We’ll miss you, Riser.
Anyone following me here: you are kind people. Kind indeed.
However, since RiserGlen passed away, I haven’t had any pictures over which to pour my adoration. This is why I shut down this blog and opened my own.
Please update and follow, if you please, my other blog “Simple Things,” located here:
Thanks for reading,
Yeah. It’s a comic all right. It’s got drawings, and a story, and words. Yup. So, it gets good when exactly?
I dunno, I may have to go re-read Bone to get the taste of mediocrity out of my mouth.
We’ll miss you, Riser.
I know someone who is extremely Liberal. He of course complains about Glenn Beck and the “brainwashed conservatives” while quoting Keith Olbermann and reciting the Obama administration’s talking points like they are gospel. I deal with this person by agreeing with him about how CNN is terrible and The Colbert Report is awesome.
I know someone who is extremely “anti-corporation.” She of course contacts me through her Apple cell phone and COX Cable Internet connection to let me know she’s driving her Chevy Malibu powered by BP gasoline to the mall to buy her Al Gore books from Borders and get her clothes from the Gap. I deal with this person agreeing with her that George Orwell was a fantastic writer.
I am a fiscally conservative, socially liberal, skeptical agnostic who hates labels. I deal with myself by pretending that labeling myself a fiscally conservative, socially liberal, skeptical agnostic who hates labels is so paradoxical that it removes myself and the labels from existence.
I guess it’s all about what ever makes you feel good about yourself, I guess…
Normal people, I’m told, would think that a plane ride to prison is the scariest thing to happen to you. I wish someone would have told me before this whole ordeal started; I just felt bored.
It was about to be too much…I was almost there; total mental breakdown. I could feel it tugging in my head, whispering, urging me, in the darkest of voices it would say:
“let go and rely on me.”
I’m officially the best friend in the universe.
He took a second between bites and looked up at me with a scowl. “I never understood people who say, ‘if I could do it again, I would do it the same,’ even for favorable outcomes. I think people who rely on their mistakes for education are damn fools!”