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#721: Tear It Down

July 23, 2012

Notes from the Manager

Related Strips: #720: You Jinxed It

To be continued on Thursday, naturally.

A couple of you have asked me what I think about the shooting in Aurora, Colorado, so I'll talk about that briefly, I guess:

I know I made light of the Philadelphia movie theater shooting a few years back, but… well, you know, nobody died there. Nobody walked into that theater thinking, "Hey, I'm going to kill a bunch of people." It seemed a different sort of situation.

I'm not going to bring this up in Multiplex in the immediate future, mostly because I'm in the middle of this zombie story, so there's no room for it, but also because I just don't want to give that little psycho any more ink. It's a terrible tragedy, and I hope the little mother fucker who inflicted it on Aurora, Colorado, gets what's coming to him, and that's all I really have to say about it right now.

Sadly enough, it may end up having to have implications on Multiplex, anyway — particularly related to the costumes and such… so it might have to come up in some fashion. But I'll worry about that when I need to.


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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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