It was great.
(It took me about thirty seconds to find the word 'vocabulary').
Hello to anyone who picked up a business card / comic / badge. I hope you will treasure the card / enjoy the comic / wear the badge with pride.
I'm too tired to talk about comics or anything else so you'll have to read someone else's witterings...
With religion increasingly polarised, is there any benefit in not knowing if there is a higher power? Mark Vernon - an ex-vicar - explains why agnosticism is his creed.
Chris Eliopoulos writes for CBR about labels.
We all think he's great.
Whenever I meet people at, say, a wedding or a party, they ask me what I do? I do plenty of things. I brush my teeth, I eat food, I take showers, I drive my kids to school, I watch football games. But that’s not what they want to know—really. What they really want to know is what do I do for a living, so they can judge me as someone worthy of talking to or someone to make a run to the bar to avoid.
But to be honest, I can’t really describe what I do, so I usually say I’m an insurance salesman and, moments later, they make that run to the bar.