Monthly Archives: July 2009

Kids in Public

When I’m over three posts on twitter, it’s time to write things out in a blog. Here’s the truth, and it’s a truth I know. The world is not made for kids. The children are our future, some say. Think … Continue reading

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The Price of Art

I draw cartoons because I want to. I write books because I want to. I make music because I want to. I help people with their issues with a software company’s product because if I don’t, I will eventually get … Continue reading

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The Child-Friendly Equivalent to Working Blue

At the moment, Betty thinks I’m freakin’ hilarious. It started out innocently enough. As Jennifer will attest, I’m not always the best at putting my clothes away. I was checking to see if a pair of my underwear was “good” … Continue reading

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Mommy’s in a Show!

You should totally check out Jennifer Pratt in Revenge and Sorrow in Thebes. I say this without obligation or pretense: Jennifer Pratt is simply amazing to watch on stage. Betty hasn’t seen Jennifer in any of the plays she’s been … Continue reading

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Chase Is Beyond Horrible – The Roundup

I’ve had some problems with Chase since they took over for WaMu. WaMu was pretty bad, too, but Chase has an ad campaign that keeps touting how great banking has FINALLY made it to Seattle, so this kind of thing … Continue reading

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Warehouse 13

You should check out Warehouse 13. It’s a big amalgamation of the The Lost Room, Friday the 13th the Series, Ghostbusters, The Invisible Man (Series), with a tiny dash of steampunk thrown in. The dash, it is very tiny. It … Continue reading

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UFO for iPhone

Expanding on an experience I just had, I’ve made you a UFO for your iPhone. I didn’t have the benefit of the picture, so I’m hoping it works better for you. Here’s what you do: 1) Download the “UFO for … Continue reading

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Distraction

A while back, I made a video where I attempted to show what having ADHD is like for me. The basic idea is that you’re trying to listen to the story I’m telling while all of the other things are … Continue reading

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Book Books Books

Stopped by the coffee shop today. Yes indeed it was the one Amanda Palmer visited on the day of Camp Tomato. While there, I talked to Miranda about Slanky. Turns out she got hers back when it was being self-published, … Continue reading

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Proof Jason Webley Is a Saint: Betty at Camp Tomato

Watch as Jason exhibits kindness to Betty, despite all complications: You can see me finally get her to come over with the “Here, let me tie your shoe!” gambit, but she quickly escaped again. At the end of Camp Tomato, … Continue reading

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