I think Pastis has a spiritual background somewhere. The name of this comic is a direct quote from something Jesus said.
I think you had an extra letter “m.” In my experience, it’s been “any,” not “many.”
I give up. Bye, bye, GA. These buffoons and the cat commercials. I’m just going to go to Amazon, take out some of my savings, and buy some old comics collections. It hurts even coming here now.
It took you a whole year to come up with that rejoinder? Wow!
I’ll say it again. Enjoy your comics, but leave our Jesus alone.
“The Church of Good Intent,” it says. I know what road is paved by that. I think I’ll just visit with the Lutherans down the street this week.
It’s like eating ribs — every so often you get a piece of good meat. So nice to get at least one day free of buffoonery and cat food commercials. For a fleeting second, we even get to see Walt.
The point of this whole era of comics is an experiment. It was to see how many people could be persuaded to actually miss the Bender days, and call them the “good old days.” You know, when at least the art work was good. Things happened slooooooooow, but they were not disjointed, and things actually did happen…
I can’t figure out if the radio or the newspaper is “fake news.”
I came here, resolved that if the Sunday strip had cat food commercials or buffoons, I was, tearfully, going to remove it from my queue. I will wait now, though I don’t even bother with the daily any more.
Today’s strip wasn’t even that good, but I am relieved to see that Scanarelli can still draw Walt and Skeezix. I thought he had forgotten how.
I have a flip phone. If it’s good enough for Leroy Jethro Gibbs and James T. Kirk, it’s good enough for me.