A talk with Wil Wheaton
Wil Wheaton
Wil Wheaton born July 29th, 1972 (Leo)
In his secluded cavern Wil Wheaton is compulsively searching a way to create ducks with 4 legs (pixabay photo)

If you could choose an animal to reincarnate in, which one would it be?
Without doubt a dog.

Do you have any birthmark?
Will do! I have a tiny spider shaped birthmark on my left heel. Probably my mother did accidentally ingest a spider while she was pregnant.

Do you ever Google yourself?
Say every other day or so. But lately Google often says "Including results for Wil Whiaton", who happens to be a former sports umpire from Indianapolis. That's quite annoying, but not as much embarassing as finding that for Yahoo my name sounds like an appalling blasphemy in Polish.

When you were a little boy, did you see yourself as a professional actor?
Actually, no. My imaginary friend and I decided that I would have become a crime scene cleaner. But, you know, things don't always go as planned.

In a paper appeared on American Semiotic Quarterly, dr. David U. Evans has described your roles as "a dramatic epitome of modernistic pragmatic futurism". Anything to add?
Actually, it is evident that in his recent letter printed on Asian Annals of Engineering Foundations, prof. William Stewart utterly rebutted that frivolous observation.

How is your relationship with movie directors?
I enjoy directors which have a commanding personality, because it gives me gooseflesh crushing them.

Wil, according to some witnesses, you have been in an embarassing location with a famous person whose name or gender I'm not allowed to make public. Care to comment?
I deny any such "situation", expecially one with I.C..

I may have a picture.
Well, I think the photo is just an impression...

An impression? I do not understand.
Well, just an impression. Like when you have the impression just everything is OK in your little life and then for no apparent reason your father and your dog burst into flames. Is it all clear now?

I was joking, there is absolutely no photo...

Wil Wheaton refused to divulge his home telephone number, but here are some random numbers you can dream about :
3629911198 6159205508 4507247830 6842904625 6833223889 5870324407 7434276891 976659176 6997539351 2148358161 9702486610 5332714851 5813645744 5661474630 4060972256 231007606 2409622269 875087283 301821825 5864474602
I patiently queued up for several weeks before being able to have a short talk with Wil Wheaton. The resulting article was amazing, like it was written by the spirit of Barbara Cartland under the influence of too much champagne. Hence, it was very disastrous, to put it mildly, that another inmate by accident (I hope!) shredded my only copy! After I dissimulated devastating emotions, I struggled to remember those breathtaking words. Actually, to be honest here: I'm not really confident this web page is a perfectly factual report of what transpired during our exchange, and thus I'm starting to be uncertain it ever happened...
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