heysawbones:

It’s MO MONDAY! Here is a page! I Thanks so much to Jon Cairns for the excellent advice. Again.

He gives a lot of good advice.

DAYMAN FIGHTER OF THE NIGHTMAN

It’s MO MONDAY! Here is a page! I Thanks so much to Jon Cairns for the excellent advice. Again.

He gives a lot of good advice.

cafiffle:

beesmygod:

like A Ghost Story? You should def be reading any of these other fine webcomics, most of which are made by good friends :D!

comics friends are my favorite friends

What a great set of comics to share a list with!

cafiffle:

beesmygod:

like A Ghost Story? You should def be reading any of these other fine webcomics, most of which are made by good friends :D!

comics friends are my favorite friends

What a great set of comics to share a list with!

claystorks:

Have a Judecca update! Questions are raised and apples devoured.

Judecca updates are always so viscerally satisfying.

claystorks:

Have a Judecca update! Questions are raised and apples devoured.

Judecca updates are always so viscerally satisfying.

@lazysmirk

stopitsembellished:

[Turquoise Jeep playing softly in the background]

tbh I’m waiting for that one shipperto CRY

stopitsembellished:

[Turquoise Jeep playing softly in the background]

tbh I’m waiting for that one shipper

to CRY

h e l p  m e

System and method for creating exalted video games and virtual realities wherein ideas have consequences
US 20090017886 A1
For quite some time reading has been a disadvantage, as when you quote the great books and classics, people either give you blank stares or make a mental note to shun and exclude you from both feminist and fanboy planning sessions for world domination.
In all the contemporary and prior art of games and video games, never will you hear an in game character quoting Abraham Lincoln, Ron Paul, the Founding Fathers, nor Jesus, nor Socrates.
Hollywood producers, professors, university administrators, and fanboys generally do not read, and they are paid quite handsomely in fiat dollars not to read. The more they don’t read, the faster the fiat cash keeps right on flowing as they build bureaucracies upon buzzwords;
My physics Ph.D. dissertation was entitled “Multiple Unit Artificial Retina Chipset to Aid the Visually Impaired and Enhanced CMOS Phototransistors.” Supported with generous grants from the Fight for Sight Foundation and NSF, the dissertation won a Merrill Lynch Innovations award for research with commercial potential; and I got to dine with David Komansky, then Merrill’s CEO, on the top floor of the World Trade Center’s Windows on The World Restaurant, before it was tragically brought down on 9/11.
Fiatocracies have the amazing ability to exalt groupthinkers to unheralded heights, and suddenly string theorists are physicists, feminists are poets, and soulless men who never read nor reference the Great Books are university presidents, surrounded by the student-debt-funded burgeoning administration of their fiatocratic fiefdom, who rose to power by navigating by their dictator’s will, while penning middling grant proposals replete with buzzwords such as “green energy,” “smaller carbon footprint,” and “social entrepreneurship.” Many of them are women, who have been told that men robbed them of the right to create airplanes, electricity, Shakespeare’s works, the lightbulb, powered flight, artificial retinas, computers, and relativity; and they are getting their revenge by creating fiat bureaucracies which exalt and profit off the 50% divorce rate and the war between the sexes that destroyed the classic American family—and needless war is the exact opposite of entrepreneurship and innovation. You would think they would thank the men for doing all the work all these years, but the genius of feminism is that it criminalizes the creator and places women on the frontlines of the fiatocracies, prints gobs of cash for the propaganda and programs, teaches them the perks of divorce and debauchery, and sends them forth to claim that which is not rightfully theirs, and to bring it on back to the banker’s corporate state.
In Atlas Shrugged, Ayn Rand writes,
Both The Inferno and The Odyssey are ultimately love stories. As are 300 and Braveheart, and every other epic.
Imagine a country singer who reveled in the Founding Fathers—Autumn Wests is her name. A mischievous wild child who rebelled, made some wrong turns and married the wrong guy, who fell in the fallen American context which had exiled its Founder’s principles, but who, like Odysseus, never stopped yearning for that truer home.
Well come ride with us—with Autumn and Ranger—with Adams and Cicero—with Socrates and Jesus. Ride with us on out towards the Renaissance; and I shall teach you how to surf the classics and open source software on toward the infinite wealth found in following your passions and dreams.
Imagine the glory of the First Person Shooter (FPS) that could save the recording industry—that could revive the record store—the Tom Petty’s and Pink Floyds and Beatles—that liberated the artist from the pomo-hipster groupthink lawyers and their fleet of fanboys.
The glory of the present invention is that it will allow the player to save culture. Armed with a flamethrowing machine-gun with a massive chainsaw, the player will be able to go after pirates— … If the player fails to kill the postmodern lawyers, who they shall be able to discern by their doublespeak and the massive amounts of cash that flows their way from government and corporate bureaucracies, the culture shall be lost.
This present invention hurls the spear.
The fiatocracy’s politicians are too busy destroying the family and Constitution at home, bailing out Wall Street Banks, and pornifying the world; as they hire and reward little manholes with fiat dollars to join in the debauchery, decadence, and fiat fun. I hope that this invention might serve the world with a System and Method for Creating Video Games with Epic Realities and Realistic Worlds that Evolve Via Ideologies—Ideas Have Consequences Game Engine Video Games with Deeper Realities and Epic Storytelling Wherein Characters Have Ideologies and Souls Libertarian Video Games—Rendering the Battle for Classic Ideals From Moses to Mises.
And so we march. We march for the renaissance.
HA HA WYDONA IS SO FUCKING COOL

HA HA WYDONA IS SO FUCKING COOL

Let’s get down. Theatrically. with Jesus.