The ORIGINAL ChiyoDad and a Close Game
As some of you have correctly suspected, ChiyoChan and I very much enjoy the comics of Azuma Kiyohiko, the creator of the mangas known as Azumanga Daioh and Yotsuba to ... . The two of us think that Azuma-sensei's work is comparable in spirit and hilarity to Charles Schulz's (another cartoonist that inspires the two of us). If you have kids (especially daughters), you'll probably find these manga to your liking as well.
On one of those aforementioned websites, you'll find the the original Chiyo-Dad which appears prominently in the Azumanga Daioh as some sort of mascot. I had adopted this character last year as my avatar and nome de plume on another forum because someone before me had already taken the Totoro. It's since carried over to this blog and notably been changed in form (having gone from a cat-plushie to some sort of cat-penguin-plushie).
You can sample two of Azuma's works, Try! Try! Try! (the comic-strip version of Yotsuba to ...) and Wallaby, on MapoRed Manga.
A rescue and, perhaps, capture?
In my Thursday evening match on KGS with Aegerin (20k), I won by just half a point. That's only the second time that has happened to me (the first being in an old match I had with OrangeKyo).
seathief (19k) was watching and he believed that I might have been able to save a group of imperiled stones that was on the left side of the board. The board diagram below is where I think that opportunity last made itself available but I couldn't read the moves. Maybe you can.
The objective would be to save at least the C9 group (and perhaps accomplish more).