Madmoonie wrote:Skull, if you are that desperate to change things, try something other whining and complaining. Petitions or polling might work. And if they don't, well, tough muffins. Personally, I like the way things are and am in no hurry to change it. But I might be the only, ask around and find out.
Tom Mazanec wrote:I would like regularity, but prefer frequency. I would rather have two TotQ a week when Ralph gets around to it than one every Saturday (or whenever).
The cards earn money...
Skull wrote:And what does Onions have to do with the business of making Questor profitable?
I'm attempting to tell Mr. Hayes that his actions are running contrary to his expressed desire to earn a living wage with his comics.
He, and now you, are twisting that into some sort of religious persecution.
And that is why he will continue to fail.
BrockthePaine wrote:What does annoy me is its propensity to bring in trolls who start little hissy-fits about the issue.
Honest gentlemanly debate is one thing, and I don't mind it; but a lot of the recent arguing has been about as civil as a Neonazi convention being scheduled next door to the NAACP board meeting.
And before you get bent out of shape thinking I'm talking about you, Skull, I'm not.
Skull wrote:Two, unless Mr. Hayes is lying to us about leaving his apartment and moving back in with his father, it's very clear that the income from said comics is insufficient as a living wage.
Tom Mazanec wrote:IIRC, it is a mobile home (easier to go to conventions, don't you know).
Skull wrote:there are webcomics out there that do, in fact, make a full time living wage for their authors. In several cases that wage is even extravagant
Madmoonie wrote:You know, Skull, if you find RH's comics, LJ, and views so extraordinarily offensive....why are you still here?
Tom Mazanec wrote:I read antispam programs are starting to use optical character recognition on images that contain the spam message in my paper today.).
Tom Mazanec wrote:Can you replace the characters with another font you downloaded (like Lovecraft's Diary)?
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