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  1. "Three-headed morphing, though? Totes okay."
  2. The two comics that made me laugh the hardest? From the main story: http://www.egscomics.com/index.php?id=1737 For Susan's exaggerated angry white eyes and arm-flailing, and Catalina's "I THOUGHT THERE WAS NO COUCH!" And from NP: http://www.egscomics.com/egsnp.php?id=7 For the gaming market researcher's line in panel three, and the "click" sounds as the focus group guys turn off their, um, joysticks.
  3. Ding ding! You are correct on both counts: I'm Jewish and (my wife assures me) I'm nice. What do we have for our winner today?
  4. Oh, and in case you can't tell, the writer of this post is a girl. Hey!!!
  5. Did someone just say something, or was it my imagination? ;-)
  6. Oh, Susan. You're taking this too seriously. As my Philosophy 101 prof put it, one's existence is just something one knows intuitively. It doesn't have to be proven.
  7. Their first album, Time and Tile Wait for No Man, served as the soundtrack for the world's longest and bloodiest "Aussie rules" Mahjong tournament. It reached a mind-boggling #5 on the charts. Since then, the group has specialized in critically-acclaimed, if commercially less successful, soundtracks for arthouse films, such as E. Elias Merhige's Begotten 2: Beget Harder. Nudnik of the North is a world music band that combines klezmer with Inuit throat-singing.
  8. story

    I suspect the tweets are referring to Susan's claim that her mother would not only be aware (somehow) she had a long-lost daughter, but would "raise hell" to find her. Neither are necessarily true. In fact, given the circumstances leading to her parents' divorce, it's likely that Ms. Pompoms either has never even considered she may have a stepdaughter (or stepson).1 Given her bitterness towards her ex-husband, even if the possibility has occurred to her, she may not wish to find out, because apart from the kid not being hers as such, she may not want to have in her life someone who reminds her of him. 1Edward's investigations have pretty much ruled out either her having birthed a second daughter or Susan being adopted. To the best of my recall, we haven't yet seen Edward proven wrong about matters of fact. (Matters of belief, such as his attitude to Tedd's genderfluidity, are another matter.)