If you played role-playing games as a child, then you know they never worked as advertised. You'd sit down for an epic adventure with your friends only to find out that one of them can't pay attention, one is too stupid to be allowed near math, and one is ashamed of everything you're doing. I decided that nerds get lied to enough. An honest RPG.
Looking back, it was probably a bad idea to use your credit card as a Facebook profile pic.
Sometimes reality grabs fiction by the throat and drags it screaming down the highway before hitting a conveniently placed ramp, ramming through a gas tanker, and careening -- airborne and aflame -- into the white house.
The early bird catches the worm, and screws up his files.
Everyone is beautiful and special and amazing, and all of our stories are unique and inspiring and we all have a lot to offer one another. But seriously, shut the hell up about the following topics.
Regardless of what else the Recording Industry Association of America has done, most of us know them for fighting illegal music downloads by suing college students and sometimes grandmothers into bankruptcy. That made us wonder what the world would be like if other industries cared as much about money, and as little about horrifically bad PR.
A lot of shit happens in comic books, and a lot of shit happens in real life, so every once in a while they're bound coincide, right? That still doesn't explain some of the freaky stuff comics have gotten right. Like...