[2015-01-04] Princes

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[2015-01-04] Princes

Postby Dev Null » Sun Jan 04, 2015 6:50 pm

Am I alone in wanting the True Prince to have been wearing a purple suit?

Nevermind then; as you were.
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Re: [2015-01-04] Princes

Postby SomeGuyNamedDavid » Sun Jan 04, 2015 8:53 pm

Those Middle-Ages-era witches sure had cryogenics figured out. Why haven't we borrowed a page from their book yet?
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Re: [2015-01-04] Princes

Postby Long-time Lurker » Mon Jan 05, 2015 11:40 pm

Why did you change the comic?

Your syntax went from educated humor to a bad joke told over the lunchroom table in a middle school cafeteria.

Why do you find it necessary to simplify your humor? It was funny before, but now it's a bad joke. :\
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Re: [2015-01-04] Princes

Postby GUTCHUCKER » Tue Jan 06, 2015 7:35 am

I was running out of ideas.
It was me, right? You were asking me?
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Re: [2015-01-04] Princes

Postby Guest » Fri Jan 09, 2015 11:55 am

What was in the comic before?
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Re: [2015-01-04] Princes

Postby Guest1 » Mon Mar 30, 2015 5:35 pm

1. So just what was in the original comic?

2. Isn't the Reformation a bit late for fairy tale princesses to still be around? Shouldn't she be saying something like "Let's go exterminate some Cathar villages"?
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Re: [2015-01-04] Princes

Postby a1s » Tue Mar 31, 2015 7:55 am

2. The comic says she's been asleep for 500 years, so (assuming the comic is happening on the date posted) she would have just missed it. The reformation, as you know, began in 1517, and would likely not be seen as a big enough problem to burn fellow Christians at the stake until the mid- to late of the 16th century (depending on how much she wanted to suppress heresy, Vs. just burning anyone for public entertainment.)
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Re: [2015-01-04] Princes

Postby Guest » Thu Apr 02, 2015 1:23 pm

This is not a legitimate complaint. It would have been obvious to round off any near enough number to 500 years. The best you could reasonably expect from him saying 500 years is probably over 450 years and probably under 550 years.

The complaint about fairy tale princesses is even more inscrutable. Fairy tale princesses never existed, but entrenched monarchies certainly still held sway at the time. Hell, she could specifically be Bloody Mary, aside from the rewriting history to turn her into a version of sleeping beauty instead of becoming queen.
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Re: [2015-01-04] Princes

Postby a1s » Fri Apr 17, 2015 12:15 pm

Guest wrote:This is not a legitimate complaint. It would have been obvious to round off any near enough number to 500 years. The best you could reasonably expect from him saying 500 years is probably over 450 years and probably under 550 years.

Depending on your view of fairytales, 500 years could be very literal. My main point was the that even though Protestantism was known in the first half of the 16th century, people would not be burned at the stake for it, so it's not something she'd narrowly missed by 2 years. (I seem to have cut it rather close, seeing as how there were protestant bonfires as early as 1550s)
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