December 30, 2011
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To celebrate our 50th Small Comic, we’ve added some new tshirt designs at Skreened! http://ping.fm/sNDYm

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Bourbon Pete – Part Three

June 13, 2011
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New Orleans  was expecting a giant hurricane to come and wipe away the city again in a day or two. In case you were not informed, me and Christopher were there only a few weeks prior. What would have happened if we were sitting in a Po Boy’s, just scarfing down a muffuleta, and some […]

Bourbon Pete – Part Two

June 8, 2011
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We awoke at 9 in the morning, ready for a new day of authentic new orleans action. Crib took a shower and everything was perfectly fine. Petey took a shower and the bathtub made loud steamboat noises consecutively. Hungry, we went out to look for some old fashioned breakfasts. As we walked along Decatur, a […]

Bourbon Pete – Part One

May 26, 2011
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Written by Peter (with Crib) —————————————————————————————————– the following story details Peter And Chris’ trip to New Orleans. Most of the dialouge is paraphrasing. ——————————————————————— Dialysis. A man can’t pee with kidney disease. But when he recovers, he pees all the time. The old man and his wife discussed the troubles of the poor folk as […]

Movie Review: Harakiri

May 20, 2011
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Directed by: Masaki KobayashiTHE PLOT: This is a story of an impoverished wandering samurai who seeks out a clan to assist him in disembowling himself and cutting his head off. He finds what he is looking for, but the shogun man who recieves his request urges him to back down. He recounts the story of […]

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A Vey Memoir

May 16, 2011
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Yesterday I went down and talked to the Vey grandma.  She has Alzheimer’s Disease.  This is what she said. —————————————————————————————————— P: What do you want to talk about? G: Nothing. I can’t talk tonight. P: Why? G: Because, I can’t think. I’m getting tired. Wait till tommorow, I have to write down, see if I […]

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Dead Men

May 12, 2011
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It is the Twelfth day of May. So I bring to you a postcard I received from somebody that I used to know. It was sent from one man in the twenties to another man in the twenties.  This is the front: On the other side it reads: Correspondence Here: The one with me in […]

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