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Postby Rob Speed on Tue Dec 05, 2000 1:42 am

dude, this is the first time I've seen some of your work in over a year. Damn, you good, bitch! I just have one really big problem, I don't see Capitaine Couchon anywhere! Oh well, life goes on. Maintenez le bon travail!<P>------------------
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Postby Steve Emond on Tue Dec 05, 2000 7:21 am

For that one person who visits the board that I don't know personally, Capitain Cochon is a French speaking pig astronaut type superhero I cocreated with Rob here in a french class back in High School... ah, those were the days. Why do I have the feeling I could double my daily traffic if I just made a strip about Capitain Cochon?
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Postby Lostfactor on Wed Dec 06, 2000 7:20 am

Thank you, Steve. Now I, the one person who reads this board but does not know you in real life, feels enlightened and understands the situation better than before. Look forward to a generous check in the mail. ;>
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Postby Lostfactor on Tue Dec 12, 2000 7:47 am

. . .<P>...okay, but I was the <strong>first</strong> person to read Steverino who didn't actually know Steve, right? I've got that distinction, right? (Please let me have it...)
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Postby Elaine_Hornby on Tue Dec 12, 2000 9:17 am

The one person who reads this strip who doesn't know Steve?!? Hogwash, poppycock and pish-posh, I say! Mister Steve's a celebrity! He has an enormous fan base and personal security forces and I'm jealous. He's also smart enough not to post something TWICE, like I did under Sara's topic, and I don't know how to erase it. :P
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Postby Damonk13 on Tue Dec 12, 2000 9:46 am

I also do not know Steve, and am thankful for the enlightening explanation.<P>Though now I feel like I have missed out, and must beseech, no, request, no, COMMAND that this mysterious man in black, err, Capitaine Couchon make an appearance soon, no, immediately, no, YESTERDAY!<P>*rushes back to his dark secluded corner reserved 'specially for people who don't know Steve personally*<P>------------------
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Postby Steve Emond on Tue Dec 12, 2000 9:59 am

The rebirth of Capitaine Cohon?! Could such a powerful force be raised again? I must sit on this... the risk factors are astronomical... he just might end the world. But he is cute for a spaceman pig. Hmm....<P>Oh yeah! Elaine- click the 3rd icon from the left- you can edit your messages with that- with the ever popular "whoops- double post!" Although I thank you for making it look like I have more posts than I really do. <IMG SRC="http://www.keenspace.com/forums/wink.gif">
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Postby Rtist54 on Tue Dec 12, 2000 10:51 am

Hey, I'm a fan too and I don't know Steve. Steverino is an awesome strip!!!!! <P>PAuly<P>------------------
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Postby Lostfactor on Wed Dec 13, 2000 3:33 am

All right, Steve, that is a point. But... um... well... I was the first person who's seen your book, knows your girlfriend, AND saw the site despite not knowing you personally.<P>Can I <strong>please</strong> have this one?<P>By the by, Elaine, I wrote you an e-mail about that... try the Fortunecity address <a href=http://members.fortunecity.com/lostfactor>right here</a>.
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Postby Davos Tyme on Wed Dec 13, 2000 4:30 am

(Through the Shadows, text magically appears.)
I know I don't know you. I started reading your strip ever since it was annonced back on the egroup. And I enjoy it! Anyway, Captain Cochon? Reminds me of Pigs in Space from The Muppet Show. Ever read Lord of the Flies?
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Postby Elaine_Hornby on Wed Dec 13, 2000 8:12 am

Ok. Ok. True dat, you, with JJ being a close second, were the first ones who don't know Steve to read this. You got me there. ^_^<P>...BTW, Eliot, I can't access your webpage for the life of me!!!! Is it down????
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Postby Steve Emond on Wed Dec 13, 2000 10:08 am

Hey! Hold up, just MAYBE somoe isolated soul that nobody knows checked this out before any of you! Some shadowy figure yet to reviel him or herself. I can't spell reviel... reveil... reveal... ooh, thats it, isnt it! Sweeeeet....<P>~Steve
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Postby Steve Emond on Thu Dec 14, 2000 7:29 am

I believe I recall a Piggy from Lord of the Flies, and I recall the famous head on the stick, but Capitain Cochon is a truly unique individual! With his lazer guns and astronaught helmet and in the later half of the semester he even favored a little stubble. Yes sir, there's no pig like Capitain Cochon... or Captain Pig for the non french speaking.
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Postby Elaine_Hornby on Thu Dec 14, 2000 11:08 am

SUCKS TO YOUR ASS-MAR.
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Postby Elaine_Hornby on Sun Dec 17, 2000 10:52 am

Actually, Lord of the Flies was an excellent novel! I just hate things I have to read for school. But oh, what a crazy thing for the 50's!! Such a conservative time, and to write a novel about boys-turned-savages killing each other... man. <P>What a fascinating time, the 50's....<P>-Elaine "Maybe I should have started a 50's thread too" Hornby <P>------------------
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Postby Lostfactor on Mon Dec 18, 2000 6:55 am

Gha! I despised <cite>Lord of the Flies</cite>... one of the many books I've read that I can acknowledge as a good work in purely literary terms, but that I can't really say I enjoyed much. Well-written, but a whole school of thought I don't believe in for even a second - well, I don't want to believe in, anyhow.
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Postby Steve Emond on Mon Dec 18, 2000 7:34 am

I'd suggest a 50's thread, but the only thing I can think of about the 50's is that it was probably cooler than today <IMG SRC="http://www.keenspace.com/forums/smile.gif"> I wouldn't mind hanging out with 50's style gangsters with pinstrip suits and stuff... although I would probably die.... nah, I guess I'll stay here with my snootch. <IMG SRC="http://www.keenspace.com/forums/wink.gif"><P>~Steve
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Postby Lostfactor on Mon Dec 18, 2000 7:38 am

Dunno... today is pretty cool.<P>As for the fifties...<P>. . .<P>...I'm sorry, I draw an absolute blank when I try to remember what happened ten minutes ago. Stuff from before I was born just doesn't work. But like Steve, the whole gangsters thing would be fun. ;>
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Postby Elaine_Hornby on Mon Dec 18, 2000 7:53 am

Alright you've all done it. The 50's thread is here, even if I'm the only one who posts on it.<P>-Elaine "Hey, Bugsy! Put another limb on the fire, will ya? This Mafia hideout isn't cosy enough here!" Hornby
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