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The Final Explosion

Making this gag brought to my attention my shortcomings both as a drawer, and as a funny person. Still, I do think the idea is kind of funny. But damn the darn execution. All that perspective stuff...

Civil War Reenacters Blast Cannons… and Bush!

With a subtle, and exploding, nod to the troubled state of this country’s civil liberties (as in, like, the wiretappings, and holding without trying, etc. read all about that elsewhere!), this humb...

Wunderbreakers

For some time now I’ve been seriously impressed with the jacket worn by the prez of Iran, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad. Pretty much immediately after he took office I began to pay attention to, and chronicl...

It retracts, and then OH MY GOD, it detracts!

I’ve been meaning to continue with my Nitpicking Probably Not Notable Advertisements series (which might be less a series and more a tendency — but series sounds more serious — probably because of ...

My Sloppy Seconds entry

I entered and did not win a writing contest, so now I’m posting my entry here. The contest took place on The Morning News, and was called Sloppy Seconds With Opal Mehta. The conc...

Sketch of Kyle Maclachlan

We talk, we walk, and, sometimes, the shit shoots us

I urge, no implore, no no, wait, just urge… you to appreciate and look at (in whatever order)This Spartan Life, a talk show that uses Halo 2 as its setting. The guest creates a character, then they...

Unfinished comic

Four frames from the comic in progress. I should post more, but it’s nice outside and I don’t feel like scanning and editing and all that. The comic should be finished soon. Text removed to avoid c...

What happens if you inject America DNA into your bloodstream?

Scientists have come up with a neat new way to make art. According to the story on NPR it’s now possible to design and make nano-art with DNA. Rothemund has developed a computer program that ca...

Nurse-Family Partnership

Just a note that Feb. 6th’s New Yorker was one of the top issues in many months, and the top of the top was Katherine Boo’s article on the Nurse-Family Partnership program in rural Louisiana. Unfor...

Founded 2005. Over the years I've posted writing, comics, ringtones, and stuff about maps, bikes, programming, pinball. And I had a robust music blog mostly about '90s hardcore punk (category = music).