It Never Rains, by Kari Maaren
A comic about weird things happening to weird people.  Runs MWF.
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Friday, June 23, 2017
It Never Rains 567
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Wacom update: I lost my patience and contacted Wacom again today. Someone responded quickly. I'm going to be sent a new cable (even though I said, like, twelve times that the computer knows the device is there; it's the driver that doesn't), but Tech Support Guy also told me to reinstall my entire OS, which is simply not going to happen. He said I could do it without deleting my files, but as far as I know, there's no way for me to do it without deleting my one-installation-only copy of Microsoft Office, and I am not blithely going to erase my word-processing problem forever because no one knows why my Cintiq isn't talking to the driver. In other words, things are getting BETTER AND BETTER.
 
Friday, June 23, 2017
Panel 1: Rose and Iz sit on a little wall in the park.

Iz: So you can really travel in time with no consequences?

Rose: It sometimes makes me tired, but that's getting better.

Panel 2:

Iz: I don't buy it. That's not the way this sort of thing is supposed to go. There has to be a catch.

Panel 3: Another Rose (dressed in different clothes from today's Rose) appears.

Future Rose: I've travelled here in time from 2020 to tell you it's true! There will be dire consequences for the time travel!

Panel 4:

Iz: Really?

Future Rose: Nah...I'm from tomorrow afternoon.

Rose: Time travel can also be used for sarcasm.

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