Friday, June 24, 2011

Dave the Punk Rock Cat Kicks Out the Jams Page 16

Sorry this one is late, guys. I lost track of time. However, I think this might be a happy little accident. Updating on Fridays makes more sense, so I'm gonna try and stick with it. I have s many schedule changes that stem out of sheer laziness, I'm like [adult swim]. Ha! Zing!

So you know what it's like when you see an idea so good that it pisses you off that you didn't think of it first. Yeah, that's how I feel every time I read "Tales Designed to Thrizzle" by Michael Kupperman. I am infinitely jealous of that man's ability to turn sheer and utter nonsense into something witty, droll and clever.

Kin-Yoobi and Hyper Con are still looming dangerously on the horizon, yet at the same time still manages to seem so far away. Like many cons, I am sure it will be here before I know it. Are you guys going? You should totally go. All the info is on the Events page:
Go check it out! Help me sell out!

But how is life outside of the comic world? I don't really keep a regular blog or anything, and I HAVE talked about my real life before, just not often. I guess it couldn't hurt.
I am in fact working two jobs now, the record store and my friend's anime company. I haven't moved yet, but I'm hoping to soon. Seems like a plan that was really cut and dry in the beginning has mutated out of control. I am not certain how long everything can remain all up in the air like this. All I know is, we've been talking about moving for several months now. First it was supposed to happen in May, then it was supposed to happen in June and now we're looking at August... oi vey, as they say. There's also somewhat of a girl in Knave's life, but I seem to have a penchant for extenuating circumstances. She lives about an hour away, and as in the same boat as me, where she could be moving away any day now :P
The really crummy part is that we've only had one, really good successful date, and we keep talking about another, but no one has the time to take off. I think it will happen, I hope it will, at least.

In the mean time, it is summer. We had a rough start, it rained during Fanime, but now the sun is out and it's sweltering. I honestly couldn't be happier. As unpleasant as the heat can be sometimes, I much prefer it to the cold and the rain. The sun makes me cheerful, and the heat means I can go swimming. These are facts.
The weather must reward us with the sun still being out in November, and wait till at least December for the crap weather to start again.

Other news: Frontalot is back in SF this September.
If you Bay Area nerds know what's good for you, you'll be there.

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