< Piro >
Monday - October 2, 2000
Well, yesterday sure did suck.
After an early Monday Morning Meeting (which should be illegal as hell) I sat down at my desk to find a short icq message from largo: "hey, i think I've been fired."
Oh boy. That was it, just that short message, and no response to any other querys for several hours. I feared for the lives of a good part of the population of the area where largo lives till i finally heard from him.
Largo lobbed his rant at me prior to it being posted here for everyone to read. My first reaction was to try to get him to tone down his rather, er, 'aggressive' stance. I'm a brave person, i think, to stand there, facing a frothing largo saying 'gee, are you sure about this line here?' ^^;; I was worried about it. I wouldn't be saying things the way he was...
At that point i stopped. Largo's reaction to his dismissal was very different than what mine would be. My reaction would be different, i would say different things, i would approach it from a different angle. Largo and I really are two different kinds of people. Largo is a bit explosive, reactionary, tenacious and dangerous to small pets and children. He prefers a full all out frontal attack. I tend to be far more subversive. I'd play more subtle games - come in from the side or underneath, or perhaps employ a few of my goons to go in and break a few legs 'without my knowledge' :)
I guess i decided that it's Largo's rant, it's his stage - go to town dude. What the hell. I'll always be here to identify the remains if it ever goes bad. :P
I would like to apologize for the lack of a new sketch this weekend over at fredart - I even had to pull a Bad Art Day on Monday. I should be able to put something in the next few days, if any of these crappy drawings start to look like anything.
Today's screenshot is a little random - but for some reason it made me chuckle. It's from a short comic in a True Love Story 2 special book - a very VERY cute little comic. The girls complain that in the game they never get to go on a school trip, so they take one - with many disastrous consequences. :)