Last Saturday, I got inspired to work on a short story I wrote back in college and adapt it into a comic. It’s something I really need to do and […]
I don’t write here as much as I like to anymore, but in a sense, it’s a good thing. In 2014, I went through a bunch of life changes and […]
I’m weird. I’ve always known I’ve seen the world a little differently than most people and my idea of what’s funny isn’t the same as everyone else. At the same […]
I read this Buzzfeed article, which I found silly as usual, about 40 questions, from Twitter, that white folks need to answer. I decided to answer them all on Facebook, […]
I’ve wanted to write comics for a long time, and I’ve been on and off trying for ten years. However, I’ve come a cross a slew of problems while working with different people throughout my time as a comic book writer. Now, I’m not without my faults though. I’ve come a long way as not only a writer but as a comic book writer.
There was a specific moment that started me wanting to write about being an atheist. It started on Facebook, where all the worthless battles are fought. I was reading something on Jesse Ventura’s Facebook page. Now, I don’t agree with a vast majority of what this dude says, but he makes interesting points now and again, and one day, he posted a meme (a way to get your message across to dumb people who hate reading) that in a nutshell said Christians care way too much about fighting against gay marriage, but have no problem getting divorced, which was supposedly something Jesus was against.
In part one of this piece, I rambled on quite a bit about my first moments with skepticism, which led to becoming an atheist, the things I’ve had to hear coworkers talk about in the workplace, and I ended on fanaticism being dangerous, no matter what you believe in. There is no real cohesiveness to all of this. It’s more just thoughts and opinions I felt I had to keep buried because of my beliefs.