Remembering how to chair is a very important part of everyday life. I’m chair-ing right now as I type this update. I was chairing earlier as I was painting plastic Space Marines, which I have been doing quite frequently lately. I’ve also gotten a handful of Hell, Inc. strips drawn that I wasn’t expecting to have time for. I think I’ve been able to apply some of the stuff I’ve learned from the book project I’m contracted on to Hell, Inc., which has been kinda cool.
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3 thoughts on “Forgot How to Chair”
I want to Patreon you, but can kinda only afford a couple (US) bucks a month, because while I;ve been working more than ever during Covid, my money is buying me so much less due to scarcity (mainly food annecessary medications).
So I’m earning about 125% pre covid moneys, but my buying power is 50% less, so it’s like I’m working 30% more, ut can buy 25% LESS.
Sorry, I know that’s math with which you don’t want too deal.
Oh, and uh, somehow meat costs like 350% what it used to here.
Those expenses sound brutal! I don’t know where you live, but those are some rough-sounding numbers. Thanks so much for your support, and I hope you keep enjoying the comic every week! 😀