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  1. DJJG commented on Little Nemo about 1 month ago

    The music is a hilarious, slightly-off-kilter version of “Yankee Doodle,” of all things. The chord in the second measure keeps the B flat and makes it sound a little like Arthur Sullivan. How in the world did McKay get someone to cook that up? Or did he arrange it himself? It is even in that most standard of military band keys, B flat. Just barely goofy! That opening syncopation! What a wizard—he even makes the band look mostly serious but just slightly cartoony too. Some trousers!

  2. DJJG commented on Little Nemo about 1 month ago

    “This makes the fourth week,” she said, breaking the fourth wall!

  3. DJJG commented on Arlo and Janis 3 months ago

    Those at the recording studio were deeply impressed after the recording of “Honey,” but I agree that Jimmy Webb’s “MacArthur Park” takes the cake. It has the purplest prose of any ’60s song, yet manages to remain serious—-and the sweep of the music!

  4. DJJG commented on The Norm Classics 3 months ago

    Yes. The strip is dated May 22, 2000. Charles Schulz died February 12. Michael Jantze had some very touching cartoons on this.

  5. DJJG commented on Arlo and Janis 4 months ago

    And let’s see! A cat on a salmon-colored couch! Even if he is a thespian cat (who bares his true self and actually speaks on occasion), Ludwig surely must be affected—-naah.

  6. DJJG commented on Arlo and Janis 4 months ago

    It seems we rather did get sort of a mother’s day theme—-sort of. That’s what our mothers in our families would do!

  7. DJJG commented on Gasoline Alley 4 months ago

    What gorgeous drawing!

  8. DJJG commented on Skippy 6 months ago


  9. DJJG commented on Eleri Mai Harris Cartoons 7 months ago

    So good to see this cartoon resume!

  10. DJJG commented on Skippy 7 months ago

    That must be it! So, Skippy is saying, in effect: Your Uncle Louie’s joke is so old, I heard it before they put sausages in knickerbockers—that is, in knee pants, knickers, for the ends of sausage casings are rounded like knickerbockers below the knee—which sausages were always put in. Great suggestion! Thanks! I love Percy Crosby’s writing.