Aside from making goofy web comics, I also think food is pretty important. With that in mind I think food is better when it’s fresh and the closer to home that food is grown the better.
Check out this KickStarter page linked below and maybe help me get a project a off the ground. We are trying to build an Aqua Farm where we will produce fresh, healthy shrimp and eventually fish and produce.
If you’re interested we have a ton more information about Aqua farming through the link.
I drew this after reading an article about Berenstein / Berenstain online. I remembered it as STEIN… Google it, or the Mandela Effect if you’re interested. You will find some outlandish, yet entertaining reading.
For the record: I think it is more likely that “stain” is often misremembered as “stein”, than what some of the theories found on the internet propose.
Welter, University of Baltimore’s lit mag, is accepting submissions for Fall 2015 and we look forward to reading your work!
Deadline October 7
Poetry, 3-5 poems
Fiction, Creative non-fiction and Memoir: 3000 words max per piece
How to submit: welter.submittable.com
Include brief bio, contact information, and the title(s) and genre of the work(s).
Include name and email on every page.
Include the titles of each piece in their submittable title.
Questions? Contact us at email@example.com
A few months ago I posted on this site that my best friend, Dustin, had died after unexpectedly falling into a diabetic coma. Today, I just found out that another friend had suffered a brain aneurism and is at the moment recovering from surgery at Johns Hopkins. She’s not out of the woods yet though.
It was too late to do anything to help Dustin. Fortunately, it isn’t too late to help Cleo. She had just graduated from university with her bachelor degree and had a bright future ahead. Now, though in the hands of some great doctors, she is in a precarious state. We are hoping for a full recovery, that she comes through the other side of this in strong health and is still able to claim that bright future she has worked so hard for. She is a kindhearted, creative and beautiful person–the world is a better place with her in it. Cleo is going to need all the help she can find to get back on her feet.
I’m asking for your help, readers. We all know how expensive medical bills can be. A crowd funding campaign has been started to raise funds to cover said bills. Please follow the link below, learn more about Cleo’s story and if you have it in your heart contribute to this effort. Any little bit will help.
Thank you everybody.