Better tiptoe extra carefully through those tulips.
Stop horsing around.
Copse and Robbers.
War of the Tulips.
Re: Softball. Just when you thought nuns with rulers were intimidating.
This strip is too crazy for me.
Love the “Men at Work” commentary.
Is this a joke about Women’s Liberation I don’t get?
Those are mighty small cannons. Big cannons “kaboom”.
Having played against nuns on athletic fields, I can attest to their intimidating nature. One nun swung at a pitch, which would have been strike three, but she told the pitcher, “No, that was just a practice swing.” The boy who was pitching didn’t say a thing - just got the ball and tossed it in again.
Dear FA/FB fans (and other assorted nerds, geeks, and Unitarians):
I ask you: where else in the comics cosmos could you find a comics-related blog containing the phrase “… was ultimately subversive of the status quo.”? Now THAT’S some mighty fine word-putting-togethering (questionable disjunct placement notwithstanding).
Peace not War.
That nun on the right looks like she has a beard and mustache.
this was only the beginning. Drunk with power after defeating the trampling guy on horseback, they turned their greedy eyes on the lawn, that has always been a large in number and size but weak and succumbing to cuts every couple of weeks. With their superior firepower, the mighty flowerbed could bring that lawn to their knees, begging for mercy. today the lawn, tomorrow the whole neighborhood
bya ha haa!
those nuns honed their ball pounding skills while whacking on unruly seventh graders skulls and hands with thick wooden yardsticks
My frog applause flows, and it is finger licken good!
It is not exactly correct that Stepin Fetchit was the first black actor to receive a screen credit. That honor would go to Bert Williams, in Natural Born Gambler, 1917.
Still a funny film.
Blog: Full list of instruction on how to care for your baby:
He certainly looks like one of them Tulip Rustlers!
barticle35, Noble Johnson received screen credits as well, years before Stepin Fetchit. (This would be in movies produced by the major, white-run Hollywood studious. There were also production companies owned and run by blacks; Johnson owned one called [I think] Lincoln Productions.)
Re the Blog :
That lady is holding the broom incorrectly - it’s VERY difficult to sweep that way…maybe she’s from Tulsa?
Here’s a link to the “Our Gang” episode “A Tough Winter” with Stepin Fetchit.
You know, the one with the taffy pull.
(No sound during the beginning credits.)
love the iron with pencil stubs, so dada