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In appreciation for Jeph's work
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Re: In appreciation for Jeph's work
« Reply #1 on: 19 Nov 2010, 16:05 »

There are people there who can help. :police:
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Re: In appreciation for Jeph's work
« Reply #2 on: 19 Nov 2010, 16:13 »

 :psyduck:


I see this thread dying in short order. Perhaps the entire forum.
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Re: In appreciation for Jeph's work
« Reply #3 on: 19 Nov 2010, 17:15 »

Just thought it might be warranted, in light of Jeph's extreme behaviour in his own forum today. Also part of a pattern where he posts incoherent "AGULUGALUGH" type comments along with the comics, especially when he does so at four in the morning.
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Re: In appreciation for Jeph's work
« Reply #4 on: 19 Nov 2010, 17:37 »

Just thought it might be warranted, in light of Jeph's extreme behaviour in his own forum today. Also part of a pattern where he posts incoherent "AGULUGALUGH" type comments along with the comics, especially when he does so at four in the morning.

Today's behaviour was rather extreme, but I'd consider it normal to have to let off some steam after an extremely stressful week (The form in which he did that is debatable, but oh well). I can only imagine the amount of e-mails and other types of messages he got, let alone the content. Reading the newsposts, I'd even say that it wasn't easy for him to actually draw this storyline either. But who am I to try and look into his head? Even if he was in fact drunk today, so what? Isn't a person allowed to be drunk sometimes?

Because - from the limited amount of stuff I know about him through his twitter feed and his news posts - Jeph doesn't seem to be a regular drinker, or to regularly drink himself into a stupor for that matter. Just minutes before posting those 4AM comics, Jeph was coherent enough to put the texts into the speech bubbles and to use whatever kind of security credentials he has to provide to get into the administrative part of this website. I'd assume he puts "AGHUAHAGUAGL" as the news post if he just doesn't have something else to say.

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Re: In appreciation for Jeph's work
« Reply #5 on: 19 Nov 2010, 17:48 »

Extreme? He just posted a row of freaky images in a thread.

Extreme would've been spamming the shit out of every thread with those. With more gore. Then shutting down the board entirely.
Extreme was the amount of stupid in that comic talk.
Extreme is the rage I would have felt in his shoes.
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Re: In appreciation for Jeph's work
« Reply #6 on: 19 Nov 2010, 18:11 »

To the Original Poster:

Extreme is going to be his response to this.

The man puts his heart and soul into this comic,  these characters are as much a part of his daily life as his wife and family.   

He more or less just ended a major story arc on a rather sad note... then comes in here and finds people behaving like absolute morons.   WORSE that that actually.

I would have closed down the forum and posted a gigantic middle finger for everyone.... but that's just me.


Anyway I'd get your sorry ass back in here and edit  your comments before he bans you from the fucking UNIVERSE.       
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Re: In appreciation for Jeph's work
« Reply #7 on: 19 Nov 2010, 18:45 »

Why, whatever do you mean? I'm merely concerned for the man's health, is all.
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Re: In appreciation for Jeph's work
« Reply #8 on: 19 Nov 2010, 18:55 »

Really! 

C'mon guys, someone misinterprets something, tries to be helpful, and people jump on him like he's at fault?  

Jeph didn't shut down the WCDT anyway.  And the thread he created to blow off steam in was pretty harmless.  He was lurking in the chaos, somehing we all suspect (or hope) he does, and I imagine he was stunned by the vitriol that was flowing so freely.  

But hey, whose idea was it to fix the notification bot on the week of hella drama?  It could've waited!   :roll:

And some of the n0obs had some decent insights.  Not many, but I don't think many were intentional trolls, either.  A few goblins (like trolls, only smaller and not as smart), but I think the real problem was the sheer volume.  

Now that the WCDT's been shattered into a few dozen smaller threads, dissipating all the heat, we'll see who decides to stay.  

Where's that "welcome wagon" basket of mine?  
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Re: In appreciation for Jeph's work
« Reply #9 on: 19 Nov 2010, 19:12 »


He more or less just ended a major story arc on a rather sad note... then comes in here and finds people behaving like absolute morons.   WORSE that that actually.

I would have closed down the forum and posted a gigantic middle finger for everyone.... but that's just me.


I'm not about to dispute the presence of a high number of morons in the Weekly Comic Thread, but I've never quite understood why this is something that bothers Jeph (and, apparently, you) to the degree that it does.  It's not his job to make people interpret his comic correctly.  Shutting down a discussion thread due to its going in a direction you don't approve of strikes me as roughly similar to an author showing up at a book club meeting and saying, "You're interpreting my book ALL WRONG!  This meeting is over - everyone out!"
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Re: In appreciation for Jeph's work
« Reply #10 on: 19 Nov 2010, 20:44 »


He more or less just ended a major story arc on a rather sad note... then comes in here and finds people behaving like absolute morons.   WORSE that that actually.

I would have closed down the forum and posted a gigantic middle finger for everyone.... but that's just me.


I'm not about to dispute the presence of a high number of morons in the Weekly Comic Thread, but I've never quite understood why this is something that bothers Jeph (and, apparently, you) to the degree that it does.  It's not his job to make people interpret his comic correctly.  Shutting down a discussion thread due to its going in a direction you don't approve of strikes me as roughly similar to an author showing up at a book club meeting and saying, "You're interpreting my book ALL WRONG!  This meeting is over - everyone out!"

No, but people are taking things way too far with this. Yes, it's a little soap opera webcomic of our own here, but seriously, people are taking it way too far with their psycho-analysing here.
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Re: In appreciation for Jeph's work
« Reply #11 on: 19 Nov 2010, 20:55 »

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Re: In appreciation for Jeph's work
« Reply #12 on: 19 Nov 2010, 22:13 »



Well I missed the whole mess, what was the problem here? People reporting other people comments? Or just the whole discussion about the recent events on the comic?
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Re: In appreciation for Jeph's work
« Reply #13 on: 20 Nov 2010, 00:00 »

It's guys like the OP here that keep those of us in the Dickbroom Brigade going strong. Way to show your ass, ass.
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Re: In appreciation for Jeph's work
« Reply #14 on: 20 Nov 2010, 09:29 »



Well I missed the whole mess, what was the problem here? People reporting other people comments? Or just the whole discussion about the recent events on the comic?

The whole mess was someone let the pigs out of the farm, they ate everything, pooped all over each other, then ate each other, and them pooped on themselves.
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Re: In appreciation for Jeph's work
« Reply #15 on: 20 Nov 2010, 10:28 »


He more or less just ended a major story arc on a rather sad note... then comes in here and finds people behaving like absolute morons.   WORSE that that actually.

I would have closed down the forum and posted a gigantic middle finger for everyone.... but that's just me.


I'm not about to dispute the presence of a high number of morons in the Weekly Comic Thread, but I've never quite understood why this is something that bothers Jeph (and, apparently, you) to the degree that it does.  It's not his job to make people interpret his comic correctly.  Shutting down a discussion thread due to its going in a direction you don't approve of strikes me as roughly similar to an author showing up at a book club meeting and saying, "You're interpreting my book ALL WRONG!  This meeting is over - everyone out!"

The thing is, unless Jeph is lying to us, Jeph didn't shut down the discussion thread.  The shutdown of the WCDT was apparently because someone (not Jeph) was reporting the posts of people s/he disagreed with or didn't like to the moderators, who got annoyed and decided to pre-emptively shut the whole thing down so they wouldn't be bothered by it.  Or that's how I read the final post by "est" in there.
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Re: In appreciation for Jeph's work
« Reply #16 on: 20 Nov 2010, 10:33 »

Well, hate to burst the bubble of those who predicted I'd be banned "from the universe," or that Jeph would shut the forum down, or (as made by one of the same hysterical posters in another thread) that he'd stop doing the comic, all because of my post. But hey, looks like none of that's happened.

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SO COOL STORY BROS
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(But hey, at least I made one person run crying off to his mommy.)
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Re: In appreciation for Jeph's work
« Reply #17 on: 20 Nov 2010, 11:15 »

Well, hate to burst the bubble of those who predicted I'd be banned "from the universe," or that Jeph would shut the forum down, or (as made by one of the same hysterical posters in another thread) that he'd stop doing the comic, all because of my post. But hey, looks like none of that's happened.

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SO COOL STORY BROS
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(But hey, at least I made one person run crying off to his mommy.)

Thats one confirmed kill alright.
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Re: In appreciation for Jeph's work
« Reply #18 on: 20 Nov 2010, 11:27 »

(But hey, at least I made one person run crying off to his mommy.)

Point of pride?  Fucked up, dude.  He said things you didn't like, you said things he didn't like.  Lots of people said things lots of other people didn't like.  Doesn't mean you should take someone's frustration with the forum as a sign of personal victory. 

If you don't appreciate being called a troll, maybe you should stop acting like one.   
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Re: In appreciation for Jeph's work
« Reply #19 on: 20 Nov 2010, 11:37 »

(But hey, at least I made one person run crying off to his mommy.)

Point of pride?  Fucked up, dude.  He said things you didn't like, you said things he didn't like.  Lots of people said things lots of other people didn't like.  Doesn't mean you should take someone's frustration with the forum as a sign of personal victory. 

If you don't appreciate being called a troll, maybe you should stop acting like one.   

If he had personally insulted the guy and added nothing more, he'd be a troll.
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Re: In appreciation for Jeph's work
« Reply #20 on: 20 Nov 2010, 11:47 »

Pretty sure that's what that post was all about, but maybe I'm missing something. 

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Re: In appreciation for Jeph's work
« Reply #21 on: 20 Nov 2010, 13:45 »


The thing is, unless Jeph is lying to us, Jeph didn't shut down the discussion thread.  The shutdown of the WCDT was apparently because someone (not Jeph) was reporting the posts of people s/he disagreed with or didn't like to the moderators, who got annoyed and decided to pre-emptively shut the whole thing down so they wouldn't be bothered by it.  Or that's how I read the final post by "est" in there.


Don't worry, I'm well aware that Jeph wasn't the one that closed the WCT, so I'm not holding it against him (though I'm a bit disappointed that the mod took the easy way out rather than, you know, moderating the thread).  But it's a pretty well-known fact that Jeph hates the WCTs (though not to the point of closing them entirely), and I don't understand where that hate comes from.  I think I'd find it almost flattering that people were passionate enough about my creation to have those sorts of discussions.  Would he rather that his comics were so dull and one-dimensional that we couldn't have discussions like that?  I doubt it.


No, but people are taking things way too far with this. Yes, it's a little soap opera webcomic of our own here, but seriously, people are taking it way too far with their psycho-analysing here.


Why is that a problem for anyone but those doing the psycho-analyzing?  Sure, some of the folks that post in the WCTs should probably turn off the computer and go outside for a bit, but it's not the Dickbroom Brigade's (or Jeph's, for that matter) job to make them do that.
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Re: In appreciation for Jeph's work
« Reply #22 on: 20 Nov 2010, 14:04 »

zagraf, I wasn't even going to drink today, but now I am going to drink. The entire bottle of whiskey in the freezer. Because of you. ARE YOU PROUD OF YOURSELF
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Re: In appreciation for Jeph's work
« Reply #23 on: 20 Nov 2010, 20:22 »

Don't worry, I'm well aware that Jeph wasn't the one that closed the WCT, so I'm not holding it against him (though I'm a bit disappointed that the mod took the easy way out rather than, you know, moderating the thread).  But it's a pretty well-known fact that Jeph hates the WCTs (though not to the point of closing them entirely), and I don't understand where that hate comes from.  I think I'd find it almost flattering that people were passionate enough about my creation to have those sorts of discussions.  Would he rather that his comics were so dull and one-dimensional that we couldn't have discussions like that?  I doubt it.
you don't understand why he hates it. it's because people are being assholes to each other over who's right about what's going to happen. It's not that they're passionate it's that they're flaming the hell out of each other over fiction. it's the same with insufferable hardcore trek fans.
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Re: In appreciation for Jeph's work
« Reply #24 on: 20 Nov 2010, 22:32 »

Oh man you guys. Oh jeez.
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Re: In appreciation for Jeph's work
« Reply #25 on: 20 Nov 2010, 22:32 »

Just out of curiosity, how is this different from criticism over the music put out by various bands that Jeph's put out in the strip over the years?

His making fun of the drummer guy from Arcade Fire is no different than someone saying they think Dora's a bitch.

Of course, he'd probably just quote Pen in 1289: "Yes, but see, they're wrong."
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Re: In appreciation for Jeph's work
« Reply #26 on: 20 Nov 2010, 22:36 »

 I can't say how Jeph thinks, because I am not Jeph, but I think Jeph doesn't care much if people don't like what he writes. It isn't a criticism issue.
 
 I think he just doesn't like all of you people obsessively arguing over the internet about comic characters that don't exist. Not to mention your disturbing, weeaboo-level desires for every character to bang and be naked.
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Re: In appreciation for Jeph's work
« Reply #27 on: 20 Nov 2010, 22:43 »

Just out of curiosity, how is this different from criticism over the music put out by various bands that Jeph's put out in the strip over the years?

His making fun of the drummer guy from Arcade Fire is no different than someone saying they think Dora's a bitch.

Of course, he'd probably just quote Pen in 1289: "Yes, but see, they're wrong."

I don't think he was making fun of him...
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Re: In appreciation for Jeph's work
« Reply #28 on: 20 Nov 2010, 22:46 »

Not to mention your disturbing, weeaboo-level desires for every character to bang and be naked.
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Re: In appreciation for Jeph's work
« Reply #29 on: 20 Nov 2010, 22:47 »

That is hands down (and ass up) the best summary for what I mean.
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Re: In appreciation for Jeph's work
« Reply #30 on: 21 Nov 2010, 11:34 »

If you don't appreciate being called a troll, maybe you should stop acting like one.   

BAHAHAHA ARE YOU EVER A MORON

THE WHOLE FUCKING CONCEPT OF THIS THREAD WAS TROLLING

OR HAVE YOU NEVER SEEN A TROLL FEIGN INNOCENCE BEFORE ("Why, whatever do you mean" should've tipped you off)

BAHAHAHAHA ANOTHER PERSON BUTTHURT
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Re: In appreciation for Jeph's work
« Reply #31 on: 21 Nov 2010, 12:54 »

So there's a Yelling Bird impersonator on the QC forums now...
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Re: In appreciation for Jeph's work
« Reply #32 on: 21 Nov 2010, 19:03 »

If you don't appreciate being called a troll, maybe you should stop acting like one.   

BAHAHAHA ARE YOU EVER A MORON

THE WHOLE FUCKING CONCEPT OF THIS THREAD WAS TROLLING

OR HAVE YOU NEVER SEEN A TROLL FEIGN INNOCENCE BEFORE ("Why, whatever do you mean" should've tipped you off)

BAHAHAHAHA ANOTHER PERSON BUTTHURT

Butthurt? 

[looks around back]

No, mine's fine, thanks.  You on the other hand, with what you claim was feigned, seemed upset by being called a troll.  It was just some friendly advice. 

I should've known better, yeah, but mocking me doesn't hurt me

'cause you're  the one who winds up looking like an asshole. 
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Re: In appreciation for Jeph's work
« Reply #33 on: 21 Nov 2010, 19:30 »

Woah, woah, I should have known better with a girl like you
That I would love everything that you do
And I do, hey, hey, hey, and I do.

Whoa, whoa, I never realized what a kiss could be
This could only happen to me;
Can't you see, can't you see?

That when I tell you that I love you, oh,
You're gonna say you love me too, hoo, hoo, hoo, hoo, oh,
And when I ask you to be mine,
You're gonna say you love me too.

So, oh, I should have realized a lot of things before
If this is love you've gotta give me more
Give me more, hey hey hey, give me more

Whoa, whoa, I never realized what a kiss could be
This could only happen to me
Can't you see, can't you see?

That when I tell you that I love you, oh
You're gonna say you love me too, oh
And when I ask you to be mine,
You're gonna say you love me too,

You love me too
You love me too
You love me too
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Re: In appreciation for Jeph's work
« Reply #34 on: 21 Nov 2010, 20:37 »

Yes ladies and gentelmen, it's oldies night here on the Serious Pony Discussion forum...
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Re: In appreciation for Jeph's work
« Reply #35 on: 21 Nov 2010, 22:48 »

That's actually the first song I learned how to play on guitar! 
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Re: In appreciation for Jeph's work
« Reply #36 on: 22 Nov 2010, 07:19 »


BAHAHAHA ARE YOU EVER A MORON

THE WHOLE FUCKING CONCEPT OF THIS THREAD WAS TROLLING

OR HAVE YOU NEVER SEEN A TROLL FEIGN INNOCENCE BEFORE ("Why, whatever do you mean" should've tipped you off)

BAHAHAHAHA ANOTHER PERSON BUTTHURT


Laying it on a little thick there, sportsfan.
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Re: In appreciation for Jeph's work
« Reply #37 on: 06 Dec 2010, 19:08 »

I was completely sober when I made that thread, you dolt.
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Re: In appreciation for Jeph's work
« Reply #38 on: 06 Dec 2010, 21:23 »

I was completely sober when I made that thread, you dolt.

Now that scares me.
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Re: In appreciation for Jeph's work
« Reply #39 on: 07 Dec 2010, 03:29 »

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Re: In appreciation for Jeph's work
« Reply #40 on: 07 Dec 2010, 07:58 »

that is one of the things I was NOT expecting from sobriety. Trolling is ever so much more fun now!
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Re: In appreciation for Jeph's work
« Reply #41 on: 07 Dec 2010, 08:13 »

Hmm.  It appears that shocking people into submission doesn't work.  Perhaps another tactic is needed.
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Re: In appreciation for Jeph's work
« Reply #42 on: 07 Dec 2010, 08:21 »

Congratulations on becoming a global moderator, Paul.  I think you are one of the most consistent voices of reason on the forum. 
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Re: In appreciation for Jeph's work
« Reply #43 on: 07 Dec 2010, 09:33 »

Cool, a mod who actually reads (and even posts!) in this forum. 

Better than the "absentee landlord" style mod, who only comes by when called in a crisis...

Granted, est may lurk regularly, but I doubt it.  Pwhodges, your continued presence will be more like the beat cop whose prevents so much mayhem just by being there.  I'm glad someone was able to do this for the WCDT end of the forum. 

Now, about the name change...

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Re: In appreciation for Jeph's work
« Reply #44 on: 07 Dec 2010, 10:32 »

Names are admin business; I can't go there.  They express Jeph's current view of his bastard child.
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Re: In appreciation for Jeph's work
« Reply #45 on: 07 Dec 2010, 11:12 »

I notice the "lower end's" names changed, as well.  Most are simplifications.  We are clearly the problem children, unless you count "Awkward self-aware makeout zone", which is not really what it sounds like most days. 

Well, I guess it's fffFFFFFFFFFFFFor now. 
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Re: In appreciation for Jeph's work
« Reply #46 on: 07 Dec 2010, 12:12 »

Really? I've been wanting to be someone's problem child for years.

Funny, the first song I learned on guitar was CCR's "Bad Moon Rising." Unless you count "Little Brown Jug," but I played that with an aspirin bottle, so I'm not sure it counts.

And I guess "Little Brown Jug" brings us back to alk-ee-hol, so my work here is done.

Cop this.

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