That’s an interesting take! That may explain why the mastermind has appeared in 4 panels (yesterday & today), but we’ve yet to see what he looks like.
I liked the illustration of Plato’s Cave in the link I posted yesterday…I especially liked how the illustration shows the parapet, or “roadway,” for the puppeteers. I love it when I learn something new to me, just by reading the comics!
GATURRO: I have down pillows, but they have never quacked (or honked).
REX MORGAN: I foresee a Celestial Event in Rex & June’s future.
JUDGE PARKER: April is heading off to her new mission (whatever it might be).
MARK TRAIL: This strip is quite fun this week; what’s next?!
I learn something every time I watch it! I love it!!
Galimatias (above) is right. It’s called “The Allegory of the Cave.”
GATURRO: O time, thou must untangle this, not I. It is too hard a knot for me t’untie.—Twelfth Night, Act II.
PHANTOM: Will we have to wait until next week for Mrs. Sahara’s rescue?
REX MORGAN: We get a behind-the-scenes look at the “Galexia” scammers.
CRANKSHAFT/LILLIAN: This professional organizer appears to be quite disorganized.
GOOGLE: Google and Mike Collins present a spectacular “to the moon” animation today! Click the “triangle” on the Google.com homepage.
I’m still upset about the puppet.
GATURRO: My translation of the last panel is, “Because I saw her half haughty” (which doesn’t make any sense).
CRANKSHAFT: LOL. I like this story!
MARY WORTH: An argument about history and society on the first date? This is promising!
JUDGE PARKER: It appears that Alan is willing to protect Marie, at any cost.
Alan and Sam (thanks for the correction).
Interesting…there seems to be a lot of controversy about that particular quote, and I confess I am not sure where I found it.
Here are some sites I like that are not user created/user edited.