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What a cute idea for party hats and so easy to do!
I don't mind so much what will happen in the future, that I know is going to change. There are some continuity problems with this film and it doesn't have anything to do with what can or will happen in the future. After doing some more thinking, I'm not a big fan of the new Kirk. He's a jerk! He has none of the charm that TOS's Kirk had. Just my opinion. For your info - the cast is signed to do 2 more films.
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Saw the movie last night at our local IMAX and loved it! Although, I kept wondering about TNG, DS9 and Voyager and then I thought how come the time cops didn't show up to correct this? I still loved it though and I do plan on going back to see it with some friends!
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Ah Wil, you crack me up!! Thank you, thank you, thank you!!
Toggle Commented Mar 23, 2007 on Directive B10.81 at WWdN: In Exile
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Anytime I read where Bush and his cronies say they don't have to do what they are expected to do, well, let's just say that it raises my hackles even more for I know it's bad news. They just make themselves look more and more guilty with each passing comment. Less than 2 years to go!!
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Now Wil, give yourself some credit. After all, most people when they first meet are attracted to each other through their looks. The fact that Anne married you and has been with you this long, means that she has discovered all pluses and minuses about you. It also means that the good outweighs the bad! So you're doing something right.
Toggle Commented Mar 9, 2007 on killing independent george at WWdN: In Exile
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Wil: I didn't get into D&D until after college. A male co-worker, who became a very good friend would talk and talk about the game. He maintained that I would make a great paladin (I work in security.) Finally, I asked if I could join and since he was the DM I could (I'm a female, too and the guys I played with had no problem accepting females into the group). We also RPG'd Star Trek and TNG! By the way, when people ask me about playing D&D, I tell them this: It's like being on the stage, only you don't have a script. The DM is the director who has some idea of what the plotline is, but even he can't predict how the actors are going to react, or what they are going to do or say! And it's a great way to imagine yourself as someone totally different! Thanks for the wonderful memory!
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Lost my step-mother to melanoma last November. I think what was frustrating for her and my dad, was that there is little research in this deadly form of cancer. After 2 years of battling it, my step-mother said that was enough. Good luck to Kris as she continues the battle. Congrats to you and Anne for completing your objective!
Toggle Commented Jun 7, 2006 on thirteen point one at WWdN: In Exile
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Reading this brought back some childhood memories of my own: sliding down a hill in a refrigerator box (my sister and I thought it was the greatest thing!). Going to the drive-in. When it was a previledge to go to McDonald's. I, too, remember the Atari system, that is what we had and we thought it was the greatest! Wil, I know you'll get a kick out of this, but when I was in high school, I discovered Star Trek TOS in repeat on my local station. I loved the show so much that I persuaded my parents to give me permission to leave school a hour early (my last period was study hall) and I would walk about 5 miles home just to watch Star Trek! If I stayed for the last period and I took the bus, I missed watching Star Trek! How's that for a memory!
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