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: Sumana alerted me to a depressing comic called They'll Do It Every Time, which is the opposite of Keith Knight's "Life's Little Victories" comics. It's been going since 1928, and style-wise it is currently stuck in the 1950s (my guess is that it's catering to the childhood memories of its oldest group of non-senile fans). There must be hundreds of syndicated comic strips like this that I've never heard of. Maybe at some point there are no papers carrying the script, but the contract stays in place and so the artist toils away forever, doing a one-panel daily visible only on the syndicate's website, lost to the winds of time after thirty days.

Wow, I think I got Kris' nightmare by mistake.


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