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My three measly TPB's are bagged, mostly because they seem really fragile, on my HUSH book the plastic layer on the cover sort of started to separate from the paper layer itself, I don't know if that's supposed to happen or if it's actually getting damaged, but I'm taking precautions anyway.


funny that your Hush is damaged, because a bunch of pages fell out of my copy of Hush, maybe it's just notoriously badly made.

i think UV damage can cause that plastic layer coming off, or perhaps getting damp and drying.

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so that raises a question, Feli says he bags his trades... I have never left a trade bagged, unless i'm loaning it out to soembody

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so that raises a question, Feli says he bags his trades... I have never left a trade bagged, unless i'm loaning it out to soembody

That wasn't a question at all.

I'm offended by your blatant use of false advertising.

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so that raises a question, Feli says he bags his trades... I have never left a trade bagged, unless i'm loaning it out to soembody

That wasn't a question at all.

I'm offended by your blatant use of false advertising.


DO YOU BAG YOUR TRADES.

No question mark, it's a statement.

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so that raises a question, Feli says he bags his trades... I have never left a trade bagged, unless i'm loaning it out to soembody

That wasn't a question at all.

I'm offended by your blatant use of false advertising.


DO YOU BAG YOUR TRADES.

No question mark, it's a statement.

I never thought it was necessary, really. I mean, trades aren't usually fragile. So no.

Also, considering I don't even bag single issues, double no.

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Yeah I don't bag my trades either. That'd be like, bagging novels and other real books, instead of putting them on the book shelf.

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Yeah I don't bag my trades either. That'd be like, bagging novels and other real books, instead of putting them on the book shelf.


If I'm not mistaken, Jonathan Ross pressure seals his comic books.

Not so crazy considering oxygen itself can act as a degenerative agent.

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so that raises a question, Feli says he bags his trades... I have never left a trade bagged, unless i'm loaning it out to soembody

That wasn't a question at all.

I'm offended by your blatant use of false advertising.


I was giving my response to the unstated question do you bag your trades.

next time I'll make sure I say everything and use this :?: so you can go from :? :arrow: :| :arrow: 8-)

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Yeah I don't bag my trades either. That'd be like, bagging novels and other real books, instead of putting them on the book shelf.


If I'm not mistaken, Jonathan Woss pwessure seals his comic books.

Not so crazy considering oxygen itself can act as a degenerative agent.


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Smutty wrote:
Yeah I don't bag my trades either. That'd be like, bagging novels and other real books, instead of putting them on the book shelf.


If I'm not mistaken, Jonathan Woss pwessure seals his comic books.

Not so crazy considering oxygen itself can act as a degenerative agent.


fix'd 8-)


I'm missing something here.

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feliciano182 wrote:
Smutty wrote:
Yeah I don't bag my trades either. That'd be like, bagging novels and other real books, instead of putting them on the book shelf.


If I'm not mistaken, Jonathan Woss pwessure seals his comic books.

Not so crazy considering oxygen itself can act as a degenerative agent.


fix'd 8-)


I'm missing something here.


pwobably

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AvatarIII wrote:
feliciano182 wrote:
AvatarIII wrote:
feliciano182 wrote:
Smutty wrote:
Yeah I don't bag my trades either. That'd be like, bagging novels and other real books, instead of putting them on the book shelf.


If I'm not mistaken, Jonathan Woss pwessure seals his comic books.

Not so crazy considering oxygen itself can act as a degenerative agent.


fix'd 8-)


I'm missing something here.


pwobably


dweffinitely.

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feliciano182 wrote:
AvatarIII wrote:
feliciano182 wrote:
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feliciano182 wrote:

If I'm not mistaken, Jonathan Woss pwessure seals his comic books.

Not so crazy considering oxygen itself can act as a degenerative agent.


fix'd 8-)


I'm missing something here.


pwobably


dweffinitely.


have you ever actually watched anything with Jonathan Ross? if you had, you'd know he can't pronounce Rs.

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have you ever actually watched anything with Jonathan Ross? if you had, you'd know he can't pronounce Rs.


No man :lol:, I don't get his show on this part of the world.

Besides, doesn't that happen with everyone whose mother tongue is english ?

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have you ever actually watched anything with Jonathan Ross? if you had, you'd know he can't pronounce Rs.


No man :lol:, I don't get his show on this part of the world.

Besides, doesn't that happen with everyone whose mother tongue is english ?


I don't get it

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have you ever actually watched anything with Jonathan Ross? if you had, you'd know he can't pronounce Rs.


No man :lol:, I don't get his show on this part of the world.

Besides, doesn't that happen with everyone whose mother tongue is english ?


I don't get it


Well, I've noticed people who speak english since infancy pronounce the Rs much less "harder" than people who speak spanish.

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feliciano182 wrote:
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have you ever actually watched anything with Jonathan Ross? if you had, you'd know he can't pronounce Rs.


No man :lol:, I don't get his show on this part of the world.

Besides, doesn't that happen with everyone whose mother tongue is english ?


I don't get it


Well, I've noticed people who speak english since infancy pronounce the Rs much less "harder" than people who speak spanish.


Ah okay I think I understand what you mean. What AvatarIII is getting at though is that Johnathon Ross uses w's instead of r's when he speaks, for example, the word race-track is pronounced as wace-twack, rearrange as weawange, refrigerator as wefwigewator, etc

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AvatarIII wrote:
have you ever actually watched anything with Jonathan Ross? if you had, you'd know he can't pronounce Rs.


No man :lol:, I don't get his show on this part of the world.

Besides, doesn't that happen with everyone whose mother tongue is english ?

Sorry then, the concept of someone knowing who jonathan ross is but never having heard him speak didn't occur to me, in the uk he's primarily known as a talk show, and radio host, not so much as husband to the woman who wrote the kick ass, stardust and x men first class screen plays, the guy that wrote turf and someone who vacuum seals his comics.

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Sorry then, the concept of someone knowing who jonathan ross is but never having heard him speak didn't occur to me.


Yeah... I'll be honest I only know him from Turf and an interview in CLiNT... I didn't get the joke either

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Don't worry, if you didn't get it, it's cos Avatar's only pretending to have seen his show.

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it was tying it into the rape-revenge stories and making light of a verys erious sub-genre that kind of offended me.


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