>>89776042>THEY'RE FRIENDS NOW!
I really can't stand this aspect, their issues dissolved in the most dissatisfying way. I mean, literally, Amazi-Girl revealed that the issues are not hers but Amber's, but since then, we haven't even seen Amber think about Sal at all. Functionally, their beef is entirely squashed.
Just some incidental racism is enough to make her realize that her personal crusade is similar enough to be wrong? It's fucking insulting. And I think AG was wrong to be stalking Sal, to be clear. I just don't think solving it by showing how racist some people think it is was a good conclusion in the slightest. It would be like if Ryan started displaying mental illness, AG caught up to him, and there were some people chanting "yeah club that retard" and she gave up. (And in that case she would also be wrong to want to just beat up Ryan when they need to go to the police, as much as that ship may have sailed by now, but my point is it would be unsatisfying and no one would appreciate that ending)
Also, it's kinda ironic Amazi-Girl is talking about hating humanizing her prey, when that kind of thinking kept her chasing Sal for so long.
Also, Also, it's really dumb to do this before getting his full name from Robin's campaign. If they have his back at all, they'll become more closed off after this. And fuck, I just remembered that Leslie is supposed to be getting that information too [image related]. Can no one stay on track without getting derailed by petty drama for 5 seconds in this strip?