Help My Friend Fight Cancer
My friend (and fan of the comic and more importantly cancer survivor) Sam has a crowd-funded project to help those dealing with cancer by providing them with better nutrition. All of the artwork rewards are pretty great and drawn by many of the Super Art Fight crew. Anyway, I want to help her make this happen so if you have a few bucks, even only $1, send it her way.
Unless you LIKE cancer. Then don’t support her. Otherwise, here’s the project page.
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The System 441: Schmooze Button
This is what I thought I saw this morning before I put on my glasses.
Btw, I’m working on the Yermom typeface. Here’s a quick type sample (handwritten-ness and all):
$50 Raised So Far, Help Kick Cancer’s Ass!
Remember, not too late to buy shirt to help kick cancer’s ass! We’ve raised $50 so far, and I’m setting a goal of getting to $100 by the end of the month. So head on over to the store and check out the “Beards” and “Moustaches” shirts. $10/shirt goes straight to help find a cure for men’s prostate cancer.
BEARD SHIRT »
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The System 367: What Doesn’t?
Seriously, what doesn’t give you cancer these days?
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The System 361: Sometimes Practically…
I almost had him ask about the battery life.
About the comic: Clearly this is a reference to the new iPhone that’s been “leaked” (via Gizmodo). It started with an idea about how annoying this sort of coverage has become, since it doesn’t help you get the phone any faster or do anything other than stir up crap, and leads to a nitpick content-hungry bullshit culture that does little for themselves or their readership. I think they’re handling the whole thing in poor taste, they are choosing to openly and often use the name and photo of the poor engineer that lost the prototype iPhone 4G at a bar. I’m not linking directly to the story because of this (why send more traffic to something I don’t agree with?), but if you look on their site or Google it, it comes up straight away as of this posting.
Very mucho thanks to Jami “Angry Zen Master” Noguchi, who was my sounding board while I was writing this one. He first uttered the phrase about practically curing cancer, the rest was just cleanup.