This kind of went all over the place.
Bob Ross is mentioned in this strip today and also in “Breaking Cat News”….what’s up with that?
Satchel is a lot brighter than he let’s on.
That’s what a catnip addiction will do to you.
Satch has Bucky down pat!
Every time Bucky looks down he is reminded of Rob Wilco’s “past injustices and crimes against felinity.”
The rage of the Pink One will be coming ! True words from Satchel concerning the list. Is the date stamp stuck on 2007 ? It was 2007 all of last year :-o
BE the List!
Satchel just made the list!https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C_cS0jg76Mg
Bucky could be a good assistant for Gallagher smashing watermelons.
This is the second strip I’ve seen today with a Bob Ross reference. There was one on Breaking Cat News.
Another good one!
I see a trip to the vet,Bucky.Been probed lately ;)
Well said, Satch!
The new cable boxes don’t have buttons or an infrared sensor for the remote. Which is why I finally cut the cable, because I could no longer use my computer to change channels and record shows. I went to Youtube TV, which has every channel I watch (except for Comedy Channel), has unlimited free DVR space and all the local channels, and most importantly costs half as much as I was paying. Good riddance cable. I won’t be missing you.
Bucky is flirting with the undertaker !!!!! lol
Satchel just needs to visit the “Breaking Cat News” household. Bob Ross is on their TV today.
I don’t think I can handle two Bob Ross cartoons in one day (see Breaking Cat News).
Don’t worry, Satchel. Today you can go watch Bob Ross over on Breaking Cat News.
Satchel definitely got his last comment right.
I watched William Alexander on PBS. I can still hear him say “You are the almighty creator”.
Breaking Cat News is also Bob Ross themed today. Is this a catspriacy?
Weird. Second reference to Bob Ross I’ve seen in today’s comics, the other being in Breaking Cat News.
4sure! Last summer, I just “decided” that I’d give painting a try=> inspired by some random coffee stains on my table, I let my mind go & let my hands swirl & splash the paint where “it” wanted 2go, thus creating a small series of abstracts a la Jackson Pollock, “Nebulous” I-IV. While I’m happy with how they looked in the end, it was the doing of it, being in those moments, ie the journey that was the exciting, enriching part of the experience. Excelsior!