Wednesday, December 15, 2004

What, you mean like Robots?

Recently Google announced its intention to digitize thousands of books in a further attempt to control everything involved with the internet. A couple of friends of mine from work speculated that within a few decades, they would more likely than not become all powerful controllers of the world. Like in the Terminator or the Matrix.

I just hope they continue to keep things simple.

Tuesday, December 07, 2004

The Sooner You Fall Behind...

What with it being the end of the semester and everything, procrastination comes to mind.
So on Sunday night, while I was trying to write a 15 page research paper that was due the next day, I thought of today's strip.

Remember, the sooner you fall behind, the more time you have to catch up.

Friday, December 03, 2004

The French Connection

Everybody keeps asking me if I'm excited to go to Europe in January. Which of course I am.
Especially after hearing stories from Wirtz and his brother about their experiences over there.
What's not to be excited about?

Also, I had a copilot on this comic - Ella was the brain that suggested, nay, demanded the nipple in the above depiction of a French whore. I thought it was a bit risque, but she wouldn't let it slide. Ella loves her nipples.

Wednesday, December 01, 2004

A Little Slice of Heaven

Alright, a couple of things you may have noticed.
The comic looks oddly.... hand drawn.

Did Wheezy decide to try some sort of weird Photoshop filter to make what once looked wonderous and vector-like into hand drawn black and white-ness?

Well, no. I actually hand drew it. I normally just draw it right in Flash, but in an attempt to save time I just sketched it out and scanned it in. Lemme know what you guys think.

Anyway - this comic came about when I walked outside Monday morning. It be cold.

Tuesday, November 30, 2004

Haven't done an all nighter in a while. Why not?

I've been up making a website for my CSCE 430 class since around 8.
I'm not done because I'm retardedly making it Flash.

So, needless to say I'm not going to get a new comic up for Tuesday.

BUT I did run down the entirety of my collegiate Computer Science Projects and my contributions.

Just what you guys wanted I'm sure.

It is kinda interesting to see all the different technologies I used though.
Wait wait... that's not right at all.


Fall 2000-2001
No Computer Science Projects

Spring 2000-2001
Computer Science 156H - Computer Science II
Project Description: Any Game in any Language
Teammates: Marshall Comisar, Jen Renter
Wheezy Contribution: Graphics
Technology Used: Adobe Photoshop, 3d Studio Max

Fall 2001-2002

Computer Science 230H - Computer Architecture
Project Description: Anything involving what we learned
Teammates: None
Wheezy Contribution: Simple 4 bit Adder
Technology Used: I can't remember. Not Flash.

Computer Science 235H - Introduction to Discrete Mathematics
Project Description: Tutorial on Basic Data Structures
Teammates: Marshall Comisar, Cody Ebberson
Wheezy Contribution: 5 Flash Animations
3 relevant Animations
2 worthless Animations
Technology Used: Macromedia Flash

MIST 350H - Management Information Systems Technology
Project Description: MRP System
Teammates: Fatback, Cody Ebberson, Marshall Comisar
Wheezy Contribution: Flash Intro
Technology Used: Macromedia Flash

Spring 2001-2002
MNGT 331H - Operations and Resource Management
Project Description: ERP System
Teammates: Fatback, Cody Ebberson, Marshall Comisar
Wheezy Contribution: ERP System logo, color scheme
Technology Used: Macromedia Flash, Adobe Photoshop

Fall 2002-2003
Junior Design Studio
Project Description: 9-12 Games for Burger King Kiosks
Teammates: Michael Swan, Jen Renter,
Anne Gaffigan, Terry Treangan,
April Deitz, Tao Wang
Wheezy Contribution: Significant portion of 5 of the 9 games
Certainly my most worthwhile attempt.
Why? The project was SUPPOSED to be in
Technology Used: Macromedia Flash

CSCE461 - Software Engineering
Project Description: Book finding website that scours 12
different book websites for the best
prices on books.
Teammates: Jon Dokulil, Marshall Comisar
Wheezy Contribution: Website Design & Graphics
Technology Used: XML, XSS. Oh yeah, Macromedia Flash.

Spring 2002-2003
Junior Design Studio again

Fall 2003-2004
Senior Design Studio
Project Description: Pest and Pathogen Tracking System for
the USDA
Teammates: Brian Holley, Clay Stevens,
Brandy Hobbs, Lincoln DeMaris,
Alan Grow, Tao Wang
Wheezy Contribution: Questionable Leadership, Wookie,
Team Member of the Week Posters
Technology Used: For TMOTW posters, MACROMEDIA FLASH.

Spring 2003-2004
Senior Design Studio again

Fall 2004-2005
CSCE430 - Computer Architecture II
Project Description: Microprocessor and Home Security
Teammates: Jon Dokulil, Ella Reeves, Tracy Jamison
Wheezy Contribution: Website
Technology Used: Yup. Still Flash.

Man I'm a worthless pile. I don't think I've learned anything in college.
Have I mentioned that I draw all those comics in Flash?

Tuesday, November 23, 2004


Three good friends of mine recently qualified for the International Computer Science Programming something or another in Shanghai, China. It's kinda like the nerd olympics.

We got to thinking about how it's the classic underdog story, a group of ragtag Americans from the midwest vs. the super highly trained opposition, not a card in the deck to help them, nobody thinks they can win, etc. etc.

I thought it would make a good movie. (Props to Lincoln for sparking the idea)

To make up for the extreme laziness that has been my webcomics of late, I made it 1024 x 768.
In case any of you kids out there were in need of a desktop wallpaper.

Congratulations to Kaiser, Kell, and Lincoln. Try not to smoke too much opium over there.

Monday, November 22, 2004

Yeah, I suck and I know it

Ok - so I went from 3 a week to 2 a week... and now it seems like I'm destined to post only 1 a week.

These things take some time to draw people.

I realize it's no excuse... and I'll do my absolute best to keep from sliding into the 1 a week category. And just to prove my resolve in this matter, I am not sleeping tonight until a new comic has been posted this very evening.

Feel free to AIM me during the night with disparaging / encouraging remarks.

Tuesday, November 16, 2004

Sex Box Live

Well, I got Halo 2 for some retarded reason, and lately that's all I've really been doing, as opposed to other people I know who continue to interact with society without the use of a 10 dollar a month subsription service and a headset.

Hopefully I can finish playing the stupid thing soon so I can continue at least going to classes, otherwise I'm gonna have to figure out a way to get paid for playing Xbox and drawing the occasional comic.

That'd be sweet.

Wednesday, November 10, 2004

Identity Theft

Ooooo - the comic's below the post today. Neat-o.

So, yesterday I went to the Post Office to get my passport, and as I handed over my birth certificate, driver's license, social security card, and credit card, it occurred to me that for the briefest of moments a large balding man, who was obviously displeased with his job and undoubtably in government enforced therapy so as not to snap and bring an AK-47 to work one day, had every piece of concrete evidence I existed in his possession and should he want to, he could easily destroy the proof that I am indeed alive and a citizen of this country.
As lamentable as that may be for the next four years.

Needless to say it unnerved me a little bit.

Saturday, November 06, 2004


So, in one of my classes there's a guy who sits in the front, always answers questions and asks questions and volunteers for stuff. So already, I don't really like him. Nobody should be that interested in what's going on. Lately it's gotten to the point where the teacher asks if anybody else would like to volunteer.

But on top of that, Friday, the kid pulls out a pair of knitting needles and starts knitting during class. He's still staring at the board, paying attention, but he's knitting.

I can only imagine he's making it for the professor in an attempt to get a good grade, which is kinda understandable in a weird overachiever sorta way, and wants to make sure she knows he actually made it. Or maybe he's just a huge tool. Well, he's a huge tool either way.

Wednesday, November 03, 2004

It was Worth It

Tuesday, November 02, 2004

Missed One

I'm trying to release comics on a Monday, Wednesday, Friday calendar, and needless to say I missed Monday.
While I doubt anybody cares, for some reason I felt the need to explain.

This weekend rocked me hard.
Great time. Thanks to everybody that enjoyed the weekend with me.

Also, I had to finish yet another BK game for work. You're welcome to take a look at it, although it's not particularly entertaining or interesting. It's a "Lites Out" rip off - except instead of turning everything off you're supposed to turn everything on.

I feel like that statement should lead into some sort of sex joke, but I can't think of anything.

Anyway - you can find the game here, and be sure to look for a new comic Wednesday.

Friday, October 29, 2004

Of Robots and Men

I'm pretty sure I already told this story to every person I know, but in case you hadn't heard it, the above scenario actually occurred between two Menards employees, one of which was my friend.

He was the one reading the magazine, not the one asking the questions.
Just keep that in mind next time you ask a Menards employee for help with your deck or beer bong or whatever it is you're trying to build.

On a technical note - when you click on the link to the comic, most web browsers will automatically scale it down to fit in the window. My comics aren't meant for that kind of containment. If you're using Mozilla just click on it again, it such bring it to actual size. If you're using Explorer click the little icon thingy in the lower right hand corner to do the same.

These comics are meant for more than 800x600.

Wednesday, October 27, 2004


In case anybody actually wanted to make any comments, I changed my blogger settings so that anybody can do it, not just registered Blogger users - that seemed kinda facist to me.

Uh, that's it I guess.

Monday, October 25, 2004

Continuity? Weird...

Thursday, October 21, 2004

Gentlemen Prefer Blondes

Well, if you don't know, Tommy Lee is actually filming a reality TV show for NBC on my campus, the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. He's joined the band, played drums at halftime of last week's football game against Baylor, gone to classes and taken tests. He's just acting like your average 42 year old college student would I suppose, at least for the 5 weeks he's supposed to be here.

He also introduced himself to some of the people wandering around campus, including one of my friends who was studying out in front of the Union. His pick up line was brilliant.

Wednesday, October 20, 2004

Eye Steroids

So, my buddy got Lasik surgery this past week - but only on one eye. His parents' insurance apparently only allows for so much spending on this sorta thing per year, (I'm a little vague on the details), which means he gets one eye fixed in 2004 and one fixed in 2005.

I tried to convince him to get a monacle, but apparently that isn't "socially acceptable" enough.
I say, if it's good enough for Uncle Pennybags it's good enough for me.

Anyway, the drawing happened after I read his away message that said "Getting steroids for my eye".

Tuesday, October 12, 2004

Macy Who?

Web Comics

Well, I decided to start a blog - mainly because it was the easiest way I could think of to post web comics. Plus I just really like jumping on band wagons of any type.
I've still got a closet full of parachute pants from when MC Hammer was big, in case anybody is interested.

So I'm gonna start posting them as I finish them. Hopefully they're funny. If not - oh well. It's still better than homework or work.

First one is in the post above.