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#912: Riders of Jerk

May 14, 2014

Notes from the Manager

Related Strips: #911: Diminishing Returns

(Jason’s face in the last panel is what non-comics-reading friends of webcartoonists look like when we ask if they’ve read our comic.)

I haven’t watched much of the Riders of Berk TV series, myself. There are some interesting plots here and there, but the writing is mostly standard children’s TV fluff. It isn’t awful; I just have better things to do with my time.

The second update for the week will be late, again. My 35-page paper on the 1927 movie theater labor disputes in Minneapolis is done, and now I have a video project to do… But as I’ve said before, I’ll get caught up!


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