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Tina's story chapter 13 page 5 art by Zenia

Tina's story chapter 13 page 6 art by Zenia
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Tina's story chapter 13 page 4 art by Zenia
Tina's story chapter 13 page 6 art by Zenia

 Revenge is a dish best served cold- in this case VERY cold. Guys, remember; no laughing at your lady...there WILL be a price.

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male 615,666, female 496,805, canine 84,850, dog 80,809, human 44,141, male/female 38,293, m/f 22,058, wet 14,011, poodle 1,772, fall 988, revenge 623, soaked 316
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Type: Comic
Published: 4 years, 9 months ago
Rating: General

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LordChaos
4 years, 9 months ago
Now that is just mean.  Not saying I wouldn't have done it if it were me.
graymuzzle
4 years, 9 months ago
Tina is nice, but she is not a saint.
ElfenSciuridae
4 years, 9 months ago
Revenge is a dish best served cold- Best with a glass if No Remorse and a slice of No Regrets... :D
graymuzzle
4 years, 9 months ago
and we see a little of Tina's more human side.
ElfenSciuridae
4 years, 9 months ago
She is more human than most would give her credit for.
graymuzzle
4 years, 9 months ago
Exactly. She is just like us. Well, other than the tail, and really good hearing.....
ElfenSciuridae
4 years, 9 months ago
If you been reading my medical updates on my journal here, you'd know that my genetic linage goes to the Spanish Royal Family... where most developed tails and a 6th finger and other strange anomalies. And people wonder why my hair grows so fast? So tails, fur and good hearing is not far fetched for this Squirrelly Elf.
graymuzzle
4 years, 9 months ago
One of the things we discussed in my character development panel is how hybrid genetics might work.
ElfenSciuridae
4 years, 9 months ago
I'm glad to see you have put a lot of research into this and it shows in the story. Just keep up the good work. I'll keep up with my mantra "Question everything, do not accept single answers."

What happened in Spain happened during the crusades for the search of the perfect warrior knight. The Royal Family got what they wanted and a lot more...
graymuzzle
4 years, 9 months ago
I've attempted to get the technical stuff right. I try never to have any detail that someone can point to as 'wrong'. Of course, it gets complicated, with dominant, non dominant, and recessive traits. That's why wild dog in India, Iraq, Russia, and the U.S. all look pretty much alike. Our genetic stew is preprogrammed to come out a certain way.
ElfenSciuridae
4 years, 9 months ago
I'm not going to throw Mendelson's tables and try to figure it all out. Genetics is very tricky at best, and its mostly luck of the draw half of the time. But you done an excellent job creating this universe.
graymuzzle
4 years, 9 months ago
Thanks! Once, someone questioned my use of genetics, and a RL honest to God geneticist defended them! I was thrilled.....
ElfenSciuridae
4 years, 9 months ago
This is a furry world we live in. The arguments of Genetics should be a moot point because everything is by chance with a swipe of natural or man' selective hands.

In college I was a Bio-geneticist, Physicist and  Anthropologist - all in the quest to get my ass into med school. This was in the 1980s; when I dropped out because my wife was killed. Now that I got my head together, I transfered my credits to accelerate my degree race, my college councilor looked at my old college transcripts - 98 credits in the sciences with A or better grades. She was like "You don't need to get a degree from us. You need to finish this and get your degree from them." I told her, "Just accept what credits you can and let me get my degree!" Since I already complete 84 credits at this place, all she needed to do was accept 40 from my old transcript and I graduated that semester! Man... college in the 80's was a lot harder than college in the new millennium!
graymuzzle
4 years, 9 months ago
Yeah, it was different, but at least you could smoke in class then. Back in the 60's, there were a few other benefits to being a college student, as I recall.......
ElfenSciuridae
4 years, 9 months ago
I'm still waiting for Ray to say, "Oh My God! My Cellphone's Wet!"
graymuzzle
4 years, 9 months ago
Ray isn't emotional about his technology, unless you bring up 'microsoft'
ElfenSciuridae
4 years, 9 months ago
Oh yes, he's one of those. I forgot. :D
graymuzzle
4 years, 9 months ago
First and foremost, Ray is an artist. So, his primary allegiance is to Apple. Having worked in Silicone Valley during the dot.com boom, he works in the world of PCs out of necessity. But, being an artist at heart, it isn't some huge deal to him. So, he works in Microsoft by day, and on Apple by night. My stepson is like this. He's an IT guy by day, though his training is in graphic design, and is an enthusiastic 'Apple head'
ElfenSciuridae
4 years, 9 months ago
He is in the same boat I am in - the USS Steven Jobs.
graymuzzle
4 years, 9 months ago
He and the kids have won us over...kind of, anyway. Rita and I both carry iPads and iPhones, and I also have an iPod.
We still work on Windows, though.
ElfenSciuridae
4 years, 8 months ago
I'm a Woz kid myself and personally knew him then, but when they came out, I became Mac in 1984.

I do have to agree, "Using Macs and Linux is a way to stick it to the man, but Microsoft (and Windows) pays the rent!"
graymuzzle
4 years, 8 months ago
Yeah, I'm not a 'true believer'; but I like the stuff for what it is. Apple stuff is just made better. The Toshiba that I'm typing on right now is exactly what it feels like...junk. But, I bought it for the price of the sales tax on a MacBook Pro. I can bang on it, and when it breaks, or gets outdated, I will just trash it. Not so with my Sony. It was expensive new, and was a nice well made piece from day one. And it still works- I'd use it today, but XP is what it uses, and so many programs don't service that anymore.
I'm still stressing over Windows 8 even as I get more used to it.  I think I'm on service pack # 3 or 4.
istolethisname
4 years, 9 months ago
ray got what he deserved. evil grin tina on panel 2, you can tell what she was going to do. have you thought of making a audio visual comic or a flash comic of the story so far or maybe a book? no i'm not offering, i can't code worth squat :d
graymuzzle
4 years, 9 months ago
It'd be nice, for sure, but with another eight years to finish 'Tina's story', I think my hands are full.
ryuseishin
4 years, 9 months ago
hahaha love her face in the second panel
Coop
4 years, 9 months ago
got it
Xial
4 years, 9 months ago
Oooooowned. :D
Bubbaclaw
4 years, 9 months ago
LOL
ruink
4 years, 9 months ago
obviously
sonicrainboom
4 years, 9 months ago
...check pockets for phone and or camera...
graymuzzle
4 years, 9 months ago
Hopefully in that backpack- along with wallets.......
MooseJam
4 years, 9 months ago
Seems appropriate .
graymuzzle
4 years, 9 months ago
Tina is ALWAYS appropriate. Ray, not so much.
GABUJOE
4 years, 9 months ago
yep, there will be fun on the wilderness.
graymuzzle
4 years, 9 months ago
Count on it.
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