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Or call me Cronos by Scetch3409
Or call me Cronos
A test project on the notoriously villain of WATS... and of course I only completed the red inks by the time I pronounced it "done.":P

If you've kept up with the blog, then you may have noticed that I've ended this promo in the classic me incomplete fashion. Trust me, this new version has me all gitty with excitement considering that we are dealing with so much more than holy crap Nazi conspiracy monsters and Michael Bay EXPLOSIONS! I have developed more to the plot and... well, I have learned that you cannot start a comic simply by slapping colors and dialogue together. Heck, even I had no idea what was going on!

Besides that, I have been very far behind on messages and for that I apologize.^^; 
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When you step outside to wander in the metropolis for a bit, you run across people in need of help. You have those that ask, plead, and those that demand. The latter are the more frequent and you can see the shockingly crazed look in their eyes. They come up to you after counting their wallets and pressure you to buy them a burger. Sure, you could fight simply for the dishonesty of the matter, but what's the waste in buying one burger (especially when money is not your friend in the world)?

This frequently happens to my gentlemanly brother because he just has that air of "ask and you shall receive": a trait our family battles no matter if we are minding our own business or not. A lady, recently, came up ask/demanding him to buy her a burger and a drink. We disapprove of confrontations (unless someone is getting hurt) so he went ahead and bought her what she asked for.


This, however, is not what bothered me. Two flashy women sitting behind us openly told my sister and I that she had just counted her cash before she approached my brother. We laughed and my sister commented the strangeness with our neighbors. What pissed me off was when my brother came back to our table, one of the woman grinned at him and called out "Sucker!"

I knew they were joking, but what angered me was that this is the very behavior that keeps us from helping others: presumably that we are "stupid" for getting ripped off. Why was he to blame for what was the fault of another? Money did not save our lives when we had none in the parking lots. It has not made us happy now that we have a house. It can only cure what we want... but what we need we will find in the end does not come in numbers. Even I don't understand what that means, but I do know that I could care less anymore if that crazy old woman got her way or if we should feel high and mighty because we assumely did our good deed for the day; what I did care about was pride that my brother could tolerate his strive for hording to his money for just a second.

I wish those women could have seen it that way and encourage his efforts. That's why I held out my hand and shook his in way of saying "That crazy lady may have ripped us off a dollar or two, but who cares? You kept your cool, and the one thing we need no one can take away."


... that said, I could sure go for a fatty burger right now.:XD:
WATSDump2014 by Scetch3409
WATSDump2014
Whut's dis?:P More wastes whilst figuring out the finishing layout for Page 5 on Botched Genocide?

PS: Yes, TYRANNOSAURUSES DO INVADE CITY METROPOLISES! RUN AWAY!
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Moricrap by Scetch3409
Moricrap
Kudos to any of you who actually get this joke.:XD:


Morihaus/Ayleids belong to Bethesda studios
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I can safely say that no longer am I applying for jobs simply because my bamboo pen is losing its chip-like mind, therefore saving up to buy a new one; I can safely say I am no longer applying for jobs because of financial difficulties induced in my family(that will always be a constant giant in the USA). 

What I can say is that I am looking to raise money for this: www.grassrootsaction.com/20118…

Every day men and women, from innocent civilians to harmless journalists, are being slaughtered and affected by ISIS: a group of men gaining numbers from traitors around the globe assaulting with only the particular goal in mind for mass genocide. And you know how much I despise that. We are not just talking about terrorism; this is sadism. What these men do to families is unspeakable.

RUN Ministries is a sec of men and women striving to bring aid to those innocents in desperate need of our help. They are placing their lives on the line every day to protect the victims in the midst of this crisis. These are the men and women who try to make a difference in the face of tragedy. 

If you can, please send a little of something to help these innocents constantly pursued. These literally have nothing and the communities like that of RUN Ministries are funding what little supplies they can get to them. 


I am finding it hard to sleep because of the pain for these families while I sit in my blessed life stuffing my mind with distractions(like internet, tv, and video games). I, like many Americans, have fallen short of my empathy to humanity. It's time to stop the grief and do what I can regardless if it changes anything. Turn off the television, computer, or music to open my eyes back to what is going on.

My prayers go out to these brave men and women and to you. I pray that they stay strong. This is only the beginning, but it has a glorious end.

"I have said these things to you, that in me you may have peace. In the world you will have tribulation. But take heart; I have overcome the world." (John 16:33)(ESV)

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When you step outside to wander in the metropolis for a bit, you run across people in need of help. You have those that ask, plead, and those that demand. The latter are the more frequent and you can see the shockingly crazed look in their eyes. They come up to you after counting their wallets and pressure you to buy them a burger. Sure, you could fight simply for the dishonesty of the matter, but what's the waste in buying one burger (especially when money is not your friend in the world)?

This frequently happens to my gentlemanly brother because he just has that air of "ask and you shall receive": a trait our family battles no matter if we are minding our own business or not. A lady, recently, came up ask/demanding him to buy her a burger and a drink. We disapprove of confrontations (unless someone is getting hurt) so he went ahead and bought her what she asked for.


This, however, is not what bothered me. Two flashy women sitting behind us openly told my sister and I that she had just counted her cash before she approached my brother. We laughed and my sister commented the strangeness with our neighbors. What pissed me off was when my brother came back to our table, one of the woman grinned at him and called out "Sucker!"

I knew they were joking, but what angered me was that this is the very behavior that keeps us from helping others: presumably that we are "stupid" for getting ripped off. Why was he to blame for what was the fault of another? Money did not save our lives when we had none in the parking lots. It has not made us happy now that we have a house. It can only cure what we want... but what we need we will find in the end does not come in numbers. Even I don't understand what that means, but I do know that I could care less anymore if that crazy old woman got her way or if we should feel high and mighty because we assumely did our good deed for the day; what I did care about was pride that my brother could tolerate his strive for hording to his money for just a second.

I wish those women could have seen it that way and encourage his efforts. That's why I held out my hand and shook his in way of saying "That crazy lady may have ripped us off a dollar or two, but who cares? You kept your cool, and the one thing we need no one can take away."


... that said, I could sure go for a fatty burger right now.:XD:

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StonedSmeagol Featured By Owner Oct 9, 2014
Thank you for the :+fav: my friend:highfive:
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Kerberos-668 Featured By Owner Oct 5, 2014
I'm here not to eat your shoes or try to hunt down your most prized pencil sharpener... no, I am here to thank you for all the faves. Yes, all those happy little faves that one day will become a bridge to another dimension! :D :D :D 
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V-Redmond Featured By Owner Sep 14, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Thanks for the faves and comments, dear friend! I'm very happy! :)
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Scetch3409 Featured By Owner Sep 16, 2014
Obliged to make you happy!:hug: But even more so, it is indeed my pleasure!
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Inkwerk Featured By Owner Sep 9, 2014
Scetchy~ So good to hear from you and your awesomeness again :heart:. And thank you for all of the lovely favs of loveliness; they are ever so much appreciated.
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