– I know much of the world is on fire, flooded or being blown away. I hope you’re all safe and secure, and if you aren’t I hope you will be soon.
Is the fourth Medusa bothering Michelle Xbox? Her eyes don’t look like that of Glados.
It is XBOX.
The sign is cut off at just the right place that we can’t tell if it says “in” or “inn”.
Thank you I was curious.
Michelle looks like she could be One Punch Man’s sister.
To those who wonder: the picture is actually hi-rez, just open it directly:
I hope you are safe as well
Actually not “much of the world”. Just some parts of the US that are exceptionally often in the news stories.
The danger with watching too much Television news is the danger of thinking everywhere the world is burning.
Private companies finance themself via Adds. In order to sell Adds, they need viewers. Emotions bring statistically more viewers then (local) facts. So they will look far and wide for “the next catastrophe”.
It is one reason why peopel think there are more wars. When in fact, wars are becomming less common and have been for the last century.
I guess I should have listed the various disaster areas I was talking about specifically. You’re right, obviously most of the world is doing relatively fine. But the last two weeks have seen a lot of large scale devastation and I know many of my readers have been personally affected.
Yep, but it’s still inside US and The Carribean 🙂
Even Syria is not burning anymore. And even Venesuela is… somewhat stable.
And Spain is just having fun.
Actually life on the planet has been pretty lousy for a lot of people over the last 30-45 days. Mexico had an 8.1 earthquake and a hurricane. The monsoons in India and Bangladesh have been particularly severe this season killing over a thousand. Recent flooding in Africa has killed many hundreds as well. Not to mention the killings of the Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar. But none of this usually makes on the nightly news in US. That’s why I mostly watch PBS & the BBC, and I listen to NPR.
there are floods in europe, but minor compared to irma
Houston appreciates the thought!
The graph of warlike activity over time is quite striking. It takes a sharp downturn in 1945.
Small groups still bicker, but the large, powerful countries no longer dare.
How many comic events do you normally participate in every year.
Five to ten, depending on what I get accepted too, what I can afford (most shows have a substantial upfront cost plus travel expenses,a nd you can never guarantee making a profit or even breaking even) and how much time I have.
C’mon, now, Jamie, tell us what really happened.
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