I had heard that ColdFusion comics were created for a ColdFusion publication, but might not be getting used. As an eager ColdFusion contributor, I thought that I might step in an give it a shot (at creating comics). I have never created comics before, so I had a lot of fun with these. Unfortunately, they are seemingly not going to make the cut either. Whether it's that they are not funny or just not appropriate, I take no offense - as I said, I have never made comics before. But, I figured I would release them here since I had a bunch written and ready to go.
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Hey Lenny, what's wrong?
I just found out my wife's been sleeping with my neighbor!
Bummer! But, hey, look at the bright side.
At least you don't have to program in ASP.
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He-he! I like it. Always look on the bright side of life! There's always someone worse off than you, etc. Bo is a great optimist.
Dude, that was laugh out loud funny... hehehe, bring on Vol. 2
Glad you like. I have a bunch more to post.
That was good. Please post more.
I just Dugg this. These are awesome man.
Awesome dude, glad to entertain :)
I just stumbled across these. I haven't even gotten around to reading them all. You said something about them not making the cut. Could be a thing about being PC, and not wanting to offend anyone. That happens often. Also, as I was looking at them and reading them, I was thinking maybe too many words, not enough pictures? I thought I had a specific conversation about someone one time about that very thing...about how comics weren't supposed to have a lot of words, mainly pictures, and a lot of "implied" stuff. I could be totally wrong here, but just thought I'd mention it. I'm not saying anything about how I personally view them, because I am by no means an expert in comics, and I enjoy them. Just thought I would throw those things out there. :-)