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    I have to say the most gratifying part of this year was finally finding two artists that aren't incompetent and can actually draw from a script. Hopefully you guys will be hearing more from me next year.

    What about you guys? Tell me anything, Got someone knocked up? Murdered someone with itching powder?
    • CommentTimeDec 30th 2007
    Got my first paid writing gig, and although it is just splitting the clickable advertisement proceeds from my own articles, I think that this is an important step (toward world domination).

    Also, I got out of credit card debt for the first time in 7 years.
      CommentAuthorMike Black
    • CommentTimeDec 30th 2007
    Getting laid off from AOL.
  2.  (415.4)
    For me it's a good year if you are still breathing at the end of it.

    Everything else is just dressing.

    (But for single best thing? Talking at Cheltenham Literature Festival. I mean Wow! Me? Literature? And like ARES - the first step towards world domination)
    • CommentAuthorPooka
    • CommentTimeDec 31st 2007
     (415.5)'s been a stressful year...but I made some new friends I'm very fond of...
    my husband and i started getting our asses in gear for our comic book/rpg project.
    i got a copy of stephen king's six stories for christmas...never thought I'd own one of those...
    i got the first released print of the zombie Moonknight cover suydam did...i was happy about that...
    we got a new puppy named sparkdog...he's dumb and spaztic but sweet...
    we managed to keep our comic book store open for one more year...WOOT!
    we started attending and participating in comic book conventions and met alot of neat people.
    I got out of a bad relationship...that's a good thing...
    • CommentTimeDec 31st 2007
    That it's almost over.. dear god, it's almost over. Thank you, internet jesus!

  3.  (415.7)
    My wife-the-ex-neuroscientist-shaman returning from a six month stint of ayahuascadero training in the jungles of Peru.

    Recovering from needed-but-unwanted surgery.

    My friends all surviving a tough year.
    • CommentTimeDec 31st 2007
    I finally started taking courses towards my major after years of malaise and procrastination.
      CommentAuthormuse hick
    • CommentTimeDec 31st 2007
    i got married, which was the coolest.
    • CommentAuthorLyons
    • CommentTimeDec 31st 2007
    Starting up with my girlfriend: she's one of the best things that's ever happened to me.
    • CommentAuthorpi8you
    • CommentTimeDec 31st 2007
    Getting out of Cingular/AT&T Customer Service hell and back into tech support with a competent local ISP/Hosting/Colo company, nice to have my brain engaged again and learning things, less commute, better pay, all sorts of fun stuff.
    • CommentTimeDec 31st 2007
    Starting school, getting released on Kompakt.
    • CommentTimeDec 31st 2007
    1) My son participating in Robotics this year; he traveled by himself and helped his team win a trophy or two.
    2) Hanging in with my job, despite the stress. It's getting better here in the later half.
    3) FINALLY meeting my best friend Lolly in person. We've talked online every day for six years. I finally boarded a plane and went to Texas.
    4) My youngest niece was married. After she decided she would die an old maid, she found the perfect guy - and I do mean perfect for her. I was very happy for her, even if I had to participate in some very girly things.
    5) I'm back to submitting work again. I took some time off to improve my grammar and whatnot. I figured a few things out about my writing process.
    6) Both of my older sister stopped dying their hair. Each has a lovely head of white and gray. I nearly teared up until they talked about kayaking around the zoo.
    7) Don't Look completed its first year. I learned much.
    8) I'm reading more, plus varied things: short stories, poems, editorials, novels, nonfiction, etc.
    9) Hot Fuzz
  4.  (415.14)
    ironically enough for this board, my best of 2007 was an entire month, starting when i met warren in phoenix. from that moment on, so much amazing shit happened for four weeks straight that i dont think i stopped smiling once. so thanks for being a good luck charm, warren. august consisted of amzing shows, writing articles, a great girl, a bunch of paid time off work, records i worked on came out, and so much more. this whole year was great, but august will go down as probably the best in my life.
    • CommentAuthorStefanJ
    • CommentTimeJan 1st 2008
    My day job pays a lot and is respectable and responsible and all, but it doesn't mean much to me.

    I got raises and bonusses and survived a corporate acquisition, but what made me smile was a check for about $230, a fraction of a percent of my regular salary. It was an unexpected payout from an essay I submitted to the "Worldchanging" book. It was a horrible dry hole of a year for me creatively, but that "here's your share" check made me feel I was still in the game.
    • CommentTimeJan 2nd 2008
    1. Finishing school and going into a job at a wonderful production company doing stuff I love doing.
    2. Finding out, as I do every couple of years or so, who my real friends are.
    3. Meeting my current boyfriend and just being happy.
    4. Having a meeting with some industry people about my animated series and hearing them say how much they love the concept and want to help me get it off the ground.
    5. Feeling more inspired to write comics.
    • CommentTimeJan 2nd 2008
    The end of it. I really don't mean that in a negative way, but the events of the last year have just culminated in me feeling really good about 2008, and really wanting to get out there and try a few things.
  5.  (415.18)
    Honestly 2007 was a rat bastard of a year for me personally and professionally. Best thing is its over and I have plans in motion to make this year allot more rewarding.
    • CommentAuthorSolario
    • CommentTimeJan 2nd 2008
    2007 had tremendous highs and incredible lows for me. Unfortunately most of the highs have been temporary, but it's like they say, good things don't ever last.

    So somehow managing not to kill myself or anyone else is very high on my list.
    • CommentTimeJan 2nd 2008
    Not becoming a widower due to a pulmonary embolism was kind of radical.

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