May 27, 2005

The 5 suggested ways to leave your lover are:

1) You just slip out the back, Jack.
2) Make a new plan, Stan.
3) You don�t need to be coy, Roy, Just get yourself free.
4) Hop on the bus, Gus. (You don�t need to discuss much)
5) Just drop off the key, Lee. And get yourself free.

And frankly, I'm being generous with the "Just set yourself free" advice given to Roy. It's not very detailed.

In other news, I'm going to be moving to Boston. This is a big deal for me, because I've never been further east than Wyoming my whole life (With the exception of a Europe trip made when I was too young to remember). But I got a very good offer from a company there to do basically the same thing I do now, but for a lot more money. Today will be my last day at Centerscore, and I leave it with a heavy heart. I was their first employee, and I have grown an attachment to the place unlike any other company I've ever worked for. I'm really going to miss it.

Moving to Boston will be particularly interesting, cause I'm afraid to fly. I don't really want to drive 3000 miles, and it would cost more to ship my car than to buy a new one of equal value. So I will show up in Boston homeless, carless, at a train station. Basically, I'm going to be a 19th century immigrant. I'm even (half) Irish. It all fits.

Anyway, I hate to say it, but C&A is going to have a very significant downtime while I move. I don't know the exact dates yet, but you should all be ready for about a 3-week downtime in the comic. When the time comes, I'll make the date it will restart very clear, and will throw you some cheesecake.

Finally, there are four new pieces of fanart to see. Submitted by Frank Bartunek, the irrepressible Man in Black, and uh... I lost the name of the person who sent the other one (blush).


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