This is our childhood dog. His name was Scotty. Who knows why. He makes a number of appearances in my sisters little commemorative memoir and biographical book about her life and childhood adventures in our neighbourhood East of Adelaide in London Ontario. Book and ebooks to come soon. There will be a post about it […] . . . → Read More: cartoon life: A shaggy black dog
I probably would have stayed with the same brand. But it’s too difficult to match things up. I have two big brand name handles bought in the last year, because I previously bought blade cartridges that didn’t fit the previous handle I was using. Can’t find that handle. Whenever my daughter comes home from college, […] . . . → Read More: cartoon life: Shaving time
Hmmm, maybe a crazy idea. My retro future fantasy brain on a spree. The city transit service could run a small fleet of AI Smart, small self-driving cars. Electric. We know they’re coming. A kind of car share system managed by a transit authority. You could hire one over the phone or through an app […] . . . → Read More: cartoon life: How about a transit-run AI self-driving smart car system for #ldnont?
Working through some confusion with information above my pay grade. . . . → Read More: cartoon life: What does this puzzling and outrageous IgG result actually mean?
Extensive list of allergies from the Gamma-Dynacare tests. Casein (milk, cheese, eggs), soft wheat, Corn, Oats….. Vanilla, Flax, Oranges, Mussels, Pea, some beans. Barley, Malt… Peanut butter, Walnuts… Starting dairy free today. Have to bring my glasses everywhere to read labels. No cheese. A staple. No Oats. The end of the morning standard breakfast […] . . . → Read More: cartoon life: Some foods I just can’t abide any longer
Google+, otherwise quite good, is broken on mobile devices, where I used it. I had been, consequently, otherwise distracted by a mobile app called Plag. This post earned nearly 5,000 shares. Whereas this extreme, Swiftian, despairing and evil idea gained 180 shares and earned a lot of outrage and engagement.Filed under: comment, political Tagged: Despair and […] . . . → Read More: cartoon life: Really it is no solution at all.
Stephen Harper promises Honesty, Integrity, Transarency.
Wonderful background of pasty pale unhappy old white people.
http://flip.it/xxBka and a recap of his betrayals.
Filed under: comment, political Tagged: Air Quotes
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Something I can’t figure out, is that if the CPC can track down one teen girl from her Facebook page, and eject her from a Conservative rally, because she wore a Liberal pin in the Facebook photo, that they couldn’t vet the history of potential candidates who pee in . . . → Read More: cartoon life: The CPC: sycophants or manipulators?
I scooped this from someone’s Tumblr post, and lost the link. Credit is due. But anyway, I thought that that remarkable downturn in civilian and military deaths was interesting. Technology and medical advances are responsible. More and more victims survive and survive with wounds, damage and handicaps where previously they would have died. No . . . → Read More: cartoon life: Technology: ups and downs
Richard says, “Just doin’ my job!”
Some time in the last month I used a tube of Crazy Glue for a quick repair. Somehow during that event, I managed to glue my fingers together. The tube spurted out an excess of glue, missing the intended target and covering my fingers. I had . . . → Read More: cartoon life: Saving an iPad screen from Crazy Glue
You know what, I get it that YouTube will run ads and targeted ads is a clever algorithm. But I’m avoiding this service recently.
The political negative attack ads on behalf of Harper and the CPC show up every time. I know I can skip anything after the first second, and I do. Even . . . → Read More: cartoon life: Stephen Harper Kills YouTube
The Prothrombin 20210 Allele is apparently traceable to some 20,000 years ago. This is late Pleistocene. This is late Stone Age. Hunter gatherer’s. My ancestors have been in Europe a very long time.
First records of my family in Italy are from the late 1800’s, the house on Borgo Nouvo, in Monteleone. Borgo Nouvo means: . . . → Read More: cartoon life: My stone age blood
Filed under: comment, photo Tagged: politician, politics, Stephen Harper
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1) Pages that don’t zoom. I want the text a bit bigger so I can read it. You want to show me ads. You disable zoom for your page. I’m frustrated by being unable to read the page. I don’t stay to see the ads. I close the page and move on. If it . . . → Read More: cartoon life: 7 unbelievable things people do to ruin your mobile web browsing experience! Complete with click-bait headline!
I has a question?
There are threads at the Zazzle forum asking how much do people earn. Nobody responds with an actual number. “Enough”, or “I do okay” isn’t an adequate response.
Well, here it is after two years; maybe 500 images, over 1,000 products, perhaps 1500 product views, a Zazzle storefront that . . . → Read More: cartoon life: After two years. Zazzle earns me $100.
The digitizer on this iPad has some brain dead spots, it seems, where Pencil in Paper looses its brain. Either it’s Pencil, some sensitive coding in the app or the digitizer, or memory, or processor speed on this 3G iPad. So the black line work was done in Paper with the new fancy stuff . . . → Read More: cartoon life: Stop waking me up I’m trying to sleep
Filed under: caricature, comment, photo Tagged: politics
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Exclusive! The note left in Justin Trudeau’s residence after the breakin.
Filed under: comment Tagged: Canada, election, politics, satire, satire already sheesh
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Whatever comes up, comes up. CT Scan clean. EEG clean. MRI today. Blood work excellent. Cholesterol low to non-existent. No risk of diabetes. My weight and condition is very good, aside for someone turning 61 years old today.
The drawing around the eyes, the shape of them in this cat suggested some sadness and . . . → Read More: cartoon life: Forlorn cat
Richard Thompson cartoonist recently of Cul De Sac fame – and a career of illustration and Richards Poor Almanac has an online store at Zazzle. It is worthy of your attention.
Cat and the Fiddle Card by Thompsoniana
Filed under: comment, goods Tagged: Commercial, Deserving
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This iPad has been displaying some odd problems with apps crashing, it seems, when they try to access memory, for instance Sketches app when saving, ScannerPro just after it takes the picture, when it frames it up. Paper too, when browsing through books of drawings.
I’ve been dropping into the app switcher mode to . . . → Read More: cartoon life: Do I have too many apps?
bigthink.com/neurobonkers/i…. Must share this again. Find a brief hour. Watch this video.— doug rogers (@dougsamu) June 01, 2014
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. . . → Read More: cartoon life: Set aside an hour to watch this. It is well worth your time.
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“I never made such a gesture.” responds Pierre Poutine, in response to critics of the so-called “Fair Elections Act’”.
Filed under: comment, digital, illustration, photo Tagged: bill C-23, Canada, CPC, democratic reform, Pierre Poilievre, politics
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We had the great delight to be able to stay in a small apartment in Paris for just a few days, down some maze-like streets a short walk away from Le Mouffetard. I went by one evening to buy a couple of bottles of wine from a shop there, open to the street with . . . → Read More: cartoon life: “Is no Franche”