This week’s new Dustinland comic is about quarantine and groceries and people who have already caught the bug and waited two weeks and are now free, sort of…
Speaking of food, what staple are you currently missing? I need eggs. Also I read that baby chicks are selling out at farm supply stores. Who knew? You can’t buy eggs or the things that make them. I wonder which problem came first…
Here’s a new Dustinland comic about the coronavirus! Ah yes, fun times. Who doesn’t love a good pandemic mixed in with some quarantine action. But yeah, I don’t have any extra background on this strip, although I will say that this article is very interesting, and taught me that there have in fact been multiple coronaviruses, including SARS and others that were essentially little more than colds.
This new Dustinland comic is about birthdays — mine more importantly, but yeah, sure. Yours too.
If I had time I would have made it way weirder but I’ve been busy doing birthday thangs.
This latest Dustinland comic is inspired by a few recent mysterious bug bites. Of course I instantly jumped to the conclusion that I had bed bugs. I can’t help it. Too paranoid from all those years in NYC. But yeah, the bites went away so I’m probably in the clear. No idea what they were. Fleas maybe? We have lots of wildlife running around our yard and I was doing yard work the day before I got the bites so I may have dragged a few little biters into the house. Did some serious sheet and pillow case washing and now I’m bite free, so who knows.
Man, nature sure does hate us. And for good reason, if you think about it.
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This new Dustinland comic was inspired by Demetri Martin’s Point Your Face At This.
This new Dustinland comic is basically what it’s like to be my friend. You say something innocent in passing, and I dissect it in an annoying fashion, completely ruining your train of thought for my own amusement. But I am bored by life so I must do these things to find joy.
This new Dustinland comic is my most helpful and career-minded. Really, just follow these tips and you’ll find yourself more successful than you could ever have imagined. It’s not that hard. You just have to believe in yourself, then take the time and effort to identify what you want, and put your mind toward getting it by differentiating yourself from all the others out there.
You know what I mean? Yeah. You know.
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Tagged branding, business, career, entrepreneur, influenecer, inspiration, job, jobs, marketing, motivation, personal brand, self help, work, workplace
I have been having a tough time lately coming up with cute observational comics as I watch the world burn. That’s what this week’s new Dustinland comic is about. I have a feeling people won’t enjoy it very much, since it’s just depressing and offers little humor or solution. But it’s really just therapy for me — I need to get it out so I can move on.
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Tagged 2020, america, climate change, democracy, democrats, depressing, depression, donald trump, plastic, political comic, politics, republicans, trump, trump comic, trump supporters, uspolitics
Yup, I drew a new Dustinland comic about roadkill. I know, just what you’ve been waiting for, right?! Well, if I can make this subject fun to read about, I’ve won. What I’ve won, I don’t know.