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January 26, 2015
I recently read that the comic con in San Diego could move to LA or Anaheim soon, after it's contract expires soon and opens up new bidders. Unfortunately, my submission last year did not lead me as a winner for the category I entered in, but perhaps another category I could be successful or take Mark Twain's advice and just give up. I'm beginning to think I should have majored in business.

January 23, 2015
I've uploaded 2 new comics (351,352) and a parody (Homeo and Juliet) that I had someone write for the website.

January 08, 2015
Yesterday there was a shooting in Paris, France of a cartoonist by an extremist Muslim. I don't like to consider myself a cartoonist, but a comic strip writer. Anyways, it's too bad that these types of things happen. Hopefully they will fly the French flag half-mast this week for the fallen policemen and people in that magazine office.

January 04, 2015
I've added a new comic called 'terrestrial traitor'.

December 17, 2014
New comic up about Mark Twain. Stories section has a parody of major events of 2014.

December 02, 2014

I picked up Archie no.36 today. They followed what a lot of superhero comics have in the past done by killing of a major character. Kind of odd for Archie since he lives in a peaceful universe, unlike the consistently war-torn lives of superheroes. I've read death of Superman and remember when Batman broke his back from Bane. Marvel just released a series of the death of Wolverine. I've seen Hal Jordan from Green Lantern die and come back from the underworld. Not sure about Spiderman, Ironman, or any of the other hundreds of variants, but they've probably tried it once.

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November 24, 2014
I mentioned Alan Turing in my 3,000 year history of computers and now he's the focus of a new movie titled "The Imitation Game." There have been many pioneers that have moved the field forward and I just recently purchased a book by Norbert Wiener on cybernetics. It's a pretty broad ranging book, but interesting nonetheless. He coined the term 'cybernetics' and was a prominent professor and child prodigy on the east coast of the USA during the middle of the 20th century.

November 19, 2014

So I was watching a documentary on the West by Ken Burns today trying to find something interesting and I have a giant book by National Geographic on the Indians so I'm familiar with a lot of the battles and tribes and some of their beliefs, and I understand the whole Spanish conquest event pretty well. Needless to say it's pretty tragic. So I switched it to this movie I saved on my Netflix list called Pirates of Penzance.

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November 06, 2014

Another comic up. I did this one about a little red book. Not a little red book, but THE little red book, as in the one old Mao Zedong handed out to everyone in China as propaganda.

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October 11, 2014
Now that ebola has also come out of the disease-trap that is Africa I should update my world atlas. Also, since Canada was owned by not only France, but England as well I should make the necessary changes.


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