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Putting Things into Perspective

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Change in Season

It takes a few times to get used to it, but after that, it’s really not so bad. Tangy.

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Being Sociable

  This is me at the coffee shop 50% of the time normally and 95% of the time when I’m hungover.

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Childhood

I started drawing comics again. To be posted sporadically at best.

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Bylines

I got a pretty cool byline for a concert preview I wrote for the weekender section of the paper. The one before it was shared with my roommate: Ryan Marr and Andrew Allingham are marginally employed English majors living the … Continue reading

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Letters to Juliet, Alternate Ending

There was a month last Summer that I was in between leases in Fredericksburg. I was sleeping on a couch in the basement of my parents house and painting the upstairs as a form of rent. Conveniently, they had cable … Continue reading

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Bulwer-Lytton Fiction Contest 2011

Since 1982, the English department at San Jose State University has held a competition seeking the worst possible first sentence to a novel. From vile punnery to the most flowery wording, these are the best of the worst that’d make … Continue reading

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The difference between a buttload, boatload and shitload.

I found that I’ve been censoring myself when it comes to measuring quantities in storytelling. It’s part of growing up, I thought, it’s inappropriate to talk about buttloads of shit in polite conversation. Not only was I wrong about what … Continue reading

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It took me a long time to even figure out a possibility of what might be going on in this cartoon

Drawing by David Borchart Contest #292, June 27, 2011 “This déjà vu is getting really aggressive.” anti-caption contest: “I wonder what it would be like if our pants were a little bit longer.” or “This is the most confusing way … Continue reading

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New Yorker Caption Contest

Drawing by John Klossner Contest #291, June 13, 2011 My caption: “Michelangelo was so dedicated to the game that he tore off his shell in some sort of illegal bunting maneuver, despite the screams of his brothers, “No Mikey, you’ll … Continue reading

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