Overheard on Digg

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Overheard on Digg

Post by Novil » 24 Nov 2008, 21:33

Oh well, I would really like to read more good comic strips, but these two comments on Digg contain more than just a grain of truth. (At least concerning gag-a-day strips, I’m not interested in ongoing stories.)
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Re: Overheard on Digg

Post by powree » 25 Nov 2008, 02:44

What was this Digg's topic about?

Jokes is the soul of funny comics, people! :x
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Re: Overheard on Digg

Post by Novil » 29 Nov 2008, 13:49

The main entry was a strip about blogs with a similar punchline: http://digg.com/comedy/This_is_how_blog ... these_days
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Re: Overheard on Digg

Post by robert » 01 Jan 2009, 02:21

Yeah, it is sad but true. On sites like The Webcomic List, it can be really hard to sift out the few great items from the large amount of "I just discovered MS Paint"-style comics.

For a while there was a funny blog where the author really took pleasure in ripping bad comics to shreds.
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