Comic: Wednesday, August 19, 2009

UPDATE:  The site is working again, but I include the comic below just in case.  Also, it seems that for whatever reason, the site address doesn’t work without a suffix.  You have to type, whereas before, you could leave off the html.  I do not know why.  I may cry soon.


For what it’s worth, then…here is your link to the site.


7 thoughts on “Comic: Wednesday, August 19, 2009


    Is it me or does those bricks in the background look different somehow?

  2. I am soooo impressed that you got the quote right!!! Of course, I would expect nothing less from you, but still, someone got the quote right, yay!

  3. Do you know how many times I saw that movie when I was a kid? The fleeting impulse to use “they” was swiftly overcome by the certain knowledge that the word I wanted was “he.” The word “he” is integral to the film’s plot, even.

    I guess people get confused by the fact that the baseball diamond attracts a whole team of spectral baseball players.

  4. That is badly drawn perspective. The second set of bricks is in front of the first set of bricks. You can’t see the bricks “turning the corner” because the angle hides the perpendicular wall. I didn’t like the way it turned out but couldn’t think how to make it look better.

  5. Ahh.

    So, tonight I was watching television with my dad, and he turns on this show “Flashpoint”, and lo and behold not only is it Canadian, it’s also set in Toronto! I kept waiting for them to mention Bathurst, but sadly they did not.

    As a point of interest, I think that show is pretty much as opposite from “Due South” as a Canadian cop show can get.

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