Those Government Regulations

February 20, 2020

Those Government Regulations

There is a guy like this at every town hall meeting, but I’ve never seen a politician call them out. Maybe this is why.

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Love is a Battlefield

February 14, 2020

Love is a Battlefield

Happy Valentine’s Day!

People hate on marriage, but I spent a good deal of my life being single, and although I had my fun and marriage can be tough at times, I am so glad to not be “in the game” anymore.

I remember the problems I had, the things I was worried about. They seemed so real at the time, but now really feel silly. But I haven’t forgotten, and I do know the struggle is real. So to all my single readers out there, this one is for you.

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A NYC Scream Dissected

February 6, 2020

A NYC Scream Dissected

Unless they are crazy when I see someone yelling at someone in NYC I don’t think it is ever about that particular moment. They’ve instead bundled up all the other baggage they’ve been carrying and have decided to unleash it all right there for our viewing entertainment. People who yell back think they are dealing justice to a crazy person, but they don’t realize the rest of us on the subway just see two crazy people fighting.

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Guns Don’t Kill

January 30, 2020

Guns Don’t Kill

Regardless of how you feel about the 2nd amendment, the whole “Guns don’t kill, people do.” is a silly, silly argument. Here’s my take.

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The Devolution of TED Talks

January 23, 2020

The Devolution of TED Talks

I have done a few algorithmically recommended youtube journeys that started with a great TED talk, but some clicks later ended up with me listening to a sociopathic clueless rich kid preach financial advice (that failed to mention wealthy parents). I’ve done some research as to who can present at a TED talk. The X talks are the minor leagues that the TED talks sometimes recruit from, but I’ve seen talks with other letters and those are some of my favorites because of how far they can go off the rails.

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Time Thief

January 16, 2020

Time Thief

If you ever wonder what effect a childhood of ingesting scifi does to the adult brain, I have an example here for you. Sometimes when I’m bummed about things not going my way I imagine that someone has gone back in time and stollen my idea that made me rich and/or famous. Judge away if you must, but we all cope in our own ways.

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How My Two-Year-Old Views a Visit to the Doctor

January 9, 2020

How My Two-Year-Old Views a Visit to the Doctor

I grew up poor and remember pretending to be a truck driver, waiter, and a few other jobs that will never make you rich. Now that I’m a dad, no matter what we play my son is Doctor, Lawyer, Astronaut, CEO, President, or Comet Boy (he created that one, and it sounds way more awesome than the others).

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The Boy Who Lived

January 2, 2020

The Boy Who Lived

I love rereading books in different phases of my life. Sometimes I have a whole new perspective on the book (and am reminded how one sided my opinion can be at times). I’m a father now, and to prepare for having kids I read lots of books on how they develop so I wouldn’t screw them up. One of the most basic, primal needs of humans is love. Without it we wither. Babies deprived of it often grow into monsters.

And so on my second go around of the Harry Potter series I’m having trouble suspending disbelief from book one, and have decided to express my frustration here, in a hopefully entertaining way.

Yeah, I know what some of you are saying. “Dude, don’t take it so seriously! It’s a story about a pubescent wizard who goes to a hidden magic school. Chill!” But somewhere in the world right now there are adults in a park running around with broomsticks between their legs playing “quidditch” (and by the way, spell check didn’t flag quidditch which means it’s used often enough that the programmers had to consider it a real word) so I’m going to indulge myself here a little.

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The Gamma Squad

December 26, 2019

The Gamma Squad

Merry Christmas, and Happy Holidays to all!

No webcomic this week. Instead, here is a look at one of the comics I’ve been working on:

The Gamma Squad is an action adventure comedy about Brian, an alpha male, who dreams of being a lone superspy but instead is offered a position as leader of an elite spy squad of nerds whose abilities far surpass his. Models are going missing and it is up to Brian and his new team to save them before it is too late…if they can figure out how to work together first.

Book one is finished. Two more books to go.

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Devil’s Due

December 20, 2019

Devil’s Due

I like Christmas music for about a week, and then I’m happy to see it go. When I go from store to store and the songs seem to be following me I know there has to be something more sinister at work here.

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