Sorry, y’all. All I have this weekend are jokes.
Look, this isn’t to say prayers aren’t appreciated. If you work at Walgreens, I’m not asking you to perform pro bono legal services. At the same time, maybe we should take advantage of opportunities for us to do more beyond saying 3 Hail Mary’s and “Good luck?”
Shoot. That might be my masterpiece, as far as In His Spare Time is concerned. Anyway, have a happy Holy Week, my fellow Christians! — This cartoon was originally posted in the comics section. I decided to move it to avoid confusion with Bubblegum-Man starting up in June. Fun times! Inspiration for this comic can […]
Let’s start off 2014 right, with another In His Spare Time comic! Today’s comic features Satan musing on the Greatest Trick He Ever Pulled. — Sorry for the lack of updates folks. Big changes are in store for 2014. Watch this space for details!
What, are you gonna argue with Him?
Remember when we did these every week? Ah. Those were the days. Speaking of awesome things, my book is done…er…again! Had some editing to do these last few weeks, and now I’m really feeling my book is ready to go out there. Granted, that’s what I said last time…Ah well. Anyway, if any of you […]
When I was about 11 or 12, I got a pet bird for Christmas. She (or he, we never did get the gender sorted out) was a bright green and yellow budgie. I named her “Quiver.” A short while later, we got another pet bird, a blue and white budgie I named Mr. Bluebird. […]
Today’s “In His Spare Time” is a bit different, starring national patron saints as opposed to angels. Originally, I brought in the patrons to enable me to take a jab at politics. Today’s patron saints are St. Joan of Arc (France) and St. Patrick (Ireland). Sam is an original character I created to be patron […]
Two posts in one week? Dang, I must have something important to be doing! Anyway, I’m going to try to put up one new “In His Spare Time” comic every week. We’ll see how long this lasts.
Realize I may be a bit late on this one. Ask me in the comments if I care! Seriously, though, “Dogma” is a great film. It is a bit weak on theology, but it’s still enjoyable. Plus, Alanis Morrissette is in it. One day, I’ll learn how to spell her name properly…