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Got a question for Tim, Tom or Jimbob? Comments about the site? We're always looking for input from fellow readers. Just send in your letters via the form below and we'll try to answer as many as we can on here. If we really like your letter, Tim, Tom and/or Jimbob just might feature it personally in an upcoming comic!
Just be sure to leave your first name, last initial, city and state/province (or country if outside of the US) so we can properly credit you.
"Thank you for the kind words, Carrieanne. Also, you'll be happy to know Tim, Tom and Jimbob has its own Facebook and Twitter pages so fans can always stay connected. Links to both pages are located under the comic featured on the homepage as well as each comic page, and you can access them from the More page. And thanks for reading!"
"Wow! I had no idea that word of the comic had already spread across the globe in such a short time! I will most definitely keep it up and thank you dearly for your viewership."
I was recently turned onto your wonderful comic due to a guest posting you did for Two guys and Guy. I have to say I love what you have created. I rarely laugh out loud at a comic but I could not stop myself after reading your archives. Also in being so new, what does your update schedule look like? I cracked up so hard for the "broken fingernail 104" and "no towel 139 " comics especially. I have an extensive amount of family in the deep south of Mississippi and I cant help but feel like there is some southern flavor happening in this comic, am I wrong? Also I think Jimbilly deserves a dog. An English Bulldog to be exact. I used to have one until she passed away in July, and I think one would be a good fit in your comic, if even for a one off, like the English cousin was.
Your newest loyal rabid fan,
Andrew P, Easthampton MA
P.S. I must admit Cindilly is my favorite cast member, though they all are so very likeable! The small glimpse we had of her parents life was downright "soda flying from nostrils" hilarious! I hope part of this makes it into a fan mail comic. That would make my year!
"Wow, what a letter! First off, thank you dearly for the kind words. It's always great to make a new fan and hear from them as such joy is brought to them. Really does my heart a world of good. To answer some of your questions, my update schedule is rather inconsistent at the moment since a lot of things get in the way such as my day job, personal life, and the various other art projects I work on for other people. But I do my best to update at least weekly. For the time being, you can always subscribe to the site's RSS/Facebook/Twitter to always stay updated without having to check back constantly. Secondly, there is definitely some subtle southern influence in the comic; not sure where it came from since I live in northeastern MA and rarely travel. Maybe it was all the King of the Hill I watched back in the day. Adding to that I always imagined Robbarnaby having a New Orleans accent. On a side note, Cindilly is one of my favorites too, and you'll definitely be seeing more of her family very soon. As for which portion of your fanmail will make it into a comic, well, stay tuned! You may be in for a pleasant surprise!"
The internet is full of webcomics, but I can say without hesitation that your antics make me laugh like no other. There's a certain charm to your zany doings and stunningly groan-worthy gags that I don't think I've ever seen before. There's so much originality packed into each strip, and whenever there's a new one, I catch myself laughing about it throughout the whole day - I can't even tell you how many times I've said "Shaq Week" out loud to myself in a thick Boston accent this past week or so. Wherever I am, know I'm a huge fan of the comic, and that I check the site every day hoping for a new strip to split my sides.
No location given, so I'll assume the ocean
"Thank you for such an encouraging letter. Knowing I'm bringing joy to at least one person gives me the strength to keep going and gain inspiration throughout my life, and you can safely bet that I'll be bringing even more laughs to you and many others for years to come."