I draw cartoons. The Buckets. Hubriscomics.
Yes, I believe that you have understood the cartoon perfectly well.
I’ve drawn both, too. Given the choice, I’ll draw the two-bladed ones.
Hmmm. That’s interesting. It’s never occurred to me to think of them as ugly, or attractive, or anything. Same with the nuclear plants or dams I occasionally drive past… they’re just ‘there’. Now I’ll need to think about them as ugly or attractive and see what kind of cartoons come from that.
“Turtles All The Way Down!” I love that line.
In the movie TRON: Legacy (yeah, I know.) one of the funniest things said was (more or less) “What’s the difference between our new Operating System and the older versions?” "This year, there’s a “12” on the box."
It’s an honor and a pleasure to serve.
Yeah, I didn’t mean to imply that Sesame Street isn’t good. I was just saying that grownups write it.
More than one person has told me they believe that politicians make promises they intend to keep, but when elected, they’re visited by the secret powerful people that know how things really work- and the politicians discover that their promises can’t be fulfilled. What I wanna know is, why couldn’t it work exactly like that except without the ’secret powerful people who know how things really work"? Same outcome.
It takes about 2 seconds to read the average comic strip. So if you get a week’s worth of strips in sequence, there’s about 14 seconds covered over the span of six or seven days. It’s very similar to Soap Opera time, I guess.
I imagine it’ll be like the Laura Ingalls Wilder books and the Tolkien books. They’ll wax and wane and wax again over the years.