Hinglish – Humorous losses in translation!

So, I was interviewed recently by IndianComicsFandom and they very kindly gave me a lot of space to talk about things. It was a lot of fun and the fact that it was done in Hindi instead of English was a change of pace for sure! I’ll admit, that there was some google translate involved…

Rave of the Butterflies!

While today is indeed just another Monday, nothing special about it, I just felt like being more motivated (than usual) which for me is a tricky term given that I go through peaks and valleys of how much I work and so “usual” is hard to define. BUT, my gibberish aside, basically I’ve been doing…

Proof the art world blows chunks.

This is a post that I think a lot of my peers would be interested in and would relate to – and I mean my peers specifically as the people who write and draw and are creatively inclined. Even more specifically the ones who are not part of the Literati or trying to break into…

The Annoyances of Single Guys.

We’ve all had relationships, been single, many have even had periods where random hook-ups were the norm for a time (if it’s your long-term standard then you’re on a whole other continent and good luck to ya!) There’s a problem that is more prevelant these days than it was before – faced by both men…

How I view fundies!

Religious people are idiots. There, I said it. This is not meant to be derogatory (though it is) and it’s not meant to say they are lacking in intelligence (which it also does) because if they choose to be open minded and think things through, they aren’t all idiots. Just like all non-fundies (i.e, fundamentalists)…

Bertrand Russell’s Liberal Decalogue

In 1951, Bertrand Russell’s wrote a piece for New York Times Magazine called “The Best Answer to Fanaticism: Liberalism.” I’m not a great follower of his work, though I have fairly enjoyed what I have come across thus far and it seems this one is one of his lesser-known pro-secular works. In this particular piece,…