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Saturday, July 22, 2017

The InspiroBot Zodiac... help me collect 12 great ones!

In case you haven't heard, InspiroBot is the greatest toy to ever appear on the web. It lets you generate images that resemble those inspirational posters that were all the rage a few years back, or meme-style images that range from very silly to as "deep" as any of the aforementioned posters. Click here to have fun!

A couple weeks ago, the thing started doing Zodiac signs. Like always, some are clever, some are stupid, some are nonsensical.

I want to collect them all!

But I need your help! If you are making image quotes with InspiroBot and a Zodiac pops up, can you please (pretty please?) post it to this Facebook thread in a Comment? I hope to enshrine the best InspiroBot Zodiacs, when I have a set of 12, in a blog post--probably over at the NUELOW Games blog with some appropriately goofy roleplaying game rules.


Click here to experience the wonder that is InspiroBot... and please help complete my collection!


Tuesday, March 3, 2015

Look kids! Comics!

For a little over two years now, I've been producing comics anthologies through NUELOW Games. This is probably not news to most of you, but if it is, now is the perfect time to check out one or more of the wide variety of titles that are available.

Each of the books are in PDF format and contain anywhere from 24 to 68 pages of Golden Age comics, augmented with new fiction, roleplaying game rules, and/or biographical material about the creators. From now through Saturday 3/7/2015, most of the comics are on sale for 30 percent off the regular price, so now is the perfect time to check them out. Some of these comics have never been collected in one place before, and few have been reprinted since they originally appeared in the 1940s and 1950s.

Click here to see the title listings at RPGNow.

Here's a small cover gallery, just to show the wide variety of titles being offered.


Monday, February 9, 2015

Mohammad Monday: Sowing the seeds of hatred?

Thousands of Muslims put their phobia of cartoons and intolerance of anyone who doesn't feel inclined to buy into their superstitions regarding images of their idol Mohammed while rallying in London this weekend.

Distributed leaflets claimed that publishing cartoons of Mohammed "sow the seeds of hatred."

But do you know what actually sows the seeds of hatred? Threatening and killing those who draw or publish images of Mohammed.

And that brings us to this week's Mohammed Monday drawing, posted here because I am not subject to Islamic law or demented beliefs regarding idol worship, and never will be. There's this little thing called the Constitution here in the U.S... and I hold those words in far higher regard than any of the dribble found in the Koran, the Bible, or Dianetics. Especially some of those contained in the Bill of Rights.

Mo working on his Mohammed Monday contribution


Wednesday, January 28, 2015

Facts about the stupid whore being released by Jordan

In exchange for a captured military pilot being held by ISIS, Jordan is going to release one of the ugliest creatures to ever warm the bed of Mid-Eastern terrorists. Maybe, the Japanese journalist will be thrown in a bonus.

Sajida "Cum-Bucket" al-Rishawi
So, who is this SD-riddled circus freak? Well, her name is Sajida al-Rishawi. She has reportedly had more men inside her than all the Gold's Gyms in the greater Los Angeles area combined. 

Sajida is best known for being the most retarded would-be suicide bomber in history. On November 9, 2005, she was to have been among the dipshits who blew themselves up in Amman, Jordan... except she is so stupid that she forgot to bring the piece of her bomb that would make it explode. Her husband, however, did not. That's not surprising. Anyone who has to wake up to a hideous creature like that every morning would undoubtedly have suicide at the top of his mind at all times... not to mention an urge to take revenge on the cruel world that condemned him to such a living hell.

(FYI, the attack that Sajida was too much of a moron to be part of killed 60 people, including the producer of the "Halloween" movies Moustapha Akkad.)

If the exchange happens, Sajida rejoins the ranks of whores who play a crucial role in evenly distributing sexually transmitted diseases through the ranks of ISIS, al-Qeda, Hamas, and the Iranian Republican Guard.

You can read more about her by clicking here.

Monday, January 12, 2015

Mohammed Monday: Even Mo is Charlie

This week's cover of Charlie Hebdo features the Prophet Mohammed (may peas be upon him) holding a sign saying "I am Charlie" under the banner of "All is Forgiven."

Don't expect the chicken-shits in U.S. media to actually reproduce said cover, which I am including below, as the perfect first image in the return of Mohammed Mondays to this blog. Expect another portrayal of the Prophet Mohammed (may pieces be upon him) at minimum every other week for the foreseeable future.

If that picture fills you with rage and the desire to kill someone, start with yourself. Do the world a favor. It will be better off without you in it.

Wednesday, January 7, 2015

Idol-worshiping gunmen murder editorial staff at French magazine

Three gunmen entered the offices of "Charlie Hebdo" today and brutally murdered ten cartoonists, writers, and editors, and two police officers. You can read about this brutal and cowardly attack here.

Charb, the editor of 'Charlie Hebdo' was murdered on Jan. 7, 2015

Previous cartoonist dust-ups brought on by the idol-worshipers (like the one in 2011 involving Charlie Hebdo) have resulted in American editors and cartoonists wetting their pants and bending over backwards to appease those idol-worshipers out there who believe images of the Prophet Mohammed hold a mystical significance that is only comprehended by themselves. No creative or journalists have been murdered up to this point--unless we count the virtual death of Molly Norris, who was forced to change her name and abandon her life because she came under threat from these sick and twisted worshipers of Mohammed. The response then from the U.S. government was a shrug of the shoulders. Her fellow cartoonists made a few noises, but the more general response was one of caving to the demands by the crazies before they were even made, such as the spiking of cartoons that didn't even feature Mohammed except in name.

What will be the result now that it appears those who worship Mohammed--because we can't really call them Muslims, because I do tend to agree with the notion that real Muslims wouldn't engage in Mohammadean idol worship to the degree that these sick freaks do--have spilled the blood of writers and artists in the name of their idolatry?

I predict cowardice on the part of the American media. I predict lots of victim blaming and handwringing about how we need to reach out to the idol-worshipers with understanding and that we should empathize with them and try to understand their point of view.

To the fuckwits who I am certain will utter such statements and to those who harbor such views whether they express them or not:


I am re-instituting Mohammad Mondays on my blogs, assuming I can find enough cartoons to present. I will gladly accept your submissions (anonymous or otherwise) and if I like the cartoons, I will post them.

The response to this horrible act is to do MORE of these monsters are trying to discourage, not less. We cannot respond to them with fear and submission. We must tell them to get fucked in the best way that we can -- with the words and drawings and all the other creative acts they are trying to stop.