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Kai - Le Kommunique:
I speak on behalf of the Spanish Armada. - (2001-01-03)

Tony - Digital Garbage:
Game Review: Oni - (2001-01-01)

Dan - The Word:
The Electric Slide - (2001-02-28)

Jason - The Gospel According To Bigfoot:
I Can Make Geek Comics! - (2001-02-07)

Guest - Jared Goldberg:
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C: SotN (I still see the sun sometimes)
(2001-03-05 - video game)
Castlevania: SotN (still)
(2001-03-04 - video game)
Castlevania: Symphony of the Night
(2001-03-03 - video game)

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Snow Sphinx!
(2001-03-05 - Snow Mayhem)
Karaoke! @ Ichiban
(2001-02-25 - Silliness)
Fahrenheit 451
(2001-02-23 - Book)

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Chocolat
(2001-03-02 - Film)
Finding Forrester
(2001-02-23 - Film)
The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn
(2001-02-19 - Book)

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Good Bye Chunky Rice
(2001-02-26 - Comic)
Shadow of the Vampire
(2001-01-28 - Movie)
32 Stories: Optic Nerve Mini Comics
(2001-01-16 - Comic)

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March 05, 2001

We now return to our regularly scheduled strip already in progress.

Welcome to all of you who have come our way via Largo of MegaTokyo and his l33t skillz. We here at CXM are in awe of the ph33rs0m3 one-man legend. Thanks to all of the MT readers for checking out our humble strip. We hope that you enjoy it. But if you don't, we're not going to do anything about it...today. But Tony did show he was thinking ahead when he commented on the fact that MT linked us: "this is probably as close as I'll ever come to famous unless I shoot someone important." You have been warned.

My sincere apologies to all of you who attempted to access the site on Friday. Our server, maintained by the excellent DreamHost team, had a brief mysql glitch, which was eventually resolved. If you were unable to access the site, you can check out Friday's strip and news. I think we have another database move coming up shortly, but hopefully that will not affect the Funny in anyway.

While we're on the subject of ISP glitches, I have it on good authority from the crew over at EZ Board that all connection problems have been routed out and summarily destroyed. As a result, the forums should once again by fully operational. What are you waiting around here for? Shoo!

In case you missed the link on Friday, our Extras page is now open! This is the source for wallpapers, alternate strips, and pretty much anything else that we can't bludgeon into the shape of strips, news, or columns. All that it currently proves is that somebody has a crush on Optimus Prime.

I have discovered a simply awesome TV show over here. I didn't think it was possible for a country with five broadcast channels (of which we only get four) to have a show this good, due to lack of competition, but Spaced has proved me wrong. Just head down to today's Quote of the Day to see why I like it so much (edited for profanity). I will almost certainly be buying the DVD which contains the first season of this excellent show. If you like movies, sci-fi, and comic books, then this is definitely a hysterical show (all of a sudden, a good reason for being in the UK).

I've been feeling a little under the weather for the past couple of days, so that'll explain the brevity of today's newspost. We'll see you this Wednesday with weekly columns!


Dan Moren hopes Tony does not think he's important.

Quote of the Day: "The Ewoks make Jar Jar Binks look like f***ing Shaft!"


-Tim, Spaced



All text and images 2000 by Jason, Kai, Dan, Tony, and Mecha Gaijin. He WILL kick your ass. Instant superfine!
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