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Saturday, November 9, 2013

To tell the absolute truth, I prefer the papers that go insanely under the limit to the papers that go insanely over the limit, simply because the former take less time to mark.

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Hello, everyone.  I apologise for the increasing tardiness of the Saturday comics.  This is the worst time of term for marking, and it's worse than usual this year because four of my five classes are about essay writing and thus have extremely heavy marking loads.  As well, the fifth course has a very large number of students in it, and I've got myself into a bunch of musical commitments as well.  I'll do the best I can to get the Monday comic up by Monday.

Regarding the comic itself:  it has been observed by commenters that I sometimes seem a little unsure of how to end the comic.  I do actually know exactly how it's going to end, but Casey's personality keeps getting in the way.  So does Marie's, actually.  Marie is a procrastinator, just like I am.  She is currently acting as a bit of an enabler (for me, that is).  However, now that she has finally managed to get out her first actual piece of advice to Casey, things should maybe start happening again.  Possibly.  I am aiming for Christmas as a deadline for the completion of the comic.  It's a loose deadline, however.  We shall see what we shall see.

Thank you for your patience, and I promise that I don't plan to delay forever.  This last fortnight's plotline, which seemingly just delayed thngs more, was meant to draw some of the old threads together.

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