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Friday, May 27, 2011


I think it's ridiculous that a car won't pass NC inspection because the check engine light is on. The computer said it wasn't a safety or environmental problem, so why should I be forced to pay $850 to fix it? As you might have seen in an old blog post, the misfiring cylinder was a problem at fist. But it started working better even though the check engine light stayed on. Bridge Point Auto couldn't fix it, my mechanic and engineer friends couldn't fix it and I obviously couldn't fix it. So I just left it alone and used the car to get to work.
Until the other day that is, when a police officer snuck up on me while I was parked. I really didn't know why he was walking around Waterfront Park. Then I looked back and saw the lights and realized that he wasn't just wandering around, talking to people. Anyway, he convinced me that it would be a good idea to take care of the problem. So I took it to the dealer and the car works better than ever now. I'm just a lot poorer for it.


Thursday, May 26, 2011

I've been Easel'd

easelainteasy.com is all new... and to promote the changes, Breena offered to draw profile pictures for people who wanted to share the news. So I made sure to get in on that because I do highly recommend stopping by to read the comics.

Wednesday, May 25, 2011

Toppins a Kid

Here's something I worked up to go with my other prints at Ricky Evans Gallery. If you live in Southport, you might recognize the waterfront, but if you've ever been anywhere near the ocean you'll recognize the dangerous seagulls. I like to watch when people come out to feed the gulls but get scared and run away. Seriously though, the real danger is just being below them. unless you have one of those umbrella hats.


Tuesday, May 24, 2011

It's a.../Lazer gun

Yep. We're having a boy. But don't worry. If you don't want to pay target prices, we are also registered at Walmart and Amazon.


Wednesday, May 18, 2011

Scale/Sermon notes

While Christy and I were at Dry Street, where I like to get a slice of white pepperoni pizza for lunch, a man in a golf cart drove up and parked next to a smart car. The golf cart was bigger and I thought it was interesting.
Oh, and the other page is about "It's never too late" or "God measures success differently" or something like that. I don't really remember. I didn't take extensive notes that day.


Tuesday, May 10, 2011

Vending Hand/Ghost Boat