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Thursday, November 25, 2010

Employees Only - Try Not to Die Thanksgiving Edition

I'm not going to lie, the cranberry relish was a little trickier than I thought it would be.

Anyways, it's nearly four in the morning, so I'm going to sleep. I hope each and everyone out there has a great Thanksgiving; and if you're planning on joining the mobs tomorrow for Black Friday, I hope you have a safe and riot free time.

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Oh man am I thankful for a comfortable bed right now!

Thursday, November 18, 2010

Employees Only - Coconut

When the whole shenanigans with NBC happened a while back I felt bummed for Conan like everyone else, but I also felt pretty guilty because I wasn't watching his show regularly to begin with. Sure, I caught episodes on the internet every once in awhile, but I never made a point of recording the show on the DVR or staying up late to watch the hilarity ensue.

Now that he's back though, I'm focused on being a dedicated fan. I'm super happy to be watching Conan's new show, and while I won't be nailing toupees to coconuts anytime soon, I figured I'd give special recognition to the iconic red hair in my humble comic.

But if you haven't been watching the show, get started! It's too good to be missed!

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Thursday, November 11, 2010

Employees Only - This Tornado is Delicious

I originally wanted to do a comic about Storm Chasers, but couldn't think of anything good to make. Leave it to the Mix, who sent me the full script for today's comic, via text message, 30 minutes after I asked him if he had any ideas for tornado comics. It usually takes me a couple days to work out comic ideas for Pete sake...

...I fear the Mix's powers are growing.

Incidentally, in researching today's topic I've discovered that tornadoes are also rich in dietary fibre, antioxidants, and minerals - especially category fives.

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Thursday, November 04, 2010

Employees Only - Cheater's Remorse

I didn't know how much I loved her until I dumped her for a younger, perkier contender.

My remorse was truly palpable, and I even called up AT&T asking them what to do if I decided to come back. Unfortunately Verizon is returning to it's bastardly ways of loading phones with unwanted crap that I can't remove without hacking the damn Gibson, and I just wasn't ready to deal with it. This in itself is worthy of an entire separate post, but I'm just going to button up my rage and keep my fingers crossed that eventually Verizon will stop force feeding me stuff I don't want or need when I'm already paying them money for something I do want.

In the end, was this enough to make me part ways with R2D2?

No, but I still miss having iPhone around. Oh man, she made the best apps! I used to watch Netflix with her and even doing my chores is a lot of fun when she's around...

...but Android's is still pretty good...I guess. I gotta say that having a flipp'n astromech in my pocket is very pimp indeed. Every time someone texts me, or I get an alert and I hear R2D2's beeps and whirrs - well my separation anxiety loosens a little bit more. R2 is a pretty good phone, and I have a feeling this little droid and me are going to be through a lot together.

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It may be a bit awkward to run into the old phone when she's on her new network though. I'm not the jealous type, but hopefully Verizon doesn't screw around with her too.