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Submitted by David Wright on July 22, 2008 - 01:08
Tomorrow I go for Employment Assistance through the unemployment office. I'm not sure what it entails but I am guessing that whoever counsels me on my job search will do everything they can to crush my dreams of having another job I like.
Submitted by David Wright on July 21, 2008 - 14:38
Submitted by David Wright on July 16, 2008 - 23:13
Since I lost my job last month, we've been looking at ways to get by on less money. Since having a child last year, we've already cut most of our non-essential spending. So, now we have to look at our monthly expenses and trim the fat. Of course my wife and I disagree on just what is fat. To her, cable TV qualifies as fat. To me, cable is right up there with ESSENTIAL items such as food, mortgage and oxygen.
Submitted by David Wright on July 16, 2008 - 23:08
Taking Up Space is back after a three month hiatus. Give me a week or so to shake off the rust.
Submitted by David Wright on July 16, 2008 - 18:09
Could you become Batman? You know, if you stopped eating donuts and got off the computer long enough to train and stuff. Boing Boing has an interview with E. Paul Zehr who wrote a whole damned book (talk about desperate for movie tie in money) examining the science of becoming a super hero.
Also on Boing Boing, Boom! Studios is offering free downloads of its backlisted comics.
Submitted by David Wright on July 7, 2008 - 13:29
Look who graces this month's Comixtalk cover! I was pretty thrilled to be invited to draw the cover. The idea of pairing Penguin with Cookie Monster came from Comixtalk owner, Xerexes. I thought it was a great idea, provided I don't get a cease and desist from CTW. For those new to Comixtalk, you have to click 'view entire cover' to see the whole scene. I'll post the alternate version I was going to go with here tomorrow.
Submitted by David Wright on June 27, 2008 - 03:28
Submitted by David Wright on June 25, 2008 - 00:49
The Wed. comic is now up. Don't miss Friday's conclusion to the storyline.
Submitted by David Wright on June 23, 2008 - 02:26
George Carlin died last night. He is the only comic I can think of with such a long career who REMAINED at the top of his game and actually got better with age. Wow. That's two surprising deaths of people who I admired for different reasons (the other being Tim Russert). I will miss the work of both men.
Submitted by David Wright on June 20, 2008 - 13:44
Friday's comic is up, in case you are catching this via a blog feed and not on the site.
You won't want to miss next week's comics.