79. Critical Hit, page posted 9/17/13

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Critical Hit — Page 4
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Paulo doesn’t wanna hold a clipboard like everybody else. What is he, a neeeeeeeerd

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Comment ID #259682

Guys, no offense, but I think writing an essay about how a big hole/wheel makes you feel empty, and how you saw the wall in it, might be a teensy bit harder than you’re making it out to be.

Oceanus92 September 17, 2013, 1:03 PM EST.

Comment ID #259695

lmao, David giving all those straight answers like a pro to such “sophisticated” questions.
Paulo seems to be having a “proud-of-my-son” moment with David.
Also, props for them going the way of simplicity and practicality. As Paulo put it “Easiest essay ever” (chp 79, pg 4, panel 6).
Let’s not forget the increasingly disapproving looks Sue gives them, as though every word David and Paulo spoke was an attempt to dumb down her intellect.

What is that?
It’s a hole in the wall.
Uh, excuse me? It’s art!

Yeah, okay whatever. It’s art > . >

Blank On Purpose September 17, 2013, 2:14 PM EST.

Comment ID #259718

@The_Nameless_One: According to Taeshi, a lot more time has passed in the BCB world than you think. People have lives man, and they are still thinking of Lucy anyway. Many more people besides you want to know what happened to her.

Taeshi already has things planned out, instead of complaining about the lack of Lucy, enjoy every other side of BCB that is often ignored.

Taeshi (and sometimes Suitcase) works really hard to come up with storyline she knows we love. She’s not about to spoil that work by telling us what will happen.

It’s not like she would remove lucy from the story. She-who-must-not-be-named (******), was only a side character, Lucy has been the whole story for a while.

I hoped that cleared some of your confusion. ;)

Hawz September 17, 2013, 8:13 PM EST.

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