Q: Why are you making a frequently asked questions (FAQ) page when you haven’t been around long enough for any questions to be asked at all, let alone frequently?
A: Because I can’t figure out anything else on the site to customize.
Q: How do I set up an icon for when I post comments on this site?
A: Go to: Gravatar
Q: What is this comic about?
I know that seems like a big cop out. I could just say that it’s about The Universe and it would have been more specific. At least you could hope for some intelligent Randal (xkcd) Munroe humor, but it’s never going to be as smart as that because I’m not that smart. A lot of people ask if Dweez is me. I can tell you that he’s me in so much as that I’m a fat geek with long hair so I made a fat geek with long hair to talk about the world as I see it.
No one knows what life is all about. There is no meta-plot to life. It’s a series of things you decide to find important and pursue. In that way it’s just a collection of side-quests. Job didn’t work out? Side-quest. Girl left you? Side-quest. Went to college and dropped out? Side-quest. Went to college and got a PhD? Side-quest, albeit with better loot. Trying to be a successful web-comic artist? Sidequests.
To paraphrase Bill Hicks, The world is just a game. And when you choose to play it, you think it’s real because that’s how powerful our minds are. And the game takes us up and down and round and round. It has thrills and chills, and it’s very well rendered, and it’s very loud and it’s fun, for a while. Some people have been playing the game for a long time, and they begin to question – is this real? or is this just a game? And other people have remembered, and they come back to us. They say:
“Hey! Don’t worry, don’t be afraid, ever, because, this is just a game.”
I’m just part of the comic relief.
Q: When do you update?
A: I try to update every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. I’m a poor college student though and a lot of things come before the comic. My dream is to be able to draw the comic full time and have no need of another job. However, until the day I wake up in Fort Worth, TX and find out I’m Randy Millholland having a horrible dream that’s not going to happen. Just like my hero Randy though, I make the same promise. If I EVER get enough to money to match my yearly salary I will quit whatever job I’m working at and do this comic full time… and I will love you… long time.
Q: Who is responsible for this mess?
A: Shawn “Agent” Orrange:
Q: Hmmm he doesn’t look bright enough to handle a website, who got this thing posted up.
Q: Where can I learn more?
Q: Don’t you think that the internet has enough web-comics?
A: Now that it has mine, yes. Everyone else can stop now.
Q: Are you done?
A: Not by a long shot.
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