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A true '80s baby, George grew up around what is considered the "Golden Age" of television cartoons and video games. A fan of humor cartoons, George knew he wanted to be a cartoonist since the moment he could pick up a pencil. George spent the majority of his schooling doodling and sketching; in elementary school, he designed the shirts for his graduating class, and in high school he became the cartoonist for his high school newspaper The Hyde Park Indian Express. During his three years as the school cartoonist, he won four awards, and even created a logo for the school as well. He spent a short time in college, where he studied graphic design and information technology, and during this time, he created his first webcomic, The Reset Button, which was updated regularly from 2006 until 2012 with occasional updates since. He also entered the workforce in the retail industry around this time, which coincidentally would eventually impact his desire to be a cartoonist even more.