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      Welcome!   03/05/2016

      Welcome, everyone, to the new 910CMX Community Forums. I'm still working on getting them running, so things may change.  If you're a 910 Comic creator and need your forum recreated, let me know and I'll get on it right away.  I'll do my best to make this new place as fun as the last one!

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  2. This Day In History

    The Tudors were ALWAYS welshing on their bets.
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    Even more so when you consider that the previous royal house, the Tudors, were Welsh.
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    One would think that the King of Scotland taking the English crown would mean Scotland conquered England.....not the other way around? Politics can be so confusing sometimes.
  6. Yesterday
  7. What Are You Watching?

    I was watching a SciShow video that made me worried. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FsaJdS3OgV4 The first half was a simple observation that we need more psychological research into the interpretation and use of Emoji. The second half made me worried. Apparently labs have been breeding / engineering mice to become more effective and aggressive hunters and killers on demand. What the host failed to mention is if there is a way to turn these mice off. How worried should I be? Is this a Heinz Doofenshmirtz? A Drakken? Or a Lex Luthor?
  8. This Day In History

    On March 24 in History: 809 - Harun al-Rashid dies, and with him, the Islamic Golden Age. The beginning of the end, anyway. By trying to split the empire between his two sons, he set the stage for nearly two decades of civil war. Whoopsie. 1603 - After centuries of fighting to keep themselves free and separate from England, the Scottish are bound forever to them when their king, James VI, takes the English crown. Dude, you had one job! 1603 again - Tokugawa Ieyasu is granted the title of Shogun, and begins a dynasty that will rule over a unified Japan for over two and a half centuries. Not a bad gig if you can get it. 1720 - Barely a year after fighting for the right to inherit the Swedish throne over her male cousin, Queen Ulrika Eleonora abdicates in favor of her husband. Yay, feminism? 1765 - Great Britain passes a law that requires American colonists to house British soldiers. It does not go over well, to say the least. 1837 - Canada allows all black (men) to vote. This is something America will also do, in - let me see, here...31 years??? *Tsk* Always stealing their best ideas from someone else. 1854 - Venezuela bans slavery. This is something America will also do, in 11 years. And as Fox News will tell you, they just don't get enough credit for it. 1905 - Jules Verne dies, one can only assume via some shenanigans involving trying to re-enact one of his novels. No, actually, it was complications from diabetes, very sad. 1944 - 76 allied POWs make their escape from German camp Stalag Luft III. No motorcycle chases are involved. 1944 again - Baby R. Lee Ermey yells such a vile diatribe at the doctor who tries to spank him, he makes the doctor cry. 1976 - The military in Argentina overthrows the government again. Shots! 1989 - The Exxon Valdez runs aground and spills oil all over Alaska. Governments and petroleum companies around the world take the opportunity to learn absolutely nothing. 2008 - Bhutan is a democracy now! Just as it seems to be going out of style. 2015 - Germanwings Flight 9525 is deliberately crashed into a mountain by the co-pilot who had been diagnosed with suicidal tendencies and been deemed unfit for work. If only there had been some kind of warning sign!
  9. Story Friday March 22, 2019 Q&A#8

    So a Photon checks into the hotel The Bellhop asks if the Photon has any luggage The Photon replies "No. I'm traveling light."
  10. Things that make you worried.

    Only if the horse is sober.
  11. Story Friday March 22, 2019 Q&A#8

    I do not think light can ever be at rest, even at time itself. Of course it can't, it's physically impossible. Light is ALWAYS moving at speed of light, everything around needs to adapt to it. Time included.
  12. Story Friday March 22, 2019 Q&A#8

    Unless it is the barbarian still showing in Amanda, "Diane has not shoulder-length hair" just made me go in a tizzy. I do not think light can ever be at rest, even at time itself.
  13. Things that make you worried.

    I was watching newsreel footage of a parade where the Royal Horse Artillery passed in review. What worries me is that the name Royal Horse Artillery made me think of horses fired out of cannons. They wouldn't actually do that. Would they?
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  15. Comic 3/23/19 - In Over Her Head

    TheHeroesOfCRASH.com Enticia gets some surprising support, Ken Bailey sends some fan art that's NOT for my contest, and I restate the rules for anyone who WILL enter. Also, my internet's back! Whew, that's a lot to unpack in a Twitter-friendly blurb... Let's take it from the top. Due to some local internet outages, I was not able to update my site until I got it back this afternoon. Thankfully, I was able to post a picture of the latest comic (Taken from my camera's phone), as well as the other pictures below. Remember, folks, if my site hasn't updated, and I didn't announce it beforehand, check my Twitter, Tumblr, or Facebook posts; I'll usually be able to fill you in there. In this week's strip, Enticia recognizes what she's learned from her friends and from Dino-Mo. When Enticia says that Cannon made her realize her relationships have been hollow, she's referring to their discussion WAY back in strip 232. Belt Boy and TM have gained her trust slowly, but listening to her backstory throughout the Even a Rose Has its Thorns story certainly helped. Dino-Mo, of course, told Enticia off in the Gym-Nauseum storyline. I do like getting experimental with the format of my comics, and I like how I set up the three-part panel in the upper-right, turning the connections between word balloons into panel gutters. That was actually pretty fun! In other news (But not NEW news if you've been keeping up with my Facebook group!), I got some fan art that is NOT a submission for my annual Birthday Fan Art Contest that's currently going on right now. Why? Because the fan art in question happens to be from Ken Baily, who won last year with his awesome picture of Titanium Maiden alongside his own creation, EnergyGirl. However, the rules state that someone can't win in the same category for two years in a row, so unless he did something in the Generated Fan Art category, anything he submitted would be ineligible. But knowing that, he still decided to draw TM and E-Girl again for funsies, and because it IS for my (and my comic's) birthday. Thanks again, Ken! If YOU want to enter my contest, check out my website for the full rules! Ken got to pick the next HoC desktop wallpaper, and you could do the same this year! Even if you don't win, all valid entries get some art in return, making it a bit like an art trade as well as a contest. Good luck!
  16. This Day In History

    SSSSHHHHHH|!
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    ::taps on the quote he made earlier:: Are you sure about that?
  18. This Day In History

    You're absolutely right; that's something of a glaring mistake. I'll just go back and fix it and no one ever need know.
  19. This Day In History

    I hate to nitpick, but... (Oh, who am I kidding?) Lipinski won the World Championship in 1997. She would not win the Olympic Gold Medal until 1998 as a decrepit fifteen year old fossil.
  20. This Day In History

    My goodness, what an oversight! On March 23 in History: 1400 - Hồ Quý Ly, a court official in the Trần dynasty of Vietnam, decides he would much rather be emperor. Apparently you can just do that. 1708 - James "The Old Pretender" Stuart lands at the Firth of Forth. It is not particularly Glorious. 1775 - "...Though given the option between the two, I would obviously prefer liberty!" ~ Patrick Henry, probably. 1801 - Tsar Paul I dies, officially of apoplexy. It was likely brought on by being struck with a sword, strangled, and trampled by several former military officers. 1806 - "Well, that was fun. Let's start heading back, then." ~ Lewis and Clark 1879 - The first battle of the War of the Pacific, the Battle of Topáter, is fought between Chile and the alliance of Bolivia and Peru. The latter two are confident that by teaming up, they've got this in the bag. 1919 - Benito Mussolini founds a political movement in Milan. This is literally the birth of Fascism. And somehow, 100 years later, we still have to deal with it. 1933 - The Reichstag are a bunch of enablers. 2001 - The Mir space station falls from orbit, breaks apart on re-entry and crashes into the ocean. It's all right, though, it was on purpose!
  21. This Day In History

    You forgot a birth: 1931 - William Shatner materializes, and helps spark a new culture by going boldly where no one has gone before, I mean, if you liked his rendition of "Rocket Man" more power to you.
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    On March 22 in History: 871 - King Æthelred of Wessex loses to the Great Heathen Army for the second time this year at the Battle of Marton. You just HAD to taunt them, didn't you Ælla? 1508 - Amerigo Vespucci is commissioned by Ferdinand II of Aragon as chief navigator of the Spanish Empire. In lieu of a resume, he simply held up a map and pointed to the names of the new continents on it. 1621 - The Plymouth Colony and the Wampanoag sign a peace treaty. Each side receives something vital, be it food to avoid starvation, or explodey weapons to kill their rival neighbors. 1622 - 347 English settlers, a third of the entire Jamestown population, are killed by native warriors as part of the Second Anglo-Powhatan war. "Why does Plymouth get all the luck?" 1872 - Illinois requires gender equality in employment, the first U.S. state to do so. Yes, that's an 8, not a 9. 1894 - The first Stanley Cup playoff game begins. That's right; it's older than the Super Bowl *and* the World Series! 1939 - Germany tells Lithuania to give it the Klaipėda Region (they call it "Memel") or else. Since Britain and France are currently playing a game of "let Hitler do whatever he wants", they have no choice. Man, those guys just can't catch a break, can they? 1947 - James Patterson is born. Somehow, he has already written three books. 1972 - The Equal Rights Amendment is sent to the states for ratification. When Illinois gets its copy, they are heard to remark, "Bruh, we already got this. We were doin' it way before it was cool." 1997 - Tara Lipinski wins the world figure skating championship at fourteen years old. All your accomplishments are invalid. 2019 - Robert Mueller turns in his report on Donald Trump and the Russians. He says he would've finished it sooner, but his dog ate the first draft, and then his printer broke, and then his grandma died.
  23. Story Friday March 22, 2019 Q&A#8

    Light has no mass, therefore it has no weight. Light has no mass AT REST. Did you ever see light resting?
  24. Story Friday March 22, 2019 Q&A#8

    Light has no mass, therefore it has no weight.
  25. Story Friday March 22, 2019 Q&A#8

    So far this Q&A has been, well, light weight.
  26. NP Friday March 22, 2019

    I don't think it's that obvious ... but yes seems quite likely. Now, would they try to come up with some "better" reason instead of using the only one which would Circe accept without any problems? I expect this is actual tabletop RPG, which doesn't distinguish between "regular dungeon run" and "raid" and lacks rules for group size. Settlers of Catan? I don't think those would have that big re-playability ... building roads from sheeps tend to get old quickly. First question is if that "game nights" don't mean video games. Although, those being regular and planned DOES suggest bigger group ...
  27. Story Friday March 22, 2019 Q&A#8

    Sooo ... Sarah is healer and Diane is rogue? Where is Ashley? I would expect SHE will be healer ... This too is an issue I deal with; when reading quickly or when writing, the first letter of a name is the most important, and it's easy to get those whose names start with the same letter mixed up. (Though I've never called Rhoda "Rhonda", perhaps because I've never known anyone by either name, or followed a story with an important character named Rhonda.) I'm mixing people whose names starts with same character in real life too. At least the ones I know from internet. Might be the general "people with lower social skills and higher intelligence tend to pay less attention to faces, spend lot of time on internet and read sci-fi and fantasy, while people with higher social skills spend more time in pub working on lowering their intelligence with alcohol and read tabloids". Did I missed some cliche? I suppose I could expand it if I go political ... ... I mean, it's obviously simplified and exaggerated, but considering the question was "why face blindness seem to be more common between readers of sci-fi/fantasy webcomic than in general population", it might be relevant.
  28. Story Friday March 22, 2019 Q&A#8

    Fascinating. And an intriguing hypothesis.
  29. Story Friday March 22, 2019 Q&A#8

    It appears that Amanda might, given that she asks "How else am I supposed to tell people apart?" when Lisa asks about her focus on "junk in the trunk".
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