Rabbit Valley Back On-Line
Ack. After Verizon knocked out the DSL service for Rabbit Valley Comics, they finally restored it on Monday. It's back up and running and ready for preorders on Circles #4.
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a store owner and Rabbit and Arctic Fox from Las Vegas, Nevada, interested in art, books, comics, novels, novellas, fanzines, magazines, and more...
Sean Rabbitt is the co-owner of Rabbit Valley® Comics, the longest operating (since 1987) all-furry comic book store. Contrary to popular belief, "Rabbitt" is, and always has been, Sean's real last name. He believes that he was "doomed" to become a furry. Back in college in 1997, Sean started "Another RABCO Disaster"™, a small distribution service for Lance Rund and Chris McKinley's "Associated Student Bodies" comic. Soon after, he purchased Mailbox Books from the retiring owners. Today, Rabbit Valley has grown leaps and bounds, selling over 9000 different titles and items. Their latest venture is publishing including the titles "Circles," "Associated Student Bodies," "Rocketship Rodents," and "Spooo Presents." Sean is married to his husband and co-owner of Rabbit Valley, Andrew Rabbitt. His mother isn't so much shocked to have married another man as much as that Andy took the last name "Rabbitt."
Andrew Rabbitt is the other co-owner of Rabbit Valley Comics. He took the name Rabbitt when he was wed to Sean in July of 2004 as a sign of his undying love – not as some weird furry dream-come-true. Andrew (who prefers to be called Andy by his friends) has been involved in the furry fandom for many years, and has been assisting Sean with Rabbit Valley since 1999. If you have placed an order through the Rabbit Valley website chances are he picked, packed, and shipped it to you. Outside of the fandom Andy enjoys cooking, surfing the web, and doing the various projects that come with home ownership. Seeing as Andrew and Sean purchased a house needing some tender love and care there is no shortage of projects.
It is suggested that Rabbit Valley move away from Verizon. This is due to reports off of news.admin.net-abuse.email of a servere lack of concern over spammers on their network, even though they have resecured their email servers. Some netspace of Verizon's is also blacklisted due to the spammers too.
Easier said than done, really. Living in the same state as Rabbit Valley, I can tell you that Verizon is pretty much the only game in town when it comes to DSL service. As for Comcast cable service, it's not available in all areas of Massachusetts. So high-speed internet service is still pretty much in a stranglehold here.
I have Verizon DSL service, but my e-mail is handled by the same people who host my website (impulz.net) -- so I'm lucky in that sense.
"lack of concern over spammers"
i love how you make it sound like a crime against humanity
spams here to stay, why do people make such a big goddamn stink about it , most of it comes from offshore now....so guess what?
that means you lose
try: select all, delete,
or select all, unselect the whole 2 messages u wanna keep and delete the shit
nothing to lose sleep over
Rabbit Valley does not run on a Verizon DSL line. The telephone line which runs to the store, however, is serviced by Verizon. It could very easily have been knocked offline by a deranged squirrel with a hatchet, had the squirrel had both the gumption and the opposable thumbs required to operate the hatchet.
I really need a vacation. :)
Rabbit Valley Customer Service
Rabbit Valley Comics
5130 S Fort Apache
STE 215 PMB 172
Las Vegas, Nevada 89148
Phone: 702-291-8286 (Orders 11:00 AM - 5:00 PM EST)
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