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Emotions. Those things were a useless construct created by the patriarchy to control how we acted and reacted to events both within and without our control. Now they are useless. We have our base desires, but emotions are not any of them.
Sorry I haven’t posted anything yet this weekend even though I had a couple of things scheduled. It’s been kinda hectic over the past week on account of starting a new quarter, work, and the water heater in my house breaking and flooding my room. Not the most fun way to spend a week, although I did get to go to Emerald City Comic Con earlier today. I was going to try my best to write something tonight, but I have been feeling terrible ever since I got back from the convention center and I am probably dying or something. Hopefully I stop dying by the time morning and I can be rejuvenated and ready to write something stupid about John Kasich or whatever, but worst case I will find SOMETHING to post.
Goodnight and hopefully I don’t die,
This is definitely gonna be a week. Here at HCAD, a week is six days. It’s gonna be the six days from March twenty eighth to April second in the year two thousand sixteen, in fact.
Yesterday I got more text messages from family members before noon on a Sunday than I remember being possible. It’s like it was a holiday or something. I hope the people you care about are sending you love as well, and that if you don’t care about anyone that someone still cares about you. Like the student loan office. Or the guy who sells you whatever it is you can’t legally buy yourself (Kinder Eggs).
Since we care about you, we’re gonna give some stuff to you almost every day this week. Here it what it will probably look like in list form:
Thankfully, last week is over. Some highlights were that time I related a little bit too hard to a one dimensional character, the day nothing made sense but Donald Trump didn’t rule the world, and the time a man’s family fisherman heritage helped him survive.
If you like the things we provide for your viewing pleasure, please comment and share. Student loans don’t pay themselves. We can’t do it without your help. It’s teamwork!
Hey-yo everyone. Home Clipart Animal Deer is not exactly smooth-sailing at the moment as you may have noticed last week from several gap days, but don’t worry; it’s like in the 2/3 point in a movie when everyone gets really upset with each other or the protagonist loses the trust of the other characters. It looks dire and bad and stuff, but the protagonist is just about to turn things around and deliver a motivational speech just before the setpiece finale.
Home Clipart Animal Deer will be that protagonist.
Yo, it’s ya boy Kenny comin’ at ya with another epic week of sick HCAD goodness. We’re gonna give ya hella Cliparts all up in this mofo and then go beast mode with these gnarly election stories (which may or may not be late, I’m trying here people). So sit back, dudes and dudettes, and stay tuned to Nickelodeon Guts or whatever because I can’t decide what decade this post is supposed to be from.
It’s February 8th, which is a Monday. Which means…
New HCAD Posts!
Last week we had some good stuff. We, of course, had a brand-spanking new writer come on board (say hello), if you didn’t see that. We had stories about doing your civic duty and about losing your grip on reality and sacrificing yourself to the Dark God. And we had a Clipart Story posted on a Sunday for some reason. We also had the return of Kuttsukiboshi x Madoka Magica which will continue from now on (until the story ends of course)!
This week we will bring you more of the same, which actually means more weird and different stuff that you will presumably enjoy. Though we once again implore you to please comment, share, and do all that cool stuff with anything you like from here on HCAD. It’d be pretty darn great if you did.
Today is the fifth month anniversary of Home Clipart Animal Deer. It seems like it’s been forever, but it hasn’t even been half a year yet. Hmm, weird.
Well, considering we’ve updated almost every single day in the past five months (we have missed about six of them), we’ve racked up quite the impressive backlog of posts. Not all of them are created equally, though, at least in the eyes of readers. So what are the Top Five posts we’ve gotten so far?
(Read on so you can see them!)
My sources tell me that having a subscription button (as HCAD has on the sidebar) is like, an okay thing, but you should never underestimate the power of actually asking. So I guess I’ll do this: Anyone wanna subscribe to Home Clipart Animal Deer’s posts? It’s really fun and easy and you’ll be able to read all the coolest posts by the HCAD crew.
(Also, leaving feedback on our site is 100% the best thing you can do; we have been operating for about five months blind and have little to go off of in terms of what kind of content people like, dislike, etc. and it’d be good to know that stuff.)
Home Clipart Animal Deer is searching for new talent! Or ability to write a bunch of dumb stories about presidential candidates and clipart. Either is acceptable to us.
We’re going to take this site to the next level in order to provide the best HCAD Experience for all of our fine readers out there. Due to many commitments from both of HCAD’s current authors, it is getting hard to maintain and improve the amount and quality (haha) of content on the site. But with your help, just maybe, we will be able to fulfill the site’s true potential and become the premier PML (Peddling of Mediocre Literature) service in the tri-state area.
If you’re interested in writing stories that would fit with the HCAD Brand®, including and especially serial fiction, or if you’re interested in contributing articles that you think should find a home here, then read on for the details:
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Okay, so like, today’s Monday. You know what that means.
A new week of Home Clipart Animal Deer, of course.
We’ve got a few new posts to show you. They will be some pretty entertaining posts.
However… Like, we’re still working on a new schedule for our postings, so don’t be worried if there are some strange gaps (and there have been some).
We’ve both started new semesters at school and are still trying to sort things out.
Also, we’re going to start looking for help with the site. This might be something of interest for you. Stay tuned for a post related to that.