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wdg3rd at comcast.net
Sun Feb 28 03:09:32 EST 2010
----- "Willard Goosey" <goosey at virgo.sdc.org> wrote:
> From: "Willard Goosey" <goosey at virgo.sdc.org>
> To: "CoCoList for Color Computer Enthusiasts" <coco at maltedmedia.com>
> Sent: Sunday, February 28, 2010 12:31:55 AM GMT -05:00 US/Canada Eastern
> Subject: Re: [Coco] testing
> On Sun, Feb 28, 2010 at 02:24:16AM +0000, wdg3rd at comcast.net wrote:
> > Another spectacular item is "Odysseus the Rebel".
> >he doesn't have to believe because he's met too many of them
> > in person.
> "Hi Grandpa. I don't believe in you."??? Sorry, I'm fussy about
> people do with my favorite Mythology.
> > The in-progress "Phoebus Krumm" is good,
> Maybe I'll check it out.
> > Unlike all of the other strips on the site, "Escape from Terra" is
> > not a single novel.
> *That* is where I'd seen that site before! Personally I didn't care
> for "Escape from Terra". I'll put up with some seriously slimey main
> characters, but I draw the line at a tax collector.
Check it out again. Guy reformed before the start of the second arc. He's a good guy now. Five pages a week, Sandy and Scott have made a lot of story. Now in the fifth arc or so, current one stars Fiorella, couple previous centered on Reg King and Bert & Ernie. And as I said in the forums there, if EFT is ever filmed, my vote to play Reginald King is Michael Dorn.
> > Oh, and for folks who can still handle text without pictures,
> > there's a tab at the top of Neil's blog on the site that gives you
> > his entire novel _Ceres_, a sequel to his Prometheus Award winner
> > _Pallas_.
> Here's some of my favorite webcomics:
Been a fan for over a decade. Have some signed strips acquired back when there were Linux shows at the Javits Center just across the Hudson.
Been a fan of Phil Foglio for about 35 years, actually. First encountered him at a Westercon (1975, I think, might have been 1976) when he and Bob Asprin were putting on the "Capture" slide show. And I want an mpeg or something of that show (not necessarily that performance), it was great.
Ward Griffiths wdg3rd at comcast.net
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