I haven't made any updates in a while about how awful of a person I am. It's time to remedy that.

In previous blogs and comics, I explain in detail about how worthless and scummy I am as a human being. I have always been worthless and scummy and will die no different. None of that has changed. Instead, I have come to...
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This blog is derived from a comic that I am drafting.

I give up.
I've tried being a good person. I've tried treating others with the respect that I'd expect myself. I've tried acting as equals with my fellow denizens of humanity. It doesn't work.
No matter what I say or do, I am always part of the problem. My...
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This blog is derived from an outline for a comic that I am drafting which in turn is based on a previous blog of mine.
Let's start off with the facts.
Fact #1: I am not a person of color. People of color suffer for their disadvantages in global society.
Fact #2: I am not a woman. Women suffer for the roacblocks put before...
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This blog is derived from a comic that I am currently drafting.
A coworker is incredibly attractive. Piyoz considers going up to her and making some contextual joke as a segway into further conversation. Will she understand? Will she want Piyoz to make a casual contextual joke? Will his delivery be any good? Is it worth her time? Who is she? What are her hobbies...
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Over the last few months, I've shared some rather negative stuff here on SG. I don't mean so much in the forums or sets. I just mean my own blogs and status updates. Some about guilt. Mainly about how much women don't like me.

Not that women are obligated to line up to sleep with me. I'm not entitled to anyone...
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(NOTE: This is a very, very rough outline for a short comic that I've been writing over the past month. Any feedback on the words and ideas is welcome.)
On Insomnia and a Twenty-First Century Ego
Our subject sees some people of color. He wants to ask them for some simple directions around town. He decides not to speak to POC as his presence...
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