Leon Arnott (l) says: Some kind of "Misery" thing...? I suppose you must mean this. ladyfingers they taste just like ladyfingers
Jon W. (kd7sov) says:
(Leon, I think she's referring to the saying that "Misery loves company.")
I'm curious. Why did Narbonicons stop when Narbonic First Run did? Star Trek fanstuff didn't stop when Classic Trek ended.
Ed Gedeon (eddurd) says:
(TUNE: "Hooray For Hollywood", Richard Whiting & Johnny Mercer)
Sean Kinlin (seaking) says: Jon, I think Star Trek fan stuff didn't even start until well after the series ended. That whole fandom grew up around reruns of the show in the '70's.
fluffy <3 (fluffy) says: Goodness, Andrew looks rather young to be testing Questionable Medical Devices.
So It Begins (soitbegins) says: Very nice!
Metal Fatigue (metalfatigue) says: @seaking Incorrect. The fandom was instrumental in getting TOS uncancelled for its third season. It's true that it did not take on its present form until syndication in the 1970s, however. (Why do I know these things when I hate all things Trek? Know your enemy, I guess.)
David Bishop (teancom) says: Heh. I LOLed at the "Andrew accompanying" comment. You probably don't remember me, but a few years ago I came to SanFran for some training, and took you (and your bodyguard Andrew) out to dinner. I was so nervous about meeting an idol of mine, I'm sure I didn't make too much sense. And I could tell that Andrew was ready to karate-chop my neck at any time, if I showed signs of The Crazy... Anyway, I had a blast, and I still have the signed Narbonic books I got from you - my kids love 'em. Well, so do I, but you know what I mean.
Sor Cyress (sorcyress) says:
Reading your comic is _so much weirder_ now that I know people you know --Dirk in this case, and he looks adorable (and young!)Log In or Register to post a comment! It's free!
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