What’s with all the chickens, Part 3

Or, “What to do with all the chickens”.

When I’m not drowning in assignments (almost… done… with… Physics… education… essay), I’m considering moving the chicken comics to the front page of this domain, i.e. www.stupidchicken.com, and renaming the entire strip to Stupid Chicken to fit the domain name. It’d require a drastic realignment of Chicken’s underlying motivations and overall psychological health, but I think we can deal.

Maybe in two weeks, when assignment deadlines STOP SHOWING UP AND BITCHSLAPPING ME IN THE FACE EVERY BLOODY DAY THANK YOU VERY MUCH.

Back to your regularly scheduled chickens.

What’s with all the chickens, Part 2: What’s this all about

What’s with all the chickens, Part 1: Why this happened

What’s with all the chickens, Part 2

Since the first Antagonistic Chicken comic has been bumped into the third page of the archives at this point, and I’ve been getting questions on “what the hell is going on with that chicken you keep drawing”, I thought I should explain a little on what it’s all about.

Simply put: nothing. It really doesn’t make any sense, and it’s not supposed to. If you want a summary, sure:

‘A chicken yells “CHICKEN!” at various things that are (one would think) quite obviously not chickens.’

That is all. Enjoy.

What’s with all the chickens, Part 1: Why this happened

Server change

We’ve successfully shifted servers from Webhostingbuzz to DreamHost, after the former kept going down for an hour a day according to uptime reports.

As part of the latter’s anniversary promotions, we managed to get 80% off our first year’s subscription, so it’s US$24 for the first 12 months of hosting. Steve gets his much-coveted shell access, everyone gets more space, and hopefully our email users get a bit more reliability. The transfer seems to have gone without much trouble, and everything worked on first try the morning after the DNS propagated to our Singapore servers… we’re still waiting for the DNS transfer to DreamHost, and their support isn’t as amazingly great as everyone mentioned (people’s general enthusiasm could, of course, be explained by their referral program), but things look like they work.

Good enough. Back to your regularly-scheduled chickens…