…and then I went ZOMG Randy Milholland and his wife are having a kid! Which is great. Congratulations! I’ll spare the couple the usual advice that they’ve already heard umpteen billion times before. May they have an easy birth and a child who learns to sleep through the night early.
…if I was the sort of person who would get tattoos*:
“No one’s a bigger fan of what you do than the people that hate you the most.”
This is so, so true.
*I’m just not. I don’t have anything against tattoos, or the people who have them; I would recommend against turning your face into a Maori war mask, but that’s for practical reasons and I generally will only stare until I’ve had a good, long look and the novelty’s worn off. But I have no real desire to get a tattoo.
It’s resonating (language warning, not to mention basic worldview) quite comprehensively.
Can’t imagine why, of course.
[UPDATE]: Forgot to say: no, there’s nothing more enraging than pity.
Mind you, I am bitterly* envious that he can get away with doing stuff like this (NSFW) and I pretty much cannot.
*No, not really.
Mike, Mike, Mike. How is it that nobody’s killed you yet?
Yes, he’s a webcomic character. But it’s Something Positive: Randy quite enjoys slaying well-meaning idiots who say deeply stupid things.
Randy Milholland of Something Positive is right: this game is fun. And it’s a little trickier to master than it looks on first glance. Admittedly, it’s off of Lifetime – hence the very sarcastic nature of the webcomic in question – but I don’t think that he had to be ashamed of liking it.
Randy Milholland of the webcomic Something Positive is not ‘normal,’ and he would probably be angry with me if I said that he was. But he is clear-headed, and he is not a political obsessive like, well, me – so the designation more or less counts in this context.
Besides, this is, like, wicked funny. Without being particularly partisan about it. Warning: the language is a bit rough, so it’s going under the fold. Continue reading This is not how normal people see the Sanford affair.
I’m not saying that Randy Milholland is precisely normal – he’d probably be offended if I suggested that – but he may not be completely incorrect, here.
Something Positive needs some better sharing options, though. Just saying. The way that Achewood and xkcd set things up is pretty good.