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Postby Savin D. Wales on Wed Aug 22, 2001 2:26 am

It has been a year since I offered any feedback, which is probably for the best. <P>"dear mr, wigu,
i love yourn comik veri much. it make me laff hardir thin anithing ihavsen so far. i live the little people talken heds and stuf. my docotor told me that laffin will help me not to listin to the bad mens."<P>Anyway, I have enjoyed watching the comic develop, and I like the changes that have occured, both within and around WIGU. Project Thingy was interesting, puzzling, and annoying, and it made me wonder just how much conspiracy literature Mr. Rowland has been reading. <P>The new art style is O.K. I don't think it's better than the previous style and it seems a bit blocky, but recently it looks like it's blending well with the old style. As a whole the art has improved tremendously, which can be seen by anyone who takes a look at the archives.<P>I really like the new story line. I can't wait to see what this uber-pop-star looks like, and what sort of AT-AT protected enclosure she'll live in. <P>Keep up the really good work, Jeff. You're part of why I stopped reading the crappy, boring, and dumb newspaper strips.<P>
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Postby jeffrey rowland on Wed Aug 22, 2001 6:28 am

Nice to see you back, Savin. I'm glad you didn't leave!<P>And, that was a heart-warming WIGU retrospective. Thank you kindly.<P>My legacy is complete. Time to retire!<P>Wait, I'm broke. Nevermind.
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