Title: 937

Tuesday, May 13, 2003

May 2003


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Title: 937

May 13, 2003
12:01 AM

A note on feasibility.

Feasibility is defined as “capable of being accomplished or brought about; possible.” I will assume that the word possible is well enough known that I am not going to spend time about it’s definition.

When one takes into account the actions of the day, and considers that I awoke at 7 in the morning in order to get to the convention center by 9, and when taking into account that we went almost straight from the convention center to the movie theatre in order to get a spot in line for the 10 o’clock showing of Matrix : Reloaded, and when one realizes that it is now 2:02 in the morning, and I have to wake up again at 7 in the morning less than five hours from now, and that as a human I require enough sleep to recover from the day, it is simply not feasible for me to both create and post a comic for today. Tomorrow should be an entirely different situation entirely. Perhaps I’ll try to work on an extra comic to post, but I can’t be sure. I need to sleep now, however. Take care.

Well, we’re here! I’d say in L.A., but we’re more like in mid Hollywood. No matter, the hotel room is WAY better than last year (thank you, Dave). And thankfully, broadband access is available, so I don’t have to install AOL or something on my lappytop. yet.

No E3 yet. That’s not till tomorrow, after all. But still. It’s cool. ^^D This was probably the quickest trip to L.A. EVER. Anyway, now I need to get to work on tomorrow’s comic. That’s the only problem with bringing the lappytop. I still have to work.

This beats most hotel rooms, though… since Dave and Cliff brought all the consoles you could possibly imagine. And then, tomorrow night, The Matrix! Woo!! *overexcited death*