Yeah, I'd imagine you'd be inclined to get nosebleeds a lot in Denver, since it's so high above sea level. Interesting note about here in Rochester: people comment that we all seem to have a slightly nasal accent and some researchers determined that it's due to generations of sinus infections and colds from the weather changing so much. Isn't science fun? By the way, I'm super-amused that earlier this week you drew a strip about hating to draw cars and you've done like 2-3 comics with cars in them since then. I admire how much you challenge yourself. Nice work, Mr. Spina.
That video is awesome, Im seeing Chaz here this saturday!Oh and Rochester... Nasaly accents? There's nothing slight about it, ha. All my relatives live there.
i think being brave enough to make a comic about picking your nose is much "manlier" than changing a car battery.
wow that's a crazy science fact! i like hearing stuff like that. And i'm seeing chaz on monday erin! and thanks bryce, i agree that drawing comics is way more manly then stupid 'car stuff'
After the first time that ever happened to me. I get paranoid when I all of a sudden feel my nose start to run. So I gotta stick my finger in and check...even had to check today, haha!
haha i love your look on the last panel, popping out eyes always get me! I ve never really had a bloody nose but once steph elbowed me in the nose and a little blood was inside..ha
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