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'''Ten Foot Rule''' is a comic zine published by [[Shawn Granton]] of Portland, Oregon. The title is derived from a customer service "rule" that a worker should say hello to any customer who comes within ten feet. Shawn's pictoral narratives illustrate a life of bicycles, traveling, and feeling awkward.  
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'''Ten Foot Rule''' is a [[comic]] zine published by [[Shawn Granton]] of Portland, Oregon. The title is derived from a customer service "rule" that a worker should say hello to any customer who comes within ten feet. Shawn's pictoral narratives illustrate a life of bicycles, traveling, and feeling awkward.  
  
In the past, artists such as [[Carrie McNinch]] and [[Androo Robinson]] have contributed to Ten Foot Rule.
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In the past, artists such as [[Carrie McNinch]] and [[Androo Robinson]] have contributed to '''Ten Foot Rule'''.
  
 
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Revision as of 01:17, 16 June 2007

Ten Foot Rule is a comic zine published by Shawn Granton of Portland, Oregon. The title is derived from a customer service "rule" that a worker should say hello to any customer who comes within ten feet. Shawn's pictoral narratives illustrate a life of bicycles, traveling, and feeling awkward.

In the past, artists such as Carrie McNinch and Androo Robinson have contributed to Ten Foot Rule.