Andrew grew up in a cozy little cottage off the coast of Death Skull Island. There he was homeschooled in the art of coloring in the lines, knife fighting, and lava surfing. But eventually he had to leave his small island to go to college in California. He found his studies incredibly boring, and looked to stand-up comedy as a cure. He hated that too. Now he works a grown up job, and would someday like to make comic books for a living. Β He likes making toast, chit-chatting, and carrying out quests of vengeance. If you like any of these things, feel free to let him know.


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  1. Hello Andrew! I just discovered you because you discovered me. (Thanks, by the way.) Love your blog and your sense of humor. Where is Death Skull Island, by the way? I’ll drop by again (to your blog, that is, not to Death Skull Island).

    P.S. I, for one, hate sourdough bread. The very nature of a living element within bread that gets passed from person to person, city to city, and generation to generation sounds like a major plot to “take over the world.” πŸ™‚ Now that’s a comic book theme: The sourdough “mother lode” that conquered the Earth. Cheers!

  2. Andrew, I’ve really enjoyed your blog! I’ve nominated you for both the Genuine blogger award, and the Sunshine award. Thanks for the great writing!

      • Psh, however much time you play video games for, double that and you’ve got the average teenager.double again and you’ve got me xD I play wayyyy too many video games. What are your favorites?

      • Psh yes! Though luck,from Elder Scrolls I’ve only played Morrowind and Skyrim xP.. But usually I’m playing the Bioshocks, Dante’s Inferno, Brutal Legend, or Kameo πŸ˜€ Kameo actually kinda sucks, but it’s a good cure for boredom. The nice thing about Bioshock is you can shoot anything that moves! Great for anger management xD

  3. One day, I’m going to grow up and be funny. Or maybe I’ll just be funny…we have to set realistic goals. Or so my therapist says.

    If you could, a superhero Duck would be swell! Oma the Obvious sounds good…it would be “O ma’ goodness, I have to battle the evils of Spandex!!” It’s a starting point, go from there

    I’m loving the writing style. Having humor is a blessing. Having gas…not so much. I’m concerned about the inequalities. Hmmmm…

  4. Andrew, forgot to tell you I nominated you for a sunshine blogger award. Not that great with links, but the post says “nepotism” right in the title… Oh, and you don’t have to do anything. It’s a “no rules apply” award. πŸ™‚

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  6. Andrew–

    I used to be a stand-up comic too. My SERIOUS COMEDY blog is my way of getting back in the game from my desk, which I guess makes me a sit-down comic.

    –Cliff Carle

  7. “carrying out quests of vengeance”–hilarious!

    Reminds me of a business card I saw once that listed all the services rendered upon request, among them “Villages Pillaged, Virgins Converted.”

      • Hemsworth is icky, he looks like a seventeen-year-old boy hooked up to an industrial air compressor. If only Vladimir Kulich really WAS a Viking. (pant, pant) (sigh)

      • He’s old, but rugged. I’ll look into that. But the real question is how is Vikings? It looks like it has potential. I still want to see Hatfields and McCoys from the History channel.

  8. I’m laughing and it’s all because of this blog. I went to my closet and got out my wolf t and big foot t. Now, I can’t decide which one to wear. Perhaps…both at the same time.

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    • You’re the first person to actually know what band that is! One of the best shows I’ve ever seen. Never before I have seen a band play on actual people instead of a stage.

      • I caught them a few years ago, they played on people, on the bar, and towards the end, up in a tree in front of the club. They were also quite hairy.

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