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September 08, 2015
I was cruising on the beach recently and saw a comic book artist selling his work so talked to him about publishing. He wasn't doing the same type of genre as me, more of the well-drawn action comics. Anyways, I sent him a copy of my book just for an opinion of the work.
August 03, 2015
I uploaded a new comic today about conspiracies. #357
July 22, 2015
It was my 30th birthday recently and since I took many computer and math courses I had a very creative birthday cake where I displayed my age in hexadecimal (1E) instead of base-10 number format.
July 03, 2015
I've posted a long due comic, that has been in my queue forever, but I haven't published because of laziness. However, it's so appropriate because it mentions the independence of the United States very soon to the anniversary of Independence Day. 236 years of freedom. Ha! American Somoa and Puerto Rico aren't celebrating American freedom. Nonetheless, a great chance for BBQ and fireworks.
May 09, 2015
The other day I was reading an article that talks about various pseudonyms used throughout the centuries. It seems like people would be less likely to use aliases in the past since communication was a lot slower hundreds of years ago. Nowadays press can be released via twitter, facebook, or just online rather than by post-mail. Yet, there was no freedom of speech and freedom of the press immediately after the printing press was invented. I post things more controversial than say Mark Twain or Voltaire, but quite a bit less controversial than a lot of people today. While I won't ever be jailed in the Bastille, governments can't really prevent every terrorist attack like Charlie Hebdo since small groups of people around 2 or 3 are so hard to trace. Gives me something to reflect on. Perhaps I should have started with a pseudonym.
April 20, 2015
Happy 4/20! To celebrate the passing of medical marijuana and legalization in at least two other states.
March 13, 2015
In a landmark decision Robin Thicke and Pharrell Williams lost a lawsuit to Gayes' family for copyright infringement. I think this is a great victory for their family that the courts decided in their favor. This is strictly music, but there are probably quite a few similar cases that don't make it to trial because it is such a lengthy process to file a lawsuit, hire a lawyer, serve them, pay the fees, etc. not only in music but all media types such as books, movies, television, and others. So good for them.
February 06, 2015
I've posted up a new comic about moles. The animal not the freckle-like skin feature. I'd explain what it means, but I'd prefer for people to just try and interpret it their own way.
February 05, 2015
There's a new writer called Alfred Mun who's posted his first story titled Faith Wars. Hopefully he sticks around and continues to write great stories for the site.
February 04, 2015
Superbowl Sunday was this past weekend. Many watched as the Patriots didn't let the Seahawks win twice. They intercepted in the last few seconds and then let the clock run out. My focus was on the half-time show. The first song had a chessboard with silver pieces. It reminded me of the cover of my last book, Noir Paean. I'm also a big chess player myself.