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Discussion question of the week:
So, are tabloids harmless fun? Or do their over-the-top, sensationalistic stories teach people to believe rumors and believe in crazy things?
NOTES FROM OTHERS:
|YAY!!! I was hoping something like this would eventually happen. I mean, someone had to see the flying baby and tell somebody about it. This has put me in a good mood for the day! :D|
|"... flowing back into the corners of himself"; what a lovely image. As someone who has to deal with chronic depression, I can definitely relate to that.|
|Alright! Something to return the missing equilibrium in their lives^^ That shadow undoubtedly had to seep away at them. But it had been only a month since her vanishing that she got to the point of making up the "falling game"? Damn, telling multiple stories can screw with one's perspective of the time frame within.|
|Yep. She disappeared on July 16. Picture was taken August 21. Meri Lin, however, is just after New Year's.|
Time has only recently started to move quicker in Ivy's storyline. She's a baby, and quite a lot of her first comics happened within a few days of each other because I was very moment-to-moment about documenting her life. For instance, Ivy 1-5 were all on July 16 itself. Then 6-13 are July 17. 14-22 are July 18. 23-30 are July 19 (the Sunday they go to church). 31-36 are July 20, and 37-40 are July 21, the day of the storm. Number 41 takes place on July 22, and then finally number 42 is the first "montage" episode which flips through different times and days showing what Ivy's life has been like. We're only on 45 at this point, so the first 41 Ivy episodes took place over the course of only a WEEK while 42 through 45 sped through about a month. The approaching end of August means Melanie's soon going to start going back to school. Weird how time works in this thing, huh?
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