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Hello there.
« on: 18 Jun 2011, 08:08 »

I discovered QC about a month ago. (I should have been studying for finals, but comics are so much more fun.)
In case you're wondering, which I know you aren't, I managed to pass all my exams and classes, as well as reading through 1900-some odd comic strips that week. I was quite pleased with myself.
I read reference to the forums in some of Jeph's posts, but didn't stumble into the link until today.

So, yeah. There's my story.
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Re: Hello there.
« Reply #1 on: 18 Jun 2011, 09:10 »

I read reference to the forums in some of Jeph's posts, but didn't stumble into the link until today.

Welcome!

A couple of years ago the comic discussion forum was a rather wild place, and Jeph got to dislike it a lot.  When he redesigned the QC site at that time he removed the forum link from the top menu and hid it at the bottom of the side links on the main page only.  We like to think that in recent months this place has been more sensible.

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Re: Hello there.
« Reply #2 on: 19 Jun 2011, 07:54 »

In case you're wondering, which I know you aren't, I managed to pass all my exams and classes, as well as reading through 1900-some odd comic strips that week. I was quite pleased with myself.

I like to think that engaging in something like a QC binge frees the mind up for better access to the other things you know.  So it may have helped you pass! 


Welcome anyway.  ;)
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