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bk-o's picture
bk-o
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"You don't know what you're missing out on."

Aika's picture
Aika
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I spot one of the new Skytrains! :D

Bigsby's picture
Bigsby
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Damn Aika, you beat me to it. I had just noticed that the skytrain was one of the fancy new black ones.

They're fancy (but not really).

Alexie_Dennison's picture
Alexie_Dennison
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Well I guess each to their own.
:3 I prefer the suburbs of sydney (being Australian)
They are alot less...Polluted, and doesn't stuff my asthma arround...D:

kaitco's picture
kaitco
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I love the way the last panels were drawn! The wilderness is nice to visit, but living there speaks of "Deliverance" to me.

deserthare's picture
deserthare
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i agree with kiatco the wilderness is nice to visit maybe camp in for a week but i like the noises of the city

JesseT77's picture
JesseT77
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I see Nature's beauty vs. Man's achievement. Solitude vs. Community.

Thank you for rendering that for us so splendidly, Jam. :D

(my opinion is in no way biased by my being a sucker for Depth of Field shots. ;D)

archie's picture
archie
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the last 2 panels go together so well.
excellent comic jam

Trogo's picture
Trogo
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I love the contrast in the last two panels.
Welcome back to City Life! Hope you had a good time out there!

Dragons777dr's picture
Dragons777dr
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Inc cutesy comic! :D

Brittanic's picture
Brittanic
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But it does show that BC is almost perfect - you have wonderful cities with a fantastic wilderness around. Of course, the only thing it lacks is history...

Omnomnomnom's picture
Omnomnomnom
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I was hoping for a little angry squirrel on top of a building or on your balcony Haha.!

SpilledInkGuy's picture
SpilledInkGuy
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Beautiful ... you're in your element (as always) Jam! :)

AlmostLiterally's picture
AlmostLiterally
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Am I the only one who doesn't understand the very last panel? I mean, thinking the city is greater than the outdoors. I suppose I'm biased though, being a country girl. I live in a small town, which is more than enough of civilization I care for or can stand, and take frequent trips to visit my relatives in the country. No big city strife for me!

AlmostLiterally's picture
AlmostLiterally
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Also, love the strip!

Nex Miles's picture
Nex Miles
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Almost its mostly just there different views some people love the city and some hate it. So both of them where thinking the other was missing out because they are not living in there 'Perfect world' or rather preferred world

Kira's picture
Kira
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To each their own. :3

Kira's picture
Kira
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<.<" Wow...... Maybe I should start reading the titles of each comic before posting a response..... ^_^'

AlmostLiterally's picture
AlmostLiterally
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Nex - Yup, I agree.

Jaguar's picture
Jaguar
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Why hello again WT fanatics!
Its that time again, and we've got an extra special donation drive this time, which I'm sure Jammy will <3.
https://www.cibcrunforthecure.com/ Supporting Canadian breast cancer research. While I don't have any family members with breast cancer, my father was diagnosed in December of 2008 with leukemia, and I have since met many people affected by various cancers, and have seen my father on his way to recovery, which has been an outrageously difficult journey for both myself, my mother, and all the people around us. Support this fight to find a cure, who knows, it may be your dollar that buys the supply item that helps find the cure.

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Jaguar
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Alternatively (for people who want to support US research) http://www.the3day.org/ You can do everything from participate locally, to supporting participants, and to buying their swag, everything helps.
Every cancer is different, but one thing remains the same, it can destroy lives and ruin people, so lets take another step toward keeping anyone from having to experience the pain that cancer causes. (PS: My father is in remission, and has had a bone marrow transplant, he's slowly starting to recover now, but things look positive so far)

paralian's picture
paralian
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Ugh, crowds and chaos and stress.
Haha personally i'm not a city person :)

gtg374y's picture
gtg374y
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God, if I don't know this feeling. I was raised, and went to college in Atlanta, Georgia, and I live in Magnolia, Arkansas right now. I love my job, but I can't wait until I can live near more than a handful of people.

danthemanhan's picture
danthemanhan
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I spy a Canada line :)

jpic89's picture
jpic89
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Of course, you can always go the middle ground. Instead of choosing either city or country, just go with the suburbs.

fabbelabben's picture
fabbelabben
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@Kira: YOo sure nailed it though :P

Anonymous's picture
Anonymous
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DO IT! title it mission accomplished!

Ari Maze's picture
Ari Maze
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This one is my favorite... hehehe

A_Rod's picture
A_Rod
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I definitely prefer the city, but I like to visit other more natural places as well.

Khaiya's picture
Khaiya
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Reading back on your comics, and just wanted to say... I grew up in Mission! It's a lovely little city, the lakes were great growing up. I commuted to school in Van for a year by the WestCoast Express and it was like 5 hours of traveling every day. Sucked! I moved to Van for the second year of school and I have to say... while growing up in Mission was lovely, I'll never move back. I am working at a game studio in Kelowna right now, but eventually I want to move back to Vancouver, I miss it so much. Public Transit I miss youuu.

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