3/6/07 - A new sketch in town
FeedTacoma.com, in collaboration with R.R. Anderson of Holistic Forge Works fame, would like to introduce Feed>>Tacomic, a new weekly editorial cartoon for the Tacoma area. Every Tuesday a new Tacomic will take stabs, jabs and tabs of anything and everyth
posted Mar 6, 2007
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by NineInchNachos on 3/6/2007 @ 10:06am
Please feel free to email me your grievances. Together we can work to afflict the comfortable and comfort the afflicted. Together we can make a difference.
by cassioposa on 3/6/2007 @ 2:25pm
|I gotta say, I'm intrigued by this collaborative project. Great sketch work, Mr. Anderson. I'm definitely looking forward to next week's comic.|
by Erik on 3/7/2007 @ 10:00pm
Alright. One potential topic for a cartoon certainly is Multi Care's plans to erect "Steam Plant" which burns natural gas when everything is going well and Deisel when it is not.
Pollutant Natural Gas from three 90 foot steel smoke stacks right next to Wright Park where young children play. Sound like something Holistic Forge Works would produce.
Here's the stats:
Carbon Dioxide 117,000
Carbon Monoxide 40
Nitrogen Oxides 92
Sulfur Dioxide 1
(pounds of pollutants per billion BTU â€“ British Thermal Units)
All we have now is the nice drawing Multi Care has given us with the "hidden" smoke stacks drawn in pencil. I wonder what they will really look like when it is built?
by jenyum on 3/12/2007 @ 10:33am
|When does the next comic come out?|
by KevinFreitas on 3/12/2007 @ 12:59pm
|Tomorrow morning at 6:30am. It'll be featured all day on the front page so you can't miss it.|
by KevinFreitas on 3/13/2007 @ 6:43am
|The Tacomic even made it into another local political cartoon over at the New Takhoman: Link|
by NineInchNachos on 3/7/2008 @ 9:01am
by fredo on 9/30/2012 @ 7:35am
Since we're so concerned with Carbon Dioxide in the vicinity of Wright Park we'd better begin calculating the amount of Carbon Dioxide that's being released into the atmosphere when the trees/branches/leaves in Wright Park begin decomposing.