Today in 1911
Posted October 9, 2014 at 12:51 am

Frames make everything look better.

Today's strip is strip #1911! In 1911, the first International Women's Day was celebrated on March 8th. 

Coincidentally, I started working as a full-time self-employed artist March 19, 2005. (I'm always 11 days late, what.)

You can read more about International Women's Day here! And you can donate to Wikipedia, who will probably be the source of any and all of these date-based blog entries, here! (This will not happen every day, only the days that I remember OH HEY we're in the 1900s now, that's neat!)


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Danielle likes to read...

New faves!!

Underpants and Overbites
My Giant Nerd Boyfriend
Up and Out
Alison and her Rock Awesome Robot
Kevin Budnik's autobio comics


Questionable Content
Something Positive
Dumbing of Age
Diesel Sweeties
Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal
Johnny Wander
Octopus Pie
That Deaf Guy
Sufficiently Remarkable
Blaster Nation
Ramen Empire
Jump Rope
Outlander Man

Too Sexy For Work!
Chester 5000 (too sexy for work!)

Oh Joy Sex Toy (also too sexy!)
The Rock Cocks (careful: sexy!)

Finished, but worth re-reading!
The Bad Chemicals
Cul de Sac 

I also love the podcast My Brother My Brother And Me!

My old pal R. Stevens and I used to do a podcast called Coffee and Cider! It was mostly about being work-obsessed idiots and human beings who like beverages and have cats.