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Man, I can't believe I've gotten so far into the archives that I'm up to the second T-shirt contest. It doesn't feel like I've been writing commentary for that long. Anyway, like I said last year, I did the T-shirt contests until I stopped selling Narbonic T-shirts. Later they were replaced with gerbil photo contests, because the gerbils sold (and sell) better than the shirts.

7 comments:
Leon Arnott (l) says:

Hard-To-Believe Fact: When you started this Narbonic commentary thing, the word "lolcat" did not exist.
Shaenon Garrity (shaenongarrity) says:
When I started this Narbonic commentary thing, Earth's landmass formed a single continent known today as Pangea.
Dave Rood (surrdave) says: Fact: My picture in the "Spot the Non-Dave" strip is now exactly half as old as my driver's licence picture.
Benjamin McCracken (angafirith) says: Wait a second. You still sell those gerbils? Where do I get one? o.o
Shaenon Garrity (shaenongarrity) says:
Dude, of course!

http://www.narbonic.com/swag.html
Leon Arnott (l) says:
"When I started this Narbonic commentary thing, Earth's landmass formed a single continent known today as Pangea."

Once again explaining your telling depiction of Earth in the Victorian serials!
Sean Riedinger (ariamaki) says:

When I started this Narbonic commentary thing, Earth's landmass formed a single continent known today as Pangea.

 

Ah, it is a good feeling to laugh as hard as I didat that line-- I have heard a lot of "I have been doing X so long that Y" statements over time, but that one is just grand.

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