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  1. about 7 years ago on Non Sequitur

    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.

  2. about 7 years ago on FoxTrot Classics

    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….)

  3. about 7 years ago on FoxTrot Classics

    Never knew that – that is very cool!

  4. about 7 years ago on Get Fuzzy

    Walk like a Númenórean

  5. about 7 years ago on FoxTrot Classics

    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….)

  6. over 7 years ago on Non Sequitur

    Nice artwork! Would love to see more of Jeffrey’s graphic novel tales….

  7. over 7 years ago on FoxTrot

    Ooh, I’d take the Cylon. (Traditional ’70’s style.)

  8. over 7 years ago on Doonesbury

    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….

  9. over 7 years ago on Non Sequitur

    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.

  10. over 7 years ago on FoxTrot Classics

    Harry might run into Bella Swan there (she isn’t in Forks all the time….)