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July 20, 2008

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Patricia

Just keep doing what you're doing, Sandra! I'm so proud of you!

Robert G.

"It's best for me to shut out all comments when I'm writing and do my own thing."

I always find it useful to remember that the audience rioted at the premier of Stravinsky's "Rite of Spring" (and not in a happy way). Art is supposed to rattle people's cages.

Although I do hope there's not a "Between Friends" riot.

jean

"It's best for me to shut out all comments when I'm writing and do my own thing."

That is how it should be - whatever you do, whichever way you do, there are people who find fault with it. You cant make everyone happy, you see.
Good Luck!

sandra

Robert...no, I haven't heard anything negative at all. In fact, I've received quite a lot of positive feedback. But things haven't gotten dicey yet. We'll see. It's best for me to shut out all comments when I'm writing and do my own thing.

Robert G.

So have you had any comments yet about "I look for jokes in the funny pages, not realism!"?

It seems like every time a cartoonist deals with a sensitive issue, this comment comes up.

jean

Good Work!...(i know that is an understatement!)
Eagerly waiting for the second set of strips..
I am able to appreciate the storyline more since you share your thought process and your research with us..

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