This was going to be the start of a big 8-page story that deals with loss and mashes Coleridge poetry and a Nez Perce coyote myth. I wrote it out and drew the first couple of pages, but stalled out. … Continue reading
All strong possibilities. Still not sure.
There are compelling arguments for rededicating Columbus Day as Exploration Day. There’s a WhiteHouse.gov petition, too, if you’re interested.
Maybe it would be fun to read this comic, like any ghost story, at night. Under the covers with a flashlight. I love ghost stories, especially on crisp October nights. This comic came about as a submission for Illustration Friday‘s … Continue reading
Someone on a radio news story said that it seemed like everyone he met was “down in the mulligrubs.” I didn’t think that sounded so bad. Probably better than “waylaid with the Smurfs” or “crawling with the care bears.”
One of those small, weird moments that’s forgotten as soon as it happens. Are you the kind of person that just digs into the jar? Would you prefer using something besides your finger to sample it, but you hate to … Continue reading
Not much story today. Just a look at the stupidity of a human and the misfortune of a dog. We saw this on I-40, somewhere near Knoxville, TN. Should we have done something? I don’t know what. My cousin and … Continue reading
Weren’t we just talking about hubris? Pride, and how it goes before the fall? For the record, Winstanley built two lighthouses. The first was damaged in 1699, so he fixed it by rebuilding it bigger and stronger. There have been … Continue reading
Jen got tickets from an auction at work: five rows up from 3rd base. After that foul ball hit so close, I was dialed in like no spectator ever before. In the middle of one inning, Jen asked if I … Continue reading