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22nd Jul 2012, 2:47 AM #1
Monkeyman

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Don'tcha just LOVE humanity?
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1st Apr 2012, 8:52 AM #2
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It's funny cause I wouldn't have noticed if I hadn't happened to change my profile pic today. lol
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23rd Mar 2012, 6:03 AM #3
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Holy SHIT! You look like you could be the Amazing Atheist's twin!
Also, here's mine...from my deviantART ID
Image: http://fc09.deviantart.net/fs70/i/2012/082/f/e/id_pic_by_m0nk3m4n-d4svbni.jpg
Result in thread: Weird Hobbies
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1st Sep 2011, 8:12 PM #4
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Gryphon:
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Monkeyman:I repair and collect vintage electronics. So boring! Antiques Photobucket Gallery


Tell me that's a geiger counter I saw!


very nearly, it's a gamma ray survey meter, it reads a different kind of radiation
than a geiger counter and has a lower scale of roentgens/hr than a geiger counter.
It's from 1962, by the Civil Defense, and apparently, still works like new.


Huh, turns out a gamma ray survey meter still gives me a science boner.


Hahaha, crazy thing is it still has the instruction manual & such. Whole thing cost me $10.00
Thank you, flea markets! haha
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1st Sep 2011, 8:08 PM #5
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Monkeyman:I repair and collect vintage electronics. So boring! Antiques Photobucket Gallery


Tell me that's a geiger counter I saw!


very nearly, it's a gamma ray survey meter, it reads a different kind of radiation
than a geiger counter and has a lower scale of roentgens/hr than a geiger counter.
It's from 1962, by the Civil Defense, and apparently, still works like new.
Result in thread: Weird Hobbies
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1st Sep 2011, 7:59 PM #6
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I repair and collect vintage electronics. So boring! Antiques Photobucket Gallery
Result in thread: My Grandmother...
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27th Aug 2011, 2:23 AM #7
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Best of luck, praying function initiated. I hope she lives as well.
If not...I hope it's totally painless. But I'm praying she'll live.
Result in thread: Regarding strange e-mails
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3rd May 2011, 5:35 AM #8
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MrWeatherby:This whole thread is terrible. ect...

/thread?
Can we? I think he just put it all into perspective. :/

Result in thread: Regarding strange e-mails
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2nd May 2011, 7:02 AM #9
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Can't even half-disagree with that one.
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2nd May 2011, 6:57 AM #10
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MatthewJA:
hadarger:I have autism

Not exactly, but he's actually said it before.

True, but I think he was just addressing the fact that people
always say Autism/[insert this or that other here] even when
the person doesn't specify. Poor example as this post may be. "shrug"
Result in thread: Regarding strange e-mails
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2nd May 2011, 6:51 AM #11
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First all, agreement with the previous reply. ^
Yeah, I've been getting them, don't recall ever hearing a thing about the guy.
My advice to everybody is rather common knowledge. "Don't feed the troll" heh.
Don't matter how much he's doing, ignoring him will of course...halt him. :/
Result in thread: Hello :)
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12th Feb 2011, 11:36 PM #12
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Hope you enjoy this site and all that! Both for uploading your own work & what ya find to read. :P
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21st Jan 2011, 11:54 PM #13
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MasterofWeirdness:Haa haa haa! They must reeeealy like it in Japan. Or maybe because it's a commercial...


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31st Oct 2010, 6:11 AM #14
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Dressing up? Blah. I'm ugly enough without a costume thank you very much.
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23rd Sep 2010, 5:12 AM #15
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Well happy birthday O mighty site administrator!
Thanks for the epic site and help, Kyo.
Now, how about making it possible to edit comics that are .swfs?
lol
Y'know...next chance ya get. Not now, tis birthday laziness time.

Cyborg_572:The Birthday submissions have been closed.

This is inconsequential.
Result in thread: Webcomic size
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5th Sep 2010, 6:09 PM #16
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MadTarnsman:...shit....I'm still trying to grasp drawing on a 8x11 piece of paper.

My bristol board comic pages are 11x14.


That's all well & good, but I dunno if you're one to talk. I can barely
read some of the dialogue in your pages man, you should size 'em up a bit.
Viewing at a very typical 1280x1024 on a 17 inch LCD here.
Result in thread: dude, jobs.
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5th Sep 2010, 6:55 AM #17
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Cyborg_572:Quick, someone turn this into serious discussion about juggling your schedule, so we can say this is in the right section.

Personally, It's something I'm horrible at too. Anyone have any advice?


My advice is...quit your job.





...oh wait.
Result in thread: Webcomic size
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5th Sep 2010, 6:49 AM #18
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Johnny Whoa may have the right idea having it less than 800 for optimum space.
Myself, I let them scan at exactly 100 DPI and for a sheet of notebook paper,
that comes to almost exactly 800x1050. (it usually comes to around 798x1049)
Result in thread: Critique Please
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5th Sep 2010, 6:10 AM #19
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Well I guess it looks promising...visually it looks good, tho a bit washed-out. Might try some program's contrast settings to darken it somewhat.
Personally it's not my kind of comic I'm afraid. When I go online to read comics, I pretty much stick to what all comic lovers have always wanted
from their corner comic book store way back when. (well most everybody anyway, you get the idea) Typically it's fiction and/or comedy.

I noticed some focus on real life events & I'm not reading comics to hear about reality, I'm trying to block that out for a bit & enjoy myself a while.
(I'm talking about the comic titled The Gulf) I hear enough of that stuff on the news. Like it or not, I end up hearing it. Kinda ruins a comic for me.

Some people do like comics like this though so I guess I don't have much room to speak, but since you did ask, I'd say take MadTarnsman's
words into consideration as well as others who are willing to offer their opinions. I've always been one to turn down opinions and do it my way,
but more recently I've found that adapting to what people want while keeping some of your own style is far more rewarding in the long run.
Best personal opinion I have to offer is maybe once in a while (or a single try, whatever works) add some humor, maybe some irony or a kinda
random bit of humor in the background, something subtle, I'm thinking about audience broadening here. Anyway, might be worth a try.

Good luck with your work!
-Doug
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30th Aug 2010, 2:24 AM #20
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Replying to "Troll?"

I think Comic Fury just typed my reply for me.
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