ananth showers with his hatTue, 09/07/2010
karate 101Tue, 08/31/2010
That was really terrible and I think that's why we decided to inflict it on you guys.
Aw man, that damn E. The one train we don't use to get anywhere in this town and it's the only one that ever shows up. Go figure. Catching trains is something I thought I'd find endlessly irritating, but I think maybe the DC subway prepared me. The waits (for the most part) aren't terribly until you get into late night schedules. At that point you may as well just carry a lawn chair.
a is for aaaaaayyThu, 07/15/2010
DC subway doors are ... polite. They can sense if there's something in the way and will open back up to accommodate. NYC subway doors, on the other hand, are like the jaws of a cold, unfeeling beast. Here, Yuko has illustrated one such possibility in this scenario.
Poor Yuko has actually caught the worst of this ... she's had arms and wrists caught in the doors, and once they closed on her head (I had to pry them open as they actively tried to crush her D:).
It's actually not that scary once you get used to it, but ... be careful!
his pride, her passionTue, 07/14/2009
Comic is a little late, sorry! It's still kind of crazy around.
Yuko and I spent a couple of days in the city! Managed to see the fireworks (spectacular) and spent an inordinate amount of time on the subway. I'm okay with that ... many things of interest there! Here are some of the more memorable people we saw ... Yuko has provided surprisingly accurate representations of all of them.
To be fair, Monster's Inc. is a pretty fun movie. The guy was just so thugged out, but Pixar, you're so good at touching each of us.