Chapter 4: Page 118
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118 - Yellow Ribbon
Posted on 2008-03-03 00:00:56

Recently we've received an email from Scott Lake, of Yellow Ribbon of Kentucky, who would like us to help him promote his group. They're part of the larger group, an international organization dedicated to helping increase understanding of suicide and how to help people who are feeling suicidal. So, if you're in or around Kentucky, or just interested in helping out, then give them a look.

Original script for 03-03-2008:
This script may not match the finished comic! It will, however, contain the original spelling errors and other mistakes.
Sammie: Well shit. Is that all? Surprised they didn't just take us all out back and put a few rounds in us of the lead variety.
Charlie: [stands tall] Be thankful they even came at all. Perhaps we should learn a lesson from all this, we won't always have ARC's limited resources to fall back on--Katie wouldn't be here right now if it wasn't--
Jenny: Whatever, I know, you're the hero of the fucking hour.
Charlie: I didn't--
Jenny: Sure you saved the day. But don't think that this changes anything--what you did--what you really are.
Katie: Jenny?
[Jenny stops in mid sentence, her anger fades when she sees Katie. The small girl is clumsily holding the papers Jenny had dropped when Maureen threw her against the wall. Jenny takes them, you see the same Milo Ritter scratched out on the form, Jenny's name is written messily underneath.]
Jenny: Katie...I'm--
Katie: It's okay. [The girl gives her a weak smile, she looks rather ill]
Jenny: [Holds the papers close and begins to walk away] I'm glad you're okay. [Jenny makes her way down the hall, leaving the three standing there. Charlie watches her leave with a sad face.]