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Bob Dahlstrom
08 June 2012 @ 09:32 am
My first post on Livejournal was August 16, 2008.

My last post here might be today.

I have decided to stop updates here on the ol' LJ. I haven't gotten any response here in over six months, and it's very clear to me that as of now, LJ is a dying site. Honestly, out of all the different networking sites, LJ has been my favorite, so it's sad to see it go, but that's the way things go, I suppose.

I will continue to check my friends list, but as of now, I'm done with the updates.

But fear not! I have a brand new website made and running at http://www.robertpfd.com.

That's http://www.robertpfd.com !

And if you don't like that, there's always all these sites too:
Tumblr: http://bobdahlstrom.tumblr.com/
Facebook (Personal): http://www.facebook.com/bobdahlstrom
Facebook (Egomaniac): http://www.facebook.com/egomaniaccomic
Blogger: http://bobdahlstrom.blogspot.com/
Deviantart: http://thinktankbob.deviantart.com/
Google +: https://plus.google.com/105770606407274696936/

So goodbye my friends. Thanks for all the support over the years, it means a lot to me.
Bob Dahlstrom
04 June 2012 @ 01:55 pm

He might have said he was too old for stand up comedy, but then he went right ahead and did it anyway. That's the way Danny Glover does it!
Bob Dahlstrom

When I first started going to ROH shows, Kevin Steen was in a low spot on the card. He was Mr. Wrestling! And now? He's Wrestling's Worst Nightmare. The guy ROH crowds go insane for. And he's the ROH Champion. How awesome is that? My biggest complaint is when I see him live, I barely get to see the dude, he's always all over the arena.

And what needs to be said about Cactus Jack? Yeah these two would have a brutal, violent match. But it's not even about that. It would just be really good. As a person that doesn't really care for hardcore stuff, I would love to see these two go.

Well, Cactus when he was a bit younger. I dunno about it now!

Kevin Steen wrestles in a t-shirt a lot, and I found this one online and thought it looked ridiculous enough where I should draw it. So I did! The hardest part about Cactus was not drawing him in the typical BANG BANG! pose. Hopefully it worked out okay.
Bob Dahlstrom
28 May 2012 @ 01:56 pm

If you ever had any question in your mind whether Jenn and I were grown ups, well, here you go. If the previous 230 plus comics didn't sway your opinion, anyway. If not, where the hell have you been? Jeez guys, keep up!

In the end, she did end up buying the Private Stock, just not that day. And a love affair was immediately started. Jenn is a girl who likes to mix Private Stock into anything. When she finally finished the bottle she didn't want to throw it away because she was sad it was gone.
Bob Dahlstrom
22 May 2012 @ 04:58 pm

If I weren't already committed to the whole using song titles as comic titles, this comic would be something like Mega Mongolian two headed death swamp shark swarm attack, cause that's definitely the type of movie Jenn would go for.

I suppose maybe if Battleship was an hour of Liam Neeson running around yelling "A-TWO!" and other such shit maybe it would be worth watching? I dunno. Even that would probably be terrible too. Plus it's got Rihanna, the dumbest girl in the world, in it? Ugh. But I guess I'll find out when Jenn watches it and tells me how it was, haha.

And in case you didn't know, Joe Dunn is the creator of a bunch of comics, and the one I am referring to here is Joe Loves Crappy Movies. Check it out here: http://digitalpimponline.com/strips.php?title=movie
It's a great comic and like I've said before, I think Joe draws the best looking comics on the internet.
Bob Dahlstrom

Once upon a time when Cody was in Evolution, I, along with many other people, thought Ted Dibiase Jr. was the better of the two of them. But then a funny thing happened. Cody kept getting better while Ted kept doing nothing. I started to really like Cody's matches a lot. First he was dashing, then he got the Doctor Doom mask and acted like a super villain. My wrestling friends couldn't get into him but I thought the dude was great. I think Cody now is just awesome, and I think he's one of the more underrated guys in the WWE.

I once heard Colt Cabana say that El Generico is the most underrated man in wrestling, and that's hard for me to disagree with. I've seen him wrestle live a whole bunch of times, and he's just so much fun to watch. He's got a great move set and is just really solid all around.

I think this match would be awesome. Funny thing about Cody...I've drawn him twice and each time he changed his ring attire like, three days later. (This has been done for a bit, I just never posted it, hehe.)
Bob Dahlstrom
14 May 2012 @ 01:48 pm

I'm definitely a guy who likes him some sweetened tea. Jenn is a diabetic. That works out pretty well most times, heh. I've done things like put 12 packets of sugar/equal/sweet and lois in a cup just to prove a point. What point? I don't know, but I certainly proved it.

So the tea was decidedly not awesome after adding the hot sauce. It really didn't counter the sugar the way I had hoped! And the worst part of all? Jenn didn't even try it!
Bob Dahlstrom
07 May 2012 @ 01:56 pm

For people that don't know, this is Jay Briscoe.

For some reason I thought it was a good idea to hit him in the chest.

Haha, I wasn't worried. He's a good dude. I've talked to him a bunch of times and he's always been cool. We weren't really mad at each other when this happened, we were just fucking around.
Bob Dahlstrom
02 May 2012 @ 10:36 am

I told you the next comic I put up would make sense when you knew about this comic!

Now that doesn't make sense, sheesh. I shouldn't write about comics before I go to bed, I get all loopy.

But yes, there's two things to take away here.

1. Cabin in the Woods is awesome. I really would like to talk about it, but I can't say anything without giving away the big THING in the movie. I'm normally not a "DUDE, SPOILERS!" type of guy, but this one I'm keeping quiet on. Just see the movie!

2. Chris Hemsworth is a beautiful man. I said it before, I'm saying it now.

This is the last comic I did on paper before my Cintiq came home. It's back, working like a champ. But I may kep doing little journal comics like this again on paper still. WHO KNOWS!
Bob Dahlstrom
30 April 2012 @ 01:45 pm

The comic ended after the Asgard line, but the conversation continued for like five more minutes. I feel like it ended with one of us just yelling "FROST GIANTS!"

As it goes on and on the puns get worse and less coherent, I suppose.

But yeah, Thor was great. I liked Captain America more, but hey, we all know I'm biased. It's kinda funny how the timing worked on this one, with the Avengers coming out in a couple days, and also with me knowing what the next comic up is.

Egomaniac: Accidentally topical, sometimes!