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Aaron B.
Moncton, New Brunswick
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I don't want to tell you how to live your life, but if I were you going to the opening, I would have worn the dress uniform from Nemisis, demanded free pop corn, and acted like WFS. But that's just me. lol
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RE: Christables Kings & Christables Stars "Crippled Christ in a Chrysler" or "Hammer-headed Jesus" would have been accepted as well.
Toggle Commented Mar 6, 2009 on @stepto: YEEESSSSSSSSSSS at WWdN: In Exile
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Denny Crane.
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Denny Crane.
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Have you ever thought about going on a writer's retreat or course?
Toggle Commented Dec 17, 2008 on also, i have a lava lamp at WWdN: In Exile
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Have you ever thought about going on a writer's retreat or course?
Toggle Commented Dec 17, 2008 on also, i have a lava lamp at WWdN: In Exile
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Canadians: Shut out! I swear, we'd vote for Obama, just let us see your internets!!!
Toggle Commented Dec 2, 2008 on it's a big hat. it's funny. at WWdN: In Exile
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Canadians: Shut out! I swear, we'd vote for Obama, just let us see your internets!!!
Toggle Commented Dec 2, 2008 on it's a big hat. it's funny. at WWdN: In Exile
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Thou shalt go with the flow.
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Thou shalt go with the flow.
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Speaking of some hilarious Canadian comedy geeks, check this out from a Canadian group who put this together, for all you Star Wars fans... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lk5_OSsawz4
Toggle Commented Nov 29, 2008 on desert bus for hope 2008 begins at WWdN: In Exile
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Speaking of some hilarious Canadian comedy geeks, check this out from a Canadian group who put this together, for all you Star Wars fans... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lk5_OSsawz4
Toggle Commented Nov 29, 2008 on desert bus for hope 2008 begins at WWdN: In Exile
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Even the Canadians can't bitch about this deal! Suhweeet! I can't reallllly afford it, but because of this gesture, I'm going to buy the Sub. edition to sit it alongside my original. Maybe I'll give my original to a Geek friend for Christmas and share the love! Thanks, Wil!
Toggle Commented Nov 27, 2008 on awesome news that is awesome at WWdN: In Exile
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Even the Canadians can't bitch about this deal! Suhweeet! I can't reallllly afford it, but because of this gesture, I'm going to buy the Sub. edition to sit it alongside my original. Maybe I'll give my original to a Geek friend for Christmas and share the love! Thanks, Wil!
Toggle Commented Nov 27, 2008 on awesome news that is awesome at WWdN: In Exile
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Shameless Plug of Moncton, New Brunswick: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7wTE8LWRSm8
Toggle Commented Nov 25, 2008 on everything counts at WWdN: In Exile
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Shameless Plug of Moncton, New Brunswick: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7wTE8LWRSm8
Toggle Commented Nov 25, 2008 on everything counts at WWdN: In Exile
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There's something about stadiums/coliseums that energizes the mind. I just saw President Bill Clinton in Moncton, New Brunswick today (my wife got me a ticket because my birthday is today! Yay me!) giving a speech on the economy in front of about 7,000 people. He electrified the place. Not quite Depeche Mode, but adult brain seems to need other forms of public gatherings. He spoke so highly of President-elect Barack Obama (you're right, Wil, it is fun to say that a lot) and of the new direction America is taking. Thanks for sharing this memory of yours. Made sense to me, and I'm a 35 year old on the cusp of figuring out who I am and where I am going.
Toggle Commented Nov 25, 2008 on everything counts at WWdN: In Exile
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There's something about stadiums/coliseums that energizes the mind. I just saw President Bill Clinton in Moncton, New Brunswick today (my wife got me a ticket because my birthday is today! Yay me!) giving a speech on the economy in front of about 7,000 people. He electrified the place. Not quite Depeche Mode, but adult brain seems to need other forms of public gatherings. He spoke so highly of President-elect Barack Obama (you're right, Wil, it is fun to say that a lot) and of the new direction America is taking. Thanks for sharing this memory of yours. Made sense to me, and I'm a 35 year old on the cusp of figuring out who I am and where I am going.
Toggle Commented Nov 25, 2008 on everything counts at WWdN: In Exile
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Wil said: "I also have to think about the various ways I can put food on my family." Thanksgiving Freudian slip? I've decided that I'm buying the new edition, only because it will look great next to the original. I also own two different copies of the White Album, and I love them both for different reasons. (It's a packaging thing.) For such is being a fan of good art. Extra content, extra artistic value are good enough reasons for me to shell out the ducats in support of an author.
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Wil said: "I also have to think about the various ways I can put food on my family." Thanksgiving Freudian slip? I've decided that I'm buying the new edition, only because it will look great next to the original. I also own two different copies of the White Album, and I love them both for different reasons. (It's a packaging thing.) For such is being a fan of good art. Extra content, extra artistic value are good enough reasons for me to shell out the ducats in support of an author.
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Here's the thing for all of us who ordered the original copy rather than the Subterranean Press: ours were, I believe, hand packaged and delivered by Mr. Wheaton, author. Since I don't have a huge budget (most of our money is spent on diapers) I am content to have my original (though I am not a three hundred, more like a 1200.) I think this is a great opportunity for people who want more of a keep sake. There is something beautiful about a nice book, and I have no doubt this will be the same.
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Here's the thing for all of us who ordered the original copy rather than the Subterranean Press: ours were, I believe, hand packaged and delivered by Mr. Wheaton, author. Since I don't have a huge budget (most of our money is spent on diapers) I am content to have my original (though I am not a three hundred, more like a 1200.) I think this is a great opportunity for people who want more of a keep sake. There is something beautiful about a nice book, and I have no doubt this will be the same.
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I love *insider* details like that, and I also like the art of writing in the margins of a book, and seeing what others have written. Read: The Meaning of Everything, The history of the Oxford English Dictionary http://www.amazon.com/Meaning-Everything-Oxford-English-Dictionary/dp/0198607024
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I love *insider* details like that, and I also like the art of writing in the margins of a book, and seeing what others have written. Read: The Meaning of Everything, The history of the Oxford English Dictionary http://www.amazon.com/Meaning-Everything-Oxford-English-Dictionary/dp/0198607024
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We've got a pulse!
Toggle Commented Nov 17, 2008 on a story of the clockwork century at WWdN: In Exile
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