The name is Lamech and I draw the webcomic, Hurlyburly, write the odd hard boiled story or two and make wisecracks. Behold the geekery.
Sorry for the lack of a Hurlyburly update last week. It was a very chaotic week. But this week we are back with three pages.
And with that, have a three panel preview where some old faces are making a return.
(NOTE: If you are new to comic, Hurlyburly and want to start at the beginning, here you go. Enjoy.)
Guess who just quit?
Maybe this strange and interesting plant displayed on my blog will attract followers.
WOW. WHAT A STRANGE AND INTERESTING PLANT
I’ve never seen anything like it before, Where did you get it?
Shoop da doo…
She Wants Revenge - “Written in Blood”
The music video pays homage to the opening scene of the 1983 vampire movie, The Hunger. She Wants Revenge play the part of Bauhaus singing, “Bela Lugosi’s Dead” while the Miriam and John-like characters hunt for the next person to bring home to “play” with. Only the ending in “Written in Blood” doesn’t quite follow The Hunger.
my mother always told me to look death in the face
Wait, does that mean Tom is Death or I’m Death? Because if I am Death that explains why I have a hankering for take out burgers and have an unusual annoyance toward men named Dean.
"Fox Force Five." Fox, as in we’re a bunch of foxy chicks. Force, as in we’re a force to be reckoned with. Five, as in there’s one..two …three..four..five of us.
Pulp Fiction (1994) vs. Kill Bill vol. 1 (2003)
You can basically just assume, without even knowing what this thing is, that it is from Australia.
Fuck that shit this thing is a pokemon
Look at it’s skinny little legs!
what the fuck is it
it looks like a flamingo fucked a chinchilla
Not Australian. African-Asian. That’s a Jerboa. It’s Africa-Asia’s way of saying, “Hey, Australia, we can do weird too.”
The interior of Salisbury Cathedral is illuminated by candle light during the annual ‘darkness to light’ advent procession on November 29, 2013 in Salisbury, England. The service, which begins with the medieval cathedral in total darkness and silence before the Advent Candle is lit at the West End, is one of the most popular services of the liturgical year. The annual advent service, which also takes place over tonight and tomorrow night and is seen by several thousand people, is a mix of music and readings during which two great candlelit processions move around the different spaces in the 750-year-old building which, by the end, is illuminated by almost 1300 candles and is a spectacular start to the Christmas season.
How to be an American. As told by Canadians.
Oh my god, as a Canadian, this is absolutely how I view the USA!
The credit card thing is so real. Only it’s more credit/debit card. It is rare and extremely odd to come across a place that is cash only outside of the deepest of boonies. Paying with plastic for everything is the norm. So much so that cashiers, here, get a surprise look whenever you break out cash. It’s that, “Whoa, I have to make change. Okay, here comes the math!” look of anxiety.