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Postby Quill on Mon Oct 07, 2002 10:09 am

Mako wrote:Hmm, a good strip title/concept there:
Allstar Foxes - Chronicalling the adventures of an all vulpine baseball team's star player's star crossed romance with a vixen film star... Could be fun! I don't think anyone is doing a sports + Hollywood strip.



Why not flip it? Make the vixen the athlete and the dogfox the film star...
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Postby Mako on Mon Oct 07, 2002 10:23 am

Quill wrote:
Mako wrote:Hmm, a good strip title/concept there:
Allstar Foxes - Chronicalling the adventures of an all vulpine baseball team's star player's star crossed romance with a vixen film star... Could be fun! I don't think anyone is doing a sports + Hollywood strip.



Why not flip it? Make the vixen the athlete and the dogfox the film star...


Hmmm... Ever see the movie "A League of Their Own"?

Plotline was based on a historical WWII women's baseball league. So based on Quill's idea and borrowing from the ladies league, we could indeed create a strip on that premise:

A war time vixen's baseball league, a dashing dogfox in uniform, and a vain, rich and handsome Hollywood dogfox movie star as the protagonist in a classic lovers triangle...

I like it inspite of it's cliche's :) Tons of opportunity to have fun, make social comments &ct... Good stuff.

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Postby Hortmage on Mon Oct 07, 2002 4:05 pm

Kellogg wrote:
Olick wrote:
17000 Newtons wouldn't be trivial. :o

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Which is why I prefer chocolate chip cookies, myself.... :wink:

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Postby Olick on Mon Oct 07, 2002 5:06 pm

Hortmage wrote:
Kellogg wrote:
Olick wrote:
17000 Newtons wouldn't be trivial. :o

Scott



Which is why I prefer chocolate chip cookies, myself.... :wink:

[Back to lurk mode! Full steam ahead, and damn the protons! Dive! Dive! Dive!]


Hmm... Maybe you should surface for one sec to fix your post.

(And yes DAMN THOSE PROTONS!)
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Postby ZOMBIE USER 6611 on Mon Oct 07, 2002 5:09 pm

Olick wrote:Hmm... Maybe you should surface for one sec to fix your post. (And yes DAMN THOSE ...
...QUOTONS?) ;)

Nesting makes for some tight quoters, no?
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Postby Daniel Cougar on Mon Oct 07, 2002 5:26 pm

LevelHead wrote:Nesting makes for some tight quoters, no?


How would you know? Dragons don't nest, they lair. :P
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Postby ZOMBIE USER 6611 on Mon Oct 07, 2002 5:31 pm

Daniel Cougar wrote:How would you know? Dragons don't nest, they lair. :P
I am not, in fact, and speak the truth as well as I understand it. And I always seek to improve my understanding.

And now, the nest of the story...
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well whaddya know...

Postby Mako on Mon Oct 07, 2002 6:29 pm

You can vote once per day, I didn't know that. Hint Hint guys :)

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You Can Put Subjects in here???

Postby Olick on Mon Oct 07, 2002 8:27 pm

Mako wrote:You can vote once per day, I didn't know that. Hint Hint guys :)

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So are you Kellogg's first Serial?

(I wonder if anyone got that...)

I could be his second, I mean I'd KILL for another 21st Century Fox...

*grunt* Well I might not kill, per se, but I'd certainly maim enthusiatically!

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Re: well whaddya know...

Postby Daniel Cougar on Tue Oct 08, 2002 2:22 am

Mako wrote:You can vote once per day, I didn't know that. Hint Hint guys :)

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Actually, I can vote far more often than that. Seven different screen names, seven different votes. :evil: Of course that would be beneath me, but the option is always there.

P.S. Scott, you need an evil grin.
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Postby Quill on Tue Oct 08, 2002 5:29 am

Mmm, not sure about that. I think the voting site puts a cookie on the computer used to vote.

Mako as breakfast food..."lots of colorful marshmallow sharks and a part of this balanced breakfast!!"...I dunno...
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Postby Daniel Cougar on Tue Oct 08, 2002 11:11 am

Quill wrote:Mmm, not sure about that. I think the voting site puts a cookie on the computer used to vote.


No, I have my computer set up to warn me about cookies. I think it logs IP addresses.
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Re: well whaddya know...

Postby Mako on Tue Oct 08, 2002 12:14 pm

Daniel Cougar wrote:
Mako wrote:You can vote once per day, I didn't know that. Hint Hint guys :)

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Actually, I can vote far more often than that. Seven different screen names, seven different votes. :evil: Of course that would be beneath me, but the option is always there.

P.S. Scott, you need an evil grin.


They filter on IP address, so I could technically vote 8 times per day as well. I won't do that, ballot box stuffing being uncool and all that, but I'm definitely up for 1x day, as is everyone else here I hope (nudge nudge)....

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Many More Votes

Postby Olick on Tue Oct 08, 2002 7:17 pm

Wow!

Someone's been getting the Top Clean Comics name around or something...

21st Century Fox has more than 3 times the amount of votes as a week ago, and Faux Pas, (where the voting case is the same) is still 6 votes ahead.

So, Despite the explosion of support for 21 CF, there has been a similar explosion for all of the other comics...

Does this strike anyone else as strange?(or oddly coincidental?)
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Many More Votes

Postby Olick on Tue Oct 08, 2002 7:19 pm

Wow!

Someone's been getting the Top Clean Comics name around or something...

21st Century Fox has more than 3 times the amount of votes as a week ago, and Faux Pas, (where the voting case is the same) is still 6 votes ahead.

So, Despite the explosion of support for 21 CF, there has been a similar explosion for all of the other comics...

Does this strike anyone else as strange?(or oddly coincidental?)
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Postby Quill on Wed Oct 09, 2002 7:02 am

I think Faux Pas dropped its membership in the voting system for a while. I would guess that its fans are realizing that it is back in the game and are voting in increasing numbers. But that's only a theory.
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Postby Quill on Sun Oct 13, 2002 6:39 am

21F just hit the top of the list! :D Congrats!
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Postby Mako on Sun Oct 13, 2002 12:29 pm

Quill wrote:Mmm, not sure about that. I think the voting site puts a cookie on the computer used to vote.

Mako as breakfast food..."lots of colorful marshmallow sharks and a part of this balanced breakfast!!"...I dunno...


Shark fin soup for breakfast???

Sigh, I suppose an animal crackers in my soup punny would be too obscure here, so I'll pass on that and instead see if I can circle around and take a bite out of Cap'n Crunch instead ;-)

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PS: <a href="http://www.agucho.com/topcleancomics/vote.asp?SiteID=techfox">Don't forget to vote :)</a>
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Postby Quill on Mon Oct 14, 2002 8:12 am

Think of it as a whole new career...a Mako-ver, even....better that than being a Gummy Shark...
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Postby ZOMBIE USER 6611 on Mon Oct 14, 2002 8:46 am

Quill wrote:Think of it as a whole new career...a Mako-ver, even....better that than being a Gummy Shark...
"Gummy shark?

I'm sure he was only teething Quill. ;)
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