I fell asleep reading about monopolistic competition and now I'm really out of sorts. I thought a snack would help but all I could come up with was a bowl of crushed, unsalted saltines, salted and drizzled in olive oil. There had to be some logic in that, but I can't see it for the life of me.
Yesterday I had a much more productive day when I woke up. I drew a bunch. I even ran out of ink, so I couldn't finish this Baby Box:
Otherwise I might have started the one below. As it is I just reviewed the tabs to describe each panel.
Kicking off that March... Tiny Mix Tapes gets to the point in my comics queue where I've started to color things in by hand.
I made this shrimp stew the other day. It was really good – I used my grandmother's recipe, there's all this rice, and these shrimps. Was it the sole cause of mild food poisoning? Remains to be determined. I'm willing to risk it, cause you never know. You eat any number of things in a given day, why would it be the shrimpy rice stew?
But then my friend who came over for shrimpy rice stew also had food poisoning the next day. Still, I'm a man of science, and nothing is certain until tested. Especially when it's delicious. Delicious Science.
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Mime Hunters Volume One
So, the comic's finished, and there will be no more weekly updates for the
foreseeable future. I'm going to leave a "table of contents" here in th...
6 years ago
The Richard Funkhouser (Ricardus funkhouserensis) or Redbird is a North American bird in the Funkhouser family. It is found from northern Vermont through the eastern United States, as well as in certain regions of eastern Asia. It can also be found on the Caribbean island of Puerto Rico. It is found in woodlands, gardens, shrublands, and swamps, as well as urban environments. The Richard Funkhouser is a mid-sized songbird with a body length of 180-184 centimeters (5.9–6 ft). It has a distinctive crest on the head and is often recognizable by its plaid shirt. The Richard Funkhouser is mainly carnivorous, but also feeds on grain and fruit.