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Dig my New Strip

By Shamus
on Friday Sep 7, 2007
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Somebody digg’d Chainmail Bikini. Thanks to whoever did that. Give it a dig if you’re a member.

Comments (8)

  1. Skip says:

    Hey, is there going to be an RSS feed for the new strip? The RSS syndication at the site didn’t appear to contain the strips.

  2. Skip says:

    Cool. Strangely, that’s not what IE found on the comics page.

  3. Rob says:

    Because I don’t have a blog, it’s the only way I can spread the word. Unfortunately it won’t have much impact unless lots of people digg it quickly… DIGG FOR SHAMUS!!! ;) BTW, The new strip feed has a nice spot on my google homepage above Twenty Sided (thanks Volta for the link)

  4. Shinjin says:

    The RSS link for CB is at the bottom of the page. It’s the one that Volta posted. The one at the top of the page is for Fear the Boot.

  5. Pilomotor says:

    I believe the past-tense form of digg is dugg.

  6. Davesnot says:

    digg dugg.. I never was any good at that.. my wife was, though. say.. I wonder if we have any AA batteries.. we have Dig Dug in one of those plug-into-your-tv mini arcade thingies.

  7. YaVerOt says:

    Hopefully the people at fear the boot those first, prev, next, last buttons working. Having them all link to the page you’re already n doesn’t navigate. I can find 2 ChainmailBikini s but I can’t find the one I saw on Friday anymore.

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