I draw cartoons. The Buckets. Hubriscomics.
This one is for all the artists of every kind out there, who have to answer the strangest questions.
I have that tattooed on my left cheek.
The earliest version of today’s cartoon had a punchline in the same… general spirit.
This cartoon is me trying to predict weather a month or so in advance. I don’t know about you guys, but it’s not zero here. I missed.
Cooper, or a reasonable facsimile, doesn’t show up until May 13, 2015. There’s an appendix storyline that gets in the way.
sorta kinda did one a few years back. I asked Norm Feuti if I could borrow his store for the backdrop of a few scripts. I think I even had Cooper walk through.
There used to be a quick-mart, a magazine stand, and a gas station around here that refused to take cards for anything. They all went out of business, of course. I set up and do caricatures at various things- as for the fees, it’s worth being able to take credit and debit cards for a $10 caricature just so you don’t lose $200 in business over the course of a day. They’re welcome to their, what, 4 bucks so I can make the rest rather than shrug my shoulders and send them and their cards away.
When my kids got their first jobs, they started bank accounts. I helped. I asked the bank lady about getting checks ordered. The bank lady looked at me like I was an Egyptian mummy asking where they could get goat hide sandals and flint for starting fires. It was the same look I got the last time I ever took the kids to get haircuts and tried to suggest things to the barber. Woooo, that was a baffled, cold look, lady.
Dang it. Where were you when I was writing these? I could have (SHOULD have) used that line. …I still might.
Well, I’m pleased to see my cartoon struck a chord with enough people. Today is my wife (and her twin sister’s) birthday. If you guys think you had stingy family using the proximity of your birthday and Christmas- imagine having someone handing you and your twin one gift that was for BOTH your birthdays and Christmas, all at once. I’m sure they felt they were being frugal.