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Casey E. Palmer

Calling the Great White North his home, Casey‘s spent the last few decades in pursuit of creating killer content. From novels as a kid, comics as a teen, to blogs and photos once he could grow a beard, he’ll use whatever’s around him to create amazing stuff.

When he’s not creating, he’s parenting, exploring and trying to make life as awesome as possible for everyone around him.

Because a boring life’s not a life worth living!

0004: Dear World, I’m Tired of Ballin’

World, I’m tired of: Too many birthdays to celebrate Too many going-away parties Too many expectations of chipping in for overly extravagant situations Too much costing too much too much of the time Yes, I work a job that pays pretty well. But I work hard – I […]

0003: Growing Up a Little Bit at a Time

Today is one of my groggier days. After staying up late sketching and just cleaning a few things up in general, I’ve been definitely feeling the effects this morning. I didn’t end up buying those DS games last night, so I’ll venture across the street to the Eaton […]

0002: WordPress for BlackBerry – you didn’t see it coming!

Ah, I’ve finally managed to get a one-up on Rene! So here I am, finally having figured out how to use the WordPress for BlackBerry app to put my posts for OLA together – this will let me get a lot more done while I’m out and about, […]

Day 0001: An Average Day for an Above-Average Guy — Black Man Sketch

Day 0001: An Average Day for an Above-Average Guy

Don’t you love those moments where you see something that you just HAVE to draw? This happened on the subway this morning with me, with a dude sitting down who definitely had his style coming correct. Black dude who was well-groomed, dressed well and reading a pamphlet on […]

Let’s make this a quickie.

Alright, it’s come to my attention that managing finances might not be something everyone’s well-versed in, here. I’m hoping to do a series of blog posts on financial management, but I’ll need everyone’s help. A little about me before we start: worked at TD Canada Trust for 6.5 […]

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