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IMMD. (I just got done reading a bunch of those, so now everything excellent that makes me grin is getting that label) Also, my new goal is to use the phrase "in its least entropic state" in a sentence this weekend.
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This is the best thing I will watch all week. So much fun, I would have loved to be in that audience singing along. And your singing doesn't sound like it sucks too bad either.
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OK. Speaking of shirts, not that this isn't excellent, but I just have to say this (because my twitter account is protected so you will never see it there). If you really loved us, you would get with Levar Burton and the Penny Arcade guys on making a comic/shirt out of "I come FTW or not at all." Seriously. You have the power to make this happen. @mellowynk
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It's disturbing how much that looks like you.
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It's disturbing how much that looks like you.
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As a hypoglycemic let me extend my empathy to you and your situation and tell you that it could have been much, much worse. (alas, I know this from experience) And as awesome as Jeph and Randall are, I'm pretty sure (being who they are) they already think you're pretty awesome, too.
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As a hypoglycemic let me extend my empathy to you and your situation and tell you that it could have been much, much worse. (alas, I know this from experience) And as awesome as Jeph and Randall are, I'm pretty sure (being who they are) they already think you're pretty awesome, too.
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Dude, if I had a band, I would so live RickRoll people. Holy crap. I feel the same way about Twitter. It's amazing that a tool that has such a following just can't get itself together.
Toggle Commented Jun 25, 2008 on moon over a ruined castle at WWdN: In Exile
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Dude, if I had a band, I would so live RickRoll people. Holy crap. I feel the same way about Twitter. It's amazing that a tool that has such a following just can't get itself together.
Toggle Commented Jun 25, 2008 on moon over a ruined castle at WWdN: In Exile
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Oh holy crap, that was awesome. Nice beard, too. I was laughing so hard I think the other developers think I've completely lost it.
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Oh holy crap, that was awesome. Nice beard, too. I was laughing so hard I think the other developers think I've completely lost it.
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Dude, I have told so many people about Jedi Day and I laugh my ass off every single time. Please tell Anne thank you. Also, I must go watch Ghost World now.
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Dude, I have told so many people about Jedi Day and I laugh my ass off every single time. Please tell Anne thank you. Also, I must go watch Ghost World now.
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how sad it is that when I heard the opening notes I was like...heyyyy...I remember this song. >_
Toggle Commented Apr 12, 2008 on This is for Nolan . . . at WWdN: In Exile
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how sad it is that when I heard the opening notes I was like...heyyyy...I remember this song. >_
Toggle Commented Apr 12, 2008 on This is for Nolan . . . at WWdN: In Exile
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This is my first time listening to RFB, but I absolutely love the feel of it. Big fan of old time radio style and music clips. And is it bad that I am so lusting after Garage Band that even if everything else about Apple sucked ass, I'd still want one just so I could play with Garage Band? yeah. I mainly just wanted to say, you actually have an *excellent* radio voice. If you were ever so inclined, you could do this so, so well. I know exactly what you're talking about with the whole Joe-vs-the-Volcano-esque "going through the motions." I...yeah. I'm there. Honest feedback? The poker bits are only going to appeal to avid poker players. I'm not one so I skip over those. I eat up the personal bits. If I can tell it's something *you* care about--and I don't mean care about in a 'hobby' sort of way, like the poker bits, but stuff like your family, or a cause you care about, or even stuff like that random audioblog you did where you ranted about the flag doormat--your deepest feelings show through and that's when your writing (or speaking) really shines. And I don't even mean to say that the things that are happening in your life are the only things that inspire your writing. But I think that when you draw from the things that *move you*...something *happens.*
Toggle Commented Mar 9, 2006 on Radio Free Burrito Episode 7 at WWdN: In Exile
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This is my first time listening to RFB, but I absolutely love the feel of it. Big fan of old time radio style and music clips. And is it bad that I am so lusting after Garage Band that even if everything else about Apple sucked ass, I'd still want one just so I could play with Garage Band? yeah. I mainly just wanted to say, you actually have an *excellent* radio voice. If you were ever so inclined, you could do this so, so well. I know exactly what you're talking about with the whole Joe-vs-the-Volcano-esque "going through the motions." I...yeah. I'm there. Honest feedback? The poker bits are only going to appeal to avid poker players. I'm not one so I skip over those. I eat up the personal bits. If I can tell it's something *you* care about--and I don't mean care about in a 'hobby' sort of way, like the poker bits, but stuff like your family, or a cause you care about, or even stuff like that random audioblog you did where you ranted about the flag doormat--your deepest feelings show through and that's when your writing (or speaking) really shines. And I don't even mean to say that the things that are happening in your life are the only things that inspire your writing. But I think that when you draw from the things that *move you*...something *happens.*
Toggle Commented Mar 9, 2006 on Radio Free Burrito Episode 7 at WWdN: In Exile
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Recent studies have shown that a purring cat near one's head is the single best cure for the 2:30 AM wide-awake-racing-brain. Ongoing studies continue in my own home, where just last night I had barely thought to myself, "Crap, I'm tired and I just can't seem to turn my brain off" when Khitomer magically appears at my head with her 450-hp Purr Motor of Steel. I was asleep within 30 seconds.
Toggle Commented Feb 9, 2006 on fitter, happier, more productive at WWdN: In Exile
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Recent studies have shown that a purring cat near one's head is the single best cure for the 2:30 AM wide-awake-racing-brain. Ongoing studies continue in my own home, where just last night I had barely thought to myself, "Crap, I'm tired and I just can't seem to turn my brain off" when Khitomer magically appears at my head with her 450-hp Purr Motor of Steel. I was asleep within 30 seconds.
Toggle Commented Feb 9, 2006 on fitter, happier, more productive at WWdN: In Exile
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Heh, that's similar to mine. http://www.diepilot.org/albums/friends/IMG_4262.sized.jpg
Toggle Commented Nov 6, 2005 on that spooky generation gap at WWdN: In Exile
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Heh, that's similar to mine. http://www.diepilot.org/albums/friends/IMG_4262.sized.jpg
Toggle Commented Nov 6, 2005 on that spooky generation gap at WWdN: In Exile
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