Two little letters. So much power.
From the time we are small we learn the power of “no”. And also how easily people can ignore it. So my Theoretical Thursday is this:
If you could, would you make your “no” permanent? For example, if someone said “Eat your peas.” and you said “no” they would never be able to say anything after that to persuade, convince, guilt, bribe, etc you into eating peas. They would simply say “okay”.
That doesn’t mean you can never eat peas after that, just that they would respect your answer.
On the flip side, if you answer “no” to something, that person will never ask you about it again, even if you say it’s ok. It’s a permanent “no”.
Would you do it?
If you live in the Twin Cities area, I hope you’ll stop by The Source Comics this Saturday, Aug 27th between 4pm-8pm to support a new writer, Stu Tighe.
Stu (with illustrations by British artist Declan McDermott) is launching his debut comic book series, Steam Age Chronicles: The Clockwork Armor.
This story, which tells the tale of how the Steampunk era could have naturally occurred, follows Sebastien, who is recruited for an expedition that will take him across the world. Join him as he unravels the conspiracy behind the caravan’s mysterious cargo.
One of the coolest things about this comic? The characters all speak in their native languages. With the comic, you will receive a translator monocle that reveals the English underneath! How awesome is that!
I really hope you come out. I’ll be there, we will have treats, and you can get your copy signed by Stu.
Thanks for your support!!
((Don’t live in the area, but still want to get a signed copy? Order online before Aug 27th and we will send you a signed copy! Check it out HERE!)
During sleep, our minds race through the impossible in the form of dreams.
So my Theoretical Thursday is this:
If you had to choose, would you rather a) choose one of your own dreams to come true or b) choose someone else’s dream to come true? (And I do mean an actual while you are asleep dream, not a daydream.)