I draw cartoons. The Buckets. Hubriscomics.
Well, that would hardly have been civilized behavior on the bears’ part. I believe what happened was that they filed a complaint with the Homeowners Association in their subdivision, and a motion was made to have a fence and automatic gate installed. Of course, that would take years, and in the meantime, The Goldilocks gang (she and a few cousins- “Red” riding hood, Jack Sprat, and some others) kept breaking into bears’ homes and lowered the property values until the neighborhood tanked. It’s now all rentals, and looking pretty sketchy.
Around here, Tops is a barbecue restaurant. I guess they’re a grocery store where you are?
Maybe I don’t crockpot right, but when I was shown crockpot liners, and suddenly you can lift out and pour the last little bit of stew or whatever out into the container, and there’s virtually no cleanup at all, not even where the little hairline crack used to let stuff seep past the crockery part…. oh, yeah. Crockpot liners.
Are you sure you “fell”? My wife still remembers how her father taught the kids to “Swim”, by tossing them in the lake unexpectedly.
But what if what it IS looks like what it ISN’T!?
Thanks, James! Of course, you have years of experience with my particular weird sense of writing cartoons.
Really? No one’s gonna compliment me on ending a ‘vegan meat’ cartoon with the phrase “neither one or the other”?
Sigh. I do work so hard for you. Some days, I worry that you don’t read all the way to the last panel.
So much of that back-and-forth discord isn’t research and new facts coming to light so much as The Demand For New Content that so many outlets have. The old-style equivalent is the “Men’s Health”, “Men’s Journal” and “Men’s Fitness” (and allllll the others) magazines that used to clog up magazine shelves. Every issue would have some variation on “Get Ripped Abs Fast”, but the articles had to always say that something was new, or discovered, or optimized, or changed… otherwise you could just buy one magazine and be done for the rest of your life.
That’s the spirit!
Big hand, today, for Frank the colorist! Big hand, everyone! He solved an insane problem of coloring in a creative and effective way.