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#383: A Shoulder to Cry On

August 10, 2009

Notes from the Manager

Related Strips: #382: A Good Thrashing

So I got in a car accident yesterday. Nobody was hurt, but my car is pretty effed up. I won't be financially ruined by any means (I was grumpy and kidding about donations when I tweeted about this earlier — not that I'd turn them down — but I am insured, so it won't be too bad) and it shouldn't affect my deadlines on Multiplex.

sigh

Anyway, I'm working on getting a Mutliplex Merch store set up (and stocked with… you know, merch) in the near future. A couple of T-shirts are heading to the printer, I'll be getting some buttons made, and I'm open to suggestions for anything else. Sorry, a book is not possible yet; I'm still working on the material for the second eBook, which will eventually get collected into a print book, so it's still a long way off.


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