2011 Inner Line.
Usually I can’t convince myself to sleep but today I couldn’t stop. I have had my sleep interrupted for 3 days in a row. Tornados on sunday, throwing out carpet on Monday, & a video call from my nephew today. Now my body is telling me to sleep in ways I recognize instead of the usual random weeping or whatever other bullshit it was doing for the past 5 years. Even now I need to get up and do stuff, but my brain is sleepy. If I go back to sleep I’m going to end up with a headache. On the other hand, the novelty of being recognizably sleepy is very tempting.
Carol’s face while laying down the law (?) in panel three is great.
panel 3 – circle got a little dyslexic :D
You misspelled circle in panel 2.
Maybe your body will use this system more often later.
Well, hey. A circle is just a line that’s bent back around.
It’s all math – trigonometry to be exact.
A circle can be defined by two points – one at it’s centre and one anywhere along it’s circumference.
Three points can do the same if plotted along it’s circumference.
That’s a weird, but interesting way, for a nerd to pick up a girl. “Hey baby. Did you know you’re the focal point upon which my plotted point rotates?”
A lotta women in my town will have me arrested…if I go around flirting…and talking about my ” plotted point “! XD
I would imagine Nina’s pretty much in there as well. Somewhat, at least.
Never waste a sleepportunity!
Thanks for putting a drawing of Jo, w/ Evrina’s body, on twitter. :)
Jo looks good, with that look.
I’m not on Twitter – so did Jess like the look, as Jo thought? Ü
In the pic- Jo is wearing a small smirk, + pretty much looks like Evrina, on page 2007, in panel one.
You can see page 2007, here:
Sadly, Jess is not in the Jo-with-Evrina’s-type-of-body pic. ^^;;
Hee, hee, hee!
Another option is-
you can see the picture, by looking at Jackie’s twitter account.
Pardon me if you already have done this type of thing, but-
you can see someone’s twitter account, without having your own twitter account. C’est tout.
I laughed way too much at “As part of your so called circle, I’m taking my role seriously.”
Three years later, I’m going through the archives, and I get to make my nerd joke. Some grumpy mathematicians were arguing about the correct name for a polygon with two sides. One suggested the obvious Greek term, but the rest disagreed because they couldn’t let bigons be bigons.