Dave Sim's blogandmail #22 (October 3rd, 2006)
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Okay, that brings us to the end of another week. A week's worth of reading for you that took part of Tuesday and all of Wednesday to produce and then today, I actually got caught up on the mail which mostly involved printing out Blog & Mail entries and mailing them to the respective victims…er, subjects. And now, at least theoretically, I have Friday and Saturday and Monday to work on the Collected Letters 2 cover (starting with the third teenaged girl who is still in pencil from when I last got to work on the cover two days ago) and, um, another project that I'm not talking about yet. As well as starting on sorting and storing the metric tonne of photographic film (negatives) that arrived on Tuesday and which is now cluttering up all of the library and Ger's old studio which (however briefly) were at last cleared after I got the Cerebus Archive done. So, here we go again. Same policy. We're going to have a Negative Sorting Day each week until we finally get sick of the mess and go full time just to get it done.
But right now, I'm heading down to Now & Then Books. Our comp copies of Following Cerebus 9 haven't come in and, evidently, it landed yesterday (that is, September 20). So I'm actually going to use up some of my store credit buying one. But I can't do that until I finish this last Blog & Mail entry. So, goodbye `til "tomorrow" (or tomorrow, depending on how you look at it).
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Whatever it was, I've run out of
Funny things to say about it.
Didn't you read the last
Paragraph up there?
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