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What’s your favorite Grateful Dead song? I like “Ripple.” I listened to a lot of the Grateful Dead back in the days when I wasn’t so… a-hem, square. I don’t remember much of the lyrics though. There are holes in my memory from not being so… a-hem, square.
Q & A with Eugene Q: What are your vital statistics when it comes to: Age? A: “Twenty-seven. No, wait, twenty-eight. Wait. I don’t know for sure, after twenty-one it doesn’t really matter anyways, right? I mean, what is age but some stupid construct placed on us by society to say we need to achieve [...]
I love running! That wasn’t always the case. When I started running for the first time in high school I couldn’t go to the end of the block. I’m happy to say I run miles and miles happily now thanks to God who gives me health and the use of my legs. Praise God always!
Slinky is a strange toy, at least by today’s standards. Most toy’s nowadays are based on some type of movie or cartoon character. Slinky wouldn’t have made a good cartoon. (And Slinky slinks back into the shadows.)
Dodgeball made something of a comeback a few years back, especially among adults. I haven’t heard much about it in recent years. It seems to have fallen out of favor with spell check too. That or I can’t spell. Nothing new there.
Showing up late to work is an addiction for some. In fact it may be a disease. Some argue that, since it is a disease, they should be given time off of work for it… exactly the amount of time they take before showing up.
I like the pasta machine. It’s like the “analog” of cookery machines. I’ve never used one though. Maybe I just like the idea of the pasta machine. One thing’s for sure, I like pasta. No doubt about that.
I drew this strip while staying in the East Village of Manhattan. I inked it in a coffeehouse called Think Coffee. That place was probably the busiest coffeehouses I’ve ever been in. There was so much energy pulsating through the room, so much chatter and people having a great time. What a great experience. And [...]
There’s a reason why people never smiled in old oil painting portraits: they couldn’t hold their smile for that long. Imagine having to sit while an artist painted you for hours on end. It’s hard enough to keep a smile as someone fumbles around with their digital camera. That’s why everyone loves the Mona Lisa. [...]
Sometimes when we say “all” we mean “some.” Sometimes when we say “some” people think we mean “all” and start pointing out exeptions. You can please “all” of the people “some” of the time…
There’s a little bit of the Hulk in all of us. Sometimes I think it would have made more sense for him to turn red when he got angry, instead of green. I could understand him turning green with envy. I guess “The Envious Hulk” doesn’t have the same ring to it.
In a perfect world, everyone would get their security deposit back. But we have to remember, in a perfect world we could also eat apple pie a la mode every day without gaining weight. It ain’t no perfect world, I’ll tell you that.
Some say newspaper comics are dead. Some say they died a long time ago and look like they’re alive because they’ve been moving with the current. This would make them dead fish. Which would make it appropriate that they are found in the “fish wrap.”
While I was writing this, I looked at my hands to see if it would even be possible for such a tattoo. I guess it would but the fingernails would be exposed. For anyone who is considering tattooing your hands to look like black leather gloves, it may be beneficial to weigh the cost and [...]
They say it’s not ok to punch a guy with glasses on. What about punching a guy with sunglasses on? I would say yes. What about prescription sunglasses? I say maybe you should ask first before punching because those things cost a lot.