010 on From the Vault: Still Cool at WWdN: In Exile
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Another funny post, and the comments were just as good :) Wesley/Worf...ouch. The thought of you writing Picard/Beverly fanfic is amusing on many different levels. Can't wait to read/hear it! I'm really tempted to get a hold of TNG episodes and start re-watching them too. It's been so long, some of them would be like new again to me. My friend and I once realized that it had been 10 years since the show had ended...and obviously that was a while ago. We would still talk about it then, and now even :)
Toggle Commented Jan 21, 2010 on billy bad breaks at WWdN: In Exile
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I get the best of both worlds, snow and water-wise. In the winter, we can get snow so much that the plows have it as our road center lines...and you can't see the cars on the other side. In the spring...the city streets turn into rivers. Had someone's fence go floating by my husband's work during the worst one. We didn't do paper boats as kids. We took pieces of bark and stuck in a stick with some cloth in the middle for a sail. Had to work on our skills for the village-wide race during May-Days lol Dancing in the rain = classic fun. Best wishes out to those that are actually in danger from mudslides and/or flooding.
Toggle Commented Jan 19, 2010 on moves by just like a paper boat at WWdN: In Exile
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A very touching post. The silver lining to the cloud of rush hour. I'm glad you had such a nice experience. P.S. Just discovered Leverage and watched your ep yesterday. Chaos and Hartisan(sp?) keyboard dueling, absolutely hilarious!!
Toggle Commented Jan 13, 2010 on there and back again at WWdN: In Exile
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Happy New Year to you and yours. Your blog/podcasts/books have been so uplifting to me. What one person above said is true, thank you for letting us live vicariously through you, you do have an awesome life. I'm hoping to get out to a PAX in the next couple years, and I really do hope you're there too, for a couple reasons. I want an autograph of MotF and I want to give you a big, warm hug of appreciation/comfort/congratulations/etc (with your permission of course). Thank you for being someone so approachable and 'real'.
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Thank you and right back at you :D
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I ordered Memories of the Future for me and as a Christmas present for a friend. I've had such a horrible week at work, but the book arrived today, and already I'm feeling better knowing what's in store for my reading pleasure. Thank you for all your wonderful words, and you and yours have a Very Merry Christmas!!
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Wow, awesome! I'm not a huge fan of Family Guy, but to know that Seth can sing Rat-Pack style is really kinda cool. I'm a fan of the crooners too :P lol That definitely beat out my weekend of working. I really loved the line 'I scored your childhood.' from Ron Jones and your very real reaction to it. Those moments are what make your blog so special to so many people, and like others have stated, you are more famous (infamous?) than you realize ;) Can't wait to see Chewbacca Claus lol
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One word: Hawesome A few more words: Wow, like a comment before, that made my month. I am so telling all my friends this. *fangirly squee* Uh, sorry...anyway, I'm up for getting Wil in as the 12th Doctor. I think that would seriously rock. Barring that, even a guest spot on either Doctor Who or Torchwood would be sweet :D
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KAWAII!!! You and your brother look so cute there! Gratz on the high score and yeah, my brother in law taught me and my bro that trick. He could go through the whole game and not actually die once. We were in awe of him. I love finding pictures like that, so full of good nostalgia.
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Very wonderful imagery. I've never seen the ocean in winter, not like that at least, but one of my favourite memories is a winter one. Waking up at 1am and going upstairs for a drink of water (bedroom was in the basement of parent's place) I look out the double doors of the patio and see a blue landscape. It had snowed recently, so everything was covered in white, and at the moment the moon was full. I sat there for a good ten minutes just enjoying the mystical sense of it. I live in the Canadian Rockies, about 20mins from a ski hill, so we get teh snow. This year it's late, but I'm hoping for another one of those fantastical scenes :D Thanks again for the wonderful read.
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"Being a dwarf standing on the shoulders of giants does not diminish the beauty of the newly-sighted discovery." I adore that line. I was fair to good at math and science in school, but nothing too advanced. Then again, for the most part, I had good teachers. Then I made the mistake of teaching my grade 4 math to my younger brother, and he skipped Kindergarten and was hailed as the 'smart one' :P Anyhoo, I too get the basic theory behind things but have problems when you come down to the actual numbers. Recursion especially...I make good infinite loops that crash the computer I'm trying to program on.
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The Twilight Howl That would be my actual blog. I like the customization there better (poor, not willing to pay for features). Though, I do like the editor here. Continue reading
Posted Nov 30, 2009 at The Twilight Howl
Newcomer here, been reading the archives and loving it, but yeah that exchange...teh hawsome!! *eagerly awaits podcast*
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