You Got The Pulse

The Star Crossed campaign was chronicled in the “Don’t be Jealous of my Boogie” storyline. It kicks off here!

Baltimore Comic Con was totes rad! At least, I’m pretty sure it was. I’m uploading this before I actually go to the show so I have no actual idea. I’ll probably post a video review later in the week to let you know how it was. Next up, SMALL PRESS SEXPO this weekend!

  • Jared Ferenczy

    I’m interested to see where this is going. I just have one question/thought. Wouldn’t working for Steve violate the No Compete clause in their contracts?

  • JackTheObserverDee

    I have no idea why they’re doing this. Why would you help someone who made your life a living hell? He made his bed, let him lie in it.

  • Firework the Comic

    He doesn’t care about actually having been racist in the past. He’s not sorry, or he would have made a televised, humble apology and admitted to everyone what mistakes he’d made, publicly.

    He’s just making this about himself and how much he cares about his reputation. Racists hate being called racists. Them helping him save face would be backasswards–why can’t he just admit it, and apologize?

    Guess what–being a part of the Junior KKK or whatever the student group was called (The Plain Yogurt Assembly, Bedsheets R Us, Paleness 4Ever, my own white creativity can think of several possibilities) is not about your reputation. It’s about you continuing, even for a small period of time, the internalized oppression that began when the United States was first settled and is still going strong today. Your reputation is less important than the people who suffered and still suffer due to people who believe that shit.

  • Jamie Noguchi

    Oh my god, I really hope that somewhere in the universe the Plain Yogurt Society exists! Not for racism, but for the joy of PLAIN YOGURT!