Comic 17 - 5.1.15

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Chippewa Ghost 1st Feb 2017, 1:00 AM edit delete
Chippewa Ghost
Not the end of the chapter, but the end of the beginning of the chapter.


Thanks for reading! If you liked it, do me a favor in getting the word out and rate it “5”.


ProfEtheric 1st Feb 2017, 1:19 AM edit delete reply
I really hope that isn't something he can do for too much longer. After all, he does currently seem to be saying that to the whole dang country.

LIRverse AU idea: Tona lives a simple, easy life. On second thought, I know that fantasy doesn't fly in the LIRverse... :P
Chippewa Ghost 1st Feb 2017, 5:37 AM edit delete reply
Chippewa Ghost
Most "alt-universe" versions of Tona's life have her getting remarried and settling down with her wife far, far away from all the bullshit of Scott Walker's Wisconsin. But in none of them does she have it simple or easy.
Turb0laz3r 1st Feb 2017, 2:35 AM edit delete reply
Congratulations. This comic has the greatest title ever.
Chippewa Ghost 1st Feb 2017, 5:39 AM edit delete reply
Chippewa Ghost
It is a reference to an article for the Atlantic that Sam Christianos is writing... we'll meet up with Sam next page.

Obviously that phrase is total hyperbole, as Tona is a natural blond.
Shan 1st Feb 2017, 11:05 AM edit delete reply
Over in the Puck Universe, we had a long discussion leading to the conclusion that there was no such thing as natural blonds.

On the other hand, Satan is the mayor of the Canadian city of Hamilton, so your mileage may vary on that one.
sigpig 1st Feb 2017, 12:42 PM edit delete reply
There are a few of us CF types that also read Puck...
Shan 1st Feb 2017, 11:06 AM edit delete reply
I honestly thought the title was a riff on "Ilsa, She-Wolf of the SS".
Rulerbrain 1st Feb 2017, 2:58 AM edit delete reply
Well look at the bright side Tona, judging from the marketing, you'll get a rainbow bra/tank top thing later

Let it never be said this dystopia isn't colorful
Chippewa Ghost 1st Feb 2017, 6:40 AM edit delete reply
Chippewa Ghost
How do you know she isn't wearing it in this scene?

#layers #MS5EX
Call Me Tom 1st Feb 2017, 3:08 AM edit delete reply
Call Me Tom
Trump's sowing the seeds of his own demise here.

Edit: I meen that in fictonal Trump in the story. Real world Trump is a whole other thing.
Chippewa Ghost 1st Feb 2017, 5:41 AM edit delete reply
Chippewa Ghost
Were it only his demise.
anonymous coward 1st Feb 2017, 4:46 AM edit delete reply
Ha, my conditional either-or was right and wrong at the same time. I should've expected that Trump both wouldn't accept a no and wouldn't pay for anything.

P.S. I like the new icon. :)
Chippewa Ghost 1st Feb 2017, 6:45 AM edit delete reply
Chippewa Ghost
There's nothing brave about punching down, and there's nothing courageous about withdrawing from the challenges of the world.
anonymous coward 1st Feb 2017, 9:14 AM edit delete reply
There's also something to be said for the futility of attempting to withdraw from the challenges of the world, these days.
Nef 1st Feb 2017, 6:46 PM edit delete reply
There are many things I can do now, but it doesn't mean I should...
anonymous coward 2nd Feb 2017, 12:37 AM edit delete reply
If you're talking about hypothetical political action I can make a suggestion for a starting point:
1) Read up on the issues, history, and organizations involved. You won't know what to do and what's achievable until you know and understand the issues well.
2) Find organizations which are already aimed at your political goal to help. Help the ones that want you to volunteer, don't give any publicity to the ones that just want your money.
3) Write physical mail letters to the relevant politicians. If you don't speak up your wishes will never be heard, let alone heeded by the people that are supposed to be your representatives and public servants.
Seabiscuit 1st Feb 2017, 10:37 PM edit delete reply
Ah yeah- There's what I was expecting to hear! (read?)
Chippewa Ghost 2nd Feb 2017, 7:58 AM edit delete reply
Chippewa Ghost
Surprises and cliffhangers and random splash pages are great and all, but at some point the plot has to make some sense...