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Web Comic Sunday

It has been ages and ages since I have last done this but as I have a pretty relaxed Sunay evening ahead of me, just chilling at Lethbridges only campus-community stations CKXU’s FUNdrive, I figured I would web comic it in between taking pledges and looking pretty. (want to know more about FUNdrive? Check out http://www.ckxu.com or my CKXU/music blog.)

This weeks theme: Making my heart happy!

How To Impress the Ladies

How To Impress the Ladies

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Did you know its Emergency Preparedness Week?

I’m going to see Iron Man tonight.

This is pretty awesome.

Equally awesome? Webcomics…

This weeks theme: How to be prepared for a national emergency, in honor of emergency preparedness week.

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How many emo kids does it take to screw in a lightbulb?

This week I was finaling and hanging out with wicked student leaders. I am currently gearing up to take my position as official VP of keeping the rest of the ULSU in line. Nah, just kidding. We have staff who are way better at that than me.

This weekend, a bunch of student leader political heads got together to nerd out about federal lobbying and how funny Rob Anders can be. Canmore was lovely and even more so was the pole dancing aficionado from the one and only UBC. Myself, the ULSU’s current and future president and incoming VP Administration bonded like Elmer glue on the ride up. Apparently a four hour car ride also gives ample opportunity to see how many indie/music/misrepresented emo jokes can be made. (I lost count at 28 837…) So, due to my weekend filled with patience testing emo jokes, political mayhem, federal lobbying information and all around nerdy good times:

This week’s web comics: Politics and Music – they’re both funny!

A non web comic notes- just finished the Top Ten Trade from my beloved Alan Moore and loved it. The plot is a little wierd and sometimes a little all over the place and the writing surprised me a bit as this particular trade series is much lighter and a lot less overtly political and radical as Moore’s previous work’s. Still, no complaints and pretty cool to see a lighter and much more humor based side of Moore.

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