Hyperbole and a Half Power is intoxicating. Everyone loves having the ability to make their decisions into reality — to think "this should be something that happens," and then actually be able to make that thing happen. It is also dangerous. And it is especially dangerous when applied to four-year-olds. Four-year-olds lack the experience to wield power responsibly. They have no idea what to do with it or how to control it.
comics about a cat who is also a doctor
Now, politics aside, I don’t think his rant has much coherence as an argument. He makes a lot of logic leaps in order to link protesters to terrorists, and takes certain big things for granted which I think are factually incorrect. Perhaps if someone set down with him he could explain his thought process beat by beat and how everything he mentions is linked together, but we’ll probably never get that chance. The response from the comic community has been mostly negative toward Frank’s views, and our friends over at The Webcomic Factory have made a comic that’s been getting a lot of attention… so I just had to share. The Webcomic Factory’s response to Mr. Hot Mess - A Webcomic Series by Diana Falzone Emily Chan & Geoff Skinner
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A few weeks ago I got a second kitten. His name is Maxwell, and he's only got three legs. They don't know how he lost his arm, but I assume it was a shark attack, like that surfing girl in Hawaii. I've been making tiny hats for him out of construction paper, because I don't know what else to do with all this damn construction paper. Books of Adam
Scandinavia and the World - Under The Sea