Scott Hardie | January 28, 2002
Most of the authors on Tragic Comedy are not posting anything. If you would still like to be an author, please write a comment to this message or email me at On Saturday, February 2nd, I will remove all authors who do not ask to stay. (If you need your TC password, just ask.) My thanks to Derek Sutcliffe, Matt Preston, Andy Lee, Dave Mitzman, and other authors who have written something.

Matthew Preston | January 28, 2002
Of course I want in!

Anna Gregoline | January 28, 2002
I guess I still want in. VooToa of course takes up most of my energy, but I'll try harder to post to Tragic. I need my password though.

Kelly Hardie | January 29, 2002
hell, maybe one day i will have something to say. then again maybe not.

Dave Mitzman | January 29, 2002
yeah i'[m down

Brannan Conrad | February 2, 2002
Yes I would like to stayan author, maybe I too will have something to say in the future.

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