It was turkey and monterrey jack cheese. I also picked up a half-gallon of cider.
I can’t believe I remember this a decade later.
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That’s a little bit of a haul on foot, isn’t it?
…I hope you had a microfridge. :-D
Google tells me it was about a mile. That’s maybe a 20min walk, if that. Hell, if I had a car it would’ve been almost that far to get to the end of the student parking lot.
But, yes, I had a microfridge. I didn’t use it for much, but I had one ;-)
Not only would it be almost as far of a walk to get to the car you would have to practically drive past your dorm to get to the entrance of said parking lot. Ah lot 6 I’m so glad I never had to use you.
Yeah. It was nice having friends with cars in order to get to Toledo, but I can’t imagine driving much more than that even if I’d had a car at the time.
I walked that during a winter break when I stayed on campus to work for the ol’ Rho Chi Chi; I recall it being dark, cold, and I had purchased more than I should have for the walk back; I recall one, if not two 12 packs of soda plus everything else.
Finally catching up on comics again…
It says something for both your cartooning and my memory that I can pick out everybody in that first panel, from the back, from years ago.
Thanks! That means a lot, especially since I’m still learning to draw distinctive people.
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