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Monday, April 28, 2008

In The Loop: 4/28/08. Updating With Sandwiches

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Keeping you in the loop this week, I took the weekend off to rest after over a month of going almost nonstop on the blog.  I know, you're thinking "What's your problem, lazy?  It's posted every other day!"  That's true.  But it gives people who didn't see it the day it was posted a chance to view it at the top.  As opposed to other blogs where it just looks like an assembly line of nothingness.  Not knocking any specific blogs, but we've all come across a few that just seem like the one person behind it is updating it every ten minutes to let you know how far they've come to finishing off the sandwich they just bought, which you should have known by now because three posts ago they told you they were headed out for a sandwich. ---

Crap, now I'm hungry for a sandwich.  So before I go make one, a quick update for today. A quick glimpse into the future, I'm focusing on Free Comic Book Day coming up this Saturday.  For those of you who don't know, you basically go to your local comic book dealer... AND GET FREE COMICS!!!  And not your random no-name comics either.  Titles like Superman, X-Men, Hellboy, Bongo Comics (Simpsons), Archie, Transformers, plus previews of new books and random giveaways.   Most local stores in Salt Lake City and random ones over the rest of the state will be taking part in the event.  The ones I am aware of in Utah (who all owe me a plug now) are Black Cat, Dr. Volts, The Black Rose, Far West Comics, Hastur Games, Dragon's Keep, HeeBeeGeeBeez, Phoenix Games, Comics Plus, Red Wolf, and the store I'll be covering it with this year... Night Flight.  Expect to see interviews about the event on Friday and Sunday.

Alright, that's about it.  Time to make me a sandwich.  Updates on how much of it I've eaten will come later.

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