You could also try extra strength. I, myself, am partial to Tylenol cold and sinus.


Cumulative case argumentation

It’s true- being bad at something doesn’t mean you’re a failure! Not inherently. There is no need to be great at everything, and being bad at one thing does not mean you are bad at all things. I mean, at a certain point, with failures mounting left and right, it’s easy to start thinking that maybe failure is a defining factor of your life.
For example, I’ve worked at no less then 5 businesses that went out of business shortly after I worked there. Once or twice, and it feels coincidental, but 5 times? Was I to blame? Meh.

Anyways, I just thought this comic out as I was driving home from work, In response to those positive thinking “success memes” which are omnipresent in my social media feeds these days.


150 ggmrs strips!

alright, let’s count it out.
  1. Dumb question
  2. dumb answer #1
  3. dumb answer #2
  4. good idea

    there is some debate as to whether or not a question can be an idea, or if it is the catalyst for an idea, but I think anything your brain generates is an idea, so I think it works. Today’s comic is the 150th comic strip of go go Mach rocket sheep, or as I’ve come to refer to it in my head, “GGMRS”, because that’s what I name the files. That’s in addition to over a thousand charlie and the ghost strips, and a couple space chuck graphic novels, and about a hundred half-started comic ideas.

I’ve always been of the mind that it’s better to run with an alright idea than it is to sit around doing nothing because the perfect idea hasn’t come along. I think the process of failing and make adjustments helps to refine the idea making process to begin with. Of course, it’s easier and much more comfortable to do nothing.