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So long story short, I was among many of those employed by my office that was laid off today. I’m already being proactive about finding a new job, but in the meantime I still have rent, a car payment, gas, groceries, loans, and utilities to be paying.
It helps tremendously when anyone commissions me or buys something from my shop. Or even when they signal boost me in times of great need.
There’s hardly a thing I won’t draw or at least attempt to draw!
And if you’re kind enough to simply wish to donate, I’m willing to do at least a sketch request because I feel bad otherwise.
I appreciate all considerations from everyone!
Anonymous said: What's happening in Hong Kong????
Protests are happening in the Central & Western District, the Wan Chai District and the Kowloon District of Hong Kong since 22nd September, since Beijing withdrew their promise of universal suffrage for Hong Kong. These protests were meant to be and are PEACEFUL PROTESTS.
Yet police in riot gear are attacking crowds of UNARMED pro-democracy student protesters and protesters from the Occupy Central movement (a civil disobedience movement aimed at achieving universal suffrage occurring in Hong Kong). At least NOW TV, BBC NEWS, and APPLE DAILY have confirmed that pepper spray and rubber bullets are being fired at demonstrators and there is tear gas being launched into crowds and it’s spreading INSIDE the Central MTR station.
Judging from all the photos and Apple Daily news reports I’ve seen, there are police stationed at Lippo Center, outside Lan Kwai, and Jordan + Tung Chung MTR stations look entirely closed off to everyone but the police. There are protesting crowds in Causeway, in Mong Kok on Argyle Street, in the HKAPA and Gloucester Road + Nathan Road are FILLED with protesters.
Hong Kong is no longer safe. Central has been paralyzed.
There’s a live feed of everything that’s happening here.