The comic is taking a bit of time off. Why? Well I’m having some problems with a storyline and the stories that are written, I don’t have the sets built and I wasn’t planning on running them until the fall/winter.
I’ve also begun a monorail project which is taking some of my time and a bit of cash, let’s just say my other hobbies and fine dining have suffered a bit. I’ll post a few videos of the progress, the first is now availible. Like much of the comic, I have to keep it small for now.
So hopefully a few more weeks and I’ll have the next storyline going. I also hope it cools down soon.
I’ve suddenly busted out of my building funk. I’ve also been on a massive spending spree, which might get taken up in a different post. I’ve always been interested in the Lego monorails. They’ve always seemed to be fun, interesting, and just plain cool.
Sometime in late 91 or 92, I was working in Boulder Colorado across from Toys “R” Us. I was never in a dark age per se, I just never really spent a lot of money on Lego. One day when I was over at Toys “R” Us, I saw Lego monorail system. ↓ Read the rest of this entry…
What is my memory? Well it starts on the 10th. I was living in Spokane Washington and the football season was begining. Being a Denver Bronco fan I was really excited that I was going to be able to see a game with out having to go to a bar and hope they had the game on. It was a Monday night game against the New York Giants. I think the Broncos won the game, but Ed McCaffery got knocked out and I think he was done for the season. I went to bed a few hours after the game was over.
When I woke up aboot 12 probably, I didn’t turn on the tv or have the radio on. Spokane has the worst tv in the afternoons and the radio is hit or miss. So I went downstairs and did ↓ Read the rest of this entry…