Vancouver Never Plays Itself 05

14th Apr 2016, 11:00 PM in Chapter 5: Vancouver Never Plays Itself
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jamie59 15th Apr 2016, 1:44 AM edit delete reply
jamie59
That's an old SUV not a car.
Brian 15th Apr 2016, 2:03 AM edit delete reply
Well, I thought that after some time I would get over her hair style, but it isn't happening. She looks like Medusa. And where did she find cargo pants. Those are way out of style, and super hard to find nowadays.
M R Boggs 21st May 2016, 2:03 AM edit delete reply
M R Boggs
but they are so useful though!!!!!!!!! lookit all those pockets!!!!
Ina 15th Apr 2016, 8:26 PM edit delete reply
What I wanna know is how they managed to crash right into the door like that.
Also, Madeline and Autumn have like crazy fluffy hair.
Southernson1989 16th Apr 2016, 9:00 AM edit delete reply
Actually among people like myself who work for a living cargo pants are one of the best things. Lots of pockets for tools and such. Makes sense she would have some. I'm an iron worker in a foundry and love my pants. They are also great for fishing. They aren't hard to find either. Walmart stocks em year round. Great comic. Can't wait for more.
Guest 19th Apr 2016, 6:53 PM edit delete reply
I am not sure where on the building the car crashed- was that the front side facing the street that we never saw? There aren't any plants or brick on the parking lot side.
They need to install posts. In California, where we had a shop,a method of robbing businesses was to crash a stolen car crash right through a loading door at night, get out, steal stuff, get back in the car and leave. Thick steel posts set in holes inside the door stopped that.
reptangle 19th Apr 2016, 7:51 PM edit delete reply
Why would anyone buy a two door mini van?
Roman Jones 20th Apr 2016, 7:24 AM edit delete reply
Roman Jones
It's technically a truck - two doors with a rear cover. Chevy and Tahoe make them. My neighbor in Ohio had one and apparently they're great if you're lugging a lot of material and very few humans. They're awkward as hell to drive.
Guest 9th May 2016, 8:24 PM edit delete reply
-apparently it is difficult to avoid buildings with them...