RR# 381 - Insanity? by Faemike55 ()
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I am learning, however reluctantly, how to cope with reduced working hours at Treasure House. I put in 2.5 hours a day, Monday through Friday doing my normal work. I then put in at least 4 hours daily helping with the food boxes. I think the image pretty much says it all.
If you get a chance, look up on YouTube the Coronavirus Rhapsody. It's great.
Image Comments (41)
eekdog () Online Now! 8:41PM | Mon, 30 March 2020
Posted my image of insanity this morning, too much cabin fever may make him that way. Cool troll my friend. I also have a reduced hrs, but got 2 extra stores for Tuesday and Wednesday, total of 5 risky places at the grocery stores. Take care bro.
bakapo () 9:03PM | Mon, 30 March 2020
Troll man is creepy but cool. He has the whole universe behind him (literally) in dealing with this insanity. I, personally, am not enjoying things, however. Well done image, I like the hint of shadow under him, it makes him look huge. .
Sorry about your hours being cut. Good job helping where it's need. Stay safe!
RodS () Online Now! 10:09PM | Mon, 30 March 2020
Muaaaaaaahahahaha.... * ahem * Yeah, I'd be lost without my insanity..... And coffee, of course.... That's why we'll get through this mess just fine - we're artists! You have to be crazy to be an artist, right? At least that's what they kept trying to tell me when I was a kid:
"Rod, what do you want to be when you grow up? A fireman? A cowboy? A policeman?"
"No, I wanna be an artist!"
"An artist??? What - are you crazy??"
See what I mean?
Fun render, Mike!
Desgar () 10:44PM | Mon, 30 March 2020
I'd hang with this troll dude, were it not for current conditions. At any rate his insanity would be far better than what current US administration is suffering from/doling out.
Thank you for what you're doing at Treasure House with limited resources, Mike. Hope you can help as many as possible.
Nightwind () 2:54AM | Tue, 31 March 2020
Normal is boring, insanity is so much more interesting! Love the image and the message!
STEVIEUKWONDER () 3:35AM | Tue, 31 March 2020
When I first read the caption I was going to add one until I saw the base "I enjoy every minute of it" which was much funnier! PLEASE remember the Self Distance rule, Mike. It is unfortunate that certain people do not consider the plight of transmitting such a deadly virus while getting their sustenance selflessly donated by others. Stay well, my friend! Rest a while too, kind Sir!
jendellas () 5:41AM | Tue, 31 March 2020
I hope everyone stays safe. Disbelief when some don't do all they can.
Lenord () 8:09AM | Tue, 31 March 2020
Just looked that up on YT, amen to that brother. I moved out to the sticks years ago to get more "social distancing" but I hate being told what to do even though I know it's necessary and prudent, that's the ex-soldier in me. One thing I will say about this crisis is it has given me a greater appreciation of grocery store workers and people like yourself. Not ignoring first respondents or medical workers, Docs and Nurses just think of where they work, Hospitals! geeze everybody knows those places are full of sick people even more so now.
beachsidelegs () 8:56AM | Tue, 31 March 2020
Everybody says I am mad so that is normal right lol Cool image my friend :)
UteBigSmile () 1:04PM | Tue, 31 March 2020
ROFL@Rod Mike - Let's keep on smiling, even when our neck is dirty!
anitalee () 6:19PM | Tue, 31 March 2020
Excellent work, indeed hard getting through these strange times
coyoteviper () 10:23AM | Wed, 01 April 2020
I have always believed that those who are crazy and know it are the normal ones; those that claim they are normal, are insane, and have no clue. Excellent troll.
Diemamker () 6:32PM | Wed, 01 April 2020
insanity... well come to think about it, haven't given it much thought. with the things going on in my life, I kind of see it as normal.
super work thou!
Richardphotos () 10:07PM | Wed, 01 April 2020
you should listen to the international news about the Corona and it was created in a Chinese lab by purpose.
your guy there embraces insanity. very cool dude
Jean_C () Online Now! 10:43AM | Thu, 02 April 2020
Creepy character and impressive image, great work!
dochtersions () 12:13PM | Thu, 02 April 2020
As an artist, you do inventions that others don't think are normal, it's the ideas that others think, would be crazy; but how wonderful it is, this outlet, to continue despite this hectic time. You did an amazing invention here. .Take care dear Mike, God bless.
Navi () 2:59PM | Thu, 02 April 2020
Funny artwork, sorry to hear about your hours being cut, but take care ! :)
adrie () Online Now! 3:06PM | Thu, 02 April 2020
Wow what a awesome and yet also funny image my friend, superb work Mike. Please take care and stay safe my friend.
Radar_rad-dude () 3:02PM | Sat, 04 April 2020
It is the very personification of insanity, I believe! Very good likeness! An excellent image, Mike. Glad you are able to continue in your working capacity. That gives you an outlet to channel off some of the effects of this current world situation. As the other artists have expressed here, I think due to our 'insane' abilities(?), we will all get through these trials somehow.
shadownet () 3:35PM | Sat, 04 April 2020
That is a great motto and should go on a tee shirt for sure!
anahata.c () 4:42PM | Sat, 04 April 2020
I'm sure you and others in T.House feel like this person/being. And many others around the world must feel the same. Love your use of that NASA fireworks-galactic-explosion as a background. It almost captures the insanity of the present. We're all going to have to face the economic issues when this virus finally dies down; and it may be a difficult climb. Which makes the present all the more crazy---because while the virus is front and center, so is work, income and survival, for many in the world. It's a long road ahead. I hope you are doing ok, able to survive during this time of cut-down hours; and the same for all you work with. I wish you all the best, Mike, and wish for a much brighter future.