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Gosh dern, it’s good to be getting caught up with the blog posts. Much to discuss, let’s get started.
Our first cartoon today is another collaboration between my friend and colleague, Wayno. We kicked this one around quite a bit before deciding on this approach. Here’s Wayno’s account of the whole story. I remain mystified by people’s obsessions with virtual lives as opposed to their own. I’ve never done any of these kinds of things and am, frankly, afraid of them. They tap into some natural tendency of humans or they wouldn’t be so popular. I stay away from them because I’m pretty sure I’d be hooked and not get anything done in the real world. It’s the same reason I’ve never owned any video gaming system. Too tempting. Surfing the web is addictive enough.
Next stop, weight loss. Almost all of us could maintain a healthy weight if we ate natural foods and exercised, but it’s just too tempting to eat delicious, readily-accessible, inexpensive junk food and watch TV instead of exercise. I fall prey to this, too, in my vegan way. It’s the world we live in, waddyagonnado?
The early hands-free phone is an idea from my friend Michael Capozzola. It’s an opportunity for a fun pic. Check out some of Capo’s stand-up comedy. His routine on “cougars” is terrific.
As soon as I get some pics and video of my shows in Tulsa, I’ll share them here. They both went really well and were more-or-less sold out. Always fun to do comedy in the hometown. One show included a Piraro impersonator.