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Hello! While I definitely appreciate this series of strips on healthy eating (it is a serious issue which our culture is only half aware of, and this is a fine platform to spread awareness), I feel like I have to defend all the doctors I’ve ever met throughout my life – they have all been pro-nutrition/prevention and anti-overmedication. I’ve met lots of doctors, but never one who overprescribed because of pressures from pharma (generally they’ve been quite reluctant to give unnecessary medication); they all seem to be drawn to medicine with a genuine desire to help people, and good nutrition and healthy lifestyle has always been part of the equation they’ve put forth (I’m sure there must be exceptions, but I just haven’t run into them, and I don’t think I’m being blind.)
All that said, I do wish good health to everyone in Mr. Miller’s life; this strip seems more pointed than usual.
Bester is one of my absolute favorite villains. Instead of just being villainish, he played the part in a way that you could see things from his perspective (even if you didn’t necessarily agree). (Although you probably realize by now that Bester was not a security chief; that was Garibaldi. Bester’s role within the Earth Alliance was quite, quite different….)
Never knew that – that is very cool!
Walk like a Númenórean
You know, for a high school freshman, 9pm is a really early bedtime. Even if she got up at 6am, that is 9hrs of sleep. I never did anything remotely like that in high school (11pm or midnight was probably typical for me back then, and later once the homework really started getting heavy….)
Nice artwork! Would love to see more of Jeffrey’s graphic novel tales….
Ooh, I’d take the Cylon. (Traditional ’70’s style.)
Pretty sure too-zonked was just having fun with the expression (I think I’ve seen people make that mistake before too), given the forum discussion today….
I’d go with 3/2 for the time signature (the bass line is probably more important for defining the time signature); the treble clef line is composed of triplets (not explicitly stated, but it can be assumed). I don’t have a keyboard in front of me, but I just hummed the treble line to myself, and it actually is rather pretty (note that the root chord isn’t reached until the third beat, well sus2 anyway). I can’t read bass clef fantastically, so I would have to play that out to hear what it sounds like. (Don’t play piano, but do sing.) I can tell that if the base line is supposed to be an F clef, then the sharps are shifted a little too high, but I’m not really bothered by it.
Harry might run into Bella Swan there (she isn’t in Forks all the time….)