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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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  1. Think we could find a slightly bigger house off campus and throw in Catalina, Rhoda, Ashley, Diane, and Psych Major Pandora? I would watch the hell out of this sitcom.
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  2. Best method is still what Sarah just did: aim for the ground -- and miss. Rest in peace, Douglas Adams.
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  3. If it wouldn't change magic and/or piss it off, Tedd could make a mint selling instant cos-play watches.
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  4. You have my sympathies as well. Sometimes it is as life simply cannot get enough ordure dropped at you from a great height. If it is any help at all, our thoughts are with you and we will all be with you as you go through this. You are a poster I greatly value for your dry humour, your keen wit and your insights. You are an important reason that this forum is the place it is and so you may freely lean on us when you need to. Be well, old friend, and take care.
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  5. As you are probably aware, this is a fan forum tribute to a comic anniversary. And as you know fan forum tributes always suck. Always! And of course our fan forum tribute will be no exception. Yup!
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  6. El Goonish Shive is the only comic I was reading fifteen, or even ten, years ago which I am still reading today. As I grew old and tired, other media failed to grow with me, but El Goonish Shive has. That is all I can say, for the moment.
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  7. Syd: Sharks, Alligator Max: Snapping turtle, Hippo, Orca I think I have reached a point that between xkcd, Girl Genius, EGS, The Whiteboard, Schlock Mercenary, and Grrl Power I can reply to almost any thing with a comic and be close to on topic.
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  8. Think we could find a slightly bigger house off campus and throw in Catalina, Rhoda, Ashley, Diane, and Psych Major Pandora?
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  9. My sister is doing well, she's a lot happier than she was when she was in denial about her actual gender and trying to live as something she's not. And I really wish more people had accepting parents.
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  10. Twice my size Chasing me Spastic arm motions Screaming Once again, I can't fault Cat's logic.
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  11. I know a couple people will get reference.
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  13. I wanted to put her witches outfit on too, but she's never facing sideways in it and I'm not about to draw a new one
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  14. somewhere in the sands of the desert a shape with lion body and the head of a man, a gaze blank and pitiless as the sun is moving its slow thighs, while all about it reel shadows of the indignant desert birds. The darkness drops again, but now I know that twenty centuries of stony sleep were vexed to nightmare by a rocking cradle. And what rough beast, its hour come round at last, is slouching towards Moperville to be born?
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  15. For me the comics where Elliot ask his parents for money for female clothes after being first FV5ed and when he introduces Ellen to them will always have a special place in my heart.
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  17. Even with the inclusion of Catgirls, no mall centered chase scene will ever top https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IIdGxR-aU6o Having said that, the bigger the mall, the better for Scooby Doo type chase scenes.
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  18. This comic passed through my life intermittently as I was growing up, and I like to think that it was one of the factors that allowed me to remember a part of myself that I didn't know that I had forgotten. I'm just glad that I'm actually transitioning instead of ending up waiting again, even though I don't know where my life will be later this year.
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  19. I can recall a T-shirt along those lines, claiming that the wearer had had many conversations made up entirely of quotes from TV and movies. "It's like living on Darmok!"
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  20. My former employer, and let me stress former, called me today at about the height of the effects of second dose of NyQuil I had taken. This might have had some effect on my state of mind. I told him what I thought of him personally, what I thought of his business model, his massive amount of paranoia, his offered pay scale, his lack of understanding of both copyright and trademark law, his zero tolerance for any mistakes regardless of reason, and my general dislike of America small business that off shore IT functions. Then I started into his idea that a one man IT department/web developer can rapidly convert a web site to be "just like Amazon's". And by rapidly I mean under a week. "Just use their HTML". I then reminded him of intellectual property law. A short discussion about his hostile working environment being a major cause of my current mental state, of which I had doctor's reports to back me up with and the very limited amount of money I am allowed to make while on permanent disability, of which I hope to be pushing when Edge of Imperial Space is finished. After all of this he still asked what it would take to get me to be a consultant for him. I laughed like a madman and hung up the phone and added his number to my phone's auto reject list. Damn that was a great feeling. Very cathartic.
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  21. A few years ago, on one election day, the voters of the state of Washington approved both recreational marijuana and gay marriage. Prompting some wag to suggest they were endorsing the Old Testament edict (which had been misinterpreted for centuries) that a man who lies with another man should be stoned.
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  22. Do movies count? I think Star Trek V is a story that never actually happened.
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  23. If you'll let me know your address, I'll have a tin of Danish sawdust shipped to you.
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  25. Fair enough. One doesn't read Grrl Power for its subtitles of color composition.
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  26. I thought the clotted cream reference would be the worse of the two.
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  27. Yes. The United States Government (and presumably most governments) in the EGS world have not officially acknowledged the existence of non-homo-sapien sapient beings as being more than hypothetical. The definition of "all homo sapiens" as persons was formed in our world in order to eliminate the still-existing-far-too-recently legal concept that certain members of "homo sapiens" were not persons due to their genetic or cultural heritage or outside-of-mainstream behavior.
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  28. While I can't say it is funny, my favorite EGS strip is this one. That is where I really started to identify with Susan.
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  29. You might need a full-blown catpocalypse to top the Blues Brothers...
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  30. Considering Kitty wasn't sure about a normal size catgirl or smaller catgirl in the previous comic, this might help make up her mind.
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  31. I'm pretty certain that's a favorite of many people here. "Exhibit D's" made me laugh pretty hard, though. I stand by my ridiculous claim.
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  32. Thank You, Yakov Smirnoff. Folks, he'll be here all week. Please try the fish and be sure to tip your waitress.
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  34. (After Whale 3 goes away.) Whale 1: "Stupid whale 3, noone is able to see us ... but whatever, if she enjoys trying ..."
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  35. The pulled muscle aches I had have gone away or my drugs are lasting way longer than normal. Either way I has a happy.
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  36. It's like the EGS: NP strip, only on a larger scale. The story has been setting things up for quite a while. This means we are still in the lowjinks phase.
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  37. A nice Jewish girl? It's a Hebrew name...
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  38. Dang, 106 is pretty good! I don't think we can hold this one against 2016.
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  39. I approached that level before I went on SSA Disability, but never quite reached the "laugh like a madman" stage. The office manager was subsequently fired or quit. I don't know which, only that I got a call from a friend telling me the wicked witch was dead—code for "she's gone." I smiled fiercely for many hours afterward.
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  40. And it still hasn't stopped us Canucks from invading every winter.
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  41. I seem to have won a helicopter tour of Chicago. More precisely, two rides, to be used for two people once or one person twice, depending how I choose to spend them. Except the web site says there is a strict weight limit, which I currently exceed by about forty pounds. I was already planning to ask my boss if she'd like to join me, now I have another reason, because she's short and not far off of a hundred pounds, so maybe they'll accept the two of us as coming in under the "per seat" limit together. I do understand the practical reasons for a weight limit, and will offer to sit in the middle -- I'm tall enough to be able to see over most other people. If the boss isn't interested, maybe I can ask to be put on a flight with children on it. Either that, or I'll ask to be paired with someone else who's over the limit, and use both vouchers at once, to make an average per seat under the limit, and we can balance each other at opposite windows. There's got to be a way to work this out, and most people seem to be quite reasonable, given the chance. If we can't work something out, I'll just have to give the flights to someone else. At least I can make someone else happy, and I got the joy of winning something. ;-) [Oh, look, there's that copy-paste higlighting effect again....]
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  42. That was an occasionally used method of execution. It still exists in the form of the Filibuster of the United States Senate as a means to kill legislation. Personally, I preferred the more direct technique employed by Cassius and Brutus.
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  43. Thinking fast, Catalina leaps up and announces, "Yes folks, your Moperville Community Players will be presenting Andrew Lloyd Webber's 'CATS' as this year's Waaaaay Off Broadway Black-Friday Blockbuster!" Catalina and Rhoda should then retreat acrobatically from the Mall while singing the story of 'Mungojerrie And Rumpleteazer'.
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  44. There's a bit of irony to Christmas today; a lot of people have been saying that this year's Christmas season feels "the least Christmas-y ever", and yet this is the year with the most heartfelt greetings and well-wishes of all the ones I've experienced. Goes to show you the holiday isn't bound to the day or the reason of celebration but to the people that want to celebrate it. Once again, Merry Christmas to all stations.
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  45. That's one of the advantages of not claiming to follow any specific Pagan tradition. I practice my faith in the same way as my earliest predecessors: by making it up as I go.
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  46. See? I was right when I said they were just starting out slowly with lowjinks and building gradually up from there.
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  47. Non liturgical Christians arguing that Christmas is just a one day event and the 12 days is a pagan thing. My eye literally twitched when I read that as a reply to my yearly Christmastide Social Media Rant. (™ J. Michael Looney)
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  48. No, eyebrow fairies. They have a different union.
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  49. Adrian is telling the truth to Pandora here, and I admire him for it. It takes guts to stand up to a powerful immortal being like this, especially when she is your mother.
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  50. Only in the vicinity of the Nile. And when the Ptolemaic usurpers took over the family job, they were stuck with the responsibility. Julius, Mark Antony, and Octavius Agustus took the job in the name of Senate under the SPQR banner. Emperor Constantine gave the Job to the Bishop of Rome. Eventually, The Vatican added it to the duties of the Poor Fellow-Soldiers of Christ and of the Temple of Solomon
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