neonid: He does a damn good job at coming up with consistently funny punchlines.
jenni_the_odd: I'd offer to date him, but I think (a) I might yet be a bit young for him (not sure), (b) I'm rather far away, and (c) that element of "crazed fangirl" never quite rubs off.
jenni_the_odd: As is I think I will simply have to attempt to actually meet him at a con sometime, gibber something resembling "OMG I LOVE YOU FOR THE FUNNY", and pass out. I will tell whoever is with me ahead of time to buy him a drink with my money.
jenni_the_odd: Really, I think that is the reason I fear cons, even more than the crowds.
jenni_the_odd: I'm afraid I'll meet someone I only know through LJ and will promptly squeak for joy, then faint dead away.
jenni_the_odd: On the plus side, that's probably an excellent way to get myself an unexpected cameo in no less than five people's con reports....
One of the best things about LJ, though, is adding the journal of someone who produces a webcomic or art that I love, and getting to see how awesome they are in other aspects of their lives. It does a wonderful job of beating down the urge to fangirl, because Person X is no longer just "Author of Webcomic Y", s/he is also "that person who likes ________ and ________ and did ______ last week".
In other news, this is SOCOOL. Eeeee! Zombie horde!
In other other news, the first season of the Muppet Show is available on DVD now. YES. I ♥ Muppets. Really. My earliest memories of really understanding comedy and figuring out why something was funny are directly related to the Muppet Show and episodes of what I now realize were Monty Python's Flying Circus. This explains a lot about me, really...