I’ve decided not to show Psyguy’s comics within this page, as I do often with other works. This is not because of copyright worries or because he has any writing accompanying his comics, no. It is because Psyguy is a grade-A moron when it comes to image optimization. In his defense, he formatted his comics in a manner in which optimizing is such a pain in the ass. The way he mixes photographs and plain colors make it to where both .pngs and .jpgs will look like shit; to the point that you might as well not optimize them at all. And he makes his comics approximately the size of Russia, with tiny text—just to make it impossible for me to resize it lower so that it looks less like ass. So, thanks a lot, Psyguy; not just because I already spent over an hour trying to fix your fucking mess-ups, but mostly from your readers for making them load half-a-megabyte-sized comics every fucking page. I’m sure your dial-up readers are very pleased.
Nobody reading this comic would be pleased, anyway, because it contains the most embarrassing, most trite, groan-inducing “jokes” ever told. In fact, fuck what I said in that previous paragraph; the file size problem would make a wonderful excuse not to read this comic. Unfortunately, dear reader, you are not so lucky.
Well, unless you run away now. I could not blame you if you did.
I warned you—and it can only get worse. I cannot even comprehend the fact that he thought this was… Guh! What the fuck?
We can see very clearly that our specimen is a forerunner to Commander Chaos. One must giggle with merriment at obnoxious phrases, such as “Time Ovaaaa!” and “Behold! The Power of Cheese!” Seriously, cheese? Is that your idea of random humor? Why always cheese, for God’s sake? Why not something a little more unusual, like light switch covers or competent sprite comics?
Luckily, he adds to his smorgasbord of ass with an “I hate being stuck in my author’s comic” joke; the kind of post-modernist humor that would be more humorous if… well, it actually had humor. The way comedy works in the sequential arts is that the final words are usually the funniest, or at least funny in some way. They don’t have to be the funniest, but they must be funny, or else they’re completely useless. What else are they useful for? Suspense? Drama? Considering that this comic is secluded from the other comics—being gag-a-day—I doubt that. Besides, I don’t think “Oh c’mon, it’s not THAT bad!” is meant to be suspenseful or dramatic. And it certainly is not funny. Psyguy should have just cut that extra shit out and left it with Tails saying his line; or better yet, write a better joke. In his defense, with a set-up as terrible as this I have no idea how anyone would be able to conjure up a competent punchline; but not really in his defense, since he was the one who came up with it. Tip: Starting your comic talking about how you’re starting your comic is usually asking for trouble. Why sprite comic artists always try the hardest material in which to try to glean jokes from, I have no idea. It’s like a little kid trying to lift a hundred pound weight.
What the hell is wrong with their eyes? I mean, I guess I can see Knuckles’ eyes being fucked up, since he’s making a stupid expression—but why are Sonic’s? Man, how do you fuck up the artwork in a sprite comic? That’s like losing football against a bag of potato chips.
Waaaaaaaait… is this supposed to be a joke? I already didn’t understand the first one, now you’re going for a double-dumbshit here? I mean, was Knuckles supposed to be sad? Was he laughing? Was he choking on a buffalo wing? What? And now we have the three doofuses peeping in from the magical white void surrounding the comic, going “Waaaaaaait…”
And a nice big blob of white space to eat up the readers’ time, and your bandwidth. Seriously, do I need to make some “The Inconvenient Truth” sprite comic to make you motherfuckers understand why kilobyte conservation is important. And I promise that I won’t add the useless filler about my boring life.
I have not played Brawl yet, and am now wondering if Sonic truly does make a “Doosh!” sound when he falls off of a platform, or if the programmers only design that to happen when Knuckles is playing as him.
By the way, Psyguy, you ruined your own punchline again. Sure, it wasn’t worth much; but you just traded in your mobile home of a joke for a fucking tree house, you know that right? I mean, you could at least explain to me how after that game they got warped to a white void. He did add reflections at the bottom, though. That looks cool. But it makes me wonder even more, because it means that you actually wanted them to be there, and were not just a lazy hack (like… well, everyone I’ve reviewed here, actually.) How about you focus less on the cool reflections, and more on the joke-writing part, Psyguy.
It’s passable. But… Why the last panel? What is that even supposed to be? Did he crash from too much drug-use? Is he standing there, giving a thumbs up to the reader, but Psyguy just got a weird sprite, and didn’t notice that his eyes are fucked up? Is there a bee on his head? You know what; I think he purposely made that retarded just because he thought we’d laugh. Well, I am not laughing. You know, it takes some comic writer to make someone take hours just to try to understand a fucking Sonic comic.
Yes, photographs of a convention really constitute an authentic comic. —one you actually filled a number with. Thanks for wasting my time loading this massive waste of megabytes (and this image is at least one megabyte big; I made a page with over two hundred images that combined were half of that.)
This is the equivalent of taking a coloring book and scribbling all over it—with your ass. What was an okay premise—it wasn’t that bad—was just ruined by what possibly might be the worst way to tell a joke ever. It wasn’t even the joke that was bad; just the presentation.
First off, Knuckles told us the joke before it even fucking got to occur. Hey, Psyguy and Chaos, stop doing that. There’s no point of even telling a joke if the reader already knows it by then. It would be like reading a mystery novel and having the real murderer explained to you on page five before the detective goes on for a couple hundred pages to figure out the murderer you found out already. Panel one is simply a tumor, and must be removed for this comic to have any chance of living.
That of course would not help the rest of this comic, which is just full-blown AIDS. There is absolutely nothing subtle about this comic, and that is what’s wrong with it. This motherfucker is either too subtle or just over-the-top, in your face—neither of which is entertaining. A better way to have done it would be to maybe have Sonic say something like “Did you record yourself last Saturday night?” or something that would lead the reader to think “masturbation”, but not actually have it screamed into their face—two fucking times. Look, Psyguy; Humor isn’t like science—you shouldn’t explain it in great detail for the reader to understand it. And you should not spend a multitude of panels to explain how this song sounds like masturbation.
Hey! See that, guys? That’s how you write what I call a “comic strip”. One with jokes—including the final line—and actually have some ingenuity here, with the parody of old films. If you are reading this, Psyguy; do more of this.
Bad, Psyguy! This is like a toddler finally learning how to use the potty, and then the next night just pisses all over the bed, until it floods the entire fucking house. That’s what this useless holiday filler is: a river of fucking urine.
“Kill yourself. Please!”, other than being a fitting line to tell whoever is low enough to read this comic, would probably never make a good punchline. So why would you try, Psyguy? And do you have some kind of fucking hat full of random words, from which you selected “Halo” and “chef hat”? Because that’s not a good way to write good humor, either. Sorry.
That is not my Sonic. That is Phoenix Wright, apparently trying to seduce his opponent’s client, which my semester of business class hints to me would not be beneficial to your case.
I’m not sure if that “NOOOOOOOO!!!” at the end of the comic was supposed to be the woman rejecting Wright’s stupid ass—which would be pretty bipolar coming from someone who just told him flirtingly that he could call her whenever he wants—or the screams of the reader as they sift through this tedious bull shit. Twenty four panels simply to tell a few sexual jokes? Really?
Still not my Sonic.
Oh God, and still more shitty sexual humor. See that expression made in panel 22? That’s the expression anyone reading this comic would have. Once again, “giant penis” joke? Really? Can we evolve past the Stone Age of humor, please? And, look, a homosexual joke! It wasn’t even that bad until the last two panels pretty much shoved a laugh track in our face, and wasted more of our time loading a bigger image. Why did he even bother going through the trouble to create those two panels; he could have just typed in “That joke was funny!” in those two panels—it would amount to the same thing.
Jesus Christ, how much blood does this horse need to bleed before you’re done beating it?
You lost me around the last three panels, so I’m going to guess that Psyguy is doing more random bull shit in an attempt to squeeze some laughter out of the reader—a failed one. Here, I’ll make up my own explanation: Tails becomes so jaded about the new Sonic games sucking so much that he leaves and forms his own rock band. Then he, uh… returns to punch the air? And then the readers of this comic become so incensed that they throw Sonic to the fucking sharks in hopes that it would end any possibility of Psyguy creating anymore of these comics, only to realize that he’ll just regurgitate more Phoenix Wright: Sexual Harassment comics.
Honestly, are sprite comic creators just mentally retarded? Because I’m starting to feel bad about making fun of them again. Was Psyguy having immense writer’s block and just ruminated on Sonic’s name for hours, and finally realized that “Sonic” can be rearranged into “coins”? Gasp! Coins? Who collects coins? Mario! Sonic and Mario! And this apparently illogical phenomenon—despite happening already in the game Psyguy just mentioned in the previous comic, although I can’t blame him for wanting to forget that stupid-ass game—caused giant lightning in space to strike the earth and make it go “Shriiiiip!” You know what, Psyguy; forget what I said about not using that hat with the words in it—that technique is much better than the drugs you induced yourself with to conjure up this mental sodomy.
“Never again”—that is advice Psyguy should take to heart whenever he remembers this day’s comic. Or whenever he thinks about stealing jokes from The Simpsons, but filtering them through the “De-Humorfier”—a product that it seems no sprite comic creator can do without.
Am I the only one who thinks it’s hilariously ironic that the “white men” are portrayed by Shadow—who is black? And is that supposed to be a gun that the Shadows are holding in panel four or ninja stars?
Okay, to tell the truth, this comic is not too bad—especially for a holiday comic.
That’s My Mario, not My Sonic, but you’re close, Psyguy.
This is definitely a comic—one with a logical flow and actual punchlines. Do more of this, too, Psyguy.
However… Panel one should have been split into two; Peach gives her reaction to Mario’s comment while she’s asking Mario for his comment—as if she already expected what comment he would give her. Also, for someone who seems so excited in their dialogue, in panel six Peach looks pretty depressed or tired. Maybe she’s being sarcastic, and I guess Mario did not realize that.
Here, you little shits: I’ll show you how to make your own shitty-ass sequential abortions, too. God, is this how he creates his comics? That explains the quality of them. I actually think that hat with the words in it was a better idea than this.
1. Tonight, Psyguy will be played as dorky DBZ cosplayer.
2. The same as every other comic on the internet. Well, except Life of Wily. I have to check that out and make fun of that, too.
3. My comic can be summed up as: Angry guy with too much hair gel, punching anthropomorphic asses (literally), staring angrily at someone drinking coffee.
4. Shitty sprite comic parodies.
5. The Flower Meadows. I just take a couple jars with me and when the mushrooms sprout every red moon, the sprites pop out and I just capture those motherfuckers in my bottles.
6. Two circus freaks.
7. If you actually want to be creative, and choose a background different from these three, fuck off. We don’t take “creativity” very kindly in these parts.
8. I hope he’s making fun of clichés, but I honestly doubt that. If this is supposed to be a guide on how to make sprite comics, it had better be for how to write the worst ones ever, which, admittedly, Psyguy is pretty proficient at.
9. And it’s so easy, now that the template makes all of the choices for you! Creativity not required! Now, finally those who have dreamt of regurgitating unoriginal and trite works finally have some hope.
10. Wow, that was shitty. Now find some actual meaning in your life.
11. Now spread your unoriginality curse on five other people like a disease. Also, are those names or programming languages? Me and RUBY are really close, but I count PERL as my bestest best friend!
That rascally Sonic! WAAH-WAH-WAAAAAAAAAAAH! Regurgitated Comic Idea will be back after these messages!
See that expression Knuckles is giving the reader in that final panel, as if to say “Boy, this sure is wacky! Huh?” I command anyone reading this never to ever use that fucking expression ever. Never. You can slaughter your relatives and blow up government buildings, but you cannot—I repeat, cannot—ever use that expression, at least unless you want your comic to die from fatal unfunny.
Also, gay jokes aren’t as funny when you realize that being gay isn’t even that strange of a phenomenon. Some people, oddly enough, wouldn’t even be offended by that phrase. That would be like saying “Tails is Chinese”.
No, I am not accusing Psyguy of being homophobic for having his character say something homophobic; believing that characters share the exact beliefs of the writer is one of the biggest flaws of a reader. The problem is that Sonic is characterized as an annoying little shit, purposefully; this, consequently, makes him less funny and more annoying, which is the opposite of entertainment. The best fix would be to… well, excise his stupid ass entirely, really.
Don’t click that link. Just… don’t. It’s terrible, trust me.
I don’t know why they’re complaining so much; they were already apparently in an alternate universe—as seen by the perspective-rape shown in those first few panels. Last time I checked, tables and fridges cannot stand on walls.
I’d thank you not to try to subvert our minds with your vile drug propaganda, Psyguy.
I would be pleased if those unfunny fucks finally left the comic, too. Although, I don’t know if I would look that pleased. That’s like “I just ingested the whole bottle of Prozac” happy.
I know I inferred that Chaos used this comic to teach him how to write comics, but now I doubt it. Anyone reading, this is how to do competent satire. At least I hope it is. I’ve never read the Brawl web site, so I wouldn’t know.
Ohhh, that sick feeling in my stomach is returning, I’m afraid. Maybe it’s the Saturday-morning-cartoon-inspired dialogue Knuckles spits out in panels two and three. Maybe it was that “God! Of the recolors!” bit. God, “Inverted Sonic” is almost as stupid an idea for humor as ”Inverted Mario” and “Inverted Luigi”.
This comic produces confusion that could have been avoided by making a more logical flow between panels. Sonic and Knuckles are running away from Inverted Sonic—well, Knuckles is gliding away, and Luigi is falling; Sonic is running away from Inverted Sonic while Knuckles… glides upside-down, towards Inverted Sonic? Luigi is still falling, but has caught on fire from the friction, I guess (I believe this is scientifically accurate, but I was not able to find anything about it on Google, other than some nice website telling me cool ways in which I can commit suicide. Then again, who gives a shit, really?) Next, Sonic is still running from Inverted Sonic, and Knuckles… magically got in a flying submarine and is going away from Inverted Sonic again? Is this supposed to be a joke? Unfortunately, I disproved that thesis when I realized that it was not funny. If I believe correctly, Sonic should be faster than Knuckles (especially when one compares running to the much slower gliding), yet Knuckles is somehow able to go much farther than Sonic, and then glide back over them, without the Inverted Sonic somehow seeing him and getting him. What’s that Inverted Sonic planning on doing to them, anyway? If he wanted to shoot one of those giant lightning balls he threw in the previous comic, he could do it from behind them. All chasing them will do is parrot a Benny Hill sketch.
Oh yeah, and then Luigi falls into a white void, causing a tacky sunset gradient to emanate from his back. This magically causes an atomic bomb blast, which kills Knuckles (thank God), but only makes Sonic and Inverted Sonic have a darker face—you know, like a real atomic bomb does!
This is utter nonsense. What is the purpose of this terribly gripping story, anyway? It’s too illogical to possibly be taken seriously as an action or suspense story, and does not possess any logical jokes to be funny; it’s so illogical that it not only is not dramatic, but is even too much to be humorous. Tip: I have to be able to understand why I should be laughing before I actually begin laughing. At best, this comic at least has an authentic punchline, albeit the lamest kind of joke ever—one that seems like it requires some silly music, like that music they play on the Price is Right when someone fucks up—because Psyguy surely fucked up on this piece. I guess I shouldn’t complain too much about it, since it’s certainly not “Behold the power of cheese!” level—nothing could surpass that in shittiness, other than maybe Chaos’ tacky text on black background bullshit. Seriously, what the fuck were you two thinking?
The first thing I noticed was the “over9000!?” joke, which was certainly brilliant the first—well, 9000—times some DBZ fan regurgitated it. The use of a question mark makes me think that maybe Psyguy himself wasn’t sure he should use the joke, and his subconscious put that there. The negligence to put a space between the word and number makes me think that he’s incompetent.
The second thing I noticed was the “Aside” joke. While not exactly the cleverest joke ever told… it’s pretty clever for a sprite comic. I shall grant him some points for that work.
As for the punchline, well, I would complain about the “Go fuck yourself” ruining it; but I feel in this case it works, as the joke is mocking the use of asides, and the fact that it goes on for far too long is part of the joke.
You had such a good thing going for you, Psyguy, and then you produce trash such as this? It’s as if he’s being an asshole on purpose, and just said “fuck my readers; I’m going to make the hugest file ever, and fill it with as much pointless filler bullshit as possible!” Your regular readers must be God damn masochists—or rich motherfuckers who can afford high speed internet—to put up with this bullshit. It’s like he took a big shit on web design.
COMMAND YOU TO USE A FONT COLOR SIMILAR TO THE BACKGROUND SO NO ONE CAN READ IT
I’ve never played “Sonic Chronicles”, nor do I know who the fuck “Riddick” is, so I’m just going to assume that Psyguy’s joke here was hilarious. Too bad the rest of Psyguy’s comic’s use of tacky, changing fonts ruins whatever joke might exist, anyway. And why do we need to see Sonic sizzle, and get dragged? Him getting zapped was just as funny—as unfunny as it is. Psyguy needs to really learn the importance of brevity.
Aren’t these two just so zany! I especially love the over-obnoxiousness of the middle. When I create my own comics, I shall now just make my characters make silly expressions and then fill the background with shitty Photoshop effects, while the characters all yell like complete assholes. Then have one call the other one some curse word, or something. Just like having someone say “you’re an idiot” after its target does something stupid—as if the reader was so lobotomized as to not know that—calling someone an asshole, or some synonym is not funny either. You asshole.
I could elaborate for paragraphs on what is wrong with this comic; but none of it is important when you compare it to the fact that he told a “person coming out of your ass from another dimension joke”. And, now that I think about it, didn’t Family Guy already use that? Ass jokes are bad enough by themselves—unless cleverly done—but ones that are not even original? Tsk, tsk, tsk.
This is the Cold War, retold by the deranged scribblings of a five-year-old with A.D.D. Brinksmanship VROOOM! HAW!
What’s with all of the sprite comic artists and doing erratic shit like this? Do they all have mental illnesses, or is it all from the same inspiration? Because I’ve read 8-Bit Theater and Bob and George, and if I remember correctly they have never done stupid jokes like this. Hell, even Neglected Characters Comix at least had… um… maybe that’s the inspiration.
When a joke isn’t gripping enough to be funny—and I must say that the fact that there’s a large amount of fan-art on the internet about Sonic, something any dumbass with a brain could guess, cracks me up all of the time—just use overacting like Sonic does in the second-to-last panel here. Also, use a lot of obnoxious, shifting fonts. Jesus, I may need an aspirin after reading these damn comics.
It starts out pretty logical, what with the parody of a nature show, but then degenerates into… How does catching a Sonic make Eggman get chased by a porthole shooting lightning, while running above the Earth while in space? And how did it make his mustache yellow?
To celebrate making three hundred comics—something most any newspaper comic does within one year of its existence—Psyguy challenged himself to make the biggest waste of space and time ever, which is pretty difficult considering his past work. Nothing about this comic produces humor. It’s obnoxious and brain dead. No thought or effort was put into making it cleverly or intelligently funny. It’s just the equivalent of a middle schooler getting drunk and scribbling down every stupid shit he slurs out, before vomiting right on his paper. “AHHHHHH!” is not funny; it is only what anyone reading this comic is screaming when they realized how awful it is. The only “obvious joke” in this comic is the prospect that Psyguy actually thought it was presentable.
Also, nobody gives a shit about three hundred comics. Maybe when you get to five hundred or a thousand, then you can celebrate. And you can make that celebration comic actually entertaining. If you must make a celebratory comic, do what Questionable Content did with its five hundredth comic—something that has some importance and relevance. Celebrating by making the most useless, self-masturbatory garbage ever made—such as this work—is such an ironic demonstration of exactly why the author should not celebrate himself that it makes one wonder if they’re all trying to parody it, but just do a shitty job like they always do.
Making jokes about writer’s block are not funny; not even if you make Sonic have a random seizure at the end.
Tails’ punchline didn’t even make sense. How can you connect barfing someone out to having a baby? Last time I checked, women never give birth through their fucking throats.
And since when does throwing someone up make the background go grayscale? I have extensive experience of Kirbies regurgitating echidnas from other dimensions, and I know that it never causes the scenery to go 30’s television coloring.
The only thing worse than ass jokes ripped-off from Family Guy are referring back to ass jokes ripped-off from Family Guy. You know what; all of the dialogue from the first two panels could easily be said about reading this comic in its entirety.
Alternate Ending: Psyguy actually takes the time to think of a clever punchline instead of clustering up a bunch of shit into a collage of trash. Ha, fat chance.
Also, I still do not understand the giving birth thing. Next time, make sure your jokes make sense, please.
Gasp! Inverted Sonic transported them to the worst place imaginable! A shitty Final Fantasy parody!
Wow, it must be 2002, or did I just see a joke against the author, met with a threat from the author. We’re working with cutting edge material, folks!
Summoning Mephiles is an amazing spell; it summons a Wario Land 4 sprite to make a shitty recolor of Shadow arrive in a taxi that is too small for him to possibly fit in. Actually, this comic isn’t that bad, to be honest.
The irony is that those shitty scribbles took more effort than to copy and paste a bunch of already created sprites onto an already created background. And then just have them comment on what is going on in the comic. This is called Post-Modernist “humor”.
Look! A bunch of silly doodles and over-the-top, erratic dialogue written in probably ten seconds! Comic gold! Never seen it in the past forty-four comics.
The climax makes no sense, but considering that it is all just stupid piled onto retarded, who’s surprised?
“Knuckles, why are you explaining the tropes of this comic?”
“Because the writer thinks its funny if I explain everything and break the fourth wall! Hilarious!”
“Yeah, but hasn’t it been done to death, already?”
“Nonsense! Nothing can be too cliché or unoriginal in the world of
sprite web comics!”
I don’t know if we’re supposed to take the final panel as dramatic or… marvel at his awesome space background? I would question how it can be dramatic with the ridiculous color-inverted Sonic standing there. That’s like telling a dramatic story where one of the characters is a fucking pregnant man with clown makeup on. I don’t care how many patients are dying from cancer; I’m still focusing on this man’s gigantic belly bulging from his striped pants.
Am I supposed to take Cream and Mephiles winning some insignificant popularity contest as hilarious? Or is the real joke the fact that Psyguy has never heard of a blog before? It’s too bad that newer readers do not comprehend—or better yet care, since even if I had known what the relevance of this was, I still would perceive it as stupid—will hate this comic. Well, at least those who are messed up in the head enough to glean entertainment from… having some poll they happened to vote in mentioned will be satisfied.
Well, Mega Man 2 isn’t so bad. I was expecting something wors… oh shit, I’m in a That’s My Sonic comic! I’m in hell!!!
I felt myself die inside a little after reading this morsel. I don’t know if it was the painful attempt at satirizing Bob & George or… Mephiles’ face being covered by a giant ass, somehow. So is that all I need to do to make a punchlines? Just end the comic with someone turning into an anus or something, for no logical reason at—ass.
Jesus, Psyguy can’t even make fun of CTRL-ALT-DEL and be funny—and that comic practically writes its own mockery material. I mean, you didn’t even add anything to the Crying-Miscarriage panel—not even a fucking background. Shit, you could have made a clever twist to it, like “I’m not crying because I had a miscarriage—I’m crying in pain after reading That’s My Sonic!“
What the fuck is Mega Man doing in that final panel? It looks like he’s about to take a shit, which is really not necessary, since this entire comic is just a big glob of shit in itself. Look at me, I just made the same kind of humor Psyguy mak—buttocks.
It’s as if the dialogue was just randomly cut in the middle so that Psyguy could practice more random Photoshop effects.
Once a sprite comic creator does a “Fan Mail” strip, you know that he or she is out of material. Shit, Hatkirby made an entire comic based on fan mail, and she never had any material, ever. In this case, the joke is that Psyguy’s readers are borderline retarded—or Psyguy made up some dumbass question—and if you make some funny picture that makes no sense, you can make said lunatics laugh, and confuse anyone who has any sanity. Get it? His face became a boxing glove! Oh wait, I didn’t—because it makes no God damn sense. Come on, absurdist humor at least has to have some connection to rationality, or else the reader will just give up and say “well, I guess this is just completely illogical”.
Cintos, why do these panels look like what my cat puked up last night? I don’t know, but we should randomly shift attention to what Sonic is doing. Oh, he’s fighting two shitty custom sprites of Sonic and Knuckles as humans wearing pirate and karate clothes!
And everyone’s okay with this random use of screen shots from The Lion King? By the way, Sonic, bad writing is what’s going on here. That and shitty spriting—love that square body of Karate Knuckles in panel one, only for it to compact into the black hole in his crotch in the second panel.
What a way to end a series. “Fuck you” repeated—none of which is particularly funny. And then “…are you my mommy?”, which should have been followed with “…do you know how to use ellipses correctly?” That’s the dialogue you want to end your comic on? Because I’m sure “…are you my mommy?” is the kind of phrase that every one of your readers will remember in their hearts for the rest of their lives.
I like to think that this comic ends the way every reader should have ended their peruse of this comic—saying “Fuck you, this is shit.” Psyguy was gracious enough to force it on the reader himself.
-JJW Mezun (Originally Published: June 4, 2010)