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A Good Question

I'm in the office on Saturday morning, as I am every Saturday morning. Only this week I have a much bigger hill to climb than normal. At this point, I need words of encouragement, and what I got was this:

http://www.c-realm.com/comix/daily/view_comments.cgi?date=04%20Sep%202005

Excerpt:
How are you going to ward off the trans dimensional ghoul entities when your etheric field is so compromised?

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venusflytrap
Sep. 10th, 2005 01:57 pm (UTC)
wtf is that guy?
venusflytrap
Sep. 10th, 2005 01:58 pm (UTC)
unrelatedly...just wondering(dont know why)...do the little ones have a pet or two to frolic with...
kmo
Sep. 10th, 2005 02:18 pm (UTC)
pets
We have a cat for Logan to torment. His name is Nikoli and he gives Logan way too much patience and slack, though he does have a breaking point, and he's given Logan some well-deserved scrathes.
saint_monkey
Sep. 11th, 2005 02:38 am (UTC)
We can't all be Ken Kesey
I love it when people think that living in the real world in an unselfish way is "Selling out." Sure the whole capitalist cycle is bs and oppresive to the soul, we are monkeys that were meant to wander the plains hunter-gathering, not stressing over monthly reports, but you still need the cursed green bits of paper in the bank account so that the debit card still works. Very few people can buy bread with their sense of uncompromised artisitc principles.

My wife's parents give her heck all the time. They think she'll lose her soul by becoming a lawyer, (even though she has focused on environmental law,) and I'm sure that they won't be happy with me now that I essentially work for the pharmaceuticals. But we've got the law school loan to pay now, and it's getting to the point that if you don't sell out a little, you'll be on the wrong side of the widening have have-not gap. Now don't get me wrong, there's nothing wrong with being poor and living humble, but Katrina showed me what happens to the have-nots when trouble comes to the New World the neo-cons are building.
kmo
Sep. 11th, 2005 07:36 pm (UTC)
Re: We can't all be Ken Kesey
I think that the guy bemoning my participation in etheric-field-dampenning commercial activity (which, I agree, exacts a price on the soul) would rather I follow in the shoes of Grant Morrison rather than in those of Ken Kesey.
amonynous
Sep. 11th, 2005 03:40 pm (UTC)
Longshot
Hah, hah, I was looking at your old c-realm stuff (06-Sep-2000). I have to admit I had the Longshot-inspired mullet too, he is probably still my favorite comic character of all time.
I just thank whatever higher powers there may be that I never got those black leather pants I so wanted.
kmo
Sep. 11th, 2005 07:32 pm (UTC)
Re: Longshot
The 01-Jun-2001 shows the long-shot inspired mullet at the peak of its glory.

Do you have any photos of you in your mullet?
amonynous
Sep. 12th, 2005 12:55 pm (UTC)
Re: Longshot
Wow, that is indeed impressive. I don't have any photos with me, the family may have some back home. My hair is pretty thin and my mullet didn't get as long as yours in the back, but I did have the blonde thing going on.
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