Some animation to show that the Variety Frog Pad has six different designs. I plan to put this in my Frog Pad page. Please visit now. Under “Pages” to the right, click “Frog Pad”. Buy a Frog Pad or two. This is the first time I have used the “tween” feature. I like it! However, I couldn’t figure out how to use that effect in between the Pac-Man Frog and the Poison-dart Frog. Compared to the other smooth transitions, it seems to clunk from one to the other.
I give you doggy sketches but that is all. My Patrons get much more info. They get an Interesting Comment that tells them what the heck is going on here. For one dollar per month, you can make that happen. I am told that my Interesting Comments are quite witty and urbane.
I am presently indulging in a little bit of soul-searching. Does soul-searching mean that I am searching within my soul, or that I am searching for my soul? I believe that I am searching within. Reevaluating, you might say. Taking a hard, serious, sober look at my life. Did you know that there is a theory in physics that may suggest the existence of the soul as a scientifically verifiable fact? Super Symmetry suggests that for every solid mass, there is an invisible force that acts as a complement to the solid mass (Yin and Yang, perhaps?). Think about this…I am a solid mass, so therefore, there is an invisible force that is just like me, in some ways, and follows me around every day of my life. Some might say, my soul.
This appeared in Flint Comix #86, The Made in Michigan issue honoring all local contributors.
Let us have a frank discussion about your intelligence. No…don’t be afraid. I have good news! If you are reading these comics, you have already passed the I.Q. Test with flying colors! For it has been found that those who enjoy comics are usually above average in intelligence. This is according to a recent study conducted somewhere, most likely.
And, since you are so smart, wrap your head around this: I can safely say the phrase, “Anybody who doesn’t like comics, or is not reading this article is an utter fool”. Nobody can be offended because at the very moment you read that phrase, you are instantly rendered non-foolish. It reminds me of the sound in the forest conundrum, “If a tree falls in the forest and no one is around to hear it, does it make a sound?” Now consider…”If an utter fool is insulted in an article that the utter fool didn’t read, is the utter fool still insulted?”
I assume that you are one smart cookie, so I know that you won’t tell any utter fools about this article. And even if you did, and they read it, then they too will have been rendered non-foolish. It seems that I have inadvertently stumbled upon a philosophical loophole.