Today’s Fortune: You can’t be late if you never show up.
The Dennard Dayle Newsletter
September 29, 2021
“I Heard This Guy’s Funny”
By working together and following simple scientific principles, viral strains are thriving.
A new planet orbiting three stars made Tatooine old news.
Manchin and Biden continue to reenact The Scorpion and the Frog.
130 judges added a warm, personal perspective to cases they had a financial stake in.
Chris Cuomo preserved family tradition.
Japan’s political future remains divided between popular upstart with fresh ideas and the winner.
When I was fourteen, I had a simple dream: becoming Alucard from Hellsing. That’s been an unambiguous failure, but my writing hobby’s going alright. I’ve tricked the powers that be into considering a second book. If I sound like I’m hiding nerves behind humor, you’re lying.
My birthday is less of a day, and more a half-month festival. Now that it’s finally winding down, I’m ready to return to my standard schedule of living attached to a keyboard.
My next personal goal is worming my way into monthly comics or weekly columns. Which is to say: if you happen to have an opportunity that spares me six months of endless pitches, feel free to reach out.
I’m reviving an old idea of mine: Modern Apologies. A riff on the endless stream of mealy-mouthed Notepad app apologies that follow modern cockups. There’s also a Twitter page, if you’re into that genre of pain.
This week on Weeaboo Hell, we’re talking Star Wars Visions. It brought joy to my withered heart. Which was withered by Star Wars in the first place.
Before I became the prettiest girl at the dance, Points in Case let me get some work out there. My favorite is this deeply stupid piece about US presidents and swamp rabbits.
We’re inching closer to the April debut of my hilarious first book. If you preorder it, the light will stand a chance against the darkness.
Still waiting on the release details of that magazine article. But when it comes to pass, you’ll be the first ones to know. Technically third, after myself and the editor, but you get the point.
One Sentence Reviews
Star Wars: Visions: Somehow, Studio Trigger cutting a Star Destroyer in half isn’t even in the top three shorts. (4.5/5)
Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order: A Star Wars souls clone is micro-targeted towards me, so you can probably take a point off the score. (3.5/5)
1-900-HOTDOG: Everything I liked about a certain era of the internet, without banner ads of stock photo cleavage. (5/5)
NXT 2.0: What did you do to my baby? (2/5)
Magu-Chan: God of Destruction: If you get drunk on a train and read two hours of this gag comic, you’ll have an okay time. (3/5)
Thanks for reading Extra Evil, the newsletter born allergic to sunlight.