Sometimes the natural and best reaction is to scream and curse.
When in worry or in doubt,
Run in circles, scream and shout.
You forgot the face diaper Rat!
Good effort, Pig!
Eat your heart out, Edvard Munch!
I would love to hang Rat’s poster in my office!
Remember, a reflection gets it backward!
I think I’ll make a copy of Rat’s poster.
The hopeful and the realistic. I think you need both.
Sometimes Rat’s is very appropriate!
With Pig on this one ! …… 75% mental … 25% physical ! you got to think to want to win ;-) …. Croc Power !
where’s Farrah when you need her……
let it all hang out
Rat’s poster looks like something Ralph Steadman might have done in his (very) early years…
and the fiend in Rat’s poster has orange glop all over his terrorizing face face, how appropriate.
I like the think of these times as a realization of what is important and what is not. I now realize how little was actually important, and how very important a very few things are
Harvey Ball is smiling.
Well you are a rat.
G’Kar (looking at Daffy Duck): “I was studying this image. Is it one of his household gods?”
Zack: “That’s Daf- Yeah. Well, in a way I suppose it is. It’s sort of the Egyptian god of Frustration.”
G’Kar: “Most appropriate! Thank you!”
Things happen. You get to choose how you react. If everything is a crisis and drama, you’re going to have a very difficult life.
Edvard Munch’s painting “The Scream” would be appropriate.
There’s a place for everything.
I like Pig’s poster better.
Can HARDLY wait to see these times in history books: Will it be whitewashed (literally and figuratively) to show Stalwart Americans bearing up under all kinds of hardships, forging ahead and behind. . .or will all its many facets be shown????
Sorry Pig, but I gotta go with Rat’s poster. He’s closer to reality.
Keep calm and carry extra ammo.
Don’t worry, be happy, smoke ganja. Arie Mon.
I have “Deteriorata” framed and on my wall. Helps me get through the day
Rat wins today’s “best poster” contest, hands down! :D
The eternal conflict of art… to reflect life as it is, or suggest a better possibility.
Wasn’t it Lincoln who said something like, “people are about as happy or as sad as they choose to be.”? I tend to think that is true, particularly in times of challenge.
Sometimes the best counter is in the kitchen…
Perhaps. But then why did Rat have that poster up in better times?
Rat has a valid point.
Pig’s poster is sorely out of date. Rat’s is right! Reflect the Bad Times as well as the good (as if any were good)….
I prefer Edvard Munch’s version.
Ok, the original German title is The Scream of Nature.
Yup—that second poster pretty much sums up 2020. Made me laugh.