The Elderberries by Corey Pandolph and Phil Frank and Joe Troise

The Elderberries

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  1. TheDOCTOR....

    TheDOCTOR.... said, over 6 years ago

    Can’t you tell Dusty has 1 of them iFRUITs.

  2. joefish25

    joefish25 said, over 6 years ago

    it’s a macintosh

  3. WallyCuppaJoe

    WallyCuppaJoe said, over 6 years ago

    No it’s an iFRUIT. He bought it used from Jason Fox.

  4. WyattMute

    WyattMute said, over 6 years ago

    OR MAYBE it would take and old man like Dusty 2 trips…..

  5. Avon

    Avon said, over 6 years ago

    I want to know whose is that cord that Dusty is pulling on.

    I was very surprised to learn only recently that many Mac computers have had the “tower” (CPU) inside their monitor housing for quite a few years now. I myself have been annoyed for years by having a separate tower and speakers with wiring to connect it all, yet it was always the way computers were so I never stopped to think that it could be otherwise.

    Doctor and Wally, I practically fell out about the iFruit. I think that showing us Jason Fox’s very serious love affair with that actually very ridiculous machine is a hilarious way for a cartoonist to tweak his own protagonist. The strips I consider great are the ones that operate on multiple levels, for those who can “get” them all, yet entertain nicely at face value also. Those strips are not many.

    What Amend does with wit and sheer smarts, Corey does psychologically, and I love it. Look at how commenters’ minds have been racing recently into what’s up with Ludmilla, even though these are the exact two weeks when she hasn’t been seen once! In his other strips, Toby and Banks are intriguingly ambiguous too.

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