This week’s new Dustinland comic was inspired by some of the job interviews I went on last year, before landing my current gig. You know, not every interview is crazy and weird, but some are. Especially in the tech sector, which I am not really a part of, but I guess you could say peripherally, I am. But yes, I had some interviews that felt like a maze of trick questions as opposed to the “get to know each other” back and forth I’m used to. Times are changing, my friends! As the Googles and Amazons and Facebooks of the world get bigger and bigger, everyone else wants to emulate them, and weird interviews are part of their process.
If you noticed that oops, I did it again, you were probably wondering how I broke my arm this time (actually last time it was my hand). Well, here’s your answer. Short, quick, and painful. Although now I’m actually feeling okay, thanks for asking.
Posted in aging
Tagged bicycle, bicycle accident, bicycle crash, bike, bike accident, bike crash, biking, broken arm, broken bone, cycling, helmet
This new Dustinland comic is my take on the first day of school posts that have been dominating my social media feeds lately. Shouldn’t need no explainin… but if you don’t get it, just Google “first day of school chalkboard.”
Posted in parenthood, work
Tagged adulthood, career, childhood, children, father, fatherhood, first day of school, job, kids, office, office humor, parenthood, parenting, parents, raising children, raising kids, school, work