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Idea, Cedrick the Burning Lord, or that blue flaming guy from all the motivational poster, has an Ask so and so blog. Will have random postings and when the questions start coming, answers. feel free to stop by.
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Greetings all of you that actually reads this. Felt like post this somewhere, for it is crucial info that all males ought to know about facial hair!

Young men between the ages of 13 and 25 may experience one of the few joys a puberty, growing facial hair. The younger of the men will more then likely be ecstatic when the peach fuzz on their face lengthens and then darkens. For those young men who wishes to develop more of this, rather they fancy a dapper mustache, the hip goatee, or to sport the rugged beard, some things you need to know.

For a darker and fuller patch of face fuzz, you'll need to trim the peach fuzz or all out shave it off. This will insure a neater and more solid color for after this all future hair with be as dark if not darker then the hair on your head. And on a side note, the last bit is true if you for what ever reason decide to shave the peach fuzz off of your arm, back, and front of your torso. So if you have the hair gene, and don't want to shave you're body regularly, best leave it alone, else it will be darker then before.

And for those he aspire to grow facial hair, but not a full on beard, it is best to grow it all out to and extent. Two good reasons to do so. For one, have any idea how silly it is do have a smooth face, yet stubbles across your upper lip or chin? It looks very bad. At least with the 5 O'clock shadow you can keep from being embarrassed and still have a rugged edge.  Second, maintaining the subble area may be difficult where you risk shaving too much off and end up with a dinky stache or a pygmy goatee. This will also allow you to shape your desire face-doo to fit what you want and your face.

Maintaining your face hair is easy enough and can only require a razor, clipper or and electric razor, and or the comb and scissor combo. the old razor with shaving cream is good to keep your face baby but smooth, how ever, best for clearing the subs and the shorter hair out of the way. Best to trim and unwanted facial hair first before using the razor. The electric clipper or shears should have a variety clips to help maintain length with one being the shortest and even as far a Five with some, though you should only need the first two or none of maintaining your face hair. Electric razors are made for a closer shave, though have not found one that gives you a truly even and smooth feel that a razor can five you. And on some models of electric razors have a trimmer that is good to shape your facial hair to your desired specifications. Comb and Scissor is difficult, and might be easier for someone else to do it for you since it requires both hands and best for your longer face-doos.
And also, one last thing to mention, is that for those not use to having a lot of hair on your face, it can be hot and itchy at first. Either shave it and start it up, thin it out or shorten it to help to get moister from the air to it. Not special shampoo or anything is needed, just soap is fine and a comb if long enough to keep it clean.

Suggestion for the newly facial haired men out there.

The Goatee is hip and least irritating. It also can cover a weak chin by making it look like its longer, gives the person either an intellectual or daring look and it is great during high school and throughout college. The Goatee can also combo with mutton chops or any other side burns to odd a bit more edge as well as most thinner and even connecting to a mustache to make a beard without the sides for a cooler (literally) face.

Mustaches varies on length and thickness as well as the person's face and hairstyle. Same with chops and some full on beards. Best advice, shave the parts you don't want, except for the chin. This will allow you to assess your face with a back-up goatee if you were thinking of one as an option, and in some case, stabs can go with a goatee so you can regrow the rest while maintaining the tee.
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I have this thing about moving on and leaving the past where it is and not look back. Sounds good, but this also include people that I knew. Don't bother staying in contact, just leaving them behind, from moving, when I left school and such. It never does any good to do anything about it, right? We would stay in contact for a little bit, then life happens and we drift apart and then nothing but a memory. Well, for some reason or another, thought about looking up an old crush (talking about middle school here), just to see where she was doing with her life. Think I've found her.

I was (and still am) a shy shit, though we did do the whole smile wave thing, danced with her at a few of the dances, passed notes and all that, though never had the balls to actually do anything more, and found out that we were going to difference High Schools, and then with some other things, just didn't want to do anything except the one last note, and even gave her a rose on graduation day. over 13 years, I decide to look up, figuring she must be married with kids and doing good, and well, looks like she's doing great. Now I am frustrated with rather or not to make some kind of contact or just leave it be.

I mean, was never intending on hooking up or meeting up, just to see how she was, and lay some things to rest. My self consciousness is kicking in, considering what a shy shit I am and that I have not done a damn thing with my life as of yet. Know if I don't do anything though, well it won't be any different then where I am, however, knowing that, I just can't leave it be.

Writing all this here just to get my thoughts out there and hopefully feel more confident with my decision. And for any of you shy shits out there, fucking grow a pair, else you may live with regretting never trying. Just go! Worse is you feel awkward as hell for the moment, maybe laugh about it latter on rather then living with the "what if" over your head.
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Well, haven't been updating much, mainly due to the lack of modivation with the lost of so many loved ones all within a certian time frame, mental block, and some computer troubles (must of my newer stuff has been nearly wiped out) nothing too important that I can't get easily enough from the sites comic wise and saves a few things I've been working on. Just got to push on.



Though would also like to share an idea for a wannabe super hero comic that has been buzzing through my head. Know the whole hero spoof or the loser kind of thing has been done with incompetant or generally disorganized heros but alot of them still have pretty cool powers just they themselves arn't so good as the whole hero thing. Was thinking about a group of heroes who have been having a hard time fitting into teams more because of the super powers that they have. It is by being together that no only does there powers ain't effect the team, but they can truely work as a team to become the heroes they have always aspire to be.

So far have come up with four:

The Righhtous Unicorn:
Started off as a gag character, R.U. would grow on me. Given the power of highten strength, speed, agility and stealth by a mystical crystal in the shape of a horn, the Rightous Unicorn strikes fear in the hearts of evil rather they notice him or not. His horn only works when it touches his forehead, hence the unicorn motif. However, his stealth powers makes it hard for people to notice him, including the news and other supers, thus was never asked to join a team.

Scape-Goat:
Another gag character created as a silly excuse for late comics. The Scape-Goat is naturally athletic due to years of being picked on and chased by people he have a habit of blaming him for everything wrong in there lives. Which is exaxtly his real super power, enciting blame towards himself. having limited control of this power made it hard for Scape-Goat to stay on a team for long rather he was being blamed for taking someone's lunch or accused of being a mole.

Nulifier:
A stong induvidual in both strength and convections and always prefers doing things alone. This is due to his power to weaken other supers around him. No matter if they are supers, metas, mutants, psychic or carny, his powers can weaken the powers of both hero and villian. He is even able to shutdown a supers powers just by making physical contact with another super. This is both a gift and a curse. Hard to gain the upper hand when both sides have there powers weakened, or if the villians are out of range. His attitudes doesn't help much as he use to move from team to team before going solo again.

Miss Distress:
She is both strong and athletic and has taken up several types of martial arts in a quest to better herself and the city she lives. However there is just one problem, her power. As her name may suggest, Miss Distress has an uncanning ability to be kidnapped by the villian every single time the villian desides they need a hostage. In addition, any non villian with a Y chromosome or dog within a mile of her is able to save her with ease. At first this was good, for the heros can put a tracier on her to find the villians lair. Though when that trick was discovered and the frequency of her play the damsel, Miss Distress would leave her team to find away to become stronger and more independent, not needed to be saved by Bengy or Wonder Lad.

It is only due to a bizarre combination of there power are they able to work together with out any of the side effects of each of their powers and are able to kickbutt and be the heroes they wanted to be.
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Been a cat person for over twenty years. There was always a cat in my life as far as I can remember, and only once did we have to put one down, except for today.

Toma Neko, about 12, was the first cat we have since moving to the Sacromento area. He was demanding, loving, had his claws out all the time where when he walked on the hardwood floors it made this clicking sound, derpy, and good natured especially with the other cats. Months  ago his jaw started to hurt for reasons we couldn't figure out. He was eating less, went into spasms and over time grew thinner. Talks of putting him down started when he no longer was in control of his blader and have been putting it off for a month. I mean, the idea of take an old friend to be put down was very very hard to think about yet hard knowing that he was only getting worse. So today, my sister and I took him to the vet, he decided to was the perfect time to emptied his bladder on the way and in the box we brought for him. Funny thing was, when they were putting the cofitor in him, he was fighting and biting. They had to give him a seditive. So much life, yet still was dying. We said our good byes while he laid there. The doctor came, ithe went peacefully. Not sure who came up with men shouldn't cry, but fuck 'em and see how they feel about putting down a good friend.
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Hello folks, decided to participate in this Journal Feature meme thingy that I responded on LordLuke's Journal, So here are the rules:

1. For each of the 30 first people answering this journal, I will put their avatar and the three deviations I like most from their gallery on the list!

2. If you answer,you have to do the same in your journal, putting the tagger on the first place.
The idea of this is not to get a free feature, it is to spread art around for everyone!


1.) :iconmr-page:


My Life Depends On It by Mr-Page    Professor Layton's Challenge by Mr-Page     THIS IS FUCKING AMAZING by Mr-Page


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Thanks for your time, ans as always, muffins forever!
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For those ho may not know, you can order Personalized M&Ms at My M&M's.com( www.mymms.com/ ). Usually they are meant for weddings, graduations and stuff like that, but what else can you do with them? Well been musing on more funny and inapproperate uses for these classic candies.

You have been going out with this woman for x amount of months. It's about time that you get serious, and dump her. That's right, break up M&Ms. You take her to a nice public place, start off with "Babe, (or the name of the woman), we have had great times, but... " then hand her the M&Ms. With the site you can print short messages like "breaking up with you" or "let's be friends" and other short heart breaking things. Can even add an image to the little this, depending if you can find a broken heart image or what not. Now she will more then likely be some whay miffed at this, thus insuring the break up. Also later she will more then likely be sad and will need something to fill the void. Good thing she has those break up M&Ms prodiving she does not throw them or shove them in an inapproperate place.

And why stop there? Need to let some one go? Fire them with the chocalate that melts in your mouth, not your hand! Want to come clean to your spouse about your affair, there's an M&M for that! Coming out of the closet? The folks will not be any less desappoint at reading "I'm Gay" on a tiny piece of candy! And the list goes on. Though keep in mind that tyou might be shelling out 30 to even a 100 dollars just to delever bad news, but isn't the thought that matters? and speaking of bad news, why not M&Ms for your funeral? They can't be mad at you, your dead, and might get a smile on a face, cause that's just so you.

Thanks for taking the time to read this rant, and Muffins Forever.
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Howdy. From time to time I get this odd ideas. A week or so ago had an idea for either a movie, series or the more likely comic. You all know the story of a guy out for revenge. And then you follow his exploits, and delve deeper into his reason for it, his personallity and such and then finally he finds the guy and they fight, he wins and the big bad is no more, all with our hero learning that vengence is not the answer.
What if just killing th guy was not enough for our hero. What if his drive for vengence was so great, he is will to persue the guy to the depth of hell just to satisfy his thirst. Was thinking of a Dark action packed comedy, setting can be a fantasy ish since it may explain how he'd travel to hell, and everything else is a total blank. If this at all sounds familiar, maybe someone else had this idea and has an noval, comic, series whatever about this, would like to check it out at the least. if not, then I might have to get serious with this.

Thanks for your time, and Muffins forever!
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You may have heard about the occupy wall street, the 99% and all that stuff. Well, I have an idea that might help with evening the balance a bit. Stage one, we kill all of the rich peoples parents in the back alley of a theater. Worse case, the rich get richer and they might spend a bit more. Best case, they fight some crime while in capes and spandex and then killed in the street, thus there wealth will go to any children, family, charity, banks or what ever, thus lower in rich population, and giving some back. Ultimately, there will be less rich people and if we're lucky, less crime and more money in the economy.

(The following view is just a random rant that should not ever be taken seriously. The man that writen this journal is also not responsiable if some nut job actually tries this. Anyone that would take this serious or find this offensive and then comments this should feel sillyfor taking this seriously.)
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It has been 6 years since my comic has been put on the internet. Just wanted to thank anyone that reads it, as well as to everyone that has commented on it or anything I have put up on here.

So thank you all and Muffins Forever!
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Damn, nearly a year since I posted anything here. Really need to get into the habit and just post random ass stuff here till to get in the swing of things. However, this is something important.

Six years ago on Dec. 14, a man would start posting an online comic using sprites he made using nothing more then MS Paint. To this day, that man continues with over 650 comics and still going. This man is a great and inspirational... ah hell, it's me. And the comic, D.D.S.R.
and to celebrate, will be attempting to do the Miss D.D.S.R. Pageant, providing I get enough people to comment vote and such.

So feel free to check it out here:

ddsr.smackjeeves.com/comics/

Here:

www.drunkduck.com/DDSR/

And still updating the older stuff here:

ddsr.thecomicseries.com/

In any case, thanks for taking the time to read this and Muffins forever!
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Every for some reason stop reading a web comic and then pick it up again after weeks, months or years? Well happens to me lots of time, in fact have a few piling up. Anyways, getting caught up with the current one if almost like finding a new comic and reading from the start.

Usually when I "discover" a new Web comic, it has years worth of archive before the latest update. So I start reading from start to finish, taking me days, even week depending on how old and often the comic up dates as well as the number a panels, age or strip lay out, content, and even the art and time put into it. Though one of the things I really enjoy about web comics most is actually watching how much the comic itself has changed from the beginning to the latest. Rather its the art or the writing, I feel like I am watching something grow. I get this feeling most of the time when I pick out a Webcomic again after I stopped reading it for a long time.
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Have been drawing more. Not a bad thing at all.

Let's see, been about five years since I made my DA account to post my comics. Then I discovered Smack Jeeves and pretty much abandoned this account until a month or so ago when I started to post the more recent stuff. Either have way too much time or have been getting more inspired in my old age.

Another thing I think contributes to the sudden art stuff would be the use of this photo editing program I got free with the webcam I bought a while back ago. Primarily use it for background stuff and touching stuff up a bit, but still do all the actual drawing on MS Paint while using a touch pad on my laptop.

Just felt like share that as well as to try out the journal. Muffins forever!
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