Feb 28, 2012
i apparently actually do this. the most recent time i was singing without realising it, and Matt pointed it out to me afterward, i think i was singing something from Slow Club's latest album, or it might have been Defiance, Ohio? i'm not really sure.
and here's a sidenote: i really do loves me some eggs.
Feb 27, 2012
Feb 23, 2012
in case you haven't yet read it, Craig Thompson's Habibi is very very good, and i definitely recommend it. they have a copy of it at the MPL in Pocatello, so if you're in my area you'll be able to check it out and read it once i've returned it. but basically Craig Thompson is really good at making comics and you should read everything he does.
Feb 16, 2012
for some reason the TLC has been showing tons of David Blaine tv specials lately, it's absolutely fantastic. today i watched him stand in a block of ice for a couple days, bring a dead pigeon back to life, use his magic to help a guy win $16oo on a scratch lottery ticket, and try to break the holding-one's-breath-underwater record. it was wonderful.
Feb 14, 2012
Feb 13, 2012
in case you're wondering, yes, i did actually make a whole set of Watership Down Valentines. i'm pretty proud of them, they're all pretty ridiculous. if you're interested, feel free to print these out and give them to your friends/romantic interests/spouses/partners/whatever.
also, i was originally going to post this comic tomorrow, since tomorrow actually is Valentine's Day, but i wanted to put up the super cheesy and terrible WD Valentines before Valentine's Day actually happened. i'll have a non-Valentine's Day comic up tomorrow.
this is number 313!
Feb 9, 2012
Feb 2, 2012
no webcomic today, sorry, but i do have all of my hourly comics from Hourly Comic Day 2012! and i've got a few footnotes:
12:06 am: Jeff Musial was on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, and he brought a baboon named Mickey who kept pointing its butt at Jimmy Fallon.
1:59 am: One Nation Under God is about methods of “curing” homosexuality. it was made, i think, in 1994. it was all right.
3:03 am: i’m singing “Hope is a Boat,” from Adhamh Roland’s album Patchwork and Threadbare.
4:02 am: the stuffed panda is named George, and was a Martin Luther King, Jr. Day gift from my friend Sammee in 2008.
3:02 pm: they were alphabet Spaghettios with meatballs. they were delicious.
7:59 pm: i was reading “Medusa’s Coil” by HP Lovecraft and Zealia Bishop. it had some cool moments probably 3/4 of the way through, but the highly racist end nullified any good things about the story.
9:00 pm: i watched Modern Family and Happy Endings on ABC. MF was an old episode, but HE was new and rather Max-heavy, so i enjoyed it thoroughly.
11:56 pm: on LNJF, they had a contest where people were asked to send in videos of them catching and throwing a Subway sub in front of a landmark in their homestate. my brother and i had come up with the idea of doing it in front of the Potato Museum in Blackfoot, ID, but we were unable to do it. the segment from Idaho in the final “Subs Across America” video was someone in front of the Potato Museum.
this is post #311