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Date Written: April 27, 2004
Author: Jon Matza
Average Vote: 4.55556

05/4/2004 TheBuyer (5): ...Ya, flying fence guy, I miss Tiddly too.
Obscene fence guy is the new standard in flippin the bird and givin 'er hard, eh.
05/4/2004 Mr. Pony (5): Fence Guy's onomatopoetic ravings don't make any sense! The Moon is smoking! This sucks! You suck!
05/4/2004 TheBuyer: Pony, you are a mood ring.
05/4/2004 qualcomm (4): i'm torn on this one...but i have such a crush on fence man i'll give it a four.
05/4/2004 qualcomm: oops, i meant fenceman (FENTS-min)
05/4/2004 John Slocum (5): I definitely like fence guy better than sweet wings, but I definitely like sweet wings alot. Panel 2 seems to be author's sweet spot.
05/4/2004 Mr. Pony: Where did Tiddlycove go?
05/4/2004 TheBuyer: I talked to him the other night, he forwarded me this link never intending to submit anything in the first place. We'll see if he reappears. I think he thought Slocum was in charge of something...or something.
05/4/2004 Mr. Pony: Slocum, I believe, is in charge of wine shorts. Also, he does other stuff.
05/4/2004 John Slocum: I'm in charge of Monies.
05/4/2004 TheBuyer: Can I have a dollar?
05/4/2004 John Slocum: Absolutely not, I'm in charge.
05/4/2004 Phony Millions (4):
05/4/2004 Not Lisa (4):
05/5/2004 Will Disney: Slocum? Everyone knows Airea runs the show around here...
05/5/2004 Benny Maniacs (4): I'm in love with this fuckin guy, hah?! I fuckin love you, fence guy! No really, I think I'm in love with you.
05/5/2004 Ferucio P. Chhretan (5): Genius.
01/27/2011 scoop (5): I will recommend this short to anyone who wants to explore the question of Man - the individual as against Man - the clock-work mechanism/ cog in the wheel . More importantly, this short is an experience; whatever I have written is only a description of that experience. An experience and its description can never be the same. This principle holds true for 'Sweet Wings'. The reader will realise as he reads that the concepts and survival mechanisms of day-to-day banalities surrounding his consciousness dissolve and that in some way this short gives rise to that 'oceanic feeling' of enlightenment.
02/1/2011 Mr. Pony: My reading of your description of this experience is also an experience.