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The parasites that live on your dog, and what they do for fun on windy days. #Flea’sKite


Don’t forget the Abby and Norma poster campaign, and the kaleidoscopically geometrically spectacular thing you could be hanging on your wall– if you seize your chance now!

Become a backer at app.net and get your own poster, plus loads of other cool stuff like books, stickers, t-shirts and even a chance to add your own idea to the poster design!


“When I told my fellow students about the robbery, the prevailing mood was one of sympathy with my ordeal, shared anger toward the thief, and shared relief that it wasn’t a worse situation. I don’t recall anyone nagging me that I should have been paying more attention, shouldn’t have allowed myself to be alone with a stranger, or should have kept my valuables under my clothes instead of in plain sight.”

There’s a new blog post at Erikahammerschmidt.com! How I gained some understanding of feminist views on rape (Trigger warning!)


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don't know why Abby cares what the difference between magic and miracles is; she doesn't believe in either

Chrissy has a point. A god that granted all prayers indiscriminately would probably be worse than no god at all.


Don’t forget the Abby and Norma poster campaign, and the kaleidoscopically geometrically spectacular thing you could be hanging on your wall– if you seize your chance now!

Become a backer at app.net and get your own poster, plus loads of other cool stuff like books, stickers, t-shirts and even a chance to add your own idea to the poster design!


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Don't wanna know what she put in that pie.

I celebrate it on April Fools’ Day because anything is better than actually celebrating April Fools’ Day.


Don’t forget the Abby and Norma poster campaign, and the kaleidoscopically geometrically spectacular thing you could be hanging on your wall– if you seize your chance now!

Become a backer at app.net and get your own poster, plus loads of other cool stuff like books, stickers, t-shirts and even a chance to add your own idea to the poster design!


“Is your favorite thing about ‘Abby and Norma’ the vicious deconstruction of neurotypical social norms? Or Abby’s obsessive exploration of legal loopholes and gray areas? Do you love the puns, but feel sad when Abby bashes down her mom’s wistful hopes for grandchildren? Love the mom-bashing, but get annoyed when she debates religion with Chrissy? Love the religious debates, but hate Abby’s badly-drawn doodles? Or do you read ‘Abby and Norma’ solely for Ron and his palindromes?”

There’s a new blog post at Erikahammerschmidt.com! Abby and Norma Promotional Post: New mini-books are out!


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 Laptopnapping and polygraph coercion are always a more respectable option than doing homework, in Cathy's opinion.

That’s Cathy’s current boyfriend, but their days together are numbered. She’s about to dump him for suggesting homework, but he pre-empts it by dumping her over the suspicious Abby rumors.


Don’t forget the Abby and Norma poster campaign, and the kaleidoscopically geometrically spectacular thing you could be hanging on your wall– if you seize your chance now!

Become a backer at app.net and get your own poster, plus loads of other cool stuff like books, stickers, t-shirts and even a chance to add your own idea to the poster design!


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Spectacular, symmetrical, eloquent, elaborate, kaleidoscopic Abby and Norma poster! VERY limited time!

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Attention, fans of Abby and Norma, and anyone else who likes fantastic posters! Please read, please share and pass it on to your friends!

There is a Backer campaign to make a crazily cool, very exclusive limited-edition Abby and Norma poster! It will be a psychedelic geometric explosion of images and quotations from the comic, and will look awesome on your wall regardless of the style of your home. And after this campaign is over, there will be NO MORE. You will own one of the very few posters like this in existence!

Remember Ron’s art? He would absolutely approve.

Become a backer at app.net and get your own poster, plus loads of other cool stuff like books, stickers, t-shirts and even a chance to add your own idea to the poster design!

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somehow 'nerd-screwer' reminds me of 'nerf-herder'

Maybe it looked like a lie because of her increased nervousness, or maybe because she was in a deceptive frame of mind, even though her actual words weren’t a lie. Or it could just be Becky and Cathy’s ineptitude at using a polygraph machine. (I’m sure the Abby/Cathy shippers can come up with a fourth option, but don’t listen to them, they’re crazy.)


“The first time I tried to get to sleep this way, I watched about three or four sheep complete their uneventful motion through my mind’s eye… and then the next one, at the apex of its jump, turned its head and grinned at me. It was wearing sunglasses, with garish multicolored frames.

That woke me right up.”

There’s a new blog post at Erikahammerschmidt.com! Do Aspies Dream of Eclectic Sheep?


Just a reminder: one more month until SpringCon!! Save the date!

Springcon: a local comic book festival at the State Fairgrounds in Saint Paul, on the weekend of Saturday May 17th and Sunday May 18th.

More info in this older blog post

Jewelry, Abby and Norma merchandise, and various self-published books will be for sale!


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I hate the kinds of test questions that are designed to test honesty, where an affirmative answer admits some kind of guilt, but it is assumed that no one can honestly give a negative answer. I always answer them honestly, but half the time my answers trip the dishonesty alarm because I'm so abnormal.

I ride my bike on the sidewalk sometimes too, but I get off and walk if I see pedestrians coming. I have virtually no understanding of traffic, and I know that I’d cause accidents if I rode in the street. Sometimes breaking a law is okay when it is done to save innocent lives.

Besides, for every pedestrian who hates cyclists on the sidewalk, there are about twenty drivers who hate cyclists on the road, and they’re the ones who have giant mechanical weapons capable of crushing me into a pulp, so I’m inclined to try and please them.

There’s a new weekly post on my blog at Erikahammerschmidt.com! Creepy midnight memory.

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