The title of this week’s Dustinland comic is a pun. Get it?! Oh wait you have to read it first. But yeah, this is my life. Cheese sticks. Well, string cheese actually, but my kid calls them cheese sticks and that actually makes sense if you think about it because they are sticks of cheese.
Posted in parenthood
Tagged children, dad, dadhood, dads, fatherhood, fathers, five year old, kids, parenting, parents, raising kids, string cheese
I don’t know what to say about this week’s Dustinland comic, but I do like how weird it gets at the end. Well, not weird, but let’s say I think it doubles down nicely on the concept of the strip.
Posted in philosophy
Tagged apocalypse, climate, climate change, death, depression, donald trump, happiness, life, meditation, philosophy, trump
This week’s new Dustinland comic is pretty straightforward. Kids curse by accident. Which is adorable. On purpose? Not so much. But my kid definitely does not know any of the major swear words. He thinks the S word is Stupid. That’s a bad one for him. So for now, we’re all good. And then before you know it, he’ll be like me. Cursing like a sailor.
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Tagged children, curse words, cursing, dad, dadhood, dads, fathers, five year old, kids, parenthood, parenting, parents, raising kids, swear words, toddlers
This week’s Dustinland comic was written in response to Trump’s pull out from the Paris Climate Agreement, but I did it in a way that would hopefully appeal to people who don’t already agree with me. That’s why you notice, no mention of climate change, but rather a focus on a few things we can all agree on: freedom, fiscal independence, and future-facing technology. Curious to see if I get any positive responses from the other side or if it will just be the same old zombie Fox News “coal jarbs and hoax” blah blah blah we’re all used to hearing.
Posted in environment, politics
Tagged climate, climate change, donald trump, environment, global warming, politics, republican, republicans, trump, uspolitics