I have a history of bad choices, it’s true.
We did a bit of a Dr. Who marathon today, cruising through most of season four. The two-part Silence in the Library/Forest of the Dead story, written by current show runner Stephen Moffat, gets me every time. Like, tears running down my face gets me.
Just a quick study of some different possible,eyes. Trying out some new approaches to eyes, but I’m not sure i really liked any of these that much compared to how I do it already.
I’d always suspected, but now it’s official.
So, y’know, now that’s been settled once and for all.
Got new glasses today. The Wife approves.
I’m not at Comic-Con. Everyone else is, but I am not.
This makes me sad.
Panel two sums up my marriage in a single image, folks.
I’m…I’m not really sure why my wife married me, you guys.
I don’t know if the comic carries the message quite as clearly as I wanted. Don’t get me wrong, I think First Amendment freedoms – especially freedom of speech – are the most important freedoms we have (yes, even more important than yer right t’guns), and everyone should have the opportunity to speak their mind on things.
What gets me are the people who are suddenly experts on every incident that crops up in the news. The armchair politicians. The weekend lawyers. The people who think they know better than the professionals.
Now, I’ll be the first to admit I am a know it all. I have no problems weighing in on the actions of Congress, the latest scandals, or the travesty of justice that is something like the Zimmerman verdict from this weekend. But at no point do I claim to know all the facts.
Don’t get me wrong, I do enjoy drawing on the iPad, but it’d be nice to have a more versatile and powerful program to do said drawing with. Ad I’m just not gonna find that on the iPad. But one of Wacom’s Cintiq tablet things…