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For the liberal gay atheist in all of us. New comics each weekday at 12:01 AM.
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I was once a Evangelical Christian. I did the whole laying on of hands, speaking in tongues and general spouting of hate. Of course I didn't realize that is what I was doing. I thought what I was doing was spreading love. I consider myself blessed that I was able to break free of the bondage of religion and can now express my true self.
A great man once said, "You must be the change that you want to see in the world." I hope to change every day.
Before the haters get a chance to complain, I just want to state out front that, yes I did copy and paste today's comic. There is a GOOD chance that Wednesday will be the same image. My schedule has been nuts the last few days and this week isn't shaping up to be any better. :-) Sorry folks.
Fu! It's amazing what the brain does isn't it? That is part of what I teach in my pencil portrait book. I try to explain how the brain makes you think you are looking at something you aren't. Two ways that can be used in art. One is using art to fool the brain. The other is training yourself to look at what is actually there instead of what your brain tells you is there. It makes reproducing an object much easier.
There is no way that conservative republicans will vote for Bambi. That just won't happen. So lets say that without Bambi, 40% of the vote goes to the republican candidate and 60% goes to the democratic candidate. The democrat wins. Now let's throw Bambi into the mix. 40% are still going to vote for the republican. But 25% vote for Bambi. That leaves 35% going to the democratic candidate.
Republican wins. From the beginning, this was Ted's way of ensuring that Obama was not re-elected. Tomorrow he explains his reason why he is having a change of heart about this.