Based on a True Story

All of these things, the dandily outfitted coffee seller, the sloth and the toborochi tree, existed concurrently in Santa Cruz. I can only assume this was a daily occurrence, because if any animal can use a jolt of caffiene, it’s the sloth.

Today is an exciting day for Blind Fish Industries. Reliable access to a scanner has been secured, certain, long-running projects are finished, and more is to come, soon.

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About Jesse Conlang

Jesse Conlang lives in Edmonton, Alberta, where he has trained squirrels to operate pens and pencils at his whim. You can probably tell that by the quality of the work.
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