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Freelance marketer by day, inveterate doodler in all the spaces in between. Current project: A Dog Named Karma. To say hello: mynamenospaces at gee mail Thanks!

Seeking an internet interpreter to explain memes via PowerPoint to our esteemed executives. Start date? Yesterday.

A Financial Meme Trends Analyst gives a presentation explaining the Myanmar Coup Aerobics Meme about GameStop shorts
A Financial Meme Trends Analyst gives a presentation explaining the Myanmar Coup Aerobics Meme about GameStop shorts
Illustration by the author


Musk’s caption read, “Now, this is the true spirit of entrepreneurship”

The image Musk posted to his Twitter account (Image by Author)


A Dog Named Karma Comic #7

I’m attempting to perfect the preview image, here’s a new technique.

When Frieda enters the office she shares with three other grad student T.A.s, her friend Janet cries out:


Start with Comic #1, titled “Beware The Magic 2020 Ball”

December 15, 2019 — Talako and Frieda visit the city to meet her Psychic:

Frieda, a redheaded girl, is dragging a reluctant hipster, Talako, to her psychic, hoping Talako will believe. He is grumpy.
Frieda, a redheaded girl, is dragging a reluctant hipster, Talako, to her psychic, hoping Talako will believe. He is grumpy.


Comic #6 of A Dog Named Karma

It’s still December, 2019 —

Our awkward duo is rapidly approaching Frieda’s dormitory, and therefore, the end of their outing:

Talako tries to wrap his head around meeting a psychic at a Farmer’s Market, and Frieda made a pun about how much they saw
Talako tries to wrap his head around meeting a psychic at a Farmer’s Market, and Frieda made a pun about how much they saw


Earn karma, fond memories, and the warm fuzzies of doing a good deed — while staying 6 feet apart

A man shouts to an old lady from outside that he tried her famous recipe but it’s not right, he left it on her porch to try
A man shouts to an old lady from outside that he tried her famous recipe but it’s not right, he left it on her porch to try
When your neighbor is too proud for favors, you might have to get creative. (Image by author)

Good intentions are useless until they’re expressed in appropriate action.

— Napoleon Hill, 1937


A boy and his dad stare at the people petting nothing. The Psychic asks, “What’s his name?” Frieda says, “Her name is Karma.”
A boy and his dad stare at the people petting nothing. The Psychic asks, “What’s his name?” Frieda says, “Her name is Karma.”
Dad’s inner monologue: “even the Farmer’s Market? is no place holy to the youth today? can’t stop tripping weed to buy groceries, even?”

Comic #5 of A Dog Named Karma


Talako asks how Frieda met The Psychic, thinking it unlikely due to her upbringing. She says they met at the Farmer’s Market
Talako asks how Frieda met The Psychic, thinking it unlikely due to her upbringing. She says they met at the Farmer’s Market
“Upbringing?” The quotation marks feel a bit sinister, amirite?

Comic #4 of A Dog Named Karma

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