From Wil Wheaton’s Vault

in Entertaining nonsense and profound thought

Yes, this is me stealing content from another blogger. It’s been a while since I stole content, and so far there have been no consequences… so I’m feeling brave enough to do it again.  The twist is I get to say what mine are.

What am I talking about?  This: (everything is blue is what Will Wheaton said.)

Things every person should have:

  • A nemesis.
  • An evil twin.
  • A secret headquarters.
  • An escape hatch.
  • A partner in crime.
  • A secret identity.

What else?

What I said:

  • A nemesis –  Aaron, a guy I work with. He’s perfect for my nemesis, at least when my boss isn’t.
  • An evil twin – This would be my friend Sara. She’s way feistier than me. And Braver. And Evilier.
  • A secret headquarters – I’m working on this. I’m thinking I’d better build a tree house.
  • An escape hatch – I could use one of these today, I’m feeling rather claustrophobic. Perhaps a hidden staircase down the trunk of the tree?
  • A partner in crime – This would be my friend, Buffy. She does her best to keep me out of trouble.
  • A secret identity – I do have a secret identity, but if I told you it wouldn’t be secret, would it?

How about you? Got any of those things?


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{ 4 comments… read them below or add one }

londonmabel January 5, 2013 at 4:50 am

Love this! Will have to blog my own list sometime.


Judy, Judy, Judy January 1, 2013 at 1:22 pm

Nemesis: T & R at my pay check job
Evil twin: I’m going to say Julie Hanavan Olsen because she is totally open and awesome and says what I think sometimes when I don’t have the nerve to say it.
Secret headquarters: check
Escape hatch: unfortunately no
Partner in crime: Either of my daughters, depending on the crime, sometimes my gkids
Secret identity: More than one

Happy New Years to you, too


Julie January 3, 2013 at 7:19 am

(I will totally be your evil twin!)


Judie December 31, 2012 at 3:01 pm

I had a nemesis but I changed jobs and left her in the dust.
A partner in crime – that would be my daughter who is generally up for the crazy things I suggest.
A secret identity: I have an alter ego that I call upon from time to time. Her name is Gertrude Stankovich.

Happy New Years!


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