Blog posts about making comics, creating zines, life, and everything.
Alexander FrehseOctober 18, 2009 | Blog
A tip of the hat to Alexander Frehse, inventor of the lemon meringue pie, and the subsequent lifetime of desert related over indulgence.
Early morning view from a train stationOctober 9, 2009 | Blog
At 6 am this morning, the view from the platform of the Fallowfield VIA Rail station was pure yesteryear. Track, waist high grass, then corn field stretching for a mile before blending into vague early morning darkness, and finally capped by the burly frame of the distant Gatineau Hills. If not for the staccato of […]
Everyone can relax, I found the Ark of the CovenantAugust 20, 2009 | Blog
As it turns out, the Ark of the Covenant wasn’t so much lost as it was misplaced behind my furnace under a pile of vintage Playboy, and Molson stubbies. If you can move it, you can have it.
Pecan butter tartJune 24, 2009 | Blog
I intended to eat half of the pecan butter tart, but then it kind of broke while I was cutting it, and fell apart, so I felt bad that I’d done such a shoddy job of halving it, I mean nobody wants to see a busted up pecan butter tart it’s such a sad looking […]
Locked in a beer coolerJune 8, 2006 | Blog
Typically I find it’s a good idea to be prepared. How can I prepare for all of the possible things that could happen to me in one day? Like that time I got locked in a commercial beer cooler.
Locked in a roomMay 22, 2006 | Blog
I got to thinking about the times I have been trapped in locked rooms without air ducts. It’s happened more times than you think.
A shower of thoughtsMarch 6, 2006 | Blog
Maybe it’s the soothing sounds of falling bath water, or the perky scents of aroma-therapy bath products, but a lot of people do their best thinking in the shower. So, here are, in no particular order, my most recent shower cogitations.
Summer vacation is overFebruary 5, 2006 | Blog
Summer vacation was over, and there wasn’t a damn thing I could do about it. Not to say I didn’t try.