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#271: Seems Like Old Times, Part Two

August 20, 2008

Notes from the Manager

Related Strips: #268: Old School, Part One; #269: Old School, Part Two; #270: Seems Like Old Times, Part One

Those of you read Stripped Books know how I like to shift up my art style now and then, and I’ve been meaning to do that in Multiplex for fake movies — or, like this, flashbacks — for some time. (I suppose I sort of did it in #235.) I’ve just never done any other flashbacks (besides #235), and on the few occasions I’ve done fake movies in the past, I haven’t had time to play around figuring out a different style.

So anyway, James’s flashback (and this three-parter) will conclude on Friday, with some more of the Regal Theater. 

Since I added this late Monday, here it is again: The Playing in Peoria Podcast chatted with me about Multiplex, movies, and the greatest movie Robert Downey Jr. will never star in the other day, and you can check it out online now or download it directly from iTunes. Give their other shows a listen, too, because — being co-hosted by a bunch of comedians — the shit is hysterical. I highly recommend episodes 8 and 14.


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Thursday, April 14, 2016

Syd

It’s only been a couple of months since I said goodbye to Punk and today my fiancée Karyn and I had to say goodbye to her cat Sydney. Like Punk, she was eighteen years old and had multiple long-term health issues.

I only knew her for the last eight of her years, and although we had a contentious start, and she never got along with Punk, we grew to have a special bond. In the last few months, she would sit on me as I slept and be the first thing I saw almost every morning. She was a very sweet, ridiculously affectionate cat, and we will both miss her.

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