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    Brian McEvoy
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December 20th, 2009
Dinobot, I'm glad you like it. I've started working a new job so I've had less time to do the comic. I'm glad you like it. It means a lot to me.
Congratulations on the publication. That's quite a big deal.
I hope to put up a few more food inventions. My nachos are amazing.
November 26th, 2009
What's a flash drive worth if it has incriminating pictures of you?
Planning Vs. Reality
I was planning to do this comic much later but it just kind of completed itself.
The coins are from
it is a creative commons image so this image is free of copyright. The author has my thanks.
November 12th, 2009
We'd be in trouble
They'd be pretty indignant little humans, wouldn't they?

I for one would not be happy if I were a cat who graduated to bipedalism and found out I had been fixed.
Also, not the most flattering drawing of me.
The scars were too horrific for the public.
Karaoke Night Massacre
I get lots of elbow room in church.

Most people don't believe me when I tell them I can't sing. One of my exgirlfriends didn't believe me until she heard my family desecrate the birthday song. She said it was a different kind of pain, or something along those lines.

Drawing all those people in pain was fun. That sounds a bit morbid, but the facial expressions of everyone was GREAT! Thanks everyone.

If you appear in this comic and want a high resolution copy of your image let me know and I'll be happy to give you your portrait, with or without the blood.

Sorry for the wide image.
Chenata Returns!
Glad to see you back.
No need to apologize. We both disappeared, remember?

Hope you like this comic, it's less serious than the last one. A lot of fun, but for different reasons.
For those of you wondering if I'm mad enough to make a sail-bike, the answer is, "It wouldn't look like that, but I've given it a lot of thought."
Who says all trouser snakes are one-eyed?
My girlfriend said I should make her a special edition of this comic where wear the condom.

For those of you wondering why this is invention #2, please look at last week's comic. The sail bike is number 1.
I'm curious how all this came to be.
The fallacy of my argument is, of course, that text messages are not meant for publication. They are being unfairly put into a class of writing they were never meant to compete in. At the same time I would like to encourage people to take care when writing people from their phones.
Look up
No one will read the above comment.
Honesty is my biggest flaw
Actually my biggest flaw is probably vanity.

This is not my funniest comic, but cross-walk signals that are inconvenient really bother me. I have actually come across crossings where the button is not reachable from the sidewalk. The pedestrian is expected to give a reach around and find the sensitive knob on the hulking tower. Heaven forbid that a person in a wheelchair need to cross, they better have their off-roading tires on because they'll be needing them.

It's stupid to even have the buttons. They are just one more piece of equipment to break down. Why not have the walk signal activate every time the light turns green? Are the designers just eager to burn out the red lights that mean don't use the cross walk?

This is what happens when city planning is given to a committee, someone's brother owns an electrical switch company so that guys says, "Hey, let's put BUTTONS at all the cross walks. That'll cost more money and be more trouble to program. PLUS, as an added bonus we can replace them every few years. Here's the best part, fellow committee members, we can make them inconvenient."

All this could be avoided if we didn't have those buttons. There's no need for them. The walk lights can just come on automatically.

My biggest fear is that if I propose this to a city council the committee would discuss it and after a month we would be using tax dollars to pay a legion of people to stand at every intersection corner and press the button constantly. A victory, in the wrong direction.

So, if you are waiting at an intersection and you have already pressed the button for your crossing signal, and you see someone coming from another direction let them see you press the button they might need, smile, and let them know that their needs are being looked after.

This rant was written at 4:10 in the morning. I apologize, but only for my grammar and punctuation. I seriously want to open the switch covers and fix the buttons so they are constantly closed.
I was shocked when I was told I was a virgin. I didn't think that kind of thing could happen to me.

This was a lot of fun to make. I didn't want to make myself look like an iPod commercial. Great, now you're all comparing the silhouette to an Apple commercial.
Male nipples. Worthless and hard to draw without drawing attention to them. You're looking at them now, aren't you?

Some people have been confused when I say, "American Parts" referring to the squishy parts of the average American torso.
New Tagline?
Did you just add the tagline
"Do we ever really know why certain people effect us the way they do? Why things happen the way they do? Wouldn't it be cool to know?"

I can't remember seeing it before. I like it.
Check out that portrait orientation. Pretty spiffy, but nothing's too good for you guys.

What do people think of the way I did the floor and wall behind the stall? I won't do the whole comic like this but for background and other less-important parts it's an easy substitute.