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    FoxTrot

    Check out the today's FoxTrot strip:

    FoxTrot strip

    I just thought it was kind of funny. FoxTrot is a funny comic strip (one of the best comics still going), but sometimes it has jokes that not everyone will understand, like this one, and I once saw a strip about "All Your Base". Still a good comic


    EDIT: Sorry, I didn't see the other thread about this.
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    hahaha

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    That's a good one, I like it.


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    He needs a \n at the end of the sentence otherwise they will run into each other.

    but yea it was good

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    I usually like FoxTrot. I absolutely love that strip you linked to. Hilarious and programming related
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    I read that strip once in a while.

    That one was great
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    I was going to post that too!

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    I was going to post it...only I cut it out and was going to scan it lol...
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