Scott Hardie | October 17, 2002
Welcome back to the revised oldschool Tragic Comedy! It has only been three months since the popular Greymatter version was deleted, but it seems like an eternity. This version runs in PHP thanks to the mad skillz of Mr. Matt Preston. Use it freely; I plan to use it like I always did. If you want to know anything about it, check the F.A.Q. The site will be updated on Fridays.

To inaugurate this third version of TC, here's a flash from the past. The Digital Archive of the new Bibliotheca Alexandria catalogs web sites back to 1996. Reminisce if you wish about Tragic Comedy from August 25, 2001, about a month after it first launched.

K. R. | October 17, 2002
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David Mitzman | October 17, 2002
bout time hehe. i'm gonna be redoin my website soon (meaning when I have some real time to sit and start recoding).

Matthew Preston | October 18, 2002
I wonder if my excitement comes from the re-birth of a great forum.... or the fact that I programmed it? Either way, it's good to be back to bitchin'.

Anna Gregoline | October 19, 2002
Hello! I'm so glad TC is back, we missed you!

Matthew Preston | November 26, 2002
Just wanted to put this at the top of the list.

Jackie Mason | November 27, 2002
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