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Re: Recent Comics

Postby Sixty X Celph on Mon Jun 09, 2008 8:56 am

Yeah, I've been questioning fashion for years. I find quite a bit of it completely unattractive.

I have nothing against sensuous[slutty] clothing, but every time I see li'l kids in slutty clothes it makes me wanna hit someone.
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Re: Recent Comics

Postby Tbolt on Tue Jun 10, 2008 2:11 am

Ah cool the aliens are back! =^^=

(This is just coincidence, but on my viewer, just above the strip is the banner for the Badger Tea Company project, it reads like a caption to this comic:

"And please watch the video of the whole process! :D )
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Re: Recent Comics

Postby Rogar on Wed Jun 11, 2008 7:04 pm

Oh... you have 200 comics up you listed me in it... if you would like to correct the question mark...

http://www.furaffinity.net/full/747257/

that Image should help you...

I draw some... but not near enough for my tastes.
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Re: Recent Comics

Postby Indigo4789 on Thu Jun 12, 2008 10:28 am

:shucks: Ash, you're a sweetie!
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Re: Recent Comics

Postby Rogar on Thu Jun 12, 2008 11:11 pm

Indigo4789 wrote::shucks: Ash, you're a sweetie!


Yea... Ash is.
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Re: Recent Comics

Postby Rogar on Mon Jun 16, 2008 9:12 am

does this mean you were yourself stuck in vermont (i know not actually but it fits :P)
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Re: Recent Comics

Postby Tbolt on Tue Jun 17, 2008 2:14 am

The Knights Keeblar...

Sounds like a core FRP group! :D

Love the way you drew the armor! =^^=
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Re: Recent Comics

Postby Specter-8472 on Tue Jun 17, 2008 7:09 pm

Yep they're ready for their greatest crusade.

The Quest for the Wholely Grain ... mind the boulders.


As for the Vermont trip, if you really want to see a northerly state with a low population come to North Dakota.
Less then 700,000 in the entire state, or 1/13 of NYC.
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Re: Recent Comics

Postby Tbolt on Fri Jun 20, 2008 2:42 am

Hmmm Gi Joe VS Barney ... There's a cadence in there somewhere... =^^=

Reminds me of the "Barney Doom" mod from way so long ago.... =^^=
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Re: Recent Comics

Postby Indigo4789 on Fri Jun 20, 2008 6:44 am

I remember singing that song as a kid.... it brings back great memories of playgrounds with metal jungle gyms and rickety wooden merry-go-rounds.
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Re: Recent Comics

Postby Rogar on Sat Jun 21, 2008 12:11 pm

What is this "barney" i don't think i know about it.... I do know about the metal jungle gyms and wooden marry go rounds though
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Re: Recent Comics

Postby Indigo4789 on Sun Jun 22, 2008 9:55 am

Too bad most playgrounds are plastic now. Yet another way to protect kids and keep them from learning that there are consequences for stupidity.
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Re: Recent Comics

Postby Sixty X Celph on Sun Jun 22, 2008 1:04 pm

Not to mention, they go in circles so you can't get up any kind of decent speed.
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Re: Recent Comics

Postby Indigo4789 on Sun Jun 22, 2008 4:45 pm

Some places have gotten rid of swings because they deem them too dangerous. I guess kids still can't resist jumping off them.
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Re: Recent Comics

Postby Tbolt on Mon Jun 23, 2008 2:22 am

Indigo4789 wrote:Too bad most playgrounds are plastic now. Yet another way to protect kids and keep them from learning that there are consequences for stupidity.



Hmm, I wouldn't look too harshly on plastic fixtures in playgrounds, they do require a bit less maintenance than untreated metal, or wood. Heh, you should see the fort that the kids get to play in at my friend's place in Kentucky! This thing is massive! They even have a slider thing that you latch on to, hang and roll across a 20' gap! (granted you're only 2 feet in the air, but it looks like a fun exercise! =^^=

Our playground had an awesome huge swingset, but the &#$% adolescent punks vandalized it. The wood stuff all rotted away, so now we have nothing =-.-=

Alas, poor monkey bars, those were the last to go....
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Re: Recent Comics

Postby Rogar on Mon Jun 23, 2008 9:51 pm

Tbolt wrote: Heh, you should see the fort that the kids get to play in at my friend's place in Kentucky!


Now i am Curious... where in KY? because i happen to be there...
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Re: Recent Comics

Postby Tbolt on Wed Jun 25, 2008 1:50 am

Hmmm, talking critters with critter instinct...

There are two strips that I know of that touch on that subject: 21st Century Fox. They are more human in their actions, but it is legal for a carnivore to still kill and eat a herbivore (at least until the invention of S.P.A.M. (Special Processed Animal Material) in essence artificially grown meat.

Then of course there's Kevin and Kell. They have a lot more of their predatory instincts intact. I know it is supposed to be funny, but whenever I've tried to wrap my head around the morality of the world, I get a massive migrane... =^^=
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Re: Recent Comics

Postby Rogar on Wed Jun 25, 2008 4:08 am

eh... To be honest... If they have all their instinct then the talking really goes out the window... would you want to hear the plants in your salad whispering to you about how the dressing feels, tastes, and is suffocating them?
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Re: Recent Comics

Postby Sharkfin on Thu Jun 26, 2008 6:22 pm

Tbolt wrote:Then of course there's Kevin and Kell. They have a lot more of their predatory instincts intact. I know it is supposed to be funny, but whenever I've tried to wrap my head around the morality of the world, I get a massive migrane... =^^=


I actually know Bill Holbrook relatively well. He lives pretty close to me, so I get to see him at the southeast chapter of the National Cartoonists Society monthly meeting, as well as all the local conventions.

Trust me when I say, he is not trying to be malicious. I’ve wondered the same thing about K&K, but really all he’s trying to do is bend circumstances to form a funny out come. He doesn’t give the morality much thought. When asked about it he said “It’s only a comic strip. It doesn’t have to make perfect sense.”
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Re: Recent Comics

Postby Tbolt on Fri Jun 27, 2008 1:52 am

Heh, that's what I figured, just that he's allowed the strip to go political on a few occasions, and that didn't help things much either =^^; But it is still on my list of strips to watch =^^=


Texting, the 2000 way for kids to pass notes in class, just when you thought cell phones could not possibly get more annoying! If I ever get a teachng certification, the first thing I'll get is a cell phone jammer for my classroom! :twisted:
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