Severed Ties ------->The current arc

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When's the next comic?
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Tuesday.
KGR wrote:I like your comic, it's very well drawn and the characters have unique and interesting personalities. It seems like your working on the website right know but I just wanted to bring to you attention a problem, when ever I try to click the febuary 19 button on the calandar at the bottom of the comic page it takes me to febuary 5 and there aren't any links for the 12th or 19th.

Anyway great comic, can't wait to see what happens next.
Hmmm, I didn't notice any problems. Could be a hiccup in the system because weird things like that have happened before. Thanks for reading by the way.
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Take a walk on the wild side :P
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BALLS!
It seems Maynard lost after all. How much do I owe everybody?

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230 Euros
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Well, Maynard went into it not warmed up. Looks like Ryan spends a lot of time on video games, too.
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You've had 2 weeks you know :P
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Not everyone lives on the internet.
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True. Should I nowflogg myself in shmae my lord?
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theSuburbanLetdown wrote:Not everyone lives on the internet.
R U SAYN PEPL HAVE LIVES?!!!!!!!!!

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I know; it really is a travesty n this day and age :P
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I once needed to convert from internet life to real life..
Do it gradually or the shock is too great! Nowadays, I just need to have my mind meander over the net for an hour and I'll be fully replenished to take on the world again. :wink:

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Man... for awhile I was kind of indifferent on whether Ryan and Lee would patch things up, but this page got me thinking about how grudges or general bad feelings I've had towards others was so volatile and eventually a hindrance. They were such an odd couple, but they complimented each other so well as weirdos... and Ryan did feel bad about what he painted. I hope they can still be friends despite all that's happened.

Addendum: The internet, to me, is impossibly addicting. I've been a pothead and a pill popper, have a few obsessions here or there I can't live without, but sweet shea butter... I'm online at least, at the very LEAST once a day. Forums, porn, looking for obscure music, art, literature, following current events, writing, chatting, webcomics up the yin-yang... I dare anyone here to go one day without the internet, all 62 of them.
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NeverMayhem has just given me the perfect segue into what for me is a new discovery: cable public access television.

I moved into my current place 3 months ago, and the location forced me to get Basic Cable. Before that I didn't need cable or have the time to watch it. The Simpsons and Masterpiece Theatre were generally it.

Public Access great! The local community college tv station show the worst of the worst hollywood movies ever made. Last night I saw a show with two guys taste-testing obscure regional-brand colas in this specialty beverage shop. Lot's of Medical Marijuana programs, as MM is legal here with a Doctor's Rx.

Frankly this cheesy amateur programming is more entertaining to me than Big Budget, Big Network stuff, which is so horribly pretentious I can't watch it.

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Ryan's got issues to work out. Probably not as many as Evan, but still. And a cinema ticket for only two dollars? Wow.

It's almost surprising to see an End of Things four-tier page; you haven't used that much.
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There was a theater back in school that showed old movies every now and then for $2.00. I saw Raiders of the Lost Arc and Evil Dead 2 there. It was pretty cool. I think that's where I saw Kill Bill Vol. 2, but most definitely was not $2.00.
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Redcrow wrote:NeverMayhem has just given me the perfect segue into what for me is a new discovery: cable public access television.

I moved into my current place 3 months ago, and the location forced me to get Basic Cable. Before that I didn't need cable or have the time to watch it. The Simpsons and Masterpiece Theatre were generally it.

Public Access great! The local community college tv station show the worst of the worst hollywood movies ever made. Last night I saw a show with two guys taste-testing obscure regional-brand colas in this specialty beverage shop. Lot's of Medical Marijuana programs, as MM is legal here with a Doctor's Rx.

Frankly this cheesy amateur programming is more entertaining to me than Big Budget, Big Network stuff, which is so horribly pretentious I can't watch it.
Yeah, public access is awesome! It's like the Internet televised minus the annoying asshats. It's refreshing to see amateurs try so hard. You know those guys have zero budget, and they do for the sheer love of it.

There used to be a show where this guy would just sell random stuff. I'm talking garage sale, this is stuff that doesn't sell on ebay kind of random stuff. This was amateur QVC at it's best. My favorite part was that he didn't even look at the stuff before hand. He would make up descriptions on the spot, and when he got to something he didn't know what it was, he would admit that he didn't know what it was and still try to describe it. It was fun.

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Hmmm...seems somethings brewing. I hope it reads to nothing, that would make it more interesting. Nice job with this one. Anyone see In Bruges?
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theSuburbanLetdown wrote:There was a theater back in school that showed old movies every now and then for $2.00. I saw Raiders of the Lost Arc and Evil Dead 2 there. It was pretty cool. I think that's where I saw Kill Bill Vol. 2, but most definitely was not $2.00.
We have a theater here that shows movies that have been out for a few months. The tickets are never more than $2.00, and on Tuesdays they're only $0.50. :D
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Is that with inflaton?
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