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#442: Loose Ends

February 10, 2010

Notes from the Manager

Related Strips: #431: Evil to the Last Drop; #432: In the Zoned; #440: Demons of the Inner Variety, Part One; #441: Demons of the Inner Variety, Part Two

If you're coming here from StumbleUpon, for God's sake, go to the New Readers page. You're coming in on page 441 of an ongoing series. Don't think you'll be able to just jump in and know what's going on. Because you won't.

For regular readers, I just wanted to mention that you have two options for following Multiplex via Twitter: @multiplex10, which is JUST the Multiplex updates. OR, you can follow me (@gmcalpin) for Multiplex and Movie Make-out updates, other links, random rants, and whatnot. A whole lot of whatnot, as a matter of fact.

You can also follow just the Movie Make-out feed via Twitter at @moviemakeout as of today.


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