Quixotess wrote:*grouse grouse*
Too often in this comic, the women act as non-characters who only serve to contribute to the character development or other part of life of the men. This was why I liked Choices so much--finally, a story without men to balance all the ones without women.
You seemed to have missed my post on page 1; I think it could be the girl from the choices series, in between the two periods of existence we've already witnessed. Maybe sometime after flying a kite, she went on a flight with strangers to China, where she found a wizard in a large green field that granted her the power of flight! Maybe that's just my story, or maybe yours! There is really no way of knowing! We all seem to make up our own stories, I like it that way. Except when we make up stories that make us sad, which you may have done
You should be the architect of your own reality! It's fun!
I seem to be less argumentative on the internet purely because I overwhelm myself. I read a short post, and begin writing a response. It's never immediately what I want, and as a result, I begin doing research, editing, and eventually writing a grand narrative, or a thesis, or...etc. I have a repository of probably 200+ unfinished forum replies and blog posts that probably average 500+ words each. I very rarely get to finish what I started due to work and school. I wish there was more time!
In "real life" (ha! the real/digital dichotomy!), I don't have the infinite resources of the internet (usually) at my disposal. I'm typically armed with a beer, and my meat servo (brain!). I'm the guy that sits at the back of a party or with four or five other people debating the nature and purpose of existence, government structures, global inequity, etc. By the end of the night, we typically have a small crowd of silent observers wondering how the argument will resolve; it never does. This is my type of place. The internet is just so disconnected.
Did I mention I suck at dancing?