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One thing I noticed I’ve been doing more and more is to stop speaking before I’ve given all the details to a story (or whatever).  I’ve given enough detail to give you the gist of what was going on but not quite enough to really round out the story and make it complete.  And what’s you get in that gap is this weird awkward silence as the other party tries to figure out if you’re finished speaking.

The end.














Ok, so there was more to this post than what I wrote up top, but after some consideration, I decided it was too much like a rant and I didn’t want to post it.  So I cut the post down to the opening paragraph.  And then I thought it was funny and decided not to do another take on the post.

The end.

For reals, even though I still haven’t really given you enough details to round out the story and make it complete.


Uh…so this one isn’t part of the 100 random things list either.  This one again comes behest my coworker.  He didn’t request for me to draw sentient, rampaging hate.  It kind of came out of one of our conversations in which I was hating everything so hard that the hatred was going to become sentient and rampage around the client site.

Now I feel like I should qualify the type of hate that I was feeling.  You know how when you have a tight deadline and you’re working hard to meet it?  And then everything in the world conspires against you to keep you from meeting that deadline?  And how you subsequently feel about everything around you, no matter how inoffensive and innocuous that thing is?  Yeah.  That’s what I’ve tried drawing.

Actually, it was supposed to be more globby and slimey with the pulsatey glow.  But I got lazy.  So it’s not very globby at all.  But I should be.

Sentient, rampaging hate