I post about random things I find on the Internet and add my oozing sarcasm to the mix. I also try and post up my sketches when I'm not too lazy. You can check out my art on the links below.
I currently teach at Comics For Thought.
thinking about the minimum wage gives me a headache. like especially when i see it on paper: $7/h
$7? Have you ever seen $7? $7 for an hour of work? Do you know what $7 gets you? It gets you, like, a gallon of milk and some lunch meat.
Seven little one dollar bills for an hour of work that’s nuts. There’s no job on this planet where I’d see someone being productive for an hour and think “Ah, that person only deserves $7”
I’d have to be a monster or something.
If you want more you can get a different job. Minimum wage was never meant to support a family or for people to love off of it, in fact the majority of min wage workers are high school kids.Actually, supporting a family and living off minimum wage is EXACTLY why the minimum wage was put into effect. So either you’re shockingly ignorant, or a massive liar. And either way, you’re a huge piece of bougie shit and a filthy classist who needs to shut their damn mouth before someone shuts it for you.
"you can get a different job"
- people who have never worked a minimum-wage job nor dealt with a difficult job market
People who can't draw: Drawing is fucking hard
People who don't try at all: Drawing is fucking hard
Teachers: Drawing is fucking hard
Beginning artists: Drawing is fucking hard
Pro artists: Drawing is fucking hard
Famous artists: Drawing is fucking hard
Extremely famous artists: Drawing is fucking hard
Long gone, passed away artists who went down in history: Drawing is fucking hard
People who are upset an artist won't draw for them for free: Drawing is easy!
Thank you to those who volunteered to be interviewed. I think that makes you super brave since I know that sexual violence is a hard subject and it is especially hard to go to others about it.
I deeply appreciate it and it will help my writing immensely. Right now I am just writing based off my own personal experience, but I know my perspective does not speak for everyone. So any input is highly valued.
I want to do more research for my comic on sexual violence and how people cope with it, but am too scared to ask people if they would like to be interviewed. Mainly because it’s not a topic I think everyone likes to talk about.
The questions mainly deals with recovery and not the tragic event itself. I would look up this stuff, but I actually want the answers to be more personal and on a person-to-person basis. Also because I know quite a bit of victims (myself included) have big “no-nos” on how sexual violence is represented in media.
If you have a lot of say on the matter, and would love to share your input, you are more than welcome to message me. Or e-mail me. Or contact me in any way you feel comfortable. My e-mail is….
ImagineTheEnding @ gmail.com without the spaces.
Or please reblog if you think there are people out there who would be interested.