Wacky People

Postby Daxhack on Tue Jan 09, 2001 2:21 am

Q.E.D. Now that's a phrase I'm all too familiar with. My roommate (in college) went by Q.E.D. on battle.net when we played starcraft. He was a physics person, so he got to put that on his papers far more than I did. (Being an engineer means less theoretical and more applied math).<P>Pokemon is/are a lot of fun. I just raided the Walmart clearance rack and brought my fuzzy stuffed pikachu collection up to 4 now.<P>Boneheads: my security strip. For those days when I just can't draw, or don't want to draw, or don't want to write, or don't want to think. I get more positive reviews from those horrible two-liners than from the bulk of the strip. I'm too thick skulled (a.k.a. boneheaded) to get the message though!<P>"Wacky" JB<P>------------------
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Postby Wert D. Toad on Fri Jan 12, 2001 9:12 am

Being an engineer may mean more applied math in college, but it seems to mean "runner of paperwork" the first couple of years out of college. At least, it seems that way in a large corp.<P>Boneheads is a somewhat novel idea. It is a nice filler once in a while. The jokes in the regular comic are getting better and the drawing is consistent. It was difficult to differentiate between the male characters in some frames when they were lemmings until the Matrix transformation. <P>All in all, not a bad job for a start.
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Postby Daxhack on Mon Jan 22, 2001 4:17 am

haha! Those silly bones. Always looking for work. I find it amusing that they showed up in your comic the *day* before mine even existed!<P>Of course, when I talked to their agent, she said they wouldn't do my strip unless they got into at least half the comics, then she mumbled something about job security and stuff but I ignored her and left.<P>About a week later she called me and said they'd be more flexible, and made their grand entrance a day after that: <A HREF="http://pwwoi.keenspace.com/d/20001206.html" TARGET=_blank>http://pwwoi.keenspace.com/d/20001206.html</A> <P>I let them do their routine for a few strips, and that seemed to make them happy. Of course, they agreed to take 50% percent of whatever I earned by showing their comics, which was nothing, so they got nothing! That pissed them off. They hate doing pro-BONE-o work!<P>They do have quite a list of cameo appearances to their name though, the most notable being 2001: A Space Odyssey. They've been around a long time, why, they're so old, they're practically FOSSILS!<P>------------------
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