985 Unstable.


Okay, new readers, for the love of all that is holy, if the site stops working, or acts weird, just change the url you’re using from .com to .net. Or vice versa depending on where you are when there is a problem. The sites are mirrored, but they can’t tell when one or the other is overloaded. You have to be aware of this. I’ve done everything I can to speed up the sites, so happy reading, and don’t be afraid to comment. Especially to praise me. XD

I have got such a splitting headache. I can’t write. I can’t drop in a background. I’ll get back to you on this one.

Writing the thing even now. Still have a headache.

I’ll say this much for Questionable Content readers. They have been well trained. Of the hundereds of thousands of people who read at least part of BF only 4 left comments. Now, it could be that more people wanted to, but the site couldn’t handle it, but I have my doubts. Some of the quicker ones realized that the dotnet exists and read it here. Barely a peep. Which is fine. I’m just saying that it’s odd because I’m used to comments being allowed. Only a very small pergentage of MY regulars comment on anything. The percentage must be miniscule for QC readers.

That said, I didn’t even know where to look on the QC site for this link everyone was talking about. Since I too am a reader there I don’t expect there to be words on the site for me to read. I look at the comic and move on. So I was like “What are you guys talking about?” until someone showed me. XD

Anyway, I randomly got a migrane today. A super bad make you want to throw up kind. So I was kind of apart from everything happening to the site, and still basically am because it’s not over. As far as I know people liked my comic, but there’s not a lot of feedback for me to look at. Strangely 2 of the three comments were mad at Ed for being mad at Carol. Which is one of those pages that tell you a lot about what kind of person the commenter is. I guess I’ll just wait and see what happens. The main site is almost impossible to get in to even now, so there’s not much I can do about anything anyway.