Educators understand that the simple things in life such as a working photocopy machine should never be taken for granted... (Special thanks to my colleague Mr. Dalzon for sharing the story that inspired this comic)
It's the cause of countless hours of anxiety for educators everywhere- the jammed copy machine. While the task of locating the jammed paper and getting the machine going again may seem simple at first; the truth is you'll end up covered in toner and perspiration within minutes, with the copier still blaring its flashing lights, beeps, … Continue reading Navigating through a jammed copy machine
Earlier this week I released a comic entitled "Death of Copy Machine," based on a true events that took place in my school (as most my comics are). Here's a link to it if you missed it. Death of a copy machine comic. For this Throwback Thursday I reposted below a comic that shows why some … Continue reading Throwback Thursday- another copy machine comic
This comic is in honor of all our fallen comrades- the copy machines- that so tirelessly work for us. May they go on to a better place where toner never runs dry and paper jams don't exist.
One of the signs of being a teacher is that you get excited and jump for joy when the copy machine is actually working. I've had far too many experiences with paper jams, empty toner cartridges, error # 63 (whatever that means), etc., that I actually get the chills when I walk into the staff … Continue reading Throwback Thursday- Copy Machine is Working!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eOld0PDAZN8 Ever need to make a few copies in a pinch, just to find that the copier is jammed, and then after you spend the next 20 minutes fixing the machine and covering half your body in black smudgy ink marks, you find that the machine is out of toner! Oh the joys of public … Continue reading The joy of school photocopier machines! New video!