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There was a brief power outage in my area a few days ago; I had my Mac in sleep mode at the time. I went to turn it on today and it's completely unresponsive.

This is the machine I got from Shon Howell five years ago when my first computer died that I'm talking about here. It was about a decade old when he gave it to me, so it's not exactly new. But it's where I have all my important Word documents regarding Nineteen-Ninety-Something, including my schedule for the entire ten-year run of the strip detailing which stories are going to go where. It's also where I have Photoshop and my scanner. So if it is in fact dead, Nineteen-Ninety-Something may end up missing a few updates for a while. (This also potentially means I lost all my old Agony Booth recaps, my Mystery Science Theater 3000 episodes, and my Wreck-It Ralph fanfiction.)

I do have my new laptop that I bought a few months ago, which is where I'm typing this now. But it doesn't have Photoshop, or even Microsoft Word, because I haven't been able to afford to buy them again. (Windows doesn't include Word on new computers anymore, much to my dismay; they sell it separately for $100 at minimum and bundle it with three other programs I know I'll never use.) I don't know much about Macs - am I screwed, or is there some fix to this that I'm just not aware of?

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jbwarner86
Jesse J. Barboza
United States
Current Residence: Earth
Favourite genre of music: Classic rock
Favourite cartoon character: Bugs Bunny
Personal Quote: "If everyone was normal, the world would be a really boring place to live."
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What do you find funny about Nineteen-Ninety-Something? 

48%
60 deviants said A combination of the two
29%
36 deviants said The character interactions
14%
17 deviants said The riffs on '90s culture
10%
12 deviants said Nineteen-Ninety-Something isn't funny

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AverageJoeArtwork Featured By Owner 2 days ago
Would you be interested in joining me in a special art jam for next year? Just read this journal & write back. averagejoeartwork.deviantart.c…
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TheJayster49 Featured By Owner 3 days ago  Hobbyist Digital Artist
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TheJayster49 Featured By Owner May 16, 2015  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I saw the new Nineteen-Ninety-Something where Joel says that William is more like Ned Flanders. You know, he even kinda looks like Flanders :XD:
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COMPUTERMANMIK428 Featured By Owner May 15, 2015
hey what's up? :)
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jbwarner86 Featured By Owner May 16, 2015
Nothing yet, aside from plugging away at Nineteen-Ninety-Something.
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COMPUTERMANMIK428 Featured By Owner May 16, 2015
hey, hope you don't mind me asking will there be anymore updates with your underwatertoons page?
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jbwarner86 Featured By Owner May 17, 2015
I haven't used that account in about two years - all my underwater stuff goes in this gallery now.

I created that account seven years ago because I was feeling embarrassed about my underwater art. I assumed that the vast majority of people thought it was weird and self indulgent and annoying and they wanted to see more of my "normal" stuff, so I decided to separate my underwater drawings from my main gallery so people could avoid them if they wanted. Now I'm a bit more confident, since people have told me so often that they enjoy my underwater work as much as anything else, so I don't feel quite as compelled to keep it hidden.

That feeling does still crop up from time to time, though. I grew up thinking my personal interests were weird and confusing and nobody wanted to hear about them, and underwater fashion is the weirdest thing I'm into, so it's hard sometimes to shake off that mentality when I've believed it almost all my life, even with all the positive feedback I get.
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Atariboy2600 Featured By Owner May 10, 2015
You got alot awesome comics^^
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jbwarner86 Featured By Owner May 10, 2015
Thanks! Awesome is what I aim for :D
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Jukecartoonfan Featured By Owner May 5, 2015  Hobbyist Filmographer
Nineteen-Ninety-Something is freakin fantastic keep it up man
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