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  1. JosephR4570 commented on Jane's World 16 days ago

    The plan was to get Jane and Dorothy together.

  2. JosephR4570 commented on Jane's World 23 days ago

    The more time she devotes to putting up these flashbacks, the less time she has for working on new strips. Check out her blog sometime – right now she’s soliciting advice about a new job for Jane. And it’s not like she has nothing else to do besides JW – I absolutely could NOT handle Paige’s workload!

    Thank you, Paige!

  3. JosephR4570 commented on Jane's World about 1 month ago

    Thanks Susan – you rock! I started reading JW several years ago. Shortly after I got hooked on Jane I caught up with everything via the archives from day one. I also have all the books and I STILL can’t keep all the flashbacks straight!

    Pun not intended, but I’ll go with it. :)

  4. JosephR4570 commented on Arlo and Janis about 1 month ago

    What happened to Meg’s purple sweater in the last frame?

  5. JosephR4570 commented on Jane's World about 1 month ago

    IMHO, NASCAR on TV IS boring. Live is another matter – then it’s LOUD and boring. Seriously, the only time I ever watched it was at a friend’s house on February 18 2001. It was pretty dull until I got to watch Dale Earhart die, then it just plain sucked. Yeah, that was some fun…

  6. JosephR4570 commented on Jane's World 2 months ago

    It’s all about the drama… :)

  7. JosephR4570 commented on Stone Soup 3 months ago

    Crap. Now I have to take JoanHelen’s advice and learn how to make it! Google, here I come…

  8. JosephR4570 commented on Jane's World 3 months ago

    What Jalitha said, ntgg. So exactly why are you here…?

  9. JosephR4570 commented on Jane's World 4 months ago

    It’s definitely the second time around – not sure when it first appeared, but it was published in JW Vol. 5 in 2006.

    I’m hoping that the three-part “New Years Eve Kiss” episode that Paige published on her blog (http://pb9.com/blog-o-rama/) is a promise of things to come, but as any author will tell you, fictional characters tend to take on a life of their own, and there’s no telling what Jane will do next.

    We’ll see…

  10. JosephR4570 commented on Rip Haywire 4 months ago

    The Code is really more like guidelines than actual rules…

    Hey, somebody had to say it!