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When Jeffrey Rowland's quasi-autobiographical webcomic "Overcompensating" recently printed a strip about guns -- and an accompanying t-shirt reading "Keep Your Bullets Out of My Body" -- readers could have been forgiven for thinking he was taking a stand in support of gun control.
He quickly clarified, however, that he was not anti-gun so much as he was anti-getting shot: "I don'
Topatoco has a new shirt for sale pulled from a recent "Overcompensating" strip where Jeffrey Rowland took a bold anti-getting shot policy. As he explains at the store:
"To be completely clear, I don't think people shouldn't be allowed to own guns. I just don't believe they should be able to creep up next