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Mondays and Fridays
A tax on both your houses!

A new chapter, and things are looking verse already.

I had an extra project this week.  While reading Michael Terracciano's Dominic Deegan, I saw that he mentioned the Web-Comics Auction for the Gulf Coast.  This is an event where several webcomic artists are contributing original works of art, which will be auctioned off.  The money raised will be used to help people and wildlife affected by the recent oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico.  If you follow the link, you just might see a familiar name ...

This is for a great cause, and some excellent artists are contributing (better than my little chicken scratches, I can tell you).  Check out the site, check out the charity that they're donating the money to, then come back and bid on some of the pieces.  You'll be helping a good cause, and getting some nice artwork in return.

Well, off to enjoy the holiday weekend here in the USA.  A cookout today, a canoe trip tomorrow.  Busy, busy, busy.  You have a great weekend, too.

3 comments:
Tyler Wright (tylgar) says:

Re: the comic- Yeah, try being self-employed, they're even worse.  Plus much, MUCH harder to figure out.

Michael McLawhorn (mhoram) says:

I do wish people realized that edible food, paved roads, running water, police and fire protection, etc, etc are not brought by the magic urban gift fairy, but paid for by someone.  

 

Americans (and I am one) are such spoiled whiny brats about taxes.

Sean Duggan (duggansc) says: Ah, the carpet tax...
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I'm a middle-aged computer programmer from Indiana, but I've always enjoyed doodling and drawing. After discovering webcomics recently, I decide to try my hand at creating one. My wife thinks I'm crazy. My wife is a very sensible woman. ... full profile