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I’m An Old Man

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I’m An Old Man

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Couchsleeping

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Couchsleeping

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Tacos
A Brief Conversation After A Show by Mary Van Notes

A Brief Conversation After A Show by Mary Van Notes

(Source: maryvannotes)

juliawertz:

via Narrative.ly: “If you ask someone who works in comedy what is the most difficult part of being professionally funny, many, if not most of them, will tell you it’s the depression. I’m not saying all funny people are depressed, but having spent a lot of time with cartoonists, comedians and comedy writers over the past decade, I can assure you that the percentage of those struggling with depression is higher than average. My theory is that since the best comedy often springs from tragedy, cynicism, sarcasm and misanthropy, those who excel in comedy usually come from a background comprised of those events and character defects.”

Read/see more of this stuff I wrote about feelings on Narrative.ly

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Human Nature

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Human Nature

by Mary Van Note ( maryvannote )
Blog Love!: Indian Country Today Media Network’s “A Comic’s Comics: Charlie Ballard on Rez Dogs, R. Kelly and Redskins”

Does success as a comic — meaning a comedian — imply you’ll be any good at drawing comics — meaning cartoons? That’s what Charlie Ballard aims to find out. He’s been scribbling out some one-frame cartoons and posting them online.

Blog Love!: Indian Country Today Media Network’s “A Comic’s Comics: Charlie Ballard on Rez Dogs, R. Kelly and Redskins”

Does success as a comic — meaning a comedian — imply you’ll be any good at drawing comics — meaning cartoons? That’s what Charlie Ballard aims to find out. He’s been scribbling out some one-frame cartoons and posting them online.

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Long Sleeves and Shorts

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Long Sleeves and Shorts

"SanFranita: Marcella Arguello is Beautiful” by Anita Drieseberg

"SanFranita: Marcella Arguello is Beautiful” by Anita Drieseberg