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Work portfolio.

This is all the manga I've lettered (for publishing) so far.

And the companies I don't work for anymore are at the bottom. ;P

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I used to keep a compulsive list of every chapter I edited for scanslation groups, but after it hit 100 I was like, "WHEE! Kay, enough of this," and stopped updating. I'll work on that later. :P

External hard drive? Only starts up when it feels like it.

Speakers? Suddenly rattling.

Mouse? Decided that 1 click = 1 click x random number. You have no idea how insanely annoying it is typeset an comic book with a mouse that spontaneously clicks 2, 3, or 4 times when you only hit it once. Not to mention how annoying it is to do anything in general. The irony here is I can't even shop for a new one because when I hit the back/forward buttons it skips like 3 pages back... it knows I'm trying to replace it... evil!!! o_o

BUT--it's the mouse for my wacom tablet, which I've only had for like 3 months. So wtf. This is the crap I get for like $400? Fuck you!!

I guess I don't use my tablet enough that I need to have it constantly out, so maybe I'll just get a normal mouse.

REGARDLESS, this is seriously not helping my recent disinclination towards productivity of any sort.

And top this off with a keyboard that can't even keep up with me typing at my normal speed and indesign crashing at least once per hour, and I just might kill someone! :D
Okay, so Saturday night we were at Jimmy Mak's (Jazz club) and the first band (David Milne) was great, but the second performance--who we only stayed for because we heard them tuning up much earlier that night and were blown away by the singer's voice--was incredible.

Her name was Debra Arlyn, and seriously... her voice is freaking incredible. As Nick put it, "She's a bit of a diva." But... oh well. She was absolutely riveting. It helped that the band backing her up was absolutely awesome as well. Actually, you can see the over-the-top diva-ness in her promo video, which is the only one I could find on her (too bad no one's put up a bit from one of her live performances):

Well, we bought her CD (I think you can listen to all the songs on her myspace.) But I'm not sure if I'd like it this much if I hadn't heard her live. It's hard to tell. I guess I'll never know. She's supposed to be at Doug Fir in December~ and I guess someplace else in Portland called The Buffalo Gap several times before then, but... I'm pretty sure I don't go to places like that. Yeaaah.


OH, now Ingrid Michaelson!? AND OLD NAVY?


I think I'm starting to remember why I stopped watching TV for like a year and a half in college.

(It's okay though, cause the deliciousness of this Family Guy premiere is washing it all away~~~)

Hoot. Or something.

Feist in November!! I'm all over that shit.

Still slightly disturbed by her letting Apple use her song in an iPod commercial... *twitch* but damn, I love her music. (At least she refused McDonald's... heh.)

I haven't been able to find any good concerts during when you're coming, Erin. :/ We'll have to settle for the millions of other things to do.


I have cropped down my friends list to a parsley 35 in order to facilitate my actually reading everyone's entries.

You have been removed if:

A. You annoy me.
B. We never talk anymore.
C. You haven't updated in 2007. Or god forbid, 2006.


Thou Shall Not Pass.

This journal is highly intimate, and as such, you will not be able to read it.

If I know you, email me to be friended, otherwise... sorry, no dice.

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