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Amy the hermit

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6 Responses to “Amy the hermit”

  1. Toni on August 25th, 2009 2:02 pm

    Well, you were not worthy of winning, I guess, since you weren’t a devotee. But you are here now!!! PRW is wondrous. Tim Gunn is amazing. I wish I had Tim Gunn with me in my life always and always.
    Netflix is a great way to catch up on tv shows. I’m not entirely sure it’ll be useful for you, for movies, but maybe for tv shows … and if you leave the dvds sitting around the house, unwatched or unreturned, you’re losing money. You can always give it a try. Yes, it still works the way it worked then, you can do one disk at a time. There’s also Watch Instantly now. Some things you can watch from your computer, no waiting for the disk to arrive.

  2. Amy on August 25th, 2009 2:53 pm

    @Toni – I know, I want Tim Gunn to follow me around and give me pithy-yet-supportive advice all day.

    He was actually at the Tide booth at BlogHer, but I just didn’t want to deal with the crowds. I don’t want to get my picture taken with him, I want to go shopping with him!

  3. Toni on August 25th, 2009 8:42 pm

    After five seasons, you’ll be as Tim obsessed as the rest of him. Even a moment in his presence… I read this great blog post awhile ago (can’t find it now of course) where this guy was saying how great life would be if Tim Gunn was always with us, at our shoulder, questioning our taste levels, telling us he’s concerned, then assuring us that no matter what, he knows we will make it work. “You couldn’t possibly want you to succeed more than I want you to succeed,” Tim would tell us. What could possibly bother us with Tim Gunn around?
    Alright, I’m gushing. Really, though, he’s the bestest.

  4. Toni on August 25th, 2009 8:43 pm

    as the rest of, *us*, I mean.

  5. Una on August 26th, 2009 10:46 am

    Um Yeah and duh!!! Project Runway in AWESOME!! I have followed since the first season. I have actually met Tim Gunn a few times at various events…I always had the feeling I was being secretly criticized. Seriously though he is really nice. I have also had a star sighting on the subway in San Francisco with Santino (see season two). Netflix for you though, probably a bad idea…talk about never leaving the house!! :)

  6. Amy on August 26th, 2009 11:09 am

    @Una – Yeah I know, like I need another reason to sit on the couch.