- Tue, 12:18: I was planning to be productive today, but honestly I kinda want to just sit here and watch “Rarity Takes Manehattan” over and over.
- Tue, 12:20: I also want to draw a crossover of Rarity hanging out with the Pink Panther.
- Tue, 12:27: Robin Williams being awesome as Popeye. https://t.co/D18ilr9kwV
- Tue, 12:33: RT @DoodlestheGreat: Cracked nails it: http://t.co/q0C9GQAy2B
- Tue, 12:36: RT @spookychan: What?!?! Terry Gilliam is coming to @DragonCon? WHA-WHOA!
- Tue, 12:42: A beautiful piece from @malki http://t.co/Ngq5P3bwjg
- Tue, 13:05: RT @KyellGold: . @chipotlecoyote For another sort of take on how our interactions affect our content: http://t.co/coYDTwZpIA
- Tue, 13:27: RT @GeekGirlCon: Chasing the diversity unicorn http://t.co/zgqDHecGR7 via @CBR
- Tue, 13:30: "I don't want to see minorities in a superhero movie because I'm a minority; I want to see it because I live in society.” Well said, @cbr!
- Tue, 13:59: Finished inking another page. Time for a celebratory nap! #zzz
Medium.com: How to Be Polite
People silently struggle from all kinds of terrible things. They suffer from depression, ambition, substance abuse, and pretension. They suffer from family tragedy, Ivy-League educations, and self-loathing. They suffer from failing marriages, physical pain, and publishing. The good thing about politeness is that you can treat these people exactly the same. And then wait to see what happens. You don’t have to have an opinion. You don’t need to make a judgment. I know that doesn’t sound like liberation, because we live and work in an opinion-based economy. But it is. Not having an opinion means not having an obligation. And not being obligated is one of the sweetest of life’s riches.