The 'Rosity Comic Strip - 2-12-07
February 12, 2007 7:28 pm
Comics are a millenia's old tradition that began with berryjuice and rock walls.. Witness for yourself the next step in the evolution of pleasure-driven cuneiform: Check out this week's Rosity Comix!
Echos From A Fractured Mind by BtaraKtahn [Anna Elkins]
Tunnelrunners by JamesRoden [James Roden]
continued next week ...
The Catpack by anniemation [Janet Lynne]
The Mousecapades - Broadway "Cats" by coa
Wren Derosity - Something to Say by sparkyjones
The Smiley Faces from Outer Space by edhoover
Kuntry Life - by Nyghtwolf [Kevin Luce]
FoToonZ by Gordon_S [Gordon Syerson]
Frog Tales by frogdot
Non-Canonical by AnteriorLobe
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Hmm, bummer for Staci. Although it looks like a good day for Aiko and Hiro (if I have correctly identified the ones in background of this week's Echos From a Fractured Mind). I could point out that Gallimimus, from my own little comic, is single. I'm not sure if he is "in the market," so to speak, I confess I haven't given that much thought. Of course a Gallimimus/Staci date would run up against tradition class prejudices. Very traditional. As in mammals vs. reptiles. Personally I find the arguments on both sides of this issue to be rather tiresome: -- "You dumb reptiles stomped on us for 200 million years during the Mesozoic! Jerks!" -- "Yeah, you mammals had the same chance as we did Permian...boo hoo hoo if Cynodonts never took off." -- "Oh golly gee, such big words, must be tough for someone who doesn't have a neocortex! Hah!" -- "Ack! One little extinction event - one tiny little asteroid! - and you stupid furballs take over. You know, once we get back on top you're going to need those ear bones back in the mandible to replace the ones we break when I crush your jaw!" Prejudice is so terrible. But, at least Staci and Gallimimus are both chordates. Maybe they can find common ground by making fun of all the other phyla. Just a thought...although, now that I think about it, Gallimimus and Non-Canonical had better just steer clear of the whole issue by ignoring all possible dating combinations.