An online comic about Ace. A young geek that's too nice for his own good. All he wants is a regular life and a regular girlfriend. But he knows that isn't going to happen. – CGI – Adult situations. Artistic nudity. Not suitable for children or Fundies.
Rosa: I wasn't really involved with the company until he died, but like you, my departed first husband, Louis, built Cartmart from scratch. Things were still tight when we married and we lived out of offices on the top floor of the first building he owned outright. It wasn't so bad. We had private access to the roof and I could sunbathe without being seen. Which was good, because it was my income as a model that helped us get by many a month. So the building was always precious to me.
Bob: Model? Wait. You're Rosa Negra, the Spanish Betty Page?
Rosa: Guilty. Actually, I'm Puerto Rican and Black Irish.
KC: We have some of your photo books. Well, they belonged to Robert's father, but they're in our living room book case.
Rosa: Bring them by. I'll autograph them. Well, as it happens, this building hasn't really been suitable as a contemporary store for some time now, but rather than see it sold and demolished, I took personal ownership. I'm using it as storage for some large pieces of art, but it's frequently broken into and the crates are damaged, either by punks looking for valuables or transients looking for firewood. The basement is open on the south end, has a shared loading dock, two 14 foot bay doors, a fenced lot for storage and parking, some offices that can be remodeled into a modest storefront, and more shop space than you could ever use. Also, my son remodeled some of the same penthouse office space into a fairly luxurious apartment, for himself and more friends than he thought I knew of, before he took his family to Central Oregon. The view of the river from the roof is still stunning, though I wouldn't try sunbathing there in the nude anymore.