490 My Heart Will Go On.

This page really should have gone after 478.  It got lost when I shifted things around in the script and I found it later.  I might well have just dropped it, but I liked the “joke”, (he said, wiggling his fingers in the air to represent quotation marks.) and if you’ve tolerated my bullshit for this long you’re probably capable of remembering what was going on with John & Thomas before we cut away last time.  I’m not sure if I’ll ever go back and rearrange things so that the order fits as intended.  I’m not even sure if I can…  In any event this isn’t the first time something like this has happened, and it likely will not be the last. 

In other news…

The little bastard ghost in Trace Memory refuses to remember all his memories.  I’m officially getting sick of clicking things in an attempt to get him to pass on.  I keep trying because I’ve heard it said that if you recover his past that it unlocks a variant game, and if you complete that you get a special message.  It will probably be a lot of effort for very little payoff, but I feel somehow committed now.


I didn’t cry at the end of Titanic and I’m a “chick.” I save my tears for deserving characters, like the Ewok who died in “Return of the Jedi.” I’ll never forget how sad it was when the other Ewok realized that its friend was dead.

J.T. – That was soooo sad… and I don’t even like Ewoks.

“little bastard ghost”…yea, that’s how I felt when I finally broke down and looked at the gamefaqs site for assistance to find I missed one tiny little obscure thing that I would have never otherwise found.

I didn’t WATCH Titanic. Wasn’t my cup of tea, however, I did cry at the end of the first Spider Man movie. I hate to admit it but I bawled.

Dude, I watched 480 of these webcomic strips, yesterday, thinking that today I would have been able to appreciate about 100 more… But then I find out there’s only 490… And I can’t wait for you to make another one… The story is great… It just started giving some background info on the characters… Along with the romance put together, and the fact my sick mind can’t stop making up fanfics about Tom x Carol, Ed x Brooksie, or John x Nina (These 3 are my favourite pairings), I’ll have to say, that this one, is BY FAR, the best webcomic I’v ever read. Like I said, it has a great set, and besides, you draw pretty well. I guess, what I’m trying to say is that my heart cries out for the day when Ed & Brooks end up together.
So, keep ’em coming, and I’ll keep reading on, just as the title says, “My heart will go on”…

I CANT BELIEVE I GOT TO THE END ALREADY!! that is what i despise about webcomics… the waiting… and this is now my favorite… your references are AMAZING by the way… i loved the princess bride boob perfection thing earlier in the comic it stuck with me :P… anyway… i love this comic.

p.s. i cried at the end of mulan the other day when he says “the greatest gift of all is having you for a daughter”. i think i win the bad emotional reaction game.

J.T. – It’s no bad thing to be able to feel deeply. I cry at parts like that oo.

I cried in the middle of titanic, but it was because my friend bet me I couldn’t watch the entire movie without blinking.
I lost the bet. Movie took fucking forever.

Which of course begs the qustion of were they watching it together the first time or did he hear that bit of info from a friend?

Yknow what. I give up! Everybody cutting me deep with these movies that made me have the feels. Cleverly used yes but dangit cmon….i dont like having the feels….

I admit I openly wept during “Titanic”… but not for Jack, or for Rose.

It was all those poor unfortunates who went to early, icy, watery graves for no good reason. The woman lulling her children to sleep with stories knowing they were going to die… The elderly couple lying together while the water lapped around their bed (Isidore and Ida Strauss… wealthy first class passengers who refused to get on the lifeboats to make room for others)… the bodies slowly sinking into the dark water.

It cut deep. I still can’t watch it without getting all torn up.

Jake needed to die at the end, the movie wouldn’t have been even one quarter as “romantic” or financially successful if he lived.

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