Okay, so I know the comic's late, and I apologize for that (I had a stomach bug for a while and it pushed me way off schedule) but I HAD to post this the second I saw it:
Congratulations to all the couples who now have the option to get married, and congratulations to anyone in the gay community who now have the option. There will no doubt be backlash for this decision, but I think it's safe to say that this is a big step on the road to equality.
Life's tough when you're different. But it just got a little less tough.
I read this comedy website a lot, and they ran an article about the psychology of various stereotypes of people you see on the internet, One of the entries was about trolls, and it linked to this step by step video guide for making trolls give up, every time.
I was pretty skeptical at first, because people always say it's best just to ignore trolls. But I found this vid very compelling. It made so much sense and made me feel like I really understand trolls a lot more. So I had to try it out. Every time I have so far, it's worked. Feels nice to be able to put someone like that in their place and stop them from being deliberately anti-social at the same time.
So anyway, watch this video and never get trolled again.
Art blog 'The Spiraling' just published an article about Zip.
To learn about my inspirations for Zip, my story in the Psychedelic Journal of Time Travel, how I met Michael Smith, and more, click this link to be taken to the Spiraling's article about The Adventures of Zip!
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