Ockham’s Razor

cge014And so ends another week’s story line!  And as is the case with many cartoons, at the end of another episode, absolutely nothing has changed… we’re back to square one.

In reality, i haven’t actually been able to find any frames that I like.  I’ve got a prescription burning a hole in my pocket!  I’m super excited for being able to see better.

A couple items of housekeeping:  If you want to read my recently-completed “Spacechuck: book one”, click the “all the space-chucks” link at the top of the page (or click here).

If you wanted to purchase a book and support me, that’d be great!  Click the store tab at the top of the page or click here.  My last book, “that’s not art”, is $15!  OR, if you want to support me morally (and buy stuff in person, or get some of my mini-comics, come to VANCAF!  I got a 1/3 table, and am super stoked!  It’d be great to hang out and talk comics!)




cge011Sorry, two of these in a row.  Yesterday’s joke had the same… flavor.

I can hardly wait to get my new glasses!

Don’t forget: if you want to read the entire first book of the Space-chuck story, i’ve arranged it as an archive on the “All the space-chucks” page at the top!  Or just click here.

Also, don’t forget: a few months ago i released my newest book “that’s not art!” it contains over 400 Charlie and the Ghost strips from 2013-2015. Click Here to go to my lulu store!

HOKAY!  peace out, ‘yall.  Have a great tuesday!



“recommended” ≠ “unnecessary”

cge010So, i’ve had these annoying little bouts of vertigo for a few years.  I’ve gone to doctors, and i’ve gone to specialists.  I’ve gotten ultrasounds and cat scans and i’ve seen specialists, all of them trying to figure out why this is happening.  They determined that It could be an ear pressure thing due to sinusitis, which isn’t that big of a deal, it’s just very annoying.  Now, i’m sort of used to it.  BUT!

We’re at the optometrist, getting glasses to replace my 5+ year old glasses.  The optometrist thinks its odd that i can see better out of my OLD glasses, and the optician takes a little tool and measures the curve of the lenses on my current glasses.  Apparently, it is common and possible and recommended that these curves are the same… But!  my lenses each had a very different curvature.  The possible result of this is: discomfort, dizziness, disorientation.

So it’s nice that I have that all figured out.  Lesson learned:  Get eyes checked on the recommended schedule.