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1-24-2010 @ 3:54PM
I see what you did there.Bubsa in fact HATES Keydarr. He has for quite some time. It's obvious as he stood up for Keydarr despite Keydarr saying anything. His real plot was to establish a situation in which people would defend the other cartoonists and in their furious rage would turn DLC into an unwitting target for internet hate. He missed one tiny detail, I have to admit it was ingenious, I would have missed it myself if I wasn't looking for it. Why would people come to a Sunday Morning Segment that features many a comic just when they can go to the direct link? And his back handed comment trying to get us to question the ridiculousness of that concept "(You only come here because you want to see DLC [though that is ridiculous, you know it's true])"WITH A KEEN EYE FOR DETAILS ONLY ONE TRUTH PREVAILS! I WILL PROTECT YOU MISS RAN! *soccer ball kick*But being one of the artists on that list, I will admit I'm slightly hurt by the fact that you think my comic is a waste of internet space. I will admit, I'm just learning how to build a fire while Keydarr is in his hovercar driving to the top of a snowless global-warmed mountain in the future, getting on his hoverskis and breaking his collarbone by hitting a malfunctioning holo-hover-tree. I hope he gets better soon, as he is just one of many of my inspiration among this list.
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