posted on Apr 19, 2011, 10 pm

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psudonym, Apr 19, 2011, 10 pm

Evenin fellas. A moment of your attention.

We're nearing what I'm gonna number a 200th strip of sorts. And from that point on, I fear I may disappoint you all with a move to a 3 day a week schedule. This seems a preferable option to a hiatus of any kind (a webcomic death sentence) or an "I'll update when I feel like updating" schedule (a webcomic life sentence without possibility of parole.)

The main reason? I have begun to deeply miss my other projects. Personal ones as well as opening myself up for more commercial endeavors. I'll keep you guys posted on those as well, I don't think this'll mean you'll be seeing any less of me. But it might mean the end of daily Question Ducking. My apologies.

Unrelated, it's about time I pointed out that my other comic "On The Way Home" hosted here on Smackjeeves is under new management. My friend Longyear has begun to take up the slack and has already drawn two new beautiful pages. He knows the story as well, and now even better than I do, having been there pretty much from the first days drawing it onward. So the comic is in good hands, and I look forward to seeing more in the future.

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Your Comments:

Guest, Apr 19, 2011, 10 pm

I love how your range of skill isn't anchored to any particular colors or scenes. Cute beavers!

Twentydragon, Apr 19, 2011, 11 pm

According to "Portal 2", about 1.1 volts.

The_Hankerchief, Apr 20, 2011, 01 am

I wonder, was this Oregon-inspired? We have a family of beavers that live in our lower fields, where Champoeg Creek runs through our property. Kinda neat to see, especially since you don't get to see beavers everyday.

Lucazke, Apr 20, 2011, 03 am

Beavers are cute :3

Fred (Guest), Apr 20, 2011, 08 am

We'll follow your work whatever you decide to do. 3 day a week Question Duck is better than no day a week, thats for sure

Korbeh, Apr 20, 2011, 09 am

1.21 Jiggawatts!

That Guy (Guest), Apr 20, 2011, 10 am

Assume the average mass of a potato is 13.25 oz; therefore by E=mc^2 we can calculate an energy of 3.3760047 × 10^16 joules. Or roughly 8 megatons of TNT. Whichever.

BM03 (Guest), Apr 20, 2011, 11 am

I still believe 186 on daily is outstandingly amazing. I never thought such a schedule would live past the 20th. Three a week is still loads more than I am accustomed to!

Let us know what them new projects are, y'hear?

CasteMangaProductions, Apr 20, 2011, 08 pm

@Twentydragon Well that depends if it is attached to your portal gun or not. If it is, then it generates about 1.6 volts according to "Portal 2"

pwii, Apr 21, 2011, 01 am

Follow your dreams!

Totema (Guest), Apr 21, 2011, 02 pm

@ThatGuy Question Duck is asking about power, not energy. ;D

If Portal 2 is a reliable source, 1.1 watts. Or did they say volts? Then it would depend on how many amperes it has. Whatever.

Guest, Apr 21, 2011, 08 pm

energy vs. power

Power is merely energy transformed per second. Because of this meaning, I can safely say that there is no power in a potato until you eat it. However, That Guy assumed (as I do) that you meant energy. Following this, he calculated how much energy was stored in the matter of the potato. He stole my answer.

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