Wil Wheaton's subconscious wants to "melt some camels" (?!)


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I just hit the point where Wil had to read off a few different long strings of numbers. I really hope there's an outtake for that one. Every time he ran out of breath, I thought that maybe that was the end of the number. It wasn't.


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For those just tuning in, here's a little recap:

http://www.google.com/cse?cx=partner-pub-2170174688585464%3Ad58nno-rqp8&ie=ISO-8859-1&q=%22my+novel%22&siteurl=#gsc.tab=0&gsc.q=%22my%20novel%22%20Little%20Brother

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http://www.google.com/cse?cx=partner-pub-2170174688585464%3Ad58nno-rqp8&ie=ISO-8859-1&q=%22my+novel%22&siteurl=#gsc.tab=0&gsc.q=%22my%20novel%22%20Homeland&gsc.page=2


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Melt some caramels.


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I get it: Cory Doctorow has a book for sale. I have the utmost respect for the man, but going to BB for yet another Homeland plug (however indirect) is a little bit of a nuisance. Hey: it's your blog, but it gets old REAL quick.


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This comment got old after the third word.


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Im about half way through listening to this audio book, enjoying it for the most part but I' a bit put off by the anti-vegetarian sentiment that seems to have been shoehorned in a couple of times now


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Again this one probably would be more interesting with more context. The surrounding lines, etc.


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