I think some people are of the mind set that in the absence of government/federal/paper currency, precious metals or gem stones might be the next default. I disagree. In the event of a total collapse, resources, especially limited ones, would be the most valuable. It would be straight back to the day of wars over sugar, spices, salt, water, etc. And since there's likely no sugar cane fields around...I think Scot's right.
Anyway, I'm still sick, and since going to bed early would have only resulted in me laying uncomfortably in bed for hours, I decided to tough it out. Here's your page. NOW I'm going to bed.
As for today's page, yes, that was the original title of Colbey's first plan. Which was quickly vetoed. By the choice-boy. Man, he takes all the fun out of this comic, I swear.
In other news, Mvmarcz of Avernyght started up a podcast titled Thinking Out Loud. The first episode is about fairytale comics, and I totally just blew over an hour going through all the ones she mentioned. Check it out!
And if you missed it last friday, the winner of the raffle for the What it Takes original drawing was picked! It took about a half hour for me to get my mom's laptop to stream, but after 4 BLUE SCREENS OF DEATH, I managed. I later found out she'd been ignoring all of those "update adobe flash" prompts for the better part of a year. Huzzah. Anyway, the drawing shipped on Monday, and should arrive today or tomorrow at its new owner's. Congrats, P. Stewart!
And now, I'm going to bed early again. Still feeling sick. Ug. Happy Hump Day everyone. And if you don't know what Hump Day is...get your mind out of the gutter. This here is a PG comic! ...wait a minute...