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Metapost: Special fan art edition of the COTW!

Your COTW in the moment, but first: I want to share some very special fan art I received from faithful reader Brenda Starr Destroyer!

The third panel of today’s A3G was so goddamn amazing that I was inspired to make countless exciting animated GIFs of it, but I am too lazy and suck at computers. So instead I made some MS Paint drawings, and you can imagine that they are fun and stimulating, or you can try dropping acid.

Brenda Starr Destroyer went on to note that “the line, ‘Extensions are AWESOME!!!’ in a cartoon should be followed by a reveal of hilariously extreme hair, preferably of a completely different race or age.” Sadly, until the wrong is righted, we only have these hilarious/horrifying MS Paint drawings console us.

And now your comment of the week!

“I have just made sense of Dick Tracy. Absinthe time!” –Uncle Lumpy

And your runners up! Also hilarious!

Shoe: ‘Oh, dear god in heaven! He … he used a word in a secondary sense which actually — choke – means something a bit different from what I may have first expected! It’s like my whole psychic universe is crumbling to bits, making me crave the cool serenity of the gra… we’re done? Okay, paycheck here I come.’” –[Old Man] Muffaroo

Judge Parker: They need to show a lot more boob if we’re to pretend that’s good French.” –Aviatrix

“Rustina’s eyes are drawn so she appears to be looking down (cross-eyed down, in fact). Is she some sort of misshapen gigantress who could easily put an end to this whole plotline by dropping some size 165EEEEEEEs on the wicked caged-animal hunters? And maybe the giant deer behind her will cap it all off by turning around and dropping some deer-do the size of a Dodge Neon on the evil men while Mark Trail just watches from his hill camp in amazement.” –Apeman

“My spider-sense is tingling like mad! Well, if there’s any danger, at least I’m here in a comfy seat with nachos, not out there with all that danger. Excelsior!” –Ed Dravecky

“This is interesting, today, to me, because when my wife went to look at wedding dresses, she was also carrying her own personal bar of soap.” –Little A.

“If you scroll the Mark Trail panel just enough to cut off the top, you get a terrified little girl screaming ‘Kill the animals — PLEASE!’ as she’s being pursued by an eyeless Deadite fawn, and MT becomes the most awesome strip in newspapers. Like most things in life, fixing comics is easy as long as you know where to slice.” –Vermic

And let’s just take a time out here for some more fan art! Because faithful reader Annie had the same thought upon seeing this panel, and sent in a screenshot:

Uncanny, no? And now, back to the runners up:

“Lu Ann isn’t just happy — she’s jazz-hands happy, and Margo’s coquettish glance in Panel 1 tells me she more than a little pleased to have the old Lu Ann back. Somebody’s going to get bathroomed tonight, and how!” –A Shadowy Figure Fleetingly Glimpsed from the Corner of Your Eye

“I’m pretty sure that last panel is supposed to say ‘amphetamines,’ not ‘extensions.’” –Violet

“I haven’t really been following Mary Worth. Is it a story point that Jill is eight feet tall? Or is she just drawn that way for the hell of it?” –AndyL

Panel 3 of Apartment 3-G will soon be used in an ad for a penis-enlargement device in the back pages of an alternative newspaper.” –Pozzo

“What is this guy’s deal? Did he run out of grocery money? ‘SHOOT THE @#%# DEER OR NONE OF US EAT TONIGHT!!!’” –Amateur

“Lu Ann got those special, ‘Write-Yourself-Out-of-A-Corner’-brand hair , in ‘Your-Senior-Citizen-Readership-Relies-On-External-Signifiers-To-Tell-Your-Characters-Apart’ blonde.” –late2theparty

“COME ON SENATOR, IT WILL MAKE A GOOD MEAL FOR DINNER TONIGHT, OR MAYBE YOU CAN CURE IT AND PRESERVE IT FOR A SNACK FOR SOME TIME YET TO BE DETERMINED, OR MAYBE YOU JUST CUT OFF ITS TINY HEAD AND MOUNT IT ON YOUR WALL AND FEEL REALLY GREAT ABOUT YOURSELF, so uh anyway, who do you like in the gubernatorial primaries?” –Maggie

“Dance, puppet Lu Ann! Dance to my cynical job offerings!” –gjdodger

“Note the difference between their ages. A jail-‘bait’ pun beckons — but, like the Sirens, remains tantalizingly out of reach.” –Spiny Norman

“I see that Mark Trail was once a wildlife photographer, and is now the Prince of Persia.” –Rumon

“Now I want everyone in class to know that the most important rule of handling firearms is to never, ever stop aiming them no matter the circumstances, especially if you suddenly have reservations about shooting things to the point that you’re shouting them at the top of your lungs. That’s how they get you, kids. That’s how they get you.” –Black Drazon

Phantom: No wonder Diana is so confident she can jet. Dudes are walking around clockin’ officers (and nobody seems to miss them), people are wandering through the prison wearing purple cowels and shit, blind spots along the fence line allow fools to decorate the barbed wire with palm leaves like he’s at a damn Minnesota tiki bar. Then he wanders BACK into the prison as if he left his wallet on somebody’s desk. Classic. If I ever go to prison I hope it’s one like that one.” –Gregory Earls

As ever, big thanks go out to everyone who put some cash in my tip jar! And, while there are no advertisers to thank this week, there have been some exciting updates to our advertising offerings, so please check those out!

63 responses to “Metapost: Special fan art edition of the COTW!”

  1. Riff Chick
    October 18th, 2010 at 10:09 pm [Reply]

    ms paint RULZ!!1 lol, poor tommie

  2. Amateur
    October 18th, 2010 at 10:20 pm [Reply]

    Whee, I made the float! Thanks, Josh, and congrats to my fellow floaters!

  3. Rana
    October 18th, 2010 at 10:34 pm [Reply]

    Excellent!

  4. Nekrotzar
    October 18th, 2010 at 10:54 pm [Reply]

    My wife and I have been talking about replacing the wallpaper in our master bathroom soon. Now I’m seriously thinking that we should go with something from the Brenda Starr Destroyer collection.

  5. Poteet
    October 18th, 2010 at 11:03 pm [Reply]

    YAAAY Uncle Lumpy! Woot woot! And more yays for the other varied hilarity! It was a definite relief to see that below the (highly amusing) MT artwork were more entertaining runners-up. For a brief moment I thought this week’s list was much too short.

  6. Jamus The Bartender
    October 18th, 2010 at 11:04 pm [Reply]

    Congratulations, Uncle L. Those were some good pictures, too :)

  7. Poteet
    October 18th, 2010 at 11:07 pm [Reply]

    And thank you, Brenda Starr Destroyer, for your excellent and horrifying artwork! My favorite panel is the first one. I hope this isn’t the closest Lu Ann will ever get to experiencing orgasm, but that possibility does occur.

  8. Walker of Dog
    October 18th, 2010 at 11:18 pm [Reply]

    Cungratoolshuns to funny flote riderrs – sorey for bad spelled words but brane is messed up frum looking at MS Painnt art from Starr Distroying Lady.

    I go lie down now.

  9. [Old Man] Muffaroo
    October 19th, 2010 at 12:05 am [Reply]

    Yay, I’m on the float again! That means my cruel secret masters will beat me a lot less this week, and I really could stand to… oh, crap, did I just mention my secret masters? Oh, man, they’re going to beat me twice as much now! I’ll just preview this and then delete it.

  10. Poteet
    October 19th, 2010 at 12:15 am [Reply]

    10/19 JP — “And trust me, Jules, the fact that you’ve been behaving like France’s answer to Blandthony has nothing to do with Neddy’s growing distaste!”

  11. ElkMeadow
    October 19th, 2010 at 12:15 am [Reply]

    Congrats float riders!

  12. Anonymous
    October 19th, 2010 at 12:20 am [Reply]

    The fifth annual “Wonder Woman Day” is coming up on Sunday, October 24, 2010. A nationally-noted fundraiser for domestic violence services, Wonder Woman Day V will be held in two cities this year: Portland, Oregon and Flemington, New Jersey.

    Almost 300 pieces of original artwork will be auctioned off between the two Wonder Woman Day events this year — including a drawing of the Amazing Amazon by Brenda Starr’s JUNE BRIGMAN. All of this art can be viewed at:

    http://www.WonderWomanMuseum.com

  13. ElkMeadow
    October 19th, 2010 at 12:22 am [Reply]

    Diane’s the one who’s telling everyone about the Mayor’s prostate! Look, she just told the mayor’s wife, which was a violation of the medical privacy act. If you want to know anyone’s medical history, just ask Rex’s receptionist.

    Jill is out to destroy Adrian. Either that, or to make Mary look really, really good.

    And at Funky Winkerbean, Les has now his fifth woman to demand his attentions. Dead Lisa, the two from the school, his agent, and now a reporter. He asked the latest her age just to make sure she’s not jail bait.

    (On the other hand, Reporter Lady can take your Lisa book and mop the floor with it if you don’t play nice, Mr. Smirky Beard Face.)

  14. commodorejohn
    October 19th, 2010 at 12:30 am [Reply]

    Oh lord, that Tommie-fish makes me laugh harder every time I look at it. Well done!

  15. Mike
    October 19th, 2010 at 12:30 am [Reply]

    FW: So begins the tale of the love pentagon.

  16. mollificent
    October 19th, 2010 at 12:47 am [Reply]

    Oh my God, the Little Mermaid fanart is friggin’ fantastic. Well done, BSD!

    (also, yay cotw!)

    And once again (because I’m really excited) YAY HARP IN THE JUMBLE!!

  17. mollificent
    October 19th, 2010 at 12:48 am [Reply]

    (dang it…now my brain is singing, “harp, harp, harp in the Jumble…” good luck getting THAT earworm out of my head. ARGH.)

  18. Rocky Stoneaxe
    October 19th, 2010 at 1:01 am [Reply]

    Funky Winkerbean — I’m sure Les is leading up to a statement to Reporter Lady about getting checked for cancer. But this is just the sort of question that you do NOT ask a woman who looks to be at least 30.

    Also, I found the Ted Forth l@@kalike in the background a tad… distracting.

    (Congrats to Uncle Lumpy and all the runners up this week!)

  19. Walker of Dog
    October 19th, 2010 at 1:16 am [Reply]

    10/19 strips:

    GT: One of Gil’s coaching flaws is readily apparent on the blackboard: he has designed a defensive set that requires one linemen to line up in the neutral zone.

    JP: Sam better head out soon if he wants to get to the liquor store before it closes, judging by the time as indicated on Jules’ moondial of a face.

    FC: Jeffy and his dad discover an enjoyable father-son activity: planning a murder.

    MW: With two contradictory assessments of the wedding dress to mull over, it’s a good thing that Adrian has put on her thinking veil.

    S-M: Mary Jane receives effusive praise from a stage-door Johnny, who overlooks the play’s disappointing 3D effects.

  20. Buck Ripsnort
    October 19th, 2010 at 1:23 am [Reply]

    Congrats to the Floaters!

    Zippy: Ah, the 1940′s! Such a peaceful time, what w/ no WAR or anything.

  21. Buck Ripsnort
    October 19th, 2010 at 1:31 am [Reply]

    FW: At last, someone as oblivious as Les! “Why Lisa?” “Because she was my fucking WIFE and she DIED. Isn’t that enough?”
    Instead, he answers, “How old are you?” ?!?
    I hope that leads to something meta like “Are you old enough to remember whose strip this is? No, never mind the title, that’s just some old drunk. Are you old enough to realize that THIS ENTIRE STRIP REVOLVES AROUND MEEEEE, because *I* am the author’s alter ego?”

    DAMN, I hate this strip.

  22. heavylifting
    October 19th, 2010 at 2:13 am [Reply]

    Re the recent Mark Trail series regarding fenced-in hunting —

    Do you suppose Jack Elrod had this in mind?

    http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424052748704518104575546253717892686.html

    [Apologies if this has already been posted]

  23. heavylifting
    October 19th, 2010 at 2:16 am [Reply]

    Of course, St. Les can offer to perform his very own mammogram on reporter lady in Montoni’s basement without fear of consequence because, after all, he is St. Les.

  24. Roman Fingers
    October 19th, 2010 at 2:57 am [Reply]

    @Walker of Dog (#19): Very true, Walker, but this way the Mudlarks only give up five yards per play.

  25. whozitwhatzit
    October 19th, 2010 at 3:27 am [Reply]

    Wow, A3G was super inspiring this week! Hoorays for Uncle Lumpy and the runners up!

  26. Roman Fingers
    October 19th, 2010 at 3:40 am [Reply]

    9CL: (Phone rings) “Seth? Hi, Mark Trail here. I’m just about to wrap up my current adventure, and I’ve got some free time on my hands later this week. Is there anybody you’d like me to punch?”

    A3G: Great. Margo and Lu Ann apparently have a stalker, and she’s planning on moving in. Maybe after stalker lady leaves, they could leave, and get Tommie to wait there, and when stalker lady comes back, Tommie can tell her they’ve moved. It’s a great plan-I’m sure it will work.

    Cranky: VACUUMS DO NOT WORK THAT WAY!

    MW: “Mary? Hi, Mark Trail here…”

    DtM: Today’s strip reminded me of an old Steven Wright line: “I make wine out of raisins. That way, it’s automatically aged”.

    DT: Do any of these cops even notice that there’s like a billion and a half dollars in currency flying around, some of which might be considered evidence? What–Nobody? OK…

    reFOOB: Maybe she should get him that excellent costume from an early SNL episode–”Johnny Human Torch”. It’s a bunch of oily rags and a match. It would make all our lives easier.

    The Funktacular Winkerbean: I used to work in broadcasting, and knew reporters who would make Ted Baxter look like a Rhodes scholar. None of them were that dumb.

    JP: “Neddy’s not ready” Funny, that’s not what all the restroom graffiti in the area would indicate…

    MT: “Don’t listen to him, senator! Ignore the fact that the deer walks right up to Rustina and lets her pet it. It’s lies! All lies!”

    Plug: So in Pluggerville, people take their last names from food items? I guess it makes sense when most of your residents are considered edible.

    RMMD: So, the only person who doesn’t know there’s a leak is the person who leaked it? Excuse me while my head explodes.

    Zits: It’s a nice guitar, Jeremy. Howzabout you get a freakin’ job, and earn the money to buy it?

  27. Zeke
    October 19th, 2010 at 4:07 am [Reply]

    So here’s something it would be cool to see commented on.

    Today’s “Free Range”

    http://c0389161.cdn.cloudfiles.rackspacecloud.com/dyn/str_strip/338245.full.gif

    and today’s “Moderately Confused”

    http://c0389161.cdn.cloudfiles.rackspacecloud.com/dyn/str_strip/339735.full.gif

    are practically the same joke.

  28. Saluki
    October 19th, 2010 at 5:08 am [Reply]

    The line in Dick Tracy is almost a CSI Miami line. In fact just imagine the last couple weeks of Tracy taking place in the opening minute of the TV show. Instead of Dick you have David Caruso. Instead of Chicago at night you have Miami in the daytime.

    Caruso (Dick): “Just follow the money”

    Caruso (Dick) puts on or takes off his sunglasses.

    Cue Roger Daltry screaming.

  29. Saluki
    October 19th, 2010 at 6:08 am [Reply]

    @Walker of Dog (#19):

    Good get. I didn’t even think to look at Gil’s play figuring it would just be some insane mumbo jumbo.

  30. John C Fremont
    October 19th, 2010 at 6:18 am [Reply]

    Man, oh, man, I love that Tommie-fish! Well done!

    Congrats, all!

  31. gleeb
    October 19th, 2010 at 6:44 am [Reply]

    ‘bean: Because you’re going to be a whole lot older before Creepy Les lets you go.

  32. Rocky Stoneaxe
    October 19th, 2010 at 7:30 am [Reply]

    Today’s Dogg — Chiquita Akita*

    Crankshaft… adjusts his leafblower for maximum suckage!

    Gil Thorp — “Missed it by that much!” (Apologies to Don Adams!)

    *Did you know Chiquita Banana’s original character logo was designed by
    DIK BROWNE (Hi & Lois, Hagar the Horrible)?

  33. A New Day
    October 19th, 2010 at 7:33 am [Reply]

    Congrats all! And that is some truly fantastically demented fan art; I’m in awe.

  34. LUJBEM FEJF
    October 19th, 2010 at 7:38 am [Reply]

    @mollificent (#16): Wow! More Harp for you! I’m sure that you were also excited because Ed Dravecky and I were also in the Jumble, but forgot to mention it.

  35. Rocky Stoneaxe
    October 19th, 2010 at 7:58 am [Reply]

    Moose & Molly — More fallout from Ed Crankshaft’s leafblower!

    Spider-Man — I see someone forgot to shave before he left Subterranea… sheesh!

  36. Rusty
    October 19th, 2010 at 8:05 am [Reply]

    Pluggers are old and obsessed with mortality. Oh, and fat.

  37. wossname
    October 19th, 2010 at 8:07 am [Reply]

    Congrats to Uncle Lumpy and all the funny folks on the float! And to Brenda Starr Destroyer for the psychedelic hair extensions.

    DT – Seriously, this strip should never have more than three characters in a scene. Between Brozman’s bizarro drawing and Locher’s disjointed narrative, I’ve completely lost track of who’s who, who’s on which side, who’s a cop and who (if anyone) is a real homeless person. I’ve gone back and looked at the past week’s strips and it doesn’t help.

    MT – Glad to see Rustina has earned the coveted Jackelrodball patch for her uniform, in recognition of her crucial role in Stepfather’s demise.

    MW – Ooh, the tension builds. Will tomorrow be the day that Mary puts Jill in her place with a polite but withering response?

    Phan – Oh puh-LEEZE. It’s not “I might have missed my beloved Diana by not looking in the last cell” – it’s all “I can’t write in the chronicles that I’m as ineffectual as Peter Parker!”

    RMMD – So does Diane just tell Wife-whose-name-I’ve-forgotten everything about Hizzoner? Maybe she’s the leaker. Although I think where we’re headed now is Wifey suddenly realizing that she “accidentally” mentioned it to somebody.

  38. Muffaroo\'s Secret Masters
    October 19th, 2010 at 8:10 am [Reply]

    @[Old Man] Muffaroo (#9):

    The beatings will commence in five minutes.

  39. Rocky Stoneaxe
    October 19th, 2010 at 8:23 am [Reply]

    Does anyone know of a good online source for the Oh, Brother! comic by Bob Weber Jr. & Jay Stephens? (Oh, Brother… where art thou?)

  40. Cloudbuster
    October 19th, 2010 at 8:40 am [Reply]

    MT: Rustina moves with inhuman speed! In the first panel, the three men are distant silhouettes, but in the course of mere seconds of conversation, she is right there next to them. She scares me.

  41. [Old Man] Muffaroo
    October 19th, 2010 at 9:01 am [Reply]

    9 – I think Mark is standing in for us here, and trying to say Edda should put a barrel in her mouth.

    Crock – Some day this damned strip will be telling jokes about laser toasters and zero-g toilets while ostensibly being about the 1980s.

    Dick – Wait. How long has 3-D been naked? Are the floating lottery tickets what he was wearing? And is the female with the toque still the same person as the female wearing a toque who had an entirely different face a couple of days ago?

    Smirky – The question isn’t how old she is. The question is how old will she be when Les finishes answering her imprudent question.

  42. Scott Bot
    October 19th, 2010 at 9:02 am [Reply]

    Archie – Of course, we know what old Arch sees in Veronica. After all, Mr. Lodge can’t live forever…

    FW – Perhaps the reporter is wondering whether why Les couldn’t write about someone that people might actually care about.

    JP – First you get the shoes, then you get the power, then you get the women.

    MW – ‘Less filling!’ ‘Tastes great!’ ‘Less filling!’ ‘Tastes great!’

    Pluggers – But I thought the whole theme of this strip was that Pluggers hate computers and technology. I’m bewildered now.

  43. [Old Man] Muffaroo
    October 19th, 2010 at 9:04 am [Reply]

    Mark – Now taking wagers for what’s more popular today, the speech balloon that clearly points to the deer, or the return of the Jack Elrod button on stepdaughter’s shirt. As for me, I wonder when Zombi’s Mom is going to come back and wreak horrible revenge on the kid for stealing her undead fawn.

    Mary – Should Mary be sitting so close to the anti-Mary? I mean, what if they accidentally touch? They should stay at least three feet apart, like in the first panel (which takes place a half second before the last panel — the couch they’re on must be expanding and contracting like a manic accordion).

    R=R – Don’t worry, little bird. Pasquale will tell Rose, and Rose will probably carry you all the way to South America, on a little pillow she crocheted herself. She has such a soft spot for lame failures who can’t make it without help.

    Spidey – Holy crap! Who ever thought he would emerge from his underground lair, complete with six roses and a list of 281 traitors in the State Department?

    Zippy – I think everybody in Dingburg has probably already spent far too much time burping his seal, if you get my drift.

    @Muffaroo\’s Secret Masters (#38): But I deleted that comment! I… damn. Well, at least I get to chuckle inwardly at your backslash. Where’s the previewxx

  44. queek, source of Cuteness, Kawaii Commando
    October 19th, 2010 at 9:20 am [Reply]

    Candorville: yo, Darren Bell, take Clyde’s advice. This strip has nuggets of quality, but they are submerged all too often in incoherent rambles, asides, and random nonsense. Leave the homeless jokes to Wiley, and take a tip from Frank Cho and just draw Susan for Sundays.

    SB: thank the Maker this didn’t appear in Marmaduke.

    MC: bow-chicka-bow-wow. The Brain Trust is one of my favorite bits about My Cage, and this is perhaps the best one yet.

    9CL: hey, a break from handsex, and right to the BJ jokes!

    Cleats: heeee! nice way to slip in a lawyer joke.

    F-: why, o WHY wasn’t this available for the FOOB-ocalypse ?!?

    MG&G: nope, not gonna go there, too easy.

    6Cx: /headdesk

    Tank: geez, how short of lead time does Hinds work with?!?

    NAoQV: Star Fighter ref, FTW!

  45. queek, source of Cuteness, Kawaii Commando
    October 19th, 2010 at 9:22 am [Reply]

  46. queek, source of Cuteness, Kawaii Commando
    October 19th, 2010 at 9:22 am [Reply]

    oops, forgot one:

    PMP: please tell me this isn’t a “Doc with roofies” joke. please?

  47. 8th Man Fan
    October 19th, 2010 at 9:29 am [Reply]

  48. bourbon babe, unbuckled
    October 19th, 2010 at 9:29 am [Reply]

    MW: “Take me, for example. I hate this shirt! But I know that its rigid buttoned-up tailoring emphasizes my manly strong features, while the kicky grape color lets the world know I’m mostly all woman!”

    A3G: Good thing Margo and Luann didn’t have any kind of, you know, makeover recently; otherwise, the mysterious Madam McFlippybangs would be at a total loss.

    MT: The senator wouldn’t shoot a pet—but he’d blow away a baby deer? Well, thank goodness he has principles.

    SM: Oh no! MJ’s being approached by an unattractive person! Somebody save her!

  49. The Master of the Secret Masters of [Old Man] Muffaroo
    October 19th, 2010 at 9:30 am [Reply]

    @Muffaroo\’s Secret Masters (#38): What! You’ve been beating Muffaroo!

    You’re fired, Bumstead!

  50. bourbon babe, unbuckled
    October 19th, 2010 at 9:31 am [Reply]

    @[Old Man] Muffaroo (#43):

    Should Mary be sitting so close to the anti-Mary? I mean, what if they accidentally touch?

    Wait, are you saying that Mary and Jill are the Eckert and Anti-Eckert?

    Oh, and congrats to the Float-Folk!

  51. Howard
    October 19th, 2010 at 9:43 am [Reply]

    Today’s Beetle Bailey followed Sunday’s no-joke all-obscure-history-all-the-time with… a PSA about driving and texting! At least today got a punchline… sort of… But it’s clear that the newest shocking swerve for Beetle Bailey is… a Funkerization. It’s time at last for Beetle Bailey to be a hard-hitting dramatic comic. After all, if Batiuk can do it, how hard can it be?

    Today’s Blondie also eschews a traditional joke to talk about the state of the economy, and how that’s effecting the power balance between employers and employees, musing on the future of organized labor.

    C’mon! Did somebody declare it Batiuk day and I missed it?

    Speaking of which, today’s Crankshaft is about childish glee and joy in a man with serious anger issues.

    WHAT IS WRONG WITH THIS WORLD I DON’T EVEN AAAAAA

  52. Ed Dravecky
    October 19th, 2010 at 9:44 am [Reply]

    @LUJBEM FEJF (#34): I meant to mention it but yesterday got busy and, uh… I ran out of gas. I had a flat tire. I didn’t have enough money for cab fare. My tux didn’t come back from the cleaners. An old friend came in from out of town. Someone stole my car. There was an earthquake. A terrible flood. Locusts! It wasn’t my fault!

  53. britbike
    October 19th, 2010 at 9:45 am [Reply]

    FW – Les’ next sentence will be something along the lines of — “Lisa was about your age when she was first diagnosed.” All cancer, all the time.

  54. The Grandstander
    October 19th, 2010 at 9:46 am [Reply]

    S4th: Good Ted’s back in the office shmoozing with Aria, and feeling that rush of blood to the man region, something Sally hasn’t given him since Hil’s conception.

  55. Ed Dravecky
    October 19th, 2010 at 10:12 am [Reply]

    Where does a pre-WWI unit of the French Legion get a satellite dish? Why are North African bandits cooking shrimp fried rice? How are they using a plastic satellite dish as a wok? What form of brain damage is reading Crock every day inducing?

    Does the reporter in Funky Winkerbean read Crock every day, too?

    “No, he didn’t!”? Is the stepdaughter in Mark Trail admitting to being a boy? Is “she” really Rusty in a wig, as we’ve long suspected? Based on her obvious deformities and deep love of purple, does s/he grow up to be Jill in Mary Worth?

    No, you’re a damned ghoul if you’ve bookmarked the obituary page of your local newspaper’s website. You’re a Plugger if you have to get your grandchild to bookmark it for you.

  56. Rocky Stoneaxe
    October 19th, 2010 at 10:31 am [Reply]

  57. Rana
    October 19th, 2010 at 11:11 am [Reply]

    @Cloudbuster (#40): It would explain her appearance if she were a space-shifting robot, yes.

  58. mr 12 oz can
    October 19th, 2010 at 6:55 pm [Reply]

    OH GOODY !!!!!

  59. T. Chicana
    October 20th, 2010 at 3:06 pm [Reply]

    FW: Creepy Les, it’s amazing enough that this reporter read your book all the way to the end. You should be thankful, you smirky bearded jackass!

    MW: I can see why Adrian is prime meddle-bait. She can be talked out of her own opinion and then back in again. The confusion on her face is just sad. The only bright spot is that Mary’s gettin’ pissed!

  60. Bob Weber Jr.
    October 25th, 2010 at 6:29 pm [Reply]

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