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Wednesday , August 13 , 2003

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I don't know that there's a lot I can say about today's strip, except that a ninja in a baseball cap is a visual that no sane mind should rightfully produce. It just doesn't make sense. Unless the ninja is at a baseball game, that is. And when there's a ninja at a baseball game, you kinda have to figure that someone is going to get a shuriken in the eye during the seventh-inning stretch. Stealthily.

The RAoK Forum has gotten off to a smashing start, and I look forward to more people chiming in on the various user-created topics. You want to lament the public slighting of Eugene the ninja? You can. You want to hypothesize about just what kind of thing Tyler is? You can. You want to express your love for Cecil in free verse? You can. You want to declare your intent to stalk the author? Well, guess what. It's already being done. You want to prove to the world that even beautiful ladies read silly webcomics? Please do. It's all there in the forum. I've created a permanent link to the forum in the tabs at the top of the page, so now it's not only fun, but it's also effortless. Don't you deserve something like that today?

We're still holding the #1 position on the BuzzComix top list, and we don't show much sign of slowing down. It's nothing short of awesome. I thank you again for your continued voting and support.

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