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Join Tempest, newly licensed hero, as he delves deep into the reeking bowels of the dungeons of unemployment, crosses the scorching desert of menial labor and infiltrates the dreaded towers of bureaucracy. Updates Wednesdays and Saturdays.

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Tiny Blue Dragon, 20 Dec 2014 04:14 am (Reply)
Drinking - It solves all your problems...temporarily. Then they come back, usually worse. Advertisement, 22 Dec 2014 04:38 pm (Reply)
- TriaElf9, 20 Dec 2014 09:41 am (Reply)
this too - Ah yes, the age old tale..

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Razmoudah, 20 Dec 2014 07:02 am (Reply)
Wait a sec....... - I'm usually not the most alert in the mornings when I read my web-comics, but is this freelance work really for a guy whose name sounds like "Richard swallows"? Maybe their 'client' is trying to get back at the world for always treating him as if he was a homosexual instead of treating him decently. Mind you if that was purely an unintended consequence of how he was named I deeply apologize to the comics creators, although it would make the mess these two are in make a little more sense if it was intentional......


Venalitor, 20 Dec 2014 10:14 am (Reply)
- @Razmoudah: I'm pretty sure it also has something to do with Richards being Dicks. I have no idea where that comes from, but I've seen it enough to assume its a thing.


Quill Penn (Guest), 20 Dec 2014 02:09 pm (Reply)
- @Razmoudah: Surprisingly and unfortunately, Vealitor has it a lot closer, there are people in the world who act just like this.
In fact, Richard sounds uncannilly like a guy I knew who tried to get into the chainmail business. We were friends at the time and in an effort to help boost his business, I ordered a chainmail necktie, which he charged an amount that I have recently been told I could have gotten a lot cheaper. All in all, I spent about $240. Months went by and I got tired of waiting, so I requested a refund. He promised me he'd payback in a week. One week later, he claimed he didn't have enough money because of bills, (he said this while playing on his new Iphone that he had gotten two days earlier) when I met him that next week I informed him that I would be filing a lawsuit if he did not have the money with him, he payed a portion of the money and still managed to weasel his way out of paying $100!
I have also had several friends whom he agreed to pay for their help, but then would gripe and moan about having to pay even a single dollar. Needless to say we are not friends anymore.
What's especially scary was when Richard saying "Sounds like a personal problem to me." in the last comic. Given that I live in the same area as the authors, I wouldn't be a bit surprised if Richard was based on the exact same person. And If that is the case, my heart goes out to them.


TriaElf9, 20 Dec 2014 06:48 pm (Reply)
- @Quill Penn: Actually yeah, Mr. Richard here is based on a few people, some we've run into and (unfortunately) worked with, some friends have worked with. So it's pretty ridiculously not exaggerated at all ^_^;;


Razmoudah, 21 Dec 2014 10:26 am (Reply)
- @Quill Penn: Although I've never personally met people like this I have heard of them before. And I'd forgotten that 'Dick' was short for 'Richard'. So, 'Richard S. Wallows' could be /interpreted/ as 'Dick Swallows', then? That actually seems even dirtier than my previous thought on it, and now I REALLY hope I'm not offending the authors with that.


timni15, 21 Dec 2014 03:09 pm (Reply)
ha. haha - dick s. wallows


timni15, 21 Dec 2014 03:09 pm (Reply)
ha. haha - dick s. wallows



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