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Leah The Red
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Stripping by Leah The Red

December 12th, 2008 9:02 AM / Location: 36.186705,-94.21030

INSTRUCTIONS: Make a series of short comic strips and post them, at regular intervals, in a public place for all to see.


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Page one.JPG

YAY!!!!


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ALSO YAY!!!


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Page three.JPG

Page three, and....wait for it....YAY!!!


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Page four.JPG

LAST PAGE! I like the torso guy. personally, he's my favorite.


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Regular Intervals! In space, not time. Don't have enough time. Is almost finals week. AHHH! YAY! EDIT: I put these up the week before Christmas finals. They are STILL THERE the week before Summer finals! How awesome is that?



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I have no points yet, but when I do, you get some. ~Waldo
posted by Waldo Cheerio on December 12th, 2008 9:37 AM

Your comics made me laugh. The notion that people will be walking through the library corridor, stop (and lean in to peer ponderously), and laugh, then have to walk several paces to repeat the process... I am quite satisfied with the regularity of intervals, and irregularity of humor. Good luck with finals. No reading SF0 when you should be sleeping.

The Big Red X -7
posted by SF0 Daemon on December 12th, 2008 12:23 PM ↓ show bad content ↓
Iz u in my rafters, lookin at my bodiez? +1
posted by Morte on December 12th, 2008 1:24 PM

You haven't been to my work have you? That sounds suspiciously like a conversation my boss and I were having last week.

I dunno. Who's bodies? Yours or bodies you OWN??? Bum bum bum....
posted by Leah The Red on December 12th, 2008 1:50 PM

Hmm...Well, I was suddenly inspired by the first page, which I finished a year ago and conveniently forgot, and then the other four pages kinda just fell into place. So, unless I'm secretly psychic to mySELF (which would be awesome, don't get me wrong) I don't think so. Oh, just to clarify, you were talking about stick people having disturbingly interchangeable appendages, right?

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posted by susy derkins on December 12th, 2008 5:11 PM

Morte as one of the stick figures, most likely the coolest one.

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posted by Mister Opinion on December 12th, 2008 6:34 PM

I'm pretty sure that even T can tell the difference between a leg and an arm. Unless you wrap them in tinfoil and butcher paper before you put them in the freezer?

"What is this?" "I have no idea, but either way, it'll make a fine soup."

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posted by Morte on December 14th, 2008 1:55 PM

No, I was talking about whether or not a certain limb part was a leg or an arm. It was a mid section and frozen, so we couldn't tell if it was an elbow or a knee.

It was eventually established to be an elbow.

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posted by Mister Opinion on December 15th, 2008 8:15 AM

I would have thought the patella would have been obvious, but I could see how it might not have.

Que???
posted by Leah The Red on December 15th, 2008 2:20 PM

Where? where did you find a limb wrapped in tinfoil? I may be going insane, but i still notice things like this. and frozen? how did i not notice that when i read it before????

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posted by Morte on December 15th, 2008 2:55 PM

I work as an embalmer at a body donation facility. We occasionally have frozen limbs (which we seal in foodsaver bags) and sometimes the way they freeze the skin sets weird and it's hard to tell what it is unless there's a hand or a foot attached.

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posted by Leah The Red on December 19th, 2008 12:58 PM

woah. that's hardcore. like donation to science kind of donation?? that's the only kind i can think of. i wanted to be a coroner when i was in eighth grade.

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posted by Morte on December 19th, 2008 5:41 PM

Yes, we provide medical cadavers to all of the medical schools in IL,and occaisonally to police departments.

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posted by Leah The Red on October 3rd, 2009 7:49 PM

Wow, that's cool.