trumbulumbu said: I know this is not the right channel to ask this, but I can't think of any other... I've been a fan of ''itswalky/shortpacked'' for a handful of years now. A few months ago you posted a comic which had 4 virtually-identical panels with a single line of dialogue ( id=2074). My natural response was to comment "You can do better than this Willis, lazy comic is lazy", which got me auto-banned. Do you think that's even remotely fair? Wasn't it a little bit disproportionate? :/
No, that’s not disproportionate. That was you being an asshole. Why would I want someone around who tells me I’m lazy whenever my free comic isn’t up to their particular standards? I have every right to keep my own website free of toxic attitudes towards myself as a human being.
I want to high five David so hard right now.
New comic! “If You See Something, Say Something”
A direct follow up to this one: http://hijinksensue.com/comic/where-wings-take-dream/
"Where Wings Take Dream"
New comic! “The Show Is Over, Say Goodbye”
New comic! “Candy Is Dandy, But Liquor Is Quicker”
Black Tumblr, Here yall go!!!
Make this bitch homeless 😤😤😤
I want her finances on the back of a milk carton
Keep on coming out of the dark, gremlins. Just keep exposing yourselves….
I just called Memorial Hospital. I spoke to a “Shane” @ 10:55 am Central time 8/19. He said that the hospital is aware of Guthrie’s comments and are addressing them.
I told Shane that until Ms Guthrie’s employment services with he Hospital are terminated they should expect their phones to be bombarded by calls and their inboxes to be be stuffed.
Hit these craccas in their goddamn pockets. It’ s the only language they respond to with any common sense.
I suggest you all get on this phone campaign.
ok CEO is named Gary Kerr
the hospitals “corporate call center” is 713-338-5555
Charles Bumpass, Chief Compliance Officer at 713-338-4113, 713-338-4307 (fax), or Charles.Bumpass@memorialhermann.org.
For more information, contact:
Corporate Compliance Department
909 Frostwood, Suite 2:206
Houston, Texas 77024
Memorial Hermann Standard of Conduct that this spoiled jar of mayo violated
“We endeavor to not discriminate against any patient for any reason including race, ethnicity, religion, sex, sexual orientation, national origin, age, marital status, disability,citizenship, or any other classification protected by law.” - page 5 of Standard of conduct manual
"Provide a work environment for all employees free from harassment and intimidation.Memorial Hermann prohibits all forms of unlawful harassment, including harassmentbased on race, color, religion, age, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, pregnancy,disability, U.S. military service, or any other characteristic protected by law.
· Harassment is verbal or physical conduct that denigrates or shows hostility or
aversion toward an individual because of his/her race, color, religion, age,national origin, sex, sexual orientation, pregnancy, disability, U.S. military service, or any other characteristic protected by law, and that:
· Creates an intimidating, hostile or offensive work environment; Unreasonably interferes with an individual’s work performance; or Otherwise adversely affects an individual’s employment opportunities.
Harassing conduct includes, but is not limited to:Epithets, slurs or negative stereotyping Threatening, intimidating or hostile acts Denigrating or insulting jokes and display or circulation of written orgraphic material" - page 11 of Standards of Conduct
THIS IS THE CEOS CONTACT INFORMATIONgary.email@example.com
Boosting the signal. Let’s hope someone gets purged (from their current job), indeed.
I haven’t felt much like being funny since I heard of Robin Williams’ passing. Beyond his massive talent as an actor and comedian, he was a mainstay of the world I have always lived in. Until this week, I have never been a resident of a planet that wasn’t blessed with his frenetic, insightful and joyous energy. He was a constant, and now that he’s gone I feel his absence in a way that I had not anticipated. Robin Williams was like a song that everyone you’ve ever met knew and loved. He was a unifying force for happiness in an all too often harsh and confusing world. The fact that he was unable to find his own happiness in the very world he made so much brighter is so fantastically unfair.
There are only a handful of movies that honestly changed my life; made a different person than I was before I saw them. When I read about Robin’s death, I started to list them off and realized, of that handful, four were his films. I posted this list and these quick, gut reaction thoughts on Twitter and Facebook within moments of reading the news, and I want to share it with you here now.
Dead Poet’s Society, Bicentennial Man, What Dreams May Come, & The Birdcage were all films that changed my life forever, for the better.
New comic! “The Rain (Supa Dupa Fly)”