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« Reply #11280 on: March 11, 2019, 11:45:47 pm »

I had hoped that the comic would resume, or at the very least give us the end of the damn story even in text format at the least. Since this last interlude began its like Jenny doesnt even want to do the comic anymore and its hard to be enthusiastic about it. I stop in every week on monday to see if theres anything, but its kinda sad just seeing that damn bird. Ill still stop in until the site goes dark. Im just having a problem having a sense of humor about it. Yknow?
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« Reply #11281 on: March 26, 2019, 04:12:20 pm »

I don't disagree, but it seems like she's been through a lot and she isn't the same person who started the comic all those years ago. I started reading it a long time ago, not even nearly as long as some of the other people here; but long enough to me atleast.

Jenny did some great stuff: she had a fantastic work of art she was kind enough to share to this wonderful community she had found around her art but at the end of the day she doesn't owe us to post the rest of the story. If she were truly to end it I would hope that she would make a post so we could thank her for all she's done. This comic and forum has really helped me over the years when I was active and I'm sure its helped other people too.

TLDR; If she's done, she's done. As a fellow Canadian I appreciate all she has accomplished and she should be proud too, but I don't feel like she owes us a story, maybe just a chance to say thanks.
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« Reply #11282 on: March 26, 2019, 04:23:04 pm »

I'm also replying to myself because huff my duff.

PP:I feel like I'm slowly dying. I was promoted at work but its basically them giving me enough work for 2 people and I'm really struggling. On top of that while I love my wife and 2 kids I feel like by the time I finally finish everything concerning them and try to get those 5 minutes for me to relax I'm already asleep. I feel like I'm losing what makes me me, even if I wasnt so sure about that to begin with. I just joined a gym to try and help destress and be healthy and I think its just stressing me out more. I'm stuck working 2 jobs, I'm just this person who gets pushed and pulled through the day and I have absolutely no life. Even typing this I should have been making dinner for my family. My friends are all non-existant because they all have better people to spend time with.

The best thing I've been able to do is vent at a long forgotten forum. I'm just so tired.






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« Reply #11283 on: March 26, 2019, 06:12:52 pm »

Wow.

Check this out. 
You have a wife and kids that love you. 
You are considered valuable and effective at your job.
I think that probably a lot of people think you're a solid, decent, likeable person.

You're working your ass off. 
You feel like "butter, spread over too much bread"...only without the One Ring (well, who needs that?!).
Not to minimize what you're pull off (which is impressive), but that's happening a lot nowadays.
I'm still trying to figure out that puzzle.  I think it has to do with getting enough sleep.

The gym was a good idea, incidentally.
I've tried it.  You can guess what happened.
I've found I like doing body-weight exercises at home more.
If you have an XBox360 with the Kinect, there's a "game" called Nike+ which WILL kick your ass.
The important thing is not to get injured.  Ever.  Push it occasionally, of course.

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« Reply #11284 on: April 02, 2019, 06:31:41 am »

PP: A spammer slipped through the defense grid.
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« Reply #11285 on: April 02, 2019, 06:20:40 pm »

PP: First day in my new work position yesterday and I had to pull the fire alarm and evacuate the building for thr first time in 30 years due to a transformer burning out in our mechanical room. Awesome.
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« Reply #11286 on: April 03, 2019, 09:08:17 am »

1st day on the job?
Pulling the Fire Alarm?!

That's a 10/10 day!  Cheesy
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« Reply #11287 on: April 10, 2019, 06:05:14 pm »

I work in a 40ish story office building. It had been evacuated recently because someone used too much air refresher in the bathroom, which activated the fire alarm xD
If I dropped something that caused the whole building to be evacuated, I'd be proud Cheesy
btw hi everyone, havent been here in a while.
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« Reply #11288 on: April 10, 2019, 06:40:59 pm »

So far this year I've already had to call the fire department and the ambulance already. Now I just need the cops to round out the 3.

PP: I definetly think Ottawa is cursed and my job is DEFINETLY cursed. This fucking place is falling apart around me lol.
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« Reply #11289 on: April 12, 2019, 04:20:45 pm »

Cursed.

Can a place/object even be cursed in a non-animist reality?

Tangent:  Are zombies cursed?
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« Reply #11290 on: December 10, 2019, 09:00:34 am »

PP:

Well its been awhile since the last post. My job got continually worse so I left it, moved my entire family to my In-laws who practically begged us to move to them, got promptly ignored and somehow still treated like shit by them, moved my family back to my parents house where there was a bit more spcace, my wife had a miscarriage two days before my 27th birthday, turned 27, wife started a new job and I've been a stay-at home father for a week and a bit now.

This year has really fucking sucked, like so much. I have some friends in town but they're busy with their own lives and I feel like I'm just slowly slipping away from not having anybody to talk to since not even my friends know what this all feels like. I just keep trying to put myself into my hobbies more and more but it just feels so empty and pointless. I try really hard to make my wife feel better because I know she's hurting so much but I just feel like theres nothing I can do other than post on this long dead website for something thats never coming back.
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« Reply #11291 on: December 10, 2019, 12:14:46 pm »

Technically, this site is Undead.

The minds are still inhabiting this apparent corpse of a site, still hoping beyond hope that the soul might return.

You, my friend, are far from dead.  This point is just a lull, a short break, that sets up the next step.
Use it to build some stability, some skills, or some woodcrafts (bookshelves are always good), and pursuing those stability-building efforts will bring you into contact with other like-minded individuals.  (And sometime in-duh-viduals....avoid these.)

Personally, I did the workworking thing; I advise borrowing the tools and talking with the owner.  It works out great.  Metal workings is also cool...and it is literally metal.  If you are a computer geek, you already know there's more out there than you can learn.  It's all about prioritizing what you want to learn, and building connections as you chase.   Don't forget to involve your wife in your pursuits, and update her on EVERYTHING....no matter how painful.

Best wishes!
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