December 27, 2012

To his friend...


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  1. I guess comics are 'mainstream' now? Except, they're really not. Sales are lower than ever. Man, I dunno.

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    1. Slightly higher now than in 2010 and 2011.

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    2. a lot higher than in 2011

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  2. Why was I never informed of this change? Must be a local thing, 'cause far as I can see comics are still considered nerdy.

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    1. comics = nerdy
      nerdy = cool

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    2. "nerdy" = cool only if you're an attractive girl.

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  3. What a mixed up, mumbled up, shook up world except for Lola.

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    1. la la la la looola la la la la loooo -laaaaa

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  4. Once you label me, you negate me.

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    1. Thank you Dick van Patten!

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  5. I was comic-y when comic-y wasn't cool. And if this doesn't date me.....

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  6. Words are basically losing their meaning.
    I've seen someone describe a comic as "hipster emo garbage." If I remember correctly it was something like the Adventure Time comic.
    Someone told me the other day that I'm just trying to be trendy by liking a comic that isn't popular.
    People just seem to throw out words with negative connotations without thinking about what the word is implying past "it sounds bad."

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    1. And that's so gay.

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  7. Hmm, they were always kind of mainstream here in Europe. (At least when it comesto francobelgian and Disney comics (Mainly Carl Barks and Don Rosa).

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