Friday was not our best day ever.
Friday began on Thursday night. Pain was had. Nurses were called. Doctor appointments were made. Emergency rooms were visited. Tests were administered. Continue reading
We had some family stuff to take care of this weekend, but we’ll be back next week (and with a bonus mini-comic on Wednesday).
Codex here. Is it really belated if it’s just one day late? Happy Birthday, United States of America. I hope you had loads of fun lighting bonfires, cooking meat, and setting off colorful explosions. You might have also celebrated freedom, without which we’d surely be worse off than Russia. Or Iran. We’re supposed to hate Iran again, right? I keep losing track.
And happy birthday to me, because I did all those things. Except for the bonfire thing. Unless you count the cake… but let’s not mention that…
AND my daughter made me a birthday comic card.
Please feel free to clip it cut and make your own birthday card with it for someone you love. Or perhaps the Ayatollah.
This comic was solely written and drawn by Glyph, and is presented without comment. We’ve been undergoing something I call The Snottening, and Glyph was quite a trooper because she pulled this off despite being one of the afflicted.
Glyph’s already voted. Codex has narrowed it down to three. Are disembodied tableware allowed to vote?
What would an unholy cross between a spork and a mushroom look like? Glyph hated all of our ideas. So she went and drew up her own (on the left). Huh. The cartooning class she’s taking must really be working because she didn’t learn that from us.
Codex cleaned it up. Project Schnapsidee quietly moves forward…
I’ve greatly admired the fame, money, and glamor that folks on YouTube experience on an hourly basis. I’ve even thought about jumping in myself, but lack the animation required for the video business. Perhaps one day that will change. In the meantime, the experience can be simulated thanks to a new game from U-Play Online, called Youtuber’s Life. I normally wait for games like this to go on sale, but Steam got my $15 so I could experience the glamor first-hand and bring an accurate review just in time for the game to go live. Continue reading