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Apparently somebody took my comment about seven or eight comics submissions being a lot, and decided it was a challenge. I just opened my submissions file, and had over 50 link submissions land on me. Ouch. It took me hours to process them! I've probably misfiled several as well.


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Apr. 16th, 2001 06:28 pm (UTC)
But just think....
This means someone is reading your journal...

...or it was Friday the 13th.

Apr. 19th, 2001 07:51 pm (UTC)
Let's see if I get this in...
I am the one who is giving you all these suggestions. Actually, this is the first time that I am looking at this journal. But I have been trying to track down all the remotely furry strips that I could find...just coincidence that it was this past week. I know how you feel about time and the trouble of proccessing so many links - remember, I had to look for them myself, rather than just having them handed to me to process! My part time job is about to go full time, so I wanted to get as much done as I can. I had continued my "research", so you will probably be shocked again next time you open the submission file, but I will have mercy on you from now on :)
Tom Mazanec
Apr. 20th, 2001 01:47 pm (UTC)
Thanks for the loads of links! Now I just need to work on a way to organize them better.
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