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Apr 2nd 2013 at 1:33:32 PM •••

Can we remove the ghostly psychiatrist thing from the list of MSPA works at the top of the article? I've never heard of this joke before, and it's apparently a dead meme anyway? I just wanted to come here and read tropes on awesome MS Paint Adventures things that actually exist and are real things that can be seen and read on the internet, and not fake meme in-jokes that only people within a particular small community will get anyway...

Being listed the way it is makes it seem like a real thing, and confused me for a bit when I saw it I was a bit hesitant to uncover the spoiler box because I didn't want to read spoilers before having read this thing. I think that listing this throwaway joke side-by-side with the legitimately existing stories is just misleading for no benefit.

Jun 7th 2010 at 8:09:02 PM •••

Should we include a seperate page for Hussie's older works on Team Special Olympics.com? He has three grahpic-novels: "And It Don't Stop", "Neon Ice Cream Headache" and "Whistles" plus his doodles.

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Oct 30th 2010 at 11:31:32 PM •••

Yes! I like to see how his older works are related to his newer works. AIDS has so many sick yet unironic raps that it's making my head spin as I'm reading it. I'm not sure what it's supposed to be about, but it looks like that robots are powered by love, I mean rap.

www.teamspecialolympics.com/comic.php?sec=archive&auth=Andrew&cid=aids/00022.jpg

Seriously? Rhyming with Itself works?

Also, he sometimes alludes to his old works in his newer ones. Like Humanimals.

www.teamspecialolympics.com/comic.php?sec=archive&auth=Scribblettes&cid=scrib/00221.gif

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