I started out in life as a Mechanical Engineer at one of those Fortune 500 companies you’ve heard of. We called the company the Big “M”. Spent those years in product development and product design. Was a computer CAD jockey with Pro-Eng. Learned the finer arts of detail and refinement in those earlier years.
I’ve moved on since then to what I enjoy doing. Making people laugh.
The development of Aaspedia is what I hope to be a new horizon for those of us that truly enjoy making people laugh at our talents. I wanted to give a venue of where we could showcase our talents in every area and aspect of what laughter means to us and where we can get it. Nothing should be off limits is how I view this site. Censorship should be conducted by the masses and not the individual tightass. So speak your mind. Show your thoughts. And lets laugh our asses off.
Bill has the abilities to illustrate and share insight of an older married couple and the everyday occurrances that couples face and are challanged with. His abilities to find everyday humor and share those funny points with us is extrodenary. Bill’s capable of taking a simple everyday situation millions of us must have on a daily bases and puts a whole new twist on it that’s revealed from his lighter side of viewing things.
Bill has been doing illustrations for a long while now and he’s internationally known for his syndicated cartoon series the “Spectickles”, along with his business style cartoon “Percenters”. Bill’s popularity can be seen in The Wall Street Journal, Harvard Business Review, and UK’s magazine Prospect. Not one to sit back and relax, Bill also keeps busy designing greeting cards for the likes of Hallmark, Renaissance, Marian Heath, Pictura USA, For Art’s Sake, and Nobleworks. Instead of reading books, Bill would rather illustrate them and has one out in publications with Willow Creek Press.
The books title is called none other than “Spectickles” The Cartoon Volume 1. Get it here: Spectickles The Cartoon
Hello there, my name is James Pruiksma. I do the voices, “writing,” and “animating” for 2 Men, 1 Cave. In my spare time, I enjoy taking showers and sharpening pencils. You may laugh now, but when a murderer breaks into your home and the only thing you have to defend yourself is a pencil with a dull point, you’ll be wishing you had prepared more thoroughly.