Andrew Lambdin-Abraham (kd5mdk) wrote,
Andrew Lambdin-Abraham

Wow, I just spent an entire night on this

It's an online webcomic with just over 500 strips, and it's really funny to me. It's about some Indie hipster typed living in some Northeast city, hanging out at a coffee shop, and generally being geeky. The weird thing is if I were very different, the main guy in the strip could be me. Of course, that's very different, but I could sorta see it.

I spent all night reading the archive, got through the whole thing, and can't wait to see where the story arcs lead to. I was prepared to writeup a whole summary of the characters, plot, and what they meant to me, but most of you don't care, so I won't be bothered.

Anyway, since I hardly ever post anyhow I figured I ought to say something of what I do.

Also, there's one LiveJournal and one DeadJournal reference in it. Oddly, the DeadJournal comes first.

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