Wednesday, June 28, 2006

Man I want one...

In my youth, I had a wonderful beard that I took on walks and cared for everyday. I loved that beard. Now that I'm married, there's no room for my little beard in the relationship. Sure, you can say I'm getting whupped up on, you can even email me whip-cracking sound effects to your hearts content. I've tried to bring Beard back, and when you have to sit through day after day of "Please shave it... please?" and "When are you gonna shave it?" you think, "well, maybe she'll get used to it and stop asking". Now, I say this without hyperbole, after the third week of every conversation ending with a plea for shaving, one's resolve starts to shake. I still miss Beard tho...


Monday, June 26, 2006

How we do

Today's comic details our roles and processes that we adhere to when bringing you this comic. As you can see here Pilfro's diseased brain thinks up some new filth, and tries to get it through scams who acts as our conscience, gatekeeper and editor. I will blissfully draw anything that's put in front of me, no matter how stinky it is. This strip itself is a perfect example of how we do: The word on the bag was originally "Babies" when Pilfro first pitched it, but that was struck down right off the bat.


Tuesday, June 20, 2006

Killing Time

My god I'm slower than your Mother at a Slow Mom contest(uncalled-for Mother cut) lately! But I finally have the latest toon done and here it is. This one sprang from a conversation we've had many times questioning the sexuality of the Paladin class and the unnecessarily homo-erotically named talent of "Laying on Hands". The irony that this is a practice of the church and all the trouble their employees have been getting into on this subject is not lost on me. Needless to say, some of us(Myself, Pilfro) enjoy playing the squeaky clean Pallys. Others, Scams included take every opportunity to deride that noble class. Anyhoo, without further ado, here is a situation where the questioned ability could come into play...

Friday, June 16, 2006

DDO and why it is great...

Ok let's list some things we Like about DDO.
-The lack of sequential quests
-Fact that the monsters can see and/or hear you.
-Loving the city.
-Dungeon crawl quests 4TW.
-A rogue getting to actually do rogue stuff.
-The PUGs are mature.

Pilfro's reasons...
I like the feeling of being in one part of a big world,that will grow over time.
Eventually all the lands will be added. However I think they will always be instanced.....I dont think you will get on a horse and travel to the next city...but maybe.
The total mileage of storm reach is huge. If you take in dung space and all the houses market place...etc Its a lot bigger then it looks.

Oats' reason(s)
I like boobies...

Friday, June 02, 2006

Big News!! DDO PWNS ANOTHER WoW-ite!!

Oats has purchased DDO!!! Come to the darkside... walk away from the pastel side.

Thursday, June 01, 2006


Well I finished this book the other day, it was a run away hit in the 80s....but then so were parachute pants and Bryan Adams
I didn’t buy it; I don’t think the author was lying. I just think he has something going on in the old noggin that isn’t right....see "beautiful mind."

He doesn’t mention it, but I’m pretty sure he was named after the Whitley from "Another World"
Which is very strange since he is much older then her. But I’m sure it has something to do with time travel or something else he mentions in his book that makes no sense to the skeptic.

He makes a lot of mention on how the aliens are warning him about the hole in the ozone and nuclear war....I went on his web site and now his theme seems to be the evils of religion's(mid east war) convenient now that nuclear war with the Soviet Union is no longer an issue.

That said the book was a good read for the most part, and if you’re more open minded you might enjoy it more then me. C+