Missing Sasha, part 1
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June 21st, 2010

Missing Sasha, part 1

The theme song for this week’s comics:

I told you, I don’t have a student I.D. I’m you, from the future. U.C. Berkeley Dormitories Freeborn Hall. Long story short, we can travel through time in our dreams. Right now I’m asleep on a plane in 2010, but my astral form is here in 1994. I’ve come back to this moment to tell you Sasha Mitchell is the love of your life, and if you let her get away, you’ll regret it forever. Why don’t you make a short story long?

Discussion (7)¬

  1. chayafradle says:

    I wonder what your readers wish they could go back and change.

  2. deb says:

    Just had to laugh. I was an RA in Freeborn Hall '89-90.

  3. paul Scolaro says:

    Hi Darrin, a couple of things: I just wanted to say thanks for the positive feedback regarding my strip 'The Rockhead' Just got the news I was eliminated however. Oh well. I wasn't familiar with your strip,( I don't read many) but I thought I'd check it out, being you voted for me.
    Your strip is fantastic! Really sharp writing. I'm a fan and will be following it.

  4. wle says:

    confused – sasha mitchell is a well known male actor, why use that name in the strip?

  5. During astral traveling, it is possible to go to never-before-seen places or astral airplanes, and even to fulfill friends, family members, and relatives who have long been dead. in the course of astral projection, people are capable of doing things that are normally not realistic in the physical entire world, such as walking via doors and walls. it is said that even those with disabilities will have your desired, complete body on the actual astral plane.