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#535 - Why Bother Planning?
Oh, the look on his face in that last panel- Priceless! "I'm SURE I could come up with something..." Beautiful!
Yes, here is the fire balancing all the snow outside !
Aaaaaah, a little Johnny Cash to end the day is quite nice
what happened to make Leaf so cynical? three people (well...) lost in a magic castle - what could happen?...
ahhh, love the alt text
poor leaf, not having to invent creasy stuff...he looks so disilusionalised...(sorry for the bad spelling)
i would SO take the path over the fiery depths... There's probably something good at the other side!
I really hope those fiery letters mean something like "Watch Your Step" or "Caution: Hot"
*GASP* Is Leaf growing up?!!
I am very confused. I keep hearing talk of the "alt text" and how funny it is. What is it? How do I find it?
Great comic, as always.
"Alt text" is a piece of text describing an image that should pop up in your browser when you hold your cursor over the image. Webcomics often use them to add funny comments about each day's strip, and CtS is no exception.
The last panel is magnificent. Great expression! :)
Oh, no. Ayne did it. She jinxed it. She said "no death-defying leaps? no rickety constructions of rope and peashooters?". And now, according to the Universal Laws of Irony, we're all doomed. *runs and hides*
Pulsy: Unless THIS is the other side.
Actually, alt-text is "alternative" text, text that is supposed to be used if the image cannot be shown (for any number of reasons, e.g. 404 or blindness).
Also, IE is the browser that displays alt-text in a tooltip - e.g. Firefox doesn't do that with the alt-text.
On this site, the comic's alt-text is simply the page title.
However, the title-text is shown as a popup in all the major browsers (afaik; it's meant for that at least), and is what is used here to give a further bit of commentary (like the burn, burn, burn one for this page).
Sorry, just bugs me a bit when people say untrue things like that, esp. in my field (webdev), as it tends to make less experienced people do the wrong thing...
bah. That "Sorry" was supposed to be prefixed with </rant> ... I didn't expect to have to escape the <>s.
... and it apparently doesn't work to escape them either... not with the entities at least... hrm. \ backslashes maybe?
does anyone else notice the reference to the TFotR Balrog scene that lies in Panel 2?
(Hint: narrow bridge, fiery death)
Leaf: "What would MacGyver do?"
I most certainly did notice the FotR reference :P
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