592 Dumbass.


Spent the better part of the day rooting around inside my computer with my mom.  The rest so far has been spent convincing it that it hasn’t been broken, but upgraded.  I have finally convinced it of this…  I think.  At the very least I can type and use the internet.  So far, as they say, so good.

I did manage to seperate out the art posts from the actual comic archive.  If you read from page one you should only see pages of the comic.  That said, the only way to see the art posts now is to find one in the archive and navigate to it from the latest one listed…  For some reason the Super Carol comic won’t show in the archive list, but it IS still there.  You just have to navigate to it from another art post.  It’s the only art post that’s like that.  It is possible that all the ones from here on will be that way unless I figure out how to fix it.  Still, the comic is the main thing, and that seem to be functioning normally, as far as I can tell anyway.

The stuff happening in the comic was written a long time ago, and having experienced a lot of microwave mishaps are true to my life.  That said, I actually looked up the abilities of microwaves just to see is you could still do this, at least in theory.  I was satisfied that this could indeed happen if you are an idiot, like Reggie, and just started heating a moist shirt without taking care not to do it for too long at a stretch.

The worst fire I ever started in a microwave was a glazed doughnut.   I’m not even sure exactly how it ignited, but it filled the entire apartment with smoke.  Luckily the microwave survived to heat other things for me.  Things including leftover French fries which I caught on fire somehow.  The second worst fire I ever started in a microwave.  I haven’t started a fire in a microwave in a couple of years, but my failure rate predicts that I’m due for one again soon.  It could potentially be microwave popcorn which I will set on fire.  The third worst fire I ever started in a microwave was popcorn, and it was the easiest to do.  Although they were all easy to do, if I’m honest.

In a final note, Fes, who fixed up the site last week, lost his brother over the weekend.  And I don’t mean at the mall or someplace.  T^T  Of course the only thing you can do when tragedy strikes like that is be there for your friends.  So, if you can, be there for him.