Goat: Hey, Pig... What's with all the books? Pig: I bought 'em... Knowledge is power. Goat: You have to read them. Pig: There's always a catch.
Bring the crocs back for a story line.
Less expensive overall to smash a fly with a book than a Kindle, and just as satisfying.
Roy: Disagree. Rat and Pig are why I read this strip. I can count the number of croc strips that have ever made me laugh on one hand.
Mark Twain: The man who does not read has no advantage over the man who cannot read.
Read them? Eat them.
I think anyone who’s hesitant about reading should start with Ray Bradbury’s Fahrenheit 451.
Fret not, sweet Pig, there’s a shortcut to get you back up on that pinnacle of power. That’s why they’re called Cliffs Notes.
Or he could use a step-ladder.
The longest journey starts with the first step.
Reading is fun! But it does require a brain, so I’m not sure Pig will ever conquer that mountain….
The longest journey starts with a cold beer.
If little knowledge is dangerous, what is none at all?
all of the characters in this strip are funny, in their own way, because Mr. Pastis is just a funny guy.
‘’Scary Gary by Mark Buford’’ is just as funny as Pearls, if not more ;). Give it a try
I love this strip, but the less Crocs the better for me.
Sign in a college dorm:
Knowledge is powerPower corruptsStudy hardBe evil
Just hide the books, after the revolution, you will be the most powerful person.
Pig is the King of the Castle!
Don’t worry, Pig… I’m sure you’ll turn into a total bookworm after 2 or 3 books.
If you want “power” from books, set them on fire. (To the extent that power = energy.)
funny. But to the one handed fella, How many strips have made you laugh on both hands?
I like Guard Duck and his cat………. Mr. Snuffles, I think?
Tucson Festival of booksTucson AZ 3-10-13Stephan PastisFear, Intrigue, & Humor: Engaging Kids as ReadersPanel / Sun 1:00 PM – 02:00 PMEducation Building – Kiva AuditoriumPearls Freaks OutSolo Presentation / Sun 4:00 PM – 05:00 PMArizona Daily Star Pavilion – UA Mall
I never learned to read writing, but I can write reading.
Knowledge is Power. K = P
Time is Money. T = M
Power is Work per unit Time. P = W / T
.’. K = W / T
.’. K = W / M
.’. M = W / K
For the same amount of work, the less you know, the more money you make.This explains the pay structure of most corporations.
Drabble has been reading a lot lately. But his new found knowledge has cursed him.
PIG HAS POWER!… annnnnd there it goes