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Thanks guys! I'm glad people were receptive to the emotions in the comic. Even though I generally relate to a lot of what Fred feels, this time I'm definitely more like Copper, but there have been days when I start worrying about what it would be like to lose the great things about the life I live now. However, now that I'm at ease with life, I believe I would simply celebrate the things I've loved and lost, then move on. It was fun putting myself in my old, more neurotic, phase if only for a short while.
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I feel your sense of happiness over everything else, from this.
Thanks once again, Kazu.
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Wow, man that was awesome
its the truth, i do that all the time... no moment is ever good enough for me, and the sad thing is that time is fleeting.
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Than a frontal lobotomy
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Very awesome, Kazu. This is my favorite one.
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To me, this one reads like one of the sunday Calvin and Hobbes comics set during fall. I love the color of the water in this seasonal context
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gorgeous. love that bridge and tree especially
'something really witty/funny or profound here!'
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awesome one, kazu. Where do you see bright orange, crazy-leaf trees like that? I know they don't have those in LA......
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