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  1. Eric Seems Very Tired says:

    Calling me creepy to make yourself feel better doesn’t make your comics any less terrible.

  2. Eric says:

    No, it’s not that. I’ve had trolls in the past but none have been as obsessive and, well, creepy.

    Be cool.

  3. SPOILER ALERT says:

    I’m pretty sure there are other guys on here not me. It’s almost like I’m not the only one who thinks you’re a hack.

  4. Steve says:

    A hack is someone who is incompetent, they blame others for the failures that are pinned on them. When an issue occurs their first reaction is to pick the quickest answer that is most expedient….and often wrong (“IT WAS THAT INTERNET VIDEO!”). A hack is someone who doesn’t really have the experience needed to do the job they have. Yes that describes “our dear leader” perfectly.
    The good thing about all you termites crawling out of the woodwork is knowing you’re exposing yourself for what you truly are, destructive to America, put down the koolaid and drink your propylene glycol and borax, toolbag!

  5. Dictionary says:

    hack

    noun
    1.
    a person, as an artist or writer, who exploits, for money, his or her creative ability or training in the production of dull, unimaginative, and trite work; one who produces banal and mediocre work in the hope of gaining commercial success in the arts:

    As a painter, he was little more than a hack.

  6. Steve is not so smart says:

    Poor kid, you’ll graduate elementary school one of these days.

    (NO ONE TELL HIM HE WON’T. I’M SPARING HIS FEELINGS.)

  7. A thought says:

    Perhaps you should take a month off from the strip. If this is the best you can come up with after a whole week. I’d hate to see what a rushed comic is.

  8. admin says:

    Yeah, slow week. I just got back from France. I’m still trying to catch up. If you hit a nerve I could have deleted your comment.

    Come on, seriously, are you in school still? Are you an aspiring writer? An English major, no doubt.

  9. JDoors says:

    I think the ‘toon says it perfectly (though to be fair, with warnings coming in from all over the globe every single day, it’s unlikely any admin. could have foreseen or prevented this attack).

    So, Eric, what’s up? Why feed trolls? You OK? : )

  10. admin says:

    I don’t know why I feed them sometimes. Genuine concern for my fellow man.

    And I’m interested. From what I’ve been able to glean from his comments, the way he writes and behaves, I get the sense that he is, or was, an English major. I’m positive about that. I think he wants to be a writer or a creative type. His writing style made me think he’s still in college but he seems too angry to be a college age kid, too obsessive. I’d say he’s about eight to ten years removed from college- he still has some youthful vigor, but the bitter reality of unattainable goals is starting to settle over him. That’s an unattractive blend. It breeds resent and anger and the type of behavior he displays here.

    Maybe I’ve been watching too much of that Sherlock Holmes series on BBC.

  11. Eric the Mad says:

    “If you hit a nerve I could have deleted your comment.”

    You have deleted them before. You’re legitimately mad and that’s hilarious.

  12. This occurred to me says:

    The first time you’ve ever been funny is when you’re getting angry over not being funny. Aaaah-Hahahahahahah!

  13. Steve says:

    When these people look up all they see are floor joists, water pipes, and the stairs up to the first floor of their parents house. The sad thing is they’re all still in their parents basement due to their “dear leaders” ineffective leadership. It’s sad really, they’ve grown accostomed to it.

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