Monthly Archive: October 2020
Recently a friend made a post on his facebook page about gays for trump. I still remember him talking about how he’ll be there for the LGBTQ community, but I knew he was lying. Then I wonder why other marginalized groups supports him. My friend also mentioned it’s like saying “jews for hitler” and someone posted a link to this group. Some people don’t have much of foresight. And these minority groups supporting trump is, much like the Jewish ghetto police are both “tools and a victims.”
At my store during certain holidays we made a special kind of kettle corn using food coloring. It’s more a hassle to make then anything because of how much cleaning you have to do, how you have to do it, and how long it takes. But in the end you have a mixed colored bag that just makes it more fun.
One of my favorite cartoons as a kid is coming back. What really got me about this clip is when you hear the line “clean vectored outlines” because I felt as if they were taking me, as someone that just happens to be a graphic artist. I’ve even made a drawing of Wacko for a flyer promoting no pants one year.
I was actually interested in animation as a kid and wanted to be a cartoonist, but slowly lost interest while in high school. But, still will watch cartoons to this day, and still remember how to do some animation. Just, I don’t have the will to work an entire skit. I’m just more a still guy.
If you’ve been on facebook, instagram, or twitter you might have seen some reminders on your feed to register to vote. That train has long left the station. It was a proud moment for me when I finally got to vote. It was something I’ve been wanting to do when I was a kid because it made me feel like I could be important. That election didn’t go as I wanted, but I did it again and didn’t stop, and will never stop.
This morning news broke that the governor of Michigan was meant to be the victim of a kidnapping plot by a militia group. Some people will call it fake news because they really believe if info is only true if it fits their narrative. And the best part is when you get some of these people to reveal their true selfs. Because first of all it’s hard to claim something is a myth when there is a history of just that, and talking about rounding people up which is talk that I’ve seen for years. I honestly don’t know what to do about such people that wouldn’t be considered a human rights violation.