Pictures I drew and pictures other people drew, some kinky, some not. I'm currently illustrating Best of All Possible Worlds. You can see some of my other comics at Intragalactic or in book form as Widgey Q. Butterfluff, and Pepper Penwell and the Land Creature of Monster Lake, from SLG Publishing.

 

gdbyerror:

Happy kids!!

Ben and Sarah actually would have made a really cute couple!  Not a particularly competent couple, but cute.

gdbyerror:

Happy kids!!

Ben and Sarah actually would have made a really cute couple!  Not a particularly competent couple, but cute.

Yeah, books will take you places, but I think we’d get farther with some reluctant readers if we pointed out that books can specifically contain some ULTRA SICK FUCKED-UP SHIT that you’d otherwise have a hard time finding outside of really hardcore horror movies, case in point: Zom-B.   It might as well be called OH MY GOD GROSS: THE BOOK but it’s pretty darn entertaining!

Yeah, books will take you places, but I think we’d get farther with some reluctant readers if we pointed out that books can specifically contain some ULTRA SICK FUCKED-UP SHIT that you’d otherwise have a hard time finding outside of really hardcore horror movies, case in point: Zom-B.   It might as well be called OH MY GOD GROSS: THE BOOK but it’s pretty darn entertaining!

http://cynicssong.tumblr.com/post/92898875720/gynostar-i-often-hear-that-if-i-really-care

gynostar:

gynostar:

I often hear that if I really care about human equality, I shouldn’t be a feminist but rather an equalist or egalitarian, or maybe humanist.

I’d like to know more about what issues this equalist movement is working on. Can anyone name a victory for equality/justice achieved by…

So… short answer: nothing. Just talking. Nothing else. Thanks for your honesty though.

I was a little fuzzy on what the different ‘waves’ were so I actually had to look up ‘third wave’ to find out what said wave’s accomplishments were, so thanks for educating  (and it turns out the answer is: “a whole shitload of stuff”.)

agoutirex:

Ok, since Muffintop seems to have met with a resounding YES from the wider fatty wank community (LOVE YOU GUYSSS C:), I’ve started thinking about putting together a possible sequel. To that end, I FINALLY got an on-line store, where you can purchase the original Muffintop collection. So if you were holding off on buying it because you didn’t want to have to deal with the jerry-rigged paypal system I was using before, now you don’t have to! http://www.e-junkie.com/279542/product/498684.phpTell all your pervert friends! XD

reblogging for pervert friends

agoutirex:

Ok, since Muffintop seems to have met with a resounding YES from the wider fatty wank community (LOVE YOU GUYSSS C:), I’ve started thinking about putting together a possible sequel. To that end, I FINALLY got an on-line store, where you can purchase the original Muffintop collection. So if you were holding off on buying it because you didn’t want to have to deal with the jerry-rigged paypal system I was using before, now you don’t have to!

http://www.e-junkie.com/279542/product/498684.php

Tell all your pervert friends! XD

reblogging for pervert friends

Happy Town

agoutirex:

I can’t believe they cancelled this show; I’m watching it now and it was SO GOOD.

I love how the main character Tommy Conroy is thrust into the role of sheriff against his will and, despite all his best intentions, is just colossally incompetent at his job. I’m so sick of TV shows where the…

So it’s about a sheriff trying to discover the whereabouts of a group of kidnapped children?

MYSTERY SOLVED

Confession:

kissmyasuka:

mumblingsage:

blue-author:

the-goddamazon:

I’ve never read Ayn Rand.

I hear so much flagrant shit about her books. The gist I got was she hates poor people and blames poor people for being poor or something?

But there’s gotta be more to it than that. I…

I’ve been reading The Fountainhead (well, listening to it at work) and, as a portrait of an idiosyncratic artist who does things his own way and struggles to find an appreciative audience, it’s not bad.  Roark is a weirdo, no question, but as a weirdo myself I can relate to having priorities that seem strange to other people and being baffled by those others in turn, and Rand isn’t a bad writer when she’s not on one of her hobbyhorses.

The main problems are 1) that Roark is held up not as an interesting, quirky character but as an ideal we should strive for, and 2) the villains are cardboard cutouts of the Evil Altruist.   Either of these alone would be wearying.  Put them together, and you have something akin to the anti-evolution Chick tract “Big Daddy”, with Roark as the clean-cut young creationist calmly and politely devastating the arrogant science teacher.   

FAMOUS ARCHITECT: But see here, Howard, why shouldn’t we add some decoration to the house if that’s what the client wants?

ROARK: Because that’s irrational.  You wouldn’t put decorations on your CAR, would you?

FAMOUS ARCHITECT:  B-b-b-but, now see here, my dear boy, why I never, in, in all my days, such a thing, it just isn’t done— (to self)  My god!  He’s destroying me! 

And like that.  Roark is going to design unadorned Brutalist boxes because that’s what he likes, and if you want your house to look like something else it’s because there’s something wrong with you.   

Later in the book (I’m only a quarter through this doorstop) I understand he starts dynamiting housing projects so I expect he gets a lot less sympathetic in a hurry.