Chapter 5: Intermission, page 13.

Tsk. That’s not friendly.

Sorry for the unintentional hiatus, guys. I’ve been very busy. I recently launched a Kickstarter, accepted my first freelance job in years, and sent my LASY Kickstarter project, Poorcraft, to the printer. I’m also in the middle of overhauling my Iron Circus sales site.

Busy month.

25 thoughts on “Chapter 5: Intermission, page 13.”

  1. Oh dear.

    Moze shows his serious side for real. I am pretty surprised that he’s going to rough up a man in a wheelchair who hasn’t done anything more than tease Sunny, though.

    1. I don’t think he’s going to “rough up” Brian. That would be very un-Mozely.

      I do think he’s going to single handedly lift Brian and his chair and put them somewhere up high without a convenient ramp so Brian can’t follow along making things difficult.

  2. Y’know, with Moze being in horny Zen-master mode pretty much all the time, it’s easy to forget how big a dude he is. I would not want to fuck with Angry Moze. Shit, he already sort of talks like the Incredible Hulk.

  3. For a man in a wheelchair instigating fights he sure lacks the ability to sense impending danger.

    Maybe that’s how he ended up in the wheelchair?

    Or maybe Moze is just hard to read what with how casual he is. Or both.

    If my impression of the characters is correct, I’m sure Moze is more demonstrating his ability to beat his ass in a threatening manner than actually flipping over his wheelchair, of course.

    No Loud Neighbors makes me sad.

  4. Brian, you dumb shit. Moze is about to lay some KNOWLEDEGE on your ass. He’s going to lift you and the chair up and then he’s going to twist the wheelchair into interesting origami shapes…with you still in it.

  5. Yeah, based on my experience with my very own ABD, I was expecting something like this. (His circle of, I guess you could call us friends, got tired of his neverending meatspace trollage and told him he was boring, so he decided that because he was obviously smarter than everybody, he would up the ante and go take some souvenirs out of cop cars parked at the local station, because everybody else was just dumber and slower than him. One felony trial later, he doesn’t go around with quite as large a trolly grin anymore.)

      1. Sometimes even the hard way isn’t instructive enough. Give Brian some time, though, and see what he finally learns on the long term.

  6. I don’t thimk he’s going to rough him up. I do think he’s going to find himself, wheelchair and all lifted up face to face with Moze. Which would be terrifying enough IMHGO

  7. I am very much enjoying this new side of Moze. I am as always very much annoyed by the same old Sunny *chortle*

    1. I wasn’t, but then again, I’m also not surprised to see this side of him. It’s been my experience that you should never ever piss off a happy-go-lucky person (granted – you have to make one hell of an effort and be a class-A asshat to pull that off). They tend to get really scary the rare times they get angry. This is even true with smaller female happy-go-lucky types—let alone bigass ones.

  8. Glad to see Smut Peddler is doing so well, and I’m looking forward to buying a PDF of Poorcraft.

    When’s the next episode of Loud Neighbors?

  9. Comin’ from a guy in a wheelchair, that’s some ballsy yap. ADB, ya just don’t know when to shut yer trap…you’s ’bout to learn the meaning of “dropped”, courtesy of ‘Moze Dontgivaf*k’.

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