R.I.P. W vs. P

Posted on April 2nd, 2007

The comic will continue to update every Monday, but this ends the debate as a regular feature (told you it would never be late again). It was only supposed to be a one-time thing after all; a peace offering after our hosting company dropped the ball, resulting in our first and only late update. It never even got a single percent of the traffic the main page enjoyed, but we kept it up for a year because we loooooove to argue. It's just part of our fraternal dynamic. In fact, I'm sure we'll still do the debate from time to time when we have a topic we feel strongly about, but committing to a weekly argument has lent our recent attempts to start a fight an air of forced desperation, like a biker with a new knife and nobody to stab.

So now that it's all over, what have we learned?

The final score: Graham beats Jamie, 17-16!

Thanks to everyone who read the debates, which pretty much means you since anyone who didn't probably stopped reading after the first panel of the comic. If you're sorry (or happy) to see it go, let us know at graham@wordsandpicturesonline.com


P.S. to Jenny in Virginia: Thanks so much for inviting me to the VCU Moonpie Madness speed eating tournament. I'm very sorry I couldn't make it, but that's probably for the best since I would have smoked your friends like fine Cuban cigars. You see, in addition to the awards I've received for my peerless wordcraft, I am also a champion pie eater. Seriously. You've probably learned by now, but the trick is to forego chewing. Chewing is for suckers. Winners inhale.

Winners also curl into a fetal position afterwards and pray for a quick and merciful death. At least in my experience.

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