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Wednesday, April 2, 2008

West of Bathurst 306

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Those of you who missed yesterday's April Fools' Day page need to go here before you read the comment below. You can also access the prank from the archive index or the "Miscellaneous" page.

Those of you who didn't miss yesterday's April Fools' Day page, especially those of you who contacted me frantically to ask where the comic was, should note that yes, the link was broken on purpose. I think that comic, whatever its content may be, is really best left to the imagination.

No one was fooled by the blurb, of course. Some people took it seriously for the first paragraph, but by the time I was turning Frankie into an immortal, fan-servicey, nude manga goddess, everyone had caught on. It was the supposedly broken link that had you all worried. Sorry about that. There's really no comic there; I just renamed an old comic and then deliberately failed to upload it. I am a bad person.

Happy April, everybody.

Wednesday, April 2, 2008
Panel 1: Somewhere in Davies College, Marie and Rahim stand flanking Frankie.

Marie: Frankie, I know you're upset about losing, but Davies isn't sexist. Dana was Don last year.

Frankie: True.

Panel 2:

Frankie: But Dana ran against Felicia. We had to elect a woman...or no one. Before that, our last female Don won in 2001.

Panel 3:

Davies was originally a men's college. Clearly, the underlying chauvinist conspiracy is still alive and well in this evil, evil place!

Panel 4: Frankie is gone. Marie gazes after her.

Marie: Maybe I shouldn't have voted for Donald Duck.

Rahim: No, I think that was a sane choice.

Alt-Text: There is no sanity involved in the Davies Don elections. Why should there be?

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